Super Fun 21
Super Fun 21 is a Card Game, a variation of Black Jack Super Fun 21 is a copyrighted game found in Las Vegas casinos. Super Fun 21 is a variant of blackjack that incorporates a number of liberal rules and bonuses not found in a normal blackjack game. As with blackjack the object of the game is to beat the dealer hand by getting as close to 21 without busting. The game is played with normal blackjack rules, with the following exceptions:
Rules for playing Super Fun 21
When its players appropriate turn and based on the cards you hold and the one visible from the dealer’s hand, Player can do the following by left clicking on the appropriate button:
Hit – Requests another card. Player can request a hit provided that he do not bust, have 21, reach 6 cards or have double downed.
Stand: Requests that player receive no more cards. The hand as it currently stands will be judged against the dealers.
Split: If player have a pair, a Split button will appear. This option will only be active immediately after he receive his first two cards. Player can split his cards into two hands and play each hand separately. Players original bet will be duplicated for the new hand. Each hand will be played out as usual.
Player can split up to 2 times 3 hands max. A white box displaying players card total will appear over each hand indicating which hand is active. Split Aces are allowed and treated as if they are any other pair, player is allowed to hit, double down or play. Just like if it was a pair of 8’s. Any winning 21 obtained after splitting a pair is paid 1-to-1.
If player selects this option, three things will happen:
You may double down once at anytime on any number of cards. Hit after double down is not allowed, and one card is automatically dealt.
This is allowed when the dealer does not have blackjack player may surrender one-half of total bet at the time as long as he do not have 21 or they have busted. Surrender is available all of the time to the player on any number of cards.
Whenever the dealer’s up card is an Ace, the player has the option of taking insurance for half the amount of the bet.
If player like insurance, he can click on the “Insurance” button. If he do not wish to take insurance, he can click on the “Pass” button to proceed with the rest of the hand.
When player buy insurance, player can effectively betting on the fact that the dealer’s down card is a ten or face card, i.e. a natural blackjack.
If the dealer does have a 10 ranking card, the player is immediately paid 2-to-1 on the insurance bet, but the original wager is lost unless the player too has a blackjack and pushes with the dealer. If the dealer does not have a natural blackjack, the rest of the hand is played out as usual, and player loses his insurance money.
$2 minimum initial ante
$1000 maximum bet.
$1 Bonus Side-bet fixed bet.
Player may also set his table bet limit below the maximum specified limit by selecting Bet Options from the Game Menu. The Modify Table Bet Limit window will appear on he screen. To reduce his maximum table bet limit player can type in the new limit in the appropriate box. Then he have to Click on the OK button to complete the update.
Player must be aware that he can modify his table bet limit no more than once per week (Friday 12:00 AM EST) and that using the Modify Table Bet Limit function affects the bet limit for all games and not just the game that player is currently playing.
Suits of the cards have no meaning in the game. With one exception if player have Blackjack in diamonds it plays 2-1. Cards 2 through 10 are the face value, Jacks, Queens and Kings are all valued at 10. Aces can count as either 1 or 11
Ranking of Hands:
Numeric Keyboard Shortcuts:
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