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Vegas Strip Single Deck Blackjack

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How to play Vegas Strip Single Deck Blackjack

Vegas Strip Single Deck Blackjack, as you may have surmised, is a blackjack game that uses a single deck of cards. The game is also played with a single hand against the dealer and the fact one deck of used means tactics on this game are far easier to employ. Play smart and this is one blackjack game where skill comes into its own.

How to play Vegas Strip Single Deck Blackjack

Games begin by choosing a stake from the chips at the bottom of the screen. You can choose any, or even a combination, of these betting chips up to the value of $15 (assuming you have the funds). You can then begin playing by pressing the deal button.

Two cards will be dealt to both you and the dealer. The difference being is the dealers hand only has one card overturned because you play the game first. You will need to decide whether to hit or stand (take one more card or keep what you have) to gain a total as close to 21 as possible. The two main things to consider here is that going over (known as going bust) or gaining a lower hand than the dealer loses the game. A draw is also no good, except you'll be given the stake back if this happens.

A help menu gives a short description of the workings of Vegas Strip Single Deck Blackjack, but as with most blackjack games it is very easy to learn.

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    wscalley

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    Despite the game being called 'Vegas Strip Blackjack', the rules used here are not the common liberal vegas strip rules, probably because this is a single deck blackjack game. Single deck is becoming very rare even online with shuffling after every hand, and is almost extinct in land based casinos except in the very high limit rooms - I doubt many counters are welcome to play either. Luckily though anybody can play an online game - though this really isn't the best version of RNG blackjack around, so its debatable whether you would want to.

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