Spanish 21 is a variation of the popular card game blackjack. It is played with a standard 52-card deck, but all of the 10s are removed. The game is played with the same basic rules as blackjack, but with some additional bonuses and payouts. The main difference between Spanish 21 and blackjack is that players can double down on any number of cards and can also surrender after doubling down. Additionally, players can split up to four hands and can also receive bonus payouts for certain hands.
How to Play Spanish 21?
1. Start by placing your bet.
2. The dealer will then deal two cards to each player and two cards to themselves. One of the dealer’s cards will be face up and the other will be face down.
3. Players can then choose to hit, stand, double down, split, or surrender.
4. After all players have made their decisions, the dealer will reveal their face down card and hit until they reach 17 or higher.
5. If the dealer busts, all players who have not already busted will win.
6. If the dealer does not bust, the player’s hands will be compared to the dealer’s hand. The player with the highest hand will win.
7. If the player and the dealer have the same hand, the player will push and their bet will be returned.