House Money

House Money is an optional side bet for blackjack. The object is to get one of the following two-card starting hands:
Ace-King Suited, Straight Flush, Pair, or Straight

If you start with one of these hands, you may take down your winnings or you may add them to your standard blackjack wager, letting you play wih House Money!


You must make a standard blackjack wager. You may also make the House Money wager for any amount within the posted limits. You will then get your first two cards


The House Money bet wins if your first two cards are:
Ace-King Suited, Straight Flush, Pair, or Straight See layout for odds


If your House Money bet wins, you may collect the proceeds (winnings and original bet) or add them to your standard blackjack wager. You may add a portion of the proceeds; you don’t have to add it all.

Note: Do not touch the chips while they are in action. The dealer will move them for you.

The only time you don’t have the choice is if the dealer has blackjack. Then you must collect the proceeds.


If on the first two cards, the Player feels they can win with only one more card, they may double their bet. Remember, they get only one more card.

An option the Player has with two original cards of the same numeric value (4s, 8s, etc). They can split the two cards and play each hand individually. They must bet the same amount as their original wager on the split hand. They may also ?double down? on the first two cards of each hand after the split, except when splitting aces. The Player can split up to three times to make four hands.

If the Dealer's "up card" is an Ace, the Player can take insurance. They're betting that the Dealer has a ten-value card in the "hole," making Blackjack. The Player can bet one half of their original wager. A winning insurance bet pays 2 to 1.

A tie between the Player and the Dealer. Neither hand wins.

Non-verbal communication between the Player and the Dealer to indicate "hit" or "stand." Ask the Dealer for the proper signals.
These simple key rules will help you play:
1. If your total is closer to 21 than the Dealer's, you win.
2. If you "hit" and your total is more than 21, you lose.
3. If you and the Dealer have the same total, it is a tie.
Don't hesitate to ask your friendly Dealer if you have questions.



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