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Blackjack Surrender

Blackjack Surrender is not a very well known form of the game, it is slightly different from the standard game of blackjack in which players are given the opportunity to surrender or give in. This means that they can fold and lose half of their initial bet. The aim is to make up a hand that consists of a count of 21. Blackjack Surrender can be played with any number of decks but in the most common case it is played with four decks. You can split cards and may make a total of three hands by doing so. You cannot re-split Aces and only one card will be dealt to split Aces. Split Aces that have been split and get dealt a Ten valued card will be classed as a 21 hand and not a Blackjack hand. You can Double Down on any two cards, in the game of Blackjack Surrender you may also double down after splitting cards.

The Dealer will always hit a soft 17 hand. The Dealer will be checking for Blackjack when he is holding a Ten or an Ace. If he has, then he will reveal his hand and the game will be brought to its conclusion. A Blackjack hand pays 3:2, and a winning Insurance bet pays 2:1. Payouts equal up to 99.66%

Blackjack surrender doesn`t offer any bonuses or a progressive jackpot.

Even though the surrender option is offered you should only use it when the correct strategy calls for it to be used, by surrendering at the wrong time you will put yourself at a disadvantage.

Having less than 1% house edge, Blackjack Surrender is a very beneficial game for the player. However, you can take down the house edge that low only if you strictly follow the basic strategy. 

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