(Mr Casino Games®) Common-Hand Blackjack® (First Single-Hand Unlimited-Players and Player's-Choice Blackjack. Invented ©2006.)Common-Hand Blackjack® The New Way to Deal and Play Blackjack
The Game is significantly faster with One Common-Hand is dealt which all Players share. Each making his own play decisions.
No card will be drawn until all Players have made their play decisions.Rules
One split only. No card will be drawn until all Players have made their play decisions. Video PresentationPlaying Procedures
Step 1. All Players make their bets.
Step 2. A Common-Hand of two cards is dealt face up and one card is dealt face up to the Dealer.
Step 3. Each Player makes a play decision to draw a card, to double down or to stand.
If the Player elects to draw a card or double down go to Step 4.
If the Player elects to stand go to Step 5.
Step 4. Once every Player has made his play decision a third card is dealt face up and will belong to those Players who have elected to draw a card or double down.
Players who has double down go to Step 5.
If the hand value is below 21 after the third card is exposed, any Player may stand or request a fourth card.
The same procedure as in Step 3 (no double down) is followed until all Players stand or bust.
Step 5. When the Player stands the value of the hand is recorded on the Blackjack Grid (as illustrated)
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Step 6. When all Players' play decisions have been executed. The Dealer will burn a card and draws to his hand in the normal way.What to do with Splittable-Pairs?
(using Stephen’s Split-Pairs concept.)
The following Table sets out the Split-Pair Options and Consequences (using Stephen’s Split-Pairs)
In the case of split Aces the Common-Hand is complete once the second card is dealt to each Ace.
1 Splittable pair is dealt as the Common-Hand
All decide not to split: One non-split hand of two cards (See Fig 1) is played and the hand will be played to completion.
2 Splittable pair is dealt as the Common-Hand
All decide to split: Two split hands of one card each (See Fig 2) are played to completion. The original hand no longer exists.
3. Splittable pair is dealt as the Common-Hand
Some split – Some don't split: Three Common-Hands are played; one non-split hand of two cards and two split hands of one card each (See Fig 3).
Non-split Hand (See Fig 1) is played and completed before dealing with the two new hands created by the split cards (See Fig 2).
Last edited by: MrCasinoGames on Nov 15, 2017
Stephen Au-Yeung (Casino Hold'em®) NewTableGames.com