---------Multi-Action Blackjack Rules
1. Multi-Action Blackjack may be played only on tables displaying the
Multi-Action Blackjack layout. In addition to any special markings utilized
by the game, the inscriptions required by regulation 47.1-803 shall appear
on the cloth covering the blackjack table.
2. A player may wager on any one, two, or three hands. Bets do not have
to be equal. The initial bet on each hand played may not exceed one
hundred dollars. Wagers on all hands to be played must be placed before
3. Cards are dealt to all players and all player hands are played out during
the first hand or round of play. However, wins and losses are determined,
losing wagers are collected, and winning wagers are paid off only at the
end of the actual hand of play for which a wager has been placed. Each
hand is a separate wager and cannot be combined with other hands.
4. If a player does not have a wager on the second or third hand, the
player’s cards are to be discarded at the end of the first hand. If a player
does not have a wager on the third hand, the player’s cards are to be
discarded at the end of the second hand.
5. The dealer takes an up card on the first round of dealing, and does not
take a hole card on the second or third round. The dealer will use this
same up card in consecutive dealer hands, after players have acted on
6. When a player hits and breaks his hand, the hand is closed and the
dealer picks up the wager on bet #1 only. The dealer then completes his
hand in turn for bet #1. The dealer then slides his up card to spot #2. The
dealer picks up all the wagers on broken hands for spot #2. The dealer
then completes his hand on #2. The dealer moves the up card over to spot
#3, and picks up all broken hand wagers for spot #3, and then picks up
all closed hands and puts the cards in the discard rack. The dealer then
completes his hand on #3.
7. If a player wishes to split cards of same value, the player must match his
wager on each and all wagers played.
8. A player may double down on any one or more of all wagers played.
9. When a player has a blackjack and the dealer has either an Ace or 10,
each wager for the hand and each insurance wager, if applicable, must be
acted upon individually depending on the outcome of the dealer’s cards
10. When a player splits pairs and the dealer has either an Ace or 10, and
the player breaks on either hand, the hand is to be closed but the wagers
left until the dealer hits out each of the dealer’s hands. When the dealer
makes a blackjack, the dealer shall take only the original wager on
11. Dealer tips offered as bets may be placed above any one or more of all