Double Exposure is a variation of blackjack in which both of the dealer's cards are played face-up or "exposed." You can learn to play in just a few minutes and enjoy one of the casinos more popular other games.
Most of the standard rules for casino blackjack are employed. There are a few changes that compensate for the player's ability to see both of the dealer's cards.Important Changes
- Dealer's cards are exposed
- Dealer wins all ties expect on blackjack
- Player blackjack pays even money
- Player may split a pair only once
With the above rules, the house edge is just over 1%. However, to achieve the lowest edge, a player needs to vary their basic"> from that employed on a standard table.
Most likely the player will be allowed to double down on only 9, 10 and 11. Changes that help the player are:
- Player may split any two cards
- Player may double after split
- Player may split more than once
- Dealer stands on soft 17
- Tied blackjack is win for player
Because the player loses on a tie, the most important change is to hit anytime the dealer has 17-21 and you have a tie or less. You must beat the dealer to win, otherwise you lose.