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Double Xposure Black Jack Professional Seires

Double Exposure Blackjack

Double Xposure is a version of Blackjack where the dealers cards are dealt face up and visible to you.

This full name of this game is Double Xposure Blackjack Professional Series. This game has beautiful and elegant high quality graphics that really gives a realistic experience while adding a unique take on the classic table game.

One of the features that we love about this game is nothing less than the background Jazz music that made us turn up the volume and enjoy this game for hours.

Considering that you can see both of dealer's cards right away, it gives more room for exploring your strategies. In this game the dealer wins on all ties but not on Blackjack and the game features even money payouts on all player wins. You can play up to 3 hands simultaneously which suited us perfectly as we like to play 2 hands simultaneously. Another small thing we liked is that you can adjust the speed of the game in the settings. Default speed is 5 and it can be adjusted between 1 and 9. We tried them all and ended back up on the default speed of 5.

Double Exposure is available in three versions: low limit, standard, and a high limit that caters to high rollers.

Type:
Table game, Blackjack with 6 decks
Features:
Low stakes, Standard, High Stakes
Bonus Game:
No
Maximum Win:
1,500 Euros in one round
Jackpot:
No
Online:
Yes
Released:
November 2009
Game Provider:
Net Entertainment
Topics:
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Double Exposure Blackjack - Official Game Rules & Playing Information - click to view - click to close

Double Exposure Blackjack Professional Series is a blackjack game where both dealer cards are dealt face up.

  • The game is played with 6 regular decks, shuffled before each game round.
  • Number cards (2-10) count as face value, aces count as either 1 or 11, and kings, queens, and jacks count as 10.
  • The dealer must stand on 17 or higher, and draw cards to 16.
  • A hand wins if its value is closer to 21 than the dealer's hand.
  • A hand automatically stands when the total card value is 21.
  • Player hands of 22 or higher (busted) lose regardless of the dealer's hand.
  • If the dealer has a higher hand (but not busted), the player loses.
  • If the first two cards (excluding split cards) total 21, you have Blackjack.
  • Blackjack always beats any other hand with a value of 21.
  • The dealer wins on all ties except for tied Blackjack.
  • All wins pay 1:1.

Double Down

  • You can double down if your initial cards total a hard 9, 10, or 11.
  • A Hard hand is a hand without an ace, or a hand with an ace that can only have a value of 1.
  • The double down bet is equal to the initial bet.
  • After doubling, you are dealt one extra card and then your hand automatically stands.
  • You may also double after a split.

Splitting

  • You can split the first two cards if they have the same value.
  • Splitting doubles your initial bet, and you play both hands, one after the other.
  • After splitting aces you will receive only one additional card for each split hand.
  • For all split hands except split aces, you can hit multiple times.
  • In a split hand, an ace and a card with a value of 10 will be counted as 21 and not Blackjack.

How to Play

  • The object of the game is to get a hand closer to 21 than the dealer.
  • The MIN/MAX sign indicates the minimum and maximum for an initial bet.
  • To view the Paytable, move the pointer over the MIN/MAX sign.
  • To make a bet, select a chip and click in one of the boxes.
  • If there are arrows to the left and right of the chips, click these to see additional chip values.
  • You can play one, two, or three hands at the start of each game round.
  • Every click in a box adds one chip of the selected value to the bet.
  • To remove a bet, select the delete chip and then click in the box.
  • To start a game round, click Deal.
  • 2 cards are dealt to you in each box face up, and two cards to the dealer also face up.
  • Click Hit to receive an additional card.
  • Click Stand to receive no extra cards.
  • Click Split to split the cards.
  • Click Double to automatically double your initial bet.
  • Once your hand stands, the result is presented.
  • To place the same bet as the previous round, click Rebet.
  • To place a new bet, click New Bet.

Game Setting Options

  • To access game settings, click the spanner icon in the game panel.
  • Audio. Turn on or off all sounds.
  • Sound effects. Turn on or off sound effects played for events.
  • Background music. Turn on or off the background soundtrack.
  • Speed. Increase or decrease game speed.
  • Game history. Click to view your latest game history.
  • Note: Some casinos may operate without all of the listed game settings.

Return to Player

  • The theoretical return to player for this game is 99.36%

Additional Information

  • The following game features and settings may be subject to the terms and conditions of the gaming site. For more information on the following, refer to the gaming website:
    • The procedures used to manage unfinished game rounds.
    • The time after which inactive game sessions automatically end.
  • In the event of malfunction of the gaming hardware/software, all affected game bets and payouts are rendered void and all affected bets refunded.

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