Atlantic City Blackjack: Something good outta Jersey

Atlantic City Blackjack is a variation on traditional blackjack with a few different rules, especially regarding splits and surrenders.
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Atlantic city - blackjack gold series

Atlantic City Blackjack, in Microgaming's Gold Series of games, is a pretty standard take on the traditional game of "21" or blackjack. Rules to remember include: -- Dealer stands on 17 -- Dealer checks for blackjack on aces, face cards and 10s -- a Surrender option pays 2:1; players may only surrender if dealer shows a 10 or face card. -- Three splits are allowed for max four hands -- A 10 or face card plus spilt ace is worth 21 but not blackjack -- Aces may only be split once.

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Multi-hand Atlantic City Blackjack Gold is typically played with eight standard decks of playing cards -- no jokers -- shuffled before every online game. The goal is to top the dealer's hand by getting a hand of higher value of 21 or less or by watching the dealer's hand bust.

It's a bit of a change from the regular game but not nearly completely different: The Atlantic City Blackjack Gold Series.
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