Card Counting - A technique used by some players to track the deck of cards and control their wagers. Counting cards tracks the number of 10 value cards (10, J, Q, K) and Aces remaining in the deck. If the count is in the houses favour (fewer 10's remaining) the player lowers their wager, if the count is in the players favour (more 10's remaining) the player increases their wager as there is a greater chance of getting a Blackjack.

Progressive Blackjack

Progressive Jackpot Blackjack is a unique twist on Blackjack that uses European Rules. Not only can you play Blackjack but you can also place a $1 side bet in an attempt to win the Progressive Jackpot which as of the writing of this article is sitting at almost $150,000.
The Dealer must stand on all 17s and hit on 16. Splitting Aces is allowed but only one card is received after the split, re-splitting is not allowed. Insurance is available when the dealers up card is an Ace. If the hand is split after insurance is purchased the hand is no longer covered and when doubling down only the original wager is covered.
The dealer does not peek for Blackjack if an Ace or Face card(including 10s) is showing.

Payout table
Winning hand pay 1 to 1
Insurance pays 2 to 1
Blackjack pays 3 to 2
Push Hands - original wager returned

Progressive Blackjack Payout
4 aces, same suit: 100% of Pot
4 aces, any suit: 10% of Pot
3 aces, same suit: $2500
3 aces, any suit: $250
2 aces, same suit: $50
2 aces, any suit: $25

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