In many respects, Double Deck Bovada Double Deck blackjack is similar to other versions of the game. The main difference is that only two 52-card decks are used. The game is available in some casinos in both single player and multi-player versions. On single player tables, you can play a maximum of five betting positions. Multi-player mode provides more of a ‘social’ experience with many top-rated casinos offering chat while you play.
Bovada Double Deck blackjack Basic Rules and Betting Limits
The object of Double Deck Bovada Double Deck blackjack is straightforward. Just get closer to 21 than the dealer, without going over. Card Values
Aces count as either 1 or 11.
Kings, Queens and Jacks count as 10.
Number cards 2-10 retain their face value.
The different suits are irrelevant.
If the cards drawn add up to more than 21’ you are ‘bust’ regardless of what the dealer has. If the dealer is bust you win the hand. Betting limits do vary but most casinos offer both high and low stakes games, which make the Double Deck Bovada Double Deck blackjack online game ideal for both the beginner and the more experienced player. Some Double Deck Bovada Double Deck blackjack casinos will also offer VIP tables where, for the top rank players, the betting limits are higher. There may also be other ‘perks’ for those taking a seat at a VIP table.
How to Play Double Deck Bovada Double Deck Blackjack
Other than this version of Bovada Double Deck blackjack is played with only two decks of cards, the rules are very similar to classic Bovada Double Deck Blackjack. However, they may vary between casinos because of house rules and the type of software used. To receive your cards you first have to place your bet. The dealer then deals two face-up cards to each player. The dealer takes one face-up card, the second (hole card) is placed face down under the up card. At this stage, the players make the decision about how they want to proceed in the game. They can Hit or Stand or use one of the permitted strategies. The cards are shuffled at the start of each new hand.
Dealers do not receive a hole card or peek for Bovada Double Deck Blackjack.
Dealer hits on a soft 17 hand.
A hard hand is one that does not include an ace. A soft hand does contain an ace.
Types of Bets Which can be Placed in Double Deck Bovada Double Deck blackjackSplit – If the first two cards are of equal value e.g. eight-eight or two-two to create two hands for another wager of the same amount. Split aces draw only one card – no re-splitting of aces. A split ace and a card valued at 10 points do not make a Bovada Double Deck Blackjack.
Double Down – available on any two-card hand if they total 9, 10 or 11 and receive one additional card, after which you must stand. No double down after split.
Insurance – if the dealer’s face up card is an ace, insurance is an option available to you if you believe the dealer might have Bovada Double Deck Blackjack.
Push – when the total of both the dealer and player’s hands are the same nobody wins and the house returns the stakes.
Surrender – this bet is not usually available on Double Deck Bovada Double Deck Blackjack. The types of bet available may vary from casino to casino.Play now