It's the same game you know and love. And more.
Bet 'em All Blackjack is just so simple. Simply enjoy blackjack play the same way you always have -- no new rules or sneaky payout changes. Then, when the moment strikes you, place a bet on another player's hand. That's all there is to it.
When that starts working for you, try adding a bet to multiple players' hands. The excitement and possibilities just unfold from there.
And, our patented Bet 'em All wager placement system makes it so easy. Just place your bet on the on the number on the blue ribbon which represents the other player's spot. Leave it to the dealer to handle the rest while you focus on your blackjack decisions.
Bet 'em All Blackjack Rack Cards
Before the commencement of a round of play, any player who has placed a wager on their own betting spot may also place additional wagers on the outcome of any of the other player's hands at the table.
The following two step process will take place for each Bet 'em All wager:
1. To place a wager on another player's hand, the player will use the initial Bet 'em All placement line in their own betting area and place their wager on the number which corresponds to the player's spot number upon which they wish to wager.
2. The dealer will then move the wager from the initial Bet 'em All placement line and place that wager on the final Bet 'em All placement line in the betting area of the spot number indicated initially. For clarity of ownership, the wager will be placed in the numbered position on the final Bet 'em All placement line which corresponds with the spot number of the owner of the wager .
For Example and as per the above rack card diagram :
1. If a player seated on Spot 5 wishes to place a Bet 'em All on the outcome of the hand on Spot 2, the player will place their wager on position 2 on the initial Bet 'em All placement line in their betting area.
2. The dealer will then move that wager to the final Bet 'em All placement line in the betting area of Spot 2 and place the wager on position 5.
Once the dealer has cleared all of the Bet 'em All wagers from the initial Multi Bet placement line and placed those wagers on the final Bet 'em All placement line, the dealer will call "no more bets" and commence the dealing of the cards.
A Bet 'em All wager placed on any particular spot will be settled according to the outcome of the hand dealt to that spot. The player who places the Bet 'em All wager on any particular spot will not make any decisions on that hand or have any control over the outcome of that hand.
If a player has placed a Bet 'em All wager on a spot where the player in control of that hand has elected to double down, then the player who owns the Bet 'em All wager is also given the option to double down. The dealer will place this double down wager on behalf of the player in the same manner as all Bet 'em All wagers are placed.
If a player has placed a Bet 'em All wager on a spot where the player in control of that hand has elected to split, then the player who owns the Bet 'em All wager will not be given that option. The Bet 'em All wager on that spot will be placed on the first hand of the split and will be settled according to the outcome of that first hand.
If a player has placed a Bet 'em All wager where placing an insurance bet becomes an option, then the player who owns the Bet 'em All wager may place an insurance wager according to the insurance regulations on the game.
If there is an option to "surrender" on the game then a player who has placed a Bet 'em All wager on a spot where the player in control of that hand has elected to surrender, then the player who owns the Bet 'em All wager will also need to surrender.
All Bet 'em All wagers will need to be of a value within the table limits advertised at the table and will be settled at the same time as the player's wagers are settled in that respective spot. The dealer will pass any winning Bet 'em All wagers and the payment off to the owner as each wager is paid.