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Posting of Rules

Discussion in 'Las Vegas' started by Rookie, Dec 8, 2011.

  1. Rookie

    Rookie Member

    During a recent trip a dealer allowed me to split 8's 4 times, then a few hours later at the same place the dealer would not allow me to split more than 3 times. Since this isnt a rule that generally is spelled out on the table, do casinos need to post house rules somewhere per gaming control regulations?
     
  2. jingber05

    jingber05 Well-Known Member

  3. WRX

    WRX Well-Known Member

    The common rule allows splitting to up to four hands. A new dealer, in particular, could easily get confused and think this meant that a player could split up to four times.
     
  4. 21forme

    21forme Well-Known Member

    Every state has different rules. They are usually online if you want to research it.
     
  5. pieinthesky

    pieinthesky Well-Known Member

    Blackjack rules

    Here's a link to the NV rules page: http://gaming.nv.gov/stats_regs.htm (Archive copy).
    A while back, I was not allowed to double after split at a downtown store. I called gaming (if you play a lot in NV, it's good to have the number programmed into you phone), and was told that's not a rule, like payoffs (3:2, 6:5, etc.) that has to be displayed. It does have be in a book in the pit, I was told.
     

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