Any player that plays at Cleos VIP Room knows how exclusive the games at this site are. Players can enjoy one of the finest collections of gambling games, all designed in superb quality. Cleos VIP Room contains four main gaming rooms, such as blackjack, slots, video poker and roulette.
The blackjack room isn’t a room as such, rather more a single blackjack game. The game itself though, is wondrous and hugely entertaining.
Cleos VIP Blackjack Rules
The rules of Cleos VIP Blackjack game is pretty much the same as any blackjack game. It is the goal of the player to accumulate the magic number of 21 by using the values on the cards. For example, a 2 is worth 2, and a 6 is worth 6. The face cards (Jack, Queen, King) are worth 10 each, and the Ace is valued at either 1 or 11, depending on what a player needs.
Blackjack occurs when a player has an ace and face card or 10. The player must not go over 21, and if they do they will lose. After the hand has been dealt, the player can choose to take another card if they wish, as long as they don’t go bust. The dealer must stand on a soft 17, and hit (take a new card) on 16.
A player cannot split a hand that is already split. Splitting is permitted when a player has two cards of the same value. They player can split them up into smaller hands, with a second card delivered to each, albeit at the cost of another bet.
Players are entitled to double when the first 2 cards are dealt.
If the dealer has an ace in their hand from the start (and you can see it), the player might choose to wager on Insurance, which basically insures them against losing to blackjack. If the dealer does have blackjack, the player will get a payout if they have an insured bet.
Typically, Cleos VIP Room’s blackjack game pays out at 1:1 for a winning hand, 2:1 for Insurance, and 3:2 for blackjack.Cleos Vip room $50 Free