- Final Settlement
15.1 Settlement of wagers remaining on the table after the completion of the dealer’s hand shall be as follows:
15.1.1 a player having a blackjack shall win and be paid at odds of 3 to 2 if the dealer does not also have a blackjack;
15.1.2 a player having a point total of 21 or less shall win and be paid at odds of 1 to 1 if the dealer’s hand has a point total in excess of 21;
15.1.3 a player having a point total of 21 or less shall win and be paid at odds of 1 to 1 if the point total exceeds that of the dealer’s hand.
15.1.4 an insurance wager made under the provisions of rule 8 shall win and be paid at odds of 2 to 1 if the dealer achieves a blackjack.
15.1.5 a player having a point total of 21 or less shall lose an amount equal to their original wager if the dealer’s hand has a blackjack Slot Gampang Menang
15.1.6 a player shall lose if the point total of the dealer exceeds that of the player without exceeding 21;
15.1.7 a wager on a blackjack shall constitute a stand off if the dealer also has a blackjack;
15.1.8 a wager on a hand with the same point total as that of the dealer’s hand shall constitute a stand off;
15.1.9 a wager, other than a player’s original wager, made in accordance with rules 11 and/or 12 shall constitute a stand off if the dealer achieves a blackjack.
15.2 At the conclusion of a round of play, all cards still remaining on the layout shall be picked up by the dealer and placed in the discard rack.
16.1 A card found turned face upwards in the card shoe or shuffling device shall be burned by placing it in the discard rack.
16.2 Subject to rule 16.5, a card dealt or burned in error shall be dealt to the players or the dealer as though it were the next card from the shoe or shuffling device.
16.3 Subject to rule 10.2, a player who refuses to accept the card referred to in rule 16.2 shall not receive any additional card during that round of play.
16.4 Where the card referred to in rule 16.2 is refused by all players it shall become the dealer’s next card.
16.5 A card exposed and dealt in error to the dealer’s completed hand shall be burned by placing it in the discard rack.
16.6 Should any round of play contain an error caused by the incorrect dealing of a card, every effort must be made to reconstruct that round of play in such a way as to cause the sequence of cards dealt to be as it should have been had the error not occurred. However, should every effort to reconstruct the round of play fail, then the casino supervisor may authorise that round being declared void and the wagers shall then be returned to the players.
16.7 If there are insufficient cards remaining in the shoe to complete a round of play, all of the cards in the discard rack shall be shuffled and cut in accordance with rule 4 and the dealer shall then complete the round of play and the game shall continue in accordance with these rules.
16.8 Subject to rule 5.5, where a player makes a wager in accordance with rule 5 and is not present to make decisions with regards to the cards dealt to the playing area containing the wager, cards shall be dealt to the playing area in turn by the dealer until the point total of the cards exceeds 11.
16.9 Should the dealer forget to burn the first card from the card shoe or shuffling device in accordance with rule 4.7, then play shall continue with that card remaining in play.
- Shuffling Device Malfunction
17.1 This rule, and rules 17.2 to 17.3, apply if all of the following conditions are satisfied:-
17.1.1 a shuffling device is in use for a game of Blackjack; and
17.1.2 it becomes evident, in a round of play for which 1 or more cards have been dealt, that the shuffling device is no longer capable of operating in the way it is intended to operate; and
17.1.3 the malfunctioning of the shuffling device has not operated to the disadvantage of the casino operator or a player; and
17.1.4 another shuffling device is readily available; and
17.1.5 it is practicable to transfer cards to another shuffling device.
17.2 Where a shuffling device malfunctions without causing any damage to the cards in the shuffling device, the cards in the shuffling device must be transferred to another shuffling device and the game continued.
17.3 Where a shuffling device malfunctions and causes damage to any card in the shuffling device:-
17.3.1 the damaged cards in the malfunctioning shuffling device are to be removed from play; and
17.3.2 the undamaged cards still in the malfunctioning shuffling device are to be transferred from the malfunctioning shuffling device to another shuffling device; an
17.3.3 the damaged cards are to be replaced with cards from a new deck, and the replacement cards are to be placed in the shuffling device containing the cards transferred from the malfunctioning shuffling device; and
17.3.4 the game is continued.
17.4 Where a shuffling device malfunctions and the casino operator or a player is disadvantaged by reason of the malfunction, the round of play is terminated, and the amount wagered by each player must be returned to the player.
17.5 Where a shuffling device malfunctions and rules 17.1.4 or 17.1.5 cannot be satisfied:-
17.5.1 each player must be given the opportunity to have each amount wagered by the player in the round of play returned to the player; and
17.5.2 any damaged card must be replaced with cards from a new deck; and
17.5.3 the replacement cards, if any, and any undamaged cards in the shuffling device are to be shuffled and cut in the same way as applies under rule 4; and
17.5.4 the round of play for the players who elected not to have their wagers returned is completed using a dealing shoe.