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Sir Mark H. Jones, President - INAG INC. 

2516 Business Parkway

Unit G Minden, NV 89423


Office : 775-267-9600 
Cell : 619-823-7073
Fax : 775-267-9611

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BLACKJACK STYLE GAMES

Blackjack Burnout - Procedures

RULES FOR BLACKJACK BURNOUT “BONUS”

 

The Play – Blackjack Burnout

 

Blackjack Burnout shall be dealt and played following the standard rules of blackjack, except as follows:

 

(1) Blackjack Burnout may be played only on tables utilizing a Blackjack Burnout style table layout.

The game shall be played using six standard 52 cards decks and is dealt from a dealing shoe.

 

(2) Blackjack Burnout features an option that allows the player the ability to burn one “hit” card once they have the opportunity to take action on his/her hand. At the same time a player makes their standard blackjack wager, the player would place this fee.

 

(3) The Blackjack Burnout fee is $1 for each $5 wagered by the player.

 

(4) The dealer will then follow standard house procedures for dealing blackjack.

                (a) Blackjack pays 3 to 2

                (b) Players can split any pair other than Aces up to four times.                               Aces can only be split once. 

                (c) Player can double down on any first two cards.

(5) Once it is time for the player to act on his/her hand, should the player chose to hit and not like the card received, and the player paid the optional Blackjack Burnout fee, the player may elect to have the dealer burn the card and receive the next card to be dealt. The player must play his/her hand with the replacement card they receive.

 

               (a) The Blackjack Burnout option may be exercised at any point a

                    hit card may be requested (i.e. doubling down) and at any time                        during the development of the hand. For example, a player may                      hit, then hit again, use the Burnout option to replace the second                      hit card, and then hit a third time.

 

                 (I) The Burnout option is forfeited once the player chooses to split                       any pair.

 

                (b) The Blackjack Burnout fee will be collected by the dealer once                         the Burnout option is exercised during play. If a player had                               placed a Blackjack Burnout fee and does not elect to burn a                             card when acting on his/her hand, the dealer will collect the                             Blackjack Burnout fee after the player acts on his/her hand                             then move on to the next player.

 

(6) At the discretion of the retail licensee, players may be permitted to place tip bets for the dealer on their blackjack wager. If such tip wagers are accepted, winning wagers must be paid at the same odds as the players’ winning wagers. The retail licensee may require tip wagers to be in an even

dollar amount, and may limit the maximum amount of such tip wagers. Notice of any such restricts shall be provided on table signage. No Blackjack Burnout fee will be collected for any dealer tip bet.

 

Bonus Wager

 

(1) At their discretion, the retail licensee may also provide a version of Blackjack Burnout that allows  additional, optional wagers known as the Blackjack Burnout Bonus wagers. If these wagers are allowed, the game may only be played on tables utilizing a layout with the Bonus wager spots at each player position and equipped with one approved Bonus button for each player position. If allowed, at the same time the player makes his/her standard blackjack wager, the player will have the opportunity to make one or more of three additional optional wagers and wagers do not have to be made in sequence. The player is wagering that they will have consecutive winning outcomes on the next two, three or four hands.

 

 (2) All Bonus wagers must be placed at the same time. No additional Bonus wagers may be placed until all pending Bonus wagers placed by that player have been settled as winning or losing wagers. These wagers will be in an even-dollar amount and the minimum and maximum amounts of these wagers shall be posted on table signage. Winning Bonus wagers will be paid

according to the posted pay table. Pushes are not counted as a win or loss. If the player splits pairs, he/she must win the majority of their split hands to advance. An equal number of split hands results in a push.

 

(3) The Bonus wager is paid as you go. Once the player wins the 2nd hand in a row, the dealer pays the main wager and then the Bonus wager. This procedure would be repeated for a 3rd and 4th hands in a row. The dealer will mark the winning hands with a designated Bonus Button to keep

track of the consecutive wins. If the player and the dealer “push” their hands, the player’s Bonus wager shall remain the same, meaning it won’t advance or lose. When the player loses a hand, all remaining Bonus wagers are lost.

 

(4) At the discretion of the retail licensee, players may be permitted to place tip bets for the dealer on their Bonus wager. If such tip wagers are accepted, winning wagers must be paid at the same odds as the players’ winning wagers. The retail licensee may require tip wagers to be in an even

dollar amount, and may limit the maximum amount of such tip wagers. Notice of any such restricts shall be provided on table signage. No Blackjack Burnout fee will be collected for any dealer tip bet.

 

(5) Even money may be offered to the player if the player receives a blackjack and the dealer is showing an ace. If the player chooses even money and the dealer doesn’t have a blackjack, then the Bonus wager advances. If the player and the dealer both have a blackjack, the hand results in a push and the Bonus wager stays in play for the next hand.

 

(6) Standard house insurance rules apply if the player chooses to exercise.

 

(7) Winning Bonus wagers shall be paid according to the following pay table. The pay table in use shall appear on the table layout or on signage at the table.

 

Player Wins:

   2 consecutive wins 2 to 1

   3 consecutive wins 4 to 1

   4 consecutive wins 8 to 1

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