Deal and Reveal

If the Dealer's Up Card is 2-6, They Reveal Their Hole Card!

Deal and Reveal begins like standard blackjack, except the dealer checks their cards for blackjack without asking for insurance. If the dealer does not have a blackjack, play continues as normal. If the dealer does have blackjack, he or she will expose their hole card and replace it with the next card in the shoe. The dealer will ask for insurance and play continues as normal. If the new hole card is a 10-value card, the dealer has a second chance blackjack and play continues as normal. If the dealer’s up card is 2 through 6, the dealer will expose their hole card and display the Push 22 puck, continuing play as normal. During this round only, any remaining hands will push if the dealer busts with a total of 22.

If the dealer’s up card is 7 through King, the dealer does not reveal their hole card and regular blackjack rules are used to continue the game.

Note: Doubling and splitting are allowed. Player blackjacks are paid before the dealer hits out their hand, but will be pushed if the dealer has a second chance blackjack. 
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