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58 Pa. Code § 673a.10. Double down.

§ 673a.10. Double down.

 (a)  Except when a player has a Blackjack, a player may elect to double down on the first two cards dealt to him or the first two cards of any split pair. To double down, the player shall place an additional wager next to the player’s original Blackjack Wager which may not exceed the amount of the player’s original Blackjack Wager. Only one additional card shall be dealt to the hand on which the player has elected to double down.

 (b)  Upon a player’s election to double down, the dealer shall deal the one additional card face up and place it sideways on the layout.

 (c)  A player may double down after splitting pairs as provided in §  673a.11 (relating to splitting pairs).

Cross References

   This section cited in 58 Pa. Code §  673a.6 (relating to wagers); 58 Pa. Code §  673a.7 (relating to procedure for dealing the cards; completion of each round of play); and 58 Pa. Code §  673a.9 (relating to surrender).

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