|Written by Vincent Di Mello|
Rules are like standard BlackJack. The difference, in Switch, is that the player always has two hands, played from right to left. The cards can be divided, doubled and insured as in standard BlackJack. Another difference is that the Dealer stands when it hits a 17 soft. BlackJacks are paid 1/1 instead of 3/2 (as in the standard game) as more BlackJacks can be formed thanks to the possibility of “changing the cards”.
Before drawing another card, the player can change the second card of each hand dealt.
If the Dealer has more than 22 ("Bust"), and the player is not ‘Bust’, the player wins. If the Dealer has exactly 22 and the player is not "Bust" then the game is considered Tied or a Push.
This is an optional bet. It is not necessary to bet the Super-Match to play. To place a bet on the Super-Match, place the chips in the small circle in the usual Bet areas. The Super- Match game wins if within the first 4 player cards there is any of the winning combinations indicated on the table (1 pair, 3 of a kind, 2 pairs or 4 of a kind) You can see the pay outs on the Table.