Spanish 21 is one of the most popular types of blackjack nearly in the whole world. There are several differences in the game style playing and rules of the Spanish 21and other blackjack games such as: European Blackjack, Double Exposure or Las Vegas Strip. If you want to play Spanish 21 you are welcomed to learn some rules of the game.
The first significant difference between the original blackjack game and Spanish 21 is in the deck. In the original blackjack game we should use 52 card deck but in the Spanish 21 is played with 48 cards by removing 10s. Such removing tens rules give some benefits for the gamblers. If someone wants to play this game properly you are offered the best odds in the gambling house.
Like the original blackjack game all face cards have the same value in Spanish 21. All of the face cards counts as 10 and cards through two to nine have their own face value. Ace can be counted as one or eleven. Moreover, there is no 10 in this game.
In Spanish 21 exists a lot of bonus payouts. In the original blackjack game one has to beat the croupier for winning.
Whereas 7-7-7 or 6-7-8 pays 3:2 and if such cards are the same suit then 2:1is pay out.
The gambler will get $1000 for the betting range from $5 to $24 when he has a suited 7-7-7. If the gambler bets at range over $25 then he gets $5000 and beside him all of the players will have $50 bonus. In spite of the fact, when the gambler is doubling down then the entire bonus should be canceled.
In Spanish 21 gamblers can double down the card of different numbers. Moreover, they can double down after splitting the Ace. Besides, the gambler can double down on every number in the Spanish 21game.
The house edge will be 0.40%. If the croupiers hit on soft 17 and the house edge it will be 0.42% if soft 17 are hit by the croupier with redoubling. The house edge will be 0.76% if the redoubling it not permitted.