Thursday, April 7, 2016

THe Aces Casino Blog "New Casino Games of 2016" Series Continues With the Grand-Daddy of All Side-Bet Games -- It's Time For Some "Ten-Ten-21!"


Anyone that knows the crew at Aces Casino Entertainment (A.K.A. the top orange county casino party company on the west coast) knows that there are two things that we will NEVER get enough of - Putting on great casino night party events, and play-testing brand new casino games!

Aces Casino is well-known for being one of the innovators in our industry when it comes to bringing the latest casino games to our "virtual reality casino floor" faster than anyone else in the United States.  Every year here on the Aces Blog, we take pride in providing a block of blog-time to showcase some of the newly-discovered casino-style games that are currently being play-tested before they hit the market, or, in some cases, have already made their way onto a casino floor near you.

Hey - It's what this orange county casino night party company does best - Bringing the latest innovations in our industry to our many clients all over southern California.  Well, that, and also having loads of fun with our clients at our many events year-round.

So, to that end, let's continue our "Newest Casino Games Of 2016" Aces Casino Blog Series with a game that we discovered is being offered by a company known as INAG (Ed. Note: Which stands for the International Network in Advance Gaming).  Now, those of you that might not be familiar with INAG... Well, if you're into casino gaming at all and have visited some of the Indian casinos located on the west coast, you may have already seen some of the INAG creations.

This one has an interesting side-bet-twist, which appears to be one of the things that the team over at INAG does best.  Check this one out - It's called "Ten-Ten-21!"


Looks easy enough.  Remember - "10 Value" means 10-J-Q-K!

Here's how it works....


1.Ten-Ten 21 is a compelling side bet in the game of blackjack.
2.The proposition allows the Player to bet on the dealer’s cards. If the dealer’s up card is a 10-value card the Player can win one of three different payoffs, “depending on the dealer’s hole card.”
3.If the dealer’s up card is not a 10-value card (10, J, Q, K) the bet loses. The outcome of the primary blackjack bet has no bearing on the Ten-Ten 21 bet. A player can win on one and lose on the other.

Start of Game


4.Prior to the start of each round of Blackjack, Players have the opportunity to place a Ten-Ten 21 bet on the oval betting spot on the table layout at the same time their Blackjack bet is made and before any cards are dealt.
5.The Ten-Ten 21 minimum and maximum is $1 to $25.
6.After all wagers have been placed, the Dealer deals the first two cards to each player and to themselves in the same manner as regular blackjack dealing procedure.

 

Take and Pay Procedures


7.If the dealer’s up card is not a ten-value card, beginning from the dealers right to left, the dealer takes all losing Ten-Ten 21 wagers.
8.If the dealer has a ten-value card and a ace in the hole, (Blackjack), from dealers right to left he takes all players losing hands and from dealers right to left he pays all Ten-Ten 21 wagers 6 to 1
9.If the Dealer’s up card is a ten-value card, the Ten-Ten 21 bets remain until the hit and take procedures for the regular game of blackjack is completed.
10. If Player has a (Blackjack), Dealer will mark the Player’s Ten-Ten 21 bet with a special lamer that will be in the chip tray. Dealer will pay the Blackjack hand and pick up the cards. The 10-10-21 lamer will remain until the end of the game and all Ten-Ten 21 wagers are paid.  
                                                                                      
Determination of Winner:

11.If the Dealer whole card is 2 thru 9, starting from the Dealer’s right to left, Dealer pays all Ten-Ten 21 bets 1 to1, if the Dealers whole card is a ten-value card (10, J, Q, K), Dealer pays all Ten-Ten 21 bets 3-1.

TEN-TEN 21 Bonus

12.If the dealer has two 10s (no face cards) and the player had a blackjack, the player is paid 40 to 1. In order to win the highest bonus payout the dealer must have a ten up card and a ten in the hole, “which does not include any face cards and the player must have a Blackjack.’ In this occurrence, the Players will not have any cards as Blackjack hand was already paid and the 10-10 21 lamer will be on top of the players Ten-Ten 21 bet.


Simplicity is always a good thing when it comes to casino games.  We can't wait until this particular game gets its' very own game trainer.  When it does, you KNOW we'll have it right here at our Aces Casino Blog.  Back on Monday with our "Blast From The Past" series, you time-wasters - We'll see you then!

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