The biggest difference between Double Exposure Gold and ordinary Blackjack is that both you and dealers cards are face up, in other words you will see what the dealer holds. Double exposed!

Double Exposure Gold is played with eight decks of 52 playing cards which is shuffled after each round of play. This ensures a random shuffle on each hand and if you are looking to count cards we need to recommend you to the casino floors in Las Vegas.

As usual in Blackjack you want to hit a total of maximum 21 or less, and higher than the dealer. Both you and the dealer can go bust and that occurs when you receive a total of 22 or over.

Along the way you have the option of splitting pairs or doubling on any two cards that are you are dealt.

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