The game is played with one through 8 standard decks of 52 cards. All the players' cards are dealt face up and the dealer's cards are dealt in the normal manner. The players' cards are dealt face up to enhance the fun of the game and allow the dealer to point out the many exciting options and bonuses.
The player may double down (only for the full amount of original wager) on two or more cards totaling 21 or less, even after splitting and hitting (including aces). The player may also double down on any ten-value card and an ace (including Blackjack); in which event the ace is counted as a total of one. The player receives only one card on any double down. No hitting after doubling.
The player may split up to 3 times (for the full amount of original wager) on all equal-valued cards, including aces (making up to four hands). The player may hit, double down and surrender on split aces the same as any equal-valued cards.
The player may surrender one half of their bet(s) on two or more cards totaling less than 21, even after hitting, doubling or splitting. Each bet on a split is considered one bet. The player surrenders one of the two double down bets (surrender is allowed only after the dealer checks for Blackjack).
The player will instantly win 1-to-1 on any hand containing 6 or more cards totaling 20 or less (even after splitting). After paying the player, take the cards and place them into the discard holder (no instant winners or bonuses on double down hands). If a player has a soft total of 20 or less in 5 or more cards, tell that player if they hit they will have a guaranteed 6 or more card winner and could even make a 2-to-1 winner if they makes exactly 21.
The player will instantly win 2-to-1 with 5 or more cards totaling 21 (even after splitting) After paying the player, take the cards and place them into the discard holder. If the player has a 4-card total of 11, suggest that he/she hits instead of doubling because the player will win 2-to-1 if he/she catches a ten-value card. (No instant winners or bonuses on double down hands).
All players' Blackjacks are guaranteed winners (no pushes) paid 1-to-1 (even-money) with the exception of any diamond Blackjacks (AT, AJ, AQ or AK of diamonds) that are paid 2-to-1. All players' Blackjacks may be paid instantly (unless he/she places an insurance bet - check insurance rules below) before any other play, even if the dealer may also have a Blackjack.
The player may place an insurance bet, even if he/she has a Blackjack. The player always wins on the Blackjack, whether or not an insurance bet has been placed. The insurance bet is always a separate side bet, paying 2-to-1.
The casino has the choice to stand on all 17's or hit soft 17.
A player, who has made a normal wager, may also place an additional optional wager of $1 in the SUPER FUN bonus bet area, on the first round only in single deck or on any round in two or more decks. A player who is dealt a Blackjack consisting of both diamonds receives a 300-to-1 ($300) bonus payoff (the player also is paid 2-to-1 instantly on the normal bet and may also take insurance if the dealer's up-card is an ace).
New players will think this is new game because of the SUPER FUN 21® sign; the handout explaining the exciting options offered; and seeing all the players' cards being dealt face up. Soon new players will sit down and have fun, realizing that SUPER FUN 21® is simply Blackjack with the most exciting options ever offered.