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Pontoon is an early version of Blackjack which offers a lot of the action that isn’t allowed in modern Blackjack games. Ranking of hands is different as well, including five-card tricks having a higher value than hands with fewer cards with more points.
The object of the game is to get closer to 21 than the Dealer. In Pontoon, both of the Dealer’s cards are dealt face down, so you are making your choices against a blind hand.
Click on the chips to place a bet, and then click on Deal. Two cards are dealt face up to you and two face down to the Dealer. After reviewing your cards, if you think the value of the cards is close enough to 21, don’t take another card. Click on Stand to finish your hand. If you want to add more points to your hand, click on Hit. The Dealer gives you another card. If you decide to hit and overshoot 21, you go Bust, losing automatically.
Depending on the hand, the Dealer will hit or stand based on rules that the Dealer must follow.
There are no Bonus Rounds in Pontoon.
There is no jackpot in Silver Oak Casino’s Pontoon casino game.
Pontoon Basic Strategy
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Pontoon is an old British variation of Blackjack.
The potential of winning when playing Pontoon is enhanced when you know and understand all the terminology associated with the game.
Bet: The amount of money you want to wager during a round of play.
Bust: The state of your hand if the total value exceeds 21. If you bust, your bet is lost. If the Dealer busts, you win.
Deal: Clicking Deal begins the game once your bet has been placed. In this variation of Blackjack, you are dealt two cards face up and the Dealer gets two cards face down.
Double: If you think that the next card in the deck will put your hand in position to beat the Dealer, you can “double down”. Your bet is doubled and one card is dealt to your hand. Hitting after doubling down is allowed in Pontoon.
Five-Card Trick: A hand consisting of five cards with a total value of 21 or under. It is the second highest winning hand in Pontoon. It beats any other card combination, equal in points, with fewer cards.
Hit: Clicking Hit adds another card to your hand. Take as many hits as you want before standing.
Pontoon: An Ace and a card with a value of ten points totaling 21. A Pontoon is comprised of two cards and always beats a score of 21 built from three or more cards. Also called Blackjack in other variations of “21″ games.
Split: If your first two cards are of the same value (such as 7-7 or J-K), they can be split into two separate hands by doubling your bet. You then proceed to draw cards as usual with the goal of building both hands as close to 21 without going over. You can split up to two times during each round of play.
Stand: Click Stand to keep your hand as it is. If you have 21, you cannot click this option – it is automatically done for you.