CEG Dealer School Raw Blackjack – How to pay Blackjacks 3 to 2 and 6 to 5 [Short Version]

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9 thoughts on “CEG Dealer School Raw Blackjack – How to pay Blackjacks 3 to 2 and 6 to 5 [Short Version]

  1. Can be paid by pieces so if you 2 blacks 2 reds 2 yellow ( 2×25 2×5 2×1 =62 × blackjack) the pay 3 pieces of each total 93 but don't need to know this initially

  2. How do the tips work in America? Does the individual dealer get the tips or does it all go into a pit and devided by all the dealers?

  3. I've always wanted to be a blackjack dealer and I know about 95-100% of the rules and stuff of how to be one, but one thing I've always had trouble with is about the math of blackjack 3/2 and 6/5 payouts. And now I finally get it. 3/2 BJ pays the amount of the bet plus 50% of it and 6/5 BJ pays the amount of the bet plus 20% of the bet. If I would have known this I would have been a dealer long time ago. Thanks for the info! Definitely learned something new today.

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  5. One thing I've always wondered is this–between rounding up or down 3:2 payouts, using a combination of $1s and $.50s to make the payout exact, or using a $2.50 check in place of the $1s and $.50s if the casino in question uses them, what do most dealers prefer?

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