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Table Games

Indigo Sky offers table games to suit any skill level. Table games are open 24/7 and all games are ante FREE! We offer classic pit games including Double Deck Pitch Blackjack and Six Deck Shoe Blackjack.

Come check out our new expanded pit that features WPT Heads Up Hold’em, Four Card Frenzy and Three Card Prime progressives, which are based on all the classics we know and love but with more ways to win!

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Blackjack is a game of skill. Although the basic rules are easy to learn, there are different techniques and betting strategies you can use to enhance your potential of winning. The object of the game is to accumulate cards with point totals close to 21, without exceeding 21.

The Basics

If you wish to tip the dealer, you can place a chip in front of your betting circle. The dealer deals you two cards, both face up. The dealer gets two cards as well, one face down and one face up.

The goal of blackjack is to get as high of a value as possible without going over 21. If you go over 21, you bust and the dealer wins the hand. You obtain the value of your hand by adding together the cards that are face up in front of you, remembering that the ace is worth either one or 11. So, if you had two 10s and an ace, you would have a hand of 21 because the ace would count as one.

Blackjack is a solo game. Even though there might be eight players at a table, there can be no teamwork between the players. It is strictly a one-on-one game between the player and the dealer. If you beat the value of the dealer’s hand without busting, you win the hand no matter how well any of the other players’ hands did. If the dealer busts and you don’t, then you win the hand as well.

After the players have fully finished making their hands, the dealer flips over his face-down card. If the total value of his hand is a soft 17 or less, he must hit again. If you beat the dealer straight up, you receive your original bet back plus the amount of the original bet as your winnings. If you receive a blackjack (21), you win 1.5 times the amount of your original bet.