How to play Super Fun 21 at William Hill Casino

Super Fun 21 is one of the trendy offshoots of Blackjack which is played at the vast majority of casinos in Las Vegas, but in an effort to make the game more exciting there are a number of rules which are specific to Super Fun 21.Super 21

Super Fun 21 Side-Bet Bonus Feature

The Nevada version also offers a bonus bet option, and for only a £1, the punter stands a chance of winning at 300:1, not bad odds at all! The side bet must be placed at the beginning of each betting round, and the player simply has to click on the red diamond icon on screen to part with the bonus bet.

The bonus is paid out to the lucky player who is dealt two cards, in diamonds only, which make up a Blackjack – an Ace and a card with a ten-point value. Unfortunately hands that have been split do not qualify for a bonus payout.

Player’s Choices

As with all the variants of Blackjack, player’s have several choices to make during the game – we have looked at the more common choices, including hit, or twist, stick, or stand, split, double down or buy and insurance, in some depth in previous pages, but there is a player choice exclusive to Super fun 21 which needs to be addressed – that of surrender.

Surrender is not one of the options allowed in Blackjack, Blackjack Progressive or Pontoon, but it is permissible in Super Fun 21, and it basically means that should the dealer not have a Blackjack then the player may surrender half of the total bet at the time as long as the player is neither bust, or has 21 in hand. . The option to surrender is available to the player throughout the game, and is not dependent on the number of cards in hand.

Rules specific to Super Fun 21

  • A single deck of 52 cards is used
  • The dealer must hit on a soft 17 (no Ace in hand)
  • The punter may double after a split
  • The player may split up to three times
  • The gambler may hit and double down on split Aces
  • The player may double on any number of cards
  • The punter is allowed to surrender after doubling

Payouts

  • A hand of 20 or less, consisting of six cards – 1:1 (no doubling is permitted)
  • A hand of 21, consisting of 5 cards or more – 2:1 (no doubling permitted)
  • Player Blackjack wins – 1:1
  • Player Blackjack in diamonds – 2:1