other's hands in addition to their own. There's essentially nothing more to it, so casino operators can add the Bet'em All option to virtually any standard blackjack game and players are not faced with any barriers to play. That is, players can take the Bet'em All option to enjoy expanded opportunity. Or, they can simply ignore Bet'em All and the game remains a standard blackjack offering.
To support the feature, a clever and intuitive layout design ensures that the players and dealer have complete clarity around the placement and ownership of the Bet'em All wagers. Friends are able to share in each other's fortunes and players can ride the winning runs of the lucky spots on the game. In this way, players remain engaged and invested in the turn of every card, even when their own hand has gone cold.
Even as players revel in the ability to bet on those whose luck may seem to outpace their own, the house enjoys an increased edge on the game with each and every Bet'em All wager placed. This effect is due to a subtle game rule where the Bet'em All wager is only able to ride on the first hand of any split hand. This key feature, understated as it is, does not detract from the player experience but most certainly makes the game markedly more lucrative for the casino operator.
The 6 spot Bet'em All Blackjack intuitive table layout design.
BET'EM ALL BLACKJACK LAYOUT & DEALING PROCEDURES
Before the commencement of a round of play, any player who has placed a wager on their own betting spot may also place additional Bet'em All wagers on the outcome of any of the other player's hands at the table.
The following two step process will take place for each Bet'em All wager:
1. To place a wager on another player's hand, the player will use the Initial Bet'em All Wager Placement line (blue) in their own betting area and place their wager on the number which corresponds to the player's spot number upon which they wish to wager.
2. The dealer will then move the wager from the Initial Bet'em All Wager Placement line (blue) and place that wager on the Final Bet'em All Wager Placement line (red) in the betting area of the spot number indicated initially. For clarity of ownership, the wager will be placed in the numbered position on the Final Bet'em All Wager Placement line which corresponds with the spot number of the owner of that wager.
1. If a player seated on Spot 5 wishes to place a Bet'em All wager on the outcome of the hand on Spot 2, the player will place their wager on position 2 on the Initial Bet'em All Wager Placement line in their betting area.
2. The dealer will then move that wager to the Final Bet'em All Wager Placement line in the betting area of Spot 2 and place the wager on position 5.
The 5 spot Bet'em All Blackjack intuitive table layout design.
BENEFITS TO THE CASINO OPERATOR
The casino operator can expect to see an instant increase in cash drop and daily win per unit on every Blackjack game where Bet'em All is in play. The growth rate can be expected to reach 20% as players become more comfortable with the option and increase their participation.
The additional action provided by the Bet'em All option significantly boosts the entertainment and excitement of the game, creating a far more fun and social atmosphere than the standard blackjack offering. A better entertainment experience will generally drive up the player
time on device, and this is particularly advantageous in an environment where the Bet'em All option represents a product advantage over a competitor.
Bet'em All integrates seamlessly with all blackjack variants, even those games which support an existing side bet option.
The learning curve for players is extremely fast with the additional betting options being explained in seconds by the dealer.
The staff training requirement is minimal with a 20-minute session being sufficient for any experienced dealer.
Casino operators worldwide are always on the hunt for ways to refresh their blackjack offering through game variations and side bet options. But, it's rare that an option comes along which can significantly and reliably create meaningful value in terms of increased wagering and win per unit.
Bet'em All Blackjack has arrived to meet this challenge and take North America's most popular table game to new heights. Not only is Bet'em All Blackjack expected to add over 20% to daily win per unit; it is also poised to fundamentally change the way blackjack is played for decades to come.
Designed in pursuit of ever more excitement and entertainment for players, Bet'em All Blackjack is a simple betting option which drives increased wagering while adding a heightened level of interactivity to an otherwise unaltered and familiar blackjack game.
The premise is incredibly simple – players are able to bet on each
Once the dealer has cleared all of the Bet'em All wagers from the Initial Bet'em All Wager Placement line and placed those wagers on the Final Bet'em All Wager Placement line, the dealer will call "no more bets" and commence the dealing of the cards.
A Bet'em All wager placed on any particular spot will be settled according to the outcome of the hand dealt to that spot. The player who places the Bet'em All wager on any particular spot will not make any decisions on that hand or have any control over the outcome of that hand.
If a player has placed a Bet'em All wager on a spot where the player in control of that hand has elected to double down, then the player who owns the Bet'em All wager is also given the option to double down. The dealer will place this double down wager on behalf of the player in the same manner as all Bet'em All wager are placed.
If a player has placed a Bet'em All wager on a spot where the player in control of that hand has elected to split, then the player who owns the Bet'em All wager will not be given that option. The Bet'em All wager on that spot will be placed on the first hand of the split and will be settled according to the outcome of the first card that is split in that hand.
If a player has placed a Bet'em All wager where placing an insurance bet becomes an option, then the player who owns the Bet'em All wager may place an insurance wager according to the insurance regulations on the game.
If there is an option to "surrender" on the game then a player who has placed a Bet'em All wager on a spot where the player in control of that hand has elected to surrender, then the player who owns the Bet'em All wager will also need to surrender.
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