Description

With popular âDead or Aliveâ character KASUMI, quickly and easily play
exciting blackjack anytime, anywhere!

KASUMIâ™s 3D character expressed by the finest animation leaps up at you
from the screen, and there are a lot of charming motions you can see only
in DOA BlackJack.

From the original outfit to a rare swimsuit, you can enjoy seeing KASUMI
dressed fashionably in a range of outfits. Have lots of fun playing
blackjack with KASUMI anytime in your favorite costume!

In DOA BlackJack, a player plays his hand against the dealer on
one-on-one, just playing at real casinos.

This application contains the following 2 modes.
â- NORMALï¼ Using the same odds as in the case of a deck of 52 cards in
actual game play.
â- EASYï¼ Arranged for players to be able to get advantageous cards more
easily.
â»The default setting is configured in the EASY mode.
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*** Rules of DOA BlackJack ***
ï½¥Single Deck (52 cards)
ï½¥Blackjack : If you have a blackjack, you win one and one-half times your
bet. In other cases, you win the same amount as you bet.
ï½¥Soft 17 : If the dealer has 17 using an ace valued at 11, she stands on
all 17.
ï½¥Insuranceï¼â--
ï½¥Double Down : â-- (no double down after splitting a pair)
ï½¥Sprit : â-- (only at the beginning of each round)
ï½¥Surrender : Ã--
ï½¥Maximum hit is up to 6.
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To enjoy our DOA BlackJack, the following section describes the general
rules of the blackjack.
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*** Basic Rule ***
The object of the blackjack is to get a higher card total than the dealerâ™
s hand without going
At the beginning of each round, the dealer deals your two cards face up.
over 21. The dealer gets one face up, one face down.
You can take additional cards in turn to get closer to 21 as possible,
without going over 21 (only allowed up to 6 hits in this game).
By rule, on counts of 17 or higher the dealer must stand (take no more
cards); on counts of 16 or lower the dealer must draw another card.

*** Card Value ***
ï½¥Spot cards which mean 2 to 10 all count at face value.
ï½¥Face cards, Jack, Queen, and King, count as 10.
ï½¥An ace can be either 1 or 11. For example, when your hand goes over 21,
an ace count 1. If you have less than 17, an ace values as 11.

*** Card Combination ***
ï½¥The highest hand is called âBlackjack,â meaning a total of 21 with
first two cards (a 10 or a face and an ace).
ï½¥A hand with 3, 4, 6, and 8 also totals to 21 but it is not a blackjack.

*** Payout ***
(1)After receiving your first two cards, you make sure if you have a
blackjack.
ï½¥In case both you and the dealer have a blackjack, in which case the
hand is a push, you get your bet back.
ï½¥If you have a blackjack, you win one and one-half times your bet.
ï½¥If the dealer have a blackjack, you lose all your bet.

(2)If either has a blackjack, you take additional cards to get closer to
21, without going over 21. The higher hand total wins.

(3)If you bust, which means your cards total to more than 21, you lose
automatically.

(4)When you and the dealer have a hand of equal value, neither wins, which
is a push. You get your bet back.
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