After bets are made, 2 cards are dealt to each player and the dealer. On the first deal, you will be dealt two cards face up. The dealer will have two cards, one of which will be face down.

Cards 2 through 10 are scored according to their face value and all face cards are worth 10 points. Aces are semi-wild and can be worth either 1 or 11 points. The highest hand is a blackjack, which is an Ace and any 10-point card.
You then have the option to draw/hit or stand, meaning you may either increase the value of your cards or stand with their present value.

Doubling Down may be done with a two-card hand, before another card has been drawn. Doubling down means to double the bet and receive only one more card.

If you receive a matching pair of cards, you can split the hand and play them as two separate hands with a maximum of 2 splits. To do this, you must place an additional wager that matches the original bet. After splitting the pair you can play each hand independently.

When either you or the dealer goes over 21 it is a bust. If both you and dealer bust, the player loses.
If you and the dealer tie, it is a push, your bet amount is returned to your balance.

Static Rules:
Double on: 2 cards only
Values to Double on: 10,11
Surrender: No
Max Hands: 2
Dealer Stands on Soft 17
Dealer Stands on Hard 17

The usual rules are the same as blackjack except:
Both dealer cards are exposed
Dealer wins on ties, except on tied blackjacks which go to the player
Player blackjack pays even money
Player may split twice
Player may split unlike 10 value cards