When you select this option, you will only receive 1 more card and the bet of the game will be doubled. This option is usually chosen by the player when the player feels confident to be able to win the game with an additional card that is not too low probability.
For example, if there are 12 points, then 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 cards all give the player a pretty high score, then they are confident to win with 1 more card and choose a double bet.
Insurrance: This option is only available when the dealer has turned an A. When the dealer turns 1, they have a higher chance of winning Blackjack when they only need 1 more or more.
The Insurance Betting option is offered to allow the player to bet an extra amount right in the game, betting that the house will have Blackjack with the amount equal to half of the current game hand.
Now there are different cases as follows.
1. The dealer has Blackjack, and you lose your first bet if you don’t have Blackjack, but the insurance bet you get paid twice, exactly the same amount you lost the first bet. So you have a game even though the girl has Blackjack.
2. The dealer does not have Blackjack, then you lose the insurance bet, and the original bet is considered normal.
3. The dealer has Blackjack but you also have Blackjack, then you win the insurance bet, while the first bet is returned as a result of a push (Push).
This option is only available when the player has 1 pair, or 2 cards of 10 or more cards. If the split bet is selected, the card will be divided into 2, each card will have 1 card, each card will be dealt an additional 1 card and the amount will be increased to 2 times the original bet. In these 2 cards, the player will have the option to divide or stop as they normally play.
If lucky, the player will win both cards.