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Shortie is a Blackjack side bet that rewards your          
      initially “slim” hand, called shortie.
 

    

        What exactly is a shortie? When your first 2 cards score lower than 10

        (Ace = 1), you have a shortie.  For example, if your first 2 cards are [2, 7],

        [A, A] or [A, 8], you have a shortie; [3, 8], [5, 5] and [A, 9] are not. If you

        have made the Shortie side bet before the game starts and you have a

        shortie, your Shortie side wager is paid a bonus, otherwise the side

        wager is lost.

 

     Shortie has a hit frequency of 21.3%, i.e., one winner for every

     5 hands.


     There are 5 payout tables to choose from.



Instant payout and the side wager game is complete

 

 

Player’s first 2 cards

equal or lower than 9                   Pays

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A-A, with dealer’s Ace Up

·   A-A-A, Suited ………………  800 to 1

·   A-A-A, Unsuited …………… 100 to 1

A-A ……………….……………………  25 to 1

2-2, 3-3, 4-4 …..…......……………  6 to 1

Total point 3, 4, 5, 6   ……………   3 to 1

Total point 7, 8, 9 …………………   2 to 1


House Edge ..........................  5.0067%


  After the resolution of the Shortie side bet,
the regular Blackjack game continues.


 

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Another Version of Shortie:

A Shortie is paid the first time for your luck & paid  
again for your Blackjack skill
.

 
YES, Two Times!!
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What exactly is a Shortie? When your first 2 cards score 9 or lower (Ace=1),
you have a shortie. For example, if your first 2 cards are [2,7], [A,A] or [A,8],
you have a Shortie; [3,8], [5,5] and [a,9] are not.


If you have made the Shortie side bet before the game starts and you have a
shortie
, you will win a bonus right away. There is more. After you have won the first Shortie payout, this side bet is added to your original Blackjack bet and you could win again.


The first bonus payouts for your Shortie are:

                           Player's first 2 cards score
                           equal or lower than 9                              pays
                           --------------------------------------------------------------
                          Shortie ...................................................... 3 to 1 
                          A-A, Unsuited ........................................... 5 to 1 
                          A-A, Suited ……………......................... 15 to 1
                          A-A, with dealer’s Ace Up
                              * A-A-A, Unsuited …..........................  30 to 1
                              * A-A-A, Suited  …............…............ 100 to 1
                              * A-A-A, All Diamonds...................... 500 to 1

There are 5 payout tables approved by the State of Nevada. The most
popular one is without A-A-A.


Shortie can be played with 2,4,6 or 8 decks.


If your first 2 cards score 10 or higher, your Shortie side bet is lost.

The winning Shortie bet has a second chance to win with "2 to 1"      
odds
after the first payout. However, you have to earn it this time.


After your Shortie bet has received the first bonus payout, this side bet  
must remain in the play. This means that neither the player nor the       
dealer can remove the bet. The bet now becomes part of your Blackjack
wager,  and you will continue playing Blackjack normally. At the end of
the hand, if your "21" hand wins, the Shortie bet is paid 2 to 1. If you lose
the 21 hand, both the main and the Shortie bets will be lost. If you push
the 21 hand, both bets are pushed.


Here is an example. Let’s say you bet $5 as your main wager and bet $1
on the Shortie side bet. The dealer deals you [A, 8] and shows a [7] up
card in his hand. Your Shortie wins $3 right way. Let’s say you stand on
19 (Ace = 11) and the dealer reveals a hole card of [10]. The dealer’s
hand ends up with a final score 17. You have now outscored the dealer,
so you win $5 (1 to 1) for the main bet and $2 (2 to 1) for the side bet.
Overall, your $1 Shortie side bet has made $5.


If you split your original pair, the Shortie bet goes with the first of the two
split hands (i.e. the first hand to receive cards from the dealer.)


If you double down on your main bet, you cannot double down on Shortie.

If you surrender your Blackjack play when offered, your Shortie is lost.

 


There are 5 approved payout tables to choose from. There is the right one for your casino.



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Shortie is now

approved in the States of

Nevada and Mississippi,

and

Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska



 



where a slim hand is rewarded,