A PLAYERS GUIDE TO BLACKJACK
With your first two cards, irrespective of their total, you may opt to double your wager, but you will receive only ONE more card.
If a player's two cards have the same value, i.e a pair, he/she may split them, receiving one extra card face up for each hand.
There is no limit to the number of times player’s may split cards of equal value.
If after splitting a player has an Ace and 10 in one or both of the split hands, this is a 21 but it is not Blackjack. He may double down after splitting, but if he splits Aces he receives only one more card on each and doubling down is not possible in this case.
Insurance by a player is allowed only when the player has a Blackjack and the dealer has an Ace. The insurance stake must not exceed half the original stake and is paid at a 2-1 if the dealer gets a Blackjack. Insurance, if required, must be requested before the third card is dealt to any player.
In the event of a dispute the Inspector’s decision is final.