|Double Exposure is a Blackjack Gold series game. Some times the game is also known by other names like ‘Dealer Disclosure’ or ‘Face Up 21’.The game was invented by Bob Stupak. Bob was the former owner of Vegas World and Stratosphere. It is played with eight regular decks of 52 playing cards which get shuffled before the beginning of each game. Double Exposure is a variation of blackjack where both dealer cards become exposed. Usually the rule changes which helps for compensation for the dealer. If conventional black jack is played properly it stands as one of the best bets in casino, even though house edge is greater than conventional blackjack.
|The main aim of the game is to win the Dealer’ hand by either by aiming on getting a hand which has a higher value which does not exceed 21 or it may occur when the Dealer’s hand goes bust. The main principles of Double Exposure Blackjack Gold is that one can bet only on one hand at a single time, the dealer deals with two face-up cards and also insurance is also not available. The differences of Double Exposure from Blackjack are that both the cards are exposed in the game of Double Exposure. The Dealer wins on all ties unless it’s a natural blackjack. The payout is even money in Double Exposure gaming. The house advantage is 0.69%.