Doubling Down: If after the deal you feel you can win with the first two cards and only one more card, you may double your bet.
Splitting Pairs: If the first two cards you are dealt have the same value, you can split the two cards and play each hand individually. You must bet the same amount on the split hand as you did on the original hand. If your next card is of equal value to the first pair, you may split again. Splitting pairs may be done up to a total of four hands. Aces may be split only once. You may also "Double Down" on the first two cards of each hand after the split, except when splitting Aces.
Insurance: If the dealer's up card is an Ace, you can take insurance. You're betting that the dealer's facedown card will be of ten-value. You may bet one-half of your original wager, but a winning insurance bet pays 2 to 1. If the dealer does not have a blackjack, the insurance bet is taken and the game continues.
Perfect Pairs: Perfect Pairs is an optional side bet placed at the same time as the opening wagers in the basic game. The Perfect Pairs wager means that the first two cards dealt to a hand will be a pair of the same value (for example, a pair of twos, threes, four etc).
Two Deck Pitch: Two Deck Pitch is played just like blackjack but with two decks. It has the same rules as regular blackjack.