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Cards

A single deck of 40 cards of the selected deck design is used. The deck is shuffled between games, and consists of 4 suits. Each card has a numeric value. Face cards are worth half a point each, whereas cards from the ace to seven are worth their nominal value, see below;

Napoletane

Suit1
Ace
2345678
Knave
9
Knight
10
King
DiamondsNapoletane Cards
Hearts
Spades
Clubs

Piacentine

Suit1
Ace
2345678
Knave
9
Knight
10
King
DiamondsPiacentine Cards
Hearts
Spades
Clubs

Siciliane

Suit1
Ace
2345678
Knave
9
Knight
10
King
CoinsSiciliane CardsSiciliane CardsSiciliane Cards
Cups
Swords
Clubs

Piemontesi

Suit1
Ace
2345678
Knave
9
Knight
10
King
Diamonds
(Coins)
Piemontesi Cards
Hearts
(Cups)
Spades
(Swords)
Clubs
(Clubs)

Genovesi

Suit1
Ace
2345678
Knave
9
Knight
10
King
Diamonds
(Coins)
Genovesi CardsGenovesi Cards
Hearts
(Cups)
Spades
(Swords)
Clubs
(Clubs)

International

Suit1
Ace
2345678
Knave
9
Knight
10
King
Diamonds
(Coins)
International Cards
Hearts
(Cups)
Spades
(Swords)
Clubs
(Clubs)

How to Play

  • Select the value of your chips. The currency will reflect the currency of your account. To select a chip value, simply click on the chip of the value you require on the edge of the table. The following chip values are available: 0.1, 0.5, 1, 5, 25, 100 and 250. By default the red 5 chip is selected.
  • To make your selection, click on the area of the table of your choice. Every click will place on the table a chip of the value you selected. Different chip values may be used on different bets by selecting a different chip value after each bet. For details on all bet controls available, see Game Controls.

    Each betting spot on the table is a separate bet.

  • Once you are happy with your selection, click on Deal and your bet will be placed.

The Banker (dealer) deals one card face down to each active betting spot, then one to himself.

  1. Player Hand Play
    For each of your hands, you may Hit and / or Stand.
    If your hand Bust's, it will be marked accordingly.
  2. Dealer Hand Play
    Once you have finished playing your hands, the Banker's unseen card is turned over.
    • If all your hands have Bust, the game ends.
      Otherwise the Banker may Hit and/or Stand.

Once the Banker’s hand has been played, the result of each of your hands is determined and any winnings are shown on the table.

Definitions

TermDefinition
Doppio 7
This is two 7's
Sette e Mezzo Realissimo
This is 7½ in two cards, one of the cards being the Joker. The Joker is the King of Coins in the Napoletane, Piacentine, and Siciliane deck designs, and the King of Diamonds in the Piemontesi, Genovesi and International deck designs
Sette e Mezzo Reale
This is 7½ in two cards, one 7 and one picture card
Sette e Mezzo Classic
This is 7½ in more than two cards

Winning Bets

Banker's Hand ValuePlayer's Hand ValueResult

Over 7½
Player hand Busts
Doppio 7
Doppio 7
Banker wins
Any hand except Doppio 7
Doppio 7
Player wins
8 or more
Not Bust
Player wins
Sette e Mezzo Realissimo
Sette e Mezzo RealeBanker wins
Sette e Mezzo Realissimo
Sette e Mezzo ClassicBanker wins
Sette e Mezzo RealeSette e Mezzo ClassicBanker wins
Sette e Mezzo RealeSette e Mezzo RealissimoPlayer wins
Sette e Mezzo ClassicSette e Mezzo RealissimoPlayer wins
Sette e Mezzo ClassicSette e Mezzo Reale
Player wins
Sette e Mezzo RealissimoSette e Mezzo Realissimo
Banker wins
Sette e Mezzo RealeSette e Mezzo Reale
Banker wins
Sette e Mezzo ClassicSette e Mezzo ClassicBanker wins
Sette e Mezzo Classic, Reale or Realissimo
Less than 7½Banker wins
Less than 7½
Sette e Mezzo Classic, Reale or RealissimoPlayer wins
Less than 7½
Equal to or lower than the Banker’s totalBanker wins
Less than 7½
Less than 7½ but higher than Banker’s totalPlayer wins

Example:

In the example below, moving from left to right, the first Player hand won as its value was higher than that of the Banker’s but not Bust. The second Player hand Bust as its value was higher than 7½, and the third Player hand won as its value was higher than the Banker’s but not Bust.

Sette e Mezzo Game Screen

In the example below, moving from left to right, the first Player hand Bust as its total was more than 7½. The second Player hand lost as its value was the same as the Banker’s, and the third Player hand won as its value was 7½, ie not Bust and a higher value than that of the Banker’s hand. The third hand is also marked as ‘Sette e Mezzo Reale’ as it consists of 7½ in two cards, one 7 and one picture card.

Sette e Mezzo Game Screen

Payouts

Wager
Odds Payout
Winning Hand
2.00
Sette e Mezzo Reale
3.00
Sette e Mezzo Realissimo
3.00
Doppio 7
4.00

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