- Interim Settlement and Surrender
9.1 If a player achieves pontoon, the dealer, on completion of the initial deal, shall pay the pontoon at odds of 3 to 2 and remove the player’s cards to the discard rack before any further cards are dealt, regardless of the value of the dealer’s first card.
9.2 If a player has a point total of 21, the dealer (regardless of the value of the dealer’s first card) shall pay the wager at the appropriate odds as outlined in rule 11.1 and remove the player’s cards to the discard rack before any further cards are dealt, except in the case of a Super Bonus win as outlined in rule 11.2.
9.3 On completion of the initial deal, when the dealer’s first card is an ace, king, queen or jack, the dealer shall offer players, who have not been paid out for winning wagers, the option to surrender before drawing a second card to the dealer’s hand.
9.4 When the dealer achieves pontoon the surrender option shall be void on all players’ hands and the players shall lose their entire wagers.
9.5 When the dealer does not achieve pontoon, players accepting the surrender option shall forfeit half their wager at the completion of the dealer’s hand.
9.6 All players wagering on the box are bound by the decision of the player who is in control of the box in relation to the decision to surrender.
10.1 If the dealer’s first card is an ace, each player who has made an initial wager pursuant to rule 5.1 may make an insurance wager in accordance with these rules, which, subject to the rules, shall win if the dealer’s second card is a king, queen, or jack and lose if the dealer’s second card is an ace or a 2 to 9 inclusive.
10.2 Subject to rule 10.1 players who have achieved pontoon shall not be eligible to place an insurance wager.
10.3 If the dealer’s first card is an ace the Togel Hongkong dealer shall complete the initial deal and then:
(a) announce the word “Insurance” in a clearly audible voice; and
(b) at the same time run a hand along the insurance line.
Players may then make an insurance wager by placing, before any further cards are dealt, the amount of the wager on that part of the insurance line corresponding to the box in which the player’s initial wager was placed.
10.4 The amount of an insurance wager shall be:
(a) not more than half the amount staked in the player’s initial wager; and
(b) such that, if the wager wins, the dealer will be able to effect payment in chips.
10.5 All winning insurance wagers shall be paid at odds of 2 to1.
10.6 All losing insurance wagers shall be collected by the dealer immediately after the dealer’s second card is drawn and before any additional cards are drawn.
10.7 Notwithstanding the other provisions of these rules, if the hand in relation to which an insurance wager was made is voided for any reason the insurance wager shall also be void.
- Payout Odds
11.1 Winning pontoon wagers shall be paid as shown in the following table:
Pontoon 3 to 2
5 cards totalling 21 3 to 2
6,7,8 mixed suits 3 to 2
7,7,7 mixed suits 3 to 2
6 cards totalling 21 2 to 1
6,7,8 same suits (except spades) 2 to 1
7,7,7 same suits (except spades) 2 to 1
7 or more cards totalling 21 3 to 1
6,7,8 all spades 3 to 1
7,7,7 all spades 3 to 1
All other winning wagers 1 to 1
11.2 Super bonus winners shall be paid as shown in the following table:
Super Bonus 7,7,7 same suit and dealer’s first card any 7 $1000 if bet $2 to $24
$5000 if bet $25 or greater
11.3 All wagers (winning, losing or forfeited) other than the Super Bonus winner(s) on the round of play in which there is a Super Bonus winner as in rule 11.2, shall receive a bonus payment of $50.
11.4 Super Bonus payments are made in addition to the odds displayed in rule 11.1.