In this popular spin-off game, "World Series of Blackjack," four celebrities compete to go against the dealer by coming closer to 21 points a hand, without going over. Number cards (including the 10) are worth their face value, face cards are worth 10 (meaning a jack, king or queen), and the ace is worth either 1 or 11 points (on a contestant's choice). In every round, each celebrity will be staked $100,000. For hands 1-11, the minimum wager is $1,000 and the maximum wager will be $25,000. Starting with hand 11, the minimum wager will be increased to $5,000 and no celebrity can make any maximum wagers at this point, therefore a contestant can wager everything they have on a given hand. If a celebrity accumulates 5 cards without going over 21, that celebrity is an automatic winner and instantly receives a payment of 1:1 on their bet. Also on deck, each card contains 6 jokers. When a contestant is dealt a joker card as one of the first 2 cards, they will have a decision to replace that ...
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