Super 9 utilizes 12 decks with all of the 7s, 8s, 9s, and 10s removed for a total of 432 cards.
The object of the game is to get as close to 9 as possible. All cards have their face value and picture cards are worth 0. Hands that total over 9 have their 10s digit number removed. For example, a 6, 6, 4 would not be 16, but 6.
Any player can become the designated Player/Dealer. The remaining players will each play their hands against the Player/Dealer's hand. The Player/Dealer is the only opponent. The Player/Dealer is determined in a new game by starting at seat #1, continuing clockwise. Each player in turn has the opportunity to become the Player/Dealer. As the Player/Dealer, you have the option to be the Player/Dealer for two consecutive hands. You may play one hand and pass the Player/ Dealer option, or you may pass the option completely.
After making a base bet, with an optional BC bonus, super tie bonus, or Dragon 9 bonus, players and the player/dealer are given 3 cards each. Action is determined by shaking a dice cup containing 3 dice. Action is counted clockwise using the bank as 1, 9, and 17. If action lands on an empty seat, it is moved to the next occupied spot. The action spot will receive the first card, and dealing will continue clockwise 1 card at a time until every seat has 3 cards. The action spot will also be mark where the bank starts to make payoffs.
Players must hit their hands on totals of 0-4, and must stand on 7-9. They have options to hit or stay on 5 and 6. After each player decides to hit (take 1 extra card) or stay, a card is given to the hands set to hit starting from the first seat clockwise after the bank, and continuing clockwise. The bank hand is then opened, and a draw card is taken if necessary. Player's hands are then compared to the bank's hand; a value closer to 9 will win, and a value further from 9 will lose. If the player and the banker tie, then the hand is a push. Exception, when the player and dealer tie on 0, the hand is a loss.
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