October 6, 2013
Kewadin St. Ignace
Wow us with your blackjack skills during our weekly Blackjack Blitz tournaments each Sunday in Kewaidn St. Ignace!
Each Sunday the game will be 4 Deck Shoe Blackjack. Winners are paid cash prizes for 1st through 3rd places with 100% payback on all entry fees. as follows: 1st Place 50%, 2nd Place 30% and 3rd Place, 20%.
Players can register at the Blackjack Pit each Sunday from 10 – 11:30 a.m. by paying a $20 registration fee. Tournament action starts at noon!
Each Sunday registration will begin at 10:00a.m. and end at 11:30a.m. with tournament action beginning at noon.
All participants will receive $1000 in tournament chips at the start of play.
Participants must leave all chips in open view of other players and Tournament officials at all times.
Table limits are $50 to $500.
Blackjack pays 2 to 1.
You may not take insurance when the dealer shows an ace, you may choose to surrender only at that time.
Betting is done in $10 increments
Participants must meet required minimum bet on each hand.
Any ties will be determined by a five-hand playoff.
A participant running out of chips or unable to meet the table minimum will be eliminated.
Preliminary rounds will consist of 21 hand, semi final round and final round will consist of 14 hands.
In the preliminary rounds 2 participants from each table advance to semi-final round and 1 participant from each table in the semi-final advances to the final round with 1 high chip count from all tables
100% payback on all entry fees.
Double down card will be dealt face up and when splitting Aces you only get one card and you may double down
All decisions by tournament officials are final.
Disqualifications are not entitled to refunds.
This promotion is subject to cancellation at management’s discretion.
This promotion is subject to change at the review and approval of Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians Gaming Commission.
Players must have a Northern Rewards Card to participate.
Kewadin Casino employees are eligible to participate if off the clock and out of uniform. Team member Gaming Standard Operating Procedures must be followed.