Must Be 21 - A Casino Game Where Players Bet Drinks Instead Of Cash

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Must Be 21 is a drinking game version of Blackjack. This decal gives an authentic casino feel with room for a dealer and up to five other players. All you need to play is a standard deck of playing cards, some friends, and drinks.

Standard size for this game is 34"x22" to fit any 2'x4' table. Easy-to-follow rules are embedded in the design.

Adhesive Backed Vinyl Decals - These decals are designed for a semi-permanent installation on the tables you already have. We use 3M High Performance Vinyl with Matte Lamination for vibrant colors and durability.

Installation: Clean table surface with Window Cleaner or All-Purpose Cleaner. Re-clean surface with Isopropyl Alcohol to remove any remaining residue. Center decal on table surface and secure in place with masking tape. Fold one half pf the decal back over itself peeling the decal away from the backing paper. Remove and discard exposed backing paper. Carefully apply decal to table's surface with vinyl applicator or credit card starting from the center and working towards the edges. Remove masking tape and repeat the process for the other half of the decal.

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• 2-6 Players.
• One standard deck of playing cards.
• A couple of coins for each player to mark their bets.
• Your favorite adult beverage(s).

• Dealing - Select one player to be the Dealer. The Dealer shuffles the deck and deals cards one at a time to all players starting from their immediate left and proceeding clockwise until all players two cards - players receive both of their cards face up, the Dealer cards are dealt with the first card face up and the second or hold card face down.
• Betting - After the cards are dealt, players place their coin marker on the number of drinks they would like to bet on their hand. Losing a hand means you drink that number, winning means you give out that number of drinks to any other player.
• Playing - The object of the game from the player's perspective is to win by having a hand where the cards total as close to 21 without going over. Number cards count as their face value, face cards (King, Queen and Jack) count as 10, Aces count as either 1 or 11 based on the players choice.
• Hit - Request additional cards one at a time until you are satisfied with your hand.
• Stand - A player, satisfied with their cards, ends their turn by standing.
• Bust - Any hand where the card value is greater than 21 is a bust and the player loses.
• Split - If a player is dealt a pair with their initial two cards they can choose to split them. The two cards are split up and an additional card is placed with each. This essentially gives the player two hands and doubles the bet.
• Doubling Down - Doubles the bet by agreeing to accept one additional card and then stand.
• Insurance - If the Dealer's face card is an Ace, players can place a second coin marker on the Insurance line. If the Dealer's hold card turns out to be a 10, players with markers on the Insurance line win 2:1.
• Dealer's Hand - Once all players stand, the Dealer's hand is resolved. The hold card is revealed. The Dealer must hit on any card total 16 or less and must stand on any card total 17 or greater.