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I specifically like to know whether the dealer reveals his hole card when you bust in Atlantic City casinos (if the dealer doesn't have Blackjack).

Or does the dealer just pull the card away without turning it over?

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Typically, you are not the only player at the table. So if ANYone stays, the blackjack dealer must reveal his hole card to that person/people.

But if everyone busts, that's a different story.

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If everyone busts the dealer does NOT reveal the hole card? –  Jackmc1047 Mar 29 at 16:57
    
@Jackmc1047 - depending on the casino (or other setting), will determine whether or not it must be shown. If all players bust, though, why would they have to? –  warren Mar 31 at 16:25
    
@warren Obviously, it's to their advantage not to. I'm trying to build a Blackjack simulator that can also teach card counting so I'm trying to use the same rules and practices that Atlantic City casinos use. –  Jackmc1047 Apr 3 at 17:55

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