Blackjack, or 21 as it is also known, is one of the most well-known table games – and it’s easy to see why! The game is very straightforward, easy to play and best of all, fun! And the promise of a massive cash win doesn’t hurt either.
Everything about this version of Blackjack looks sleek, modern and professional with up-to-date graphics and realistic sound effects. While some versions of table-top games set the scene using music, this game goes for a far more simplistic approach. The result is that it’s actually far easier to concentrate on the game in front of you, which is what you want when you’re looking to land a big win. If you like casino games like Three Wheel Roulette and other versions of Blackjack, then this game will be right up your street.
How To Play
Start by placing your bets! To do this, check out the chips in the bottom left of the screen. Each chip is a different denomination – 1, 5, 25 and 100. Select a chip denomination, then click on the centre circle to place a bet – you can, of course, place multiple chips of multiple denominations, so your actual bet can be whatever you want.
Then, click the yellow icon from the selection of icons at the bottom of the screen to deal. You will receive two cards, as will the dealer, and neither of you can see the other’s cards. You then have a choice between sticking with these two cards in a single hand or splitting them into two separate hands. If you go for the latter, your bet will be doubled and one card will be added to each hand, giving you two cards of two hands altogether. If you choose the former, then your bet and hand will stay the same, giving you just one chance to win.
Depending on how many hands you have, you will then be offered each hand in turn and given the option of either keeping it as it is or adding another card to it. You can add as many cards as you wish, and the aim of the game is to get as close to 21 as possible without going over. Once you’ve chosen all of your cards, the dealer can choose to add to their hand or keep it as it is and reveal their cards. For any hand which is higher than the dealer’s without going bust, you win a prize. However, for any hands lower than the dealer or over 21, the dealer gets to take your money.
If you own an iOS, Android or Windows Phone device then you will no doubt be pleased to know that Blackjack is compatible with these formats, as well as on your desktop. So you can play and win, no matter where you are – and even when you’re on the move!
Return To Player
This game has a theoretical RTP of 99.60% which means for every £100 wagered it will pay out £99.60. Malfunction voids all pays and play.