Keep your cards close to your chest as you play the dealer at this classic casino game. Make your bet and make sure you don't go bust as you aim for that magic payout number in Blackjack!
This classic card game has been played in casinos for years and now, thanks to technology, you can play the game from the comfort of your own home, all whilst feeling like you're at a live casino! The game layout is exactly like a casino table, and you have the option to place your chips yourself, which is a nice added touch. If you love your blackjack but fancy something a bit different from the norm, then why not opt for Win Blackjack instead?
How To Play
The aim of the game is not to go above 21! But before you can even be dealt your cards, you must place a wager. First select your chip value and place it on the betting table - you'll have to abide by the minimum wagering rules though. In this game, the minimum bet is 50p and maximum bet is £50 per turn. Once you're happy with the wager, select the DEAL button to begin playing.
From here you'll be dealt 2 cards - you'll only be able to see your cards and one of the dealer's, adding to the anticipation factor! The aim of the game is to come away with a total card value of 21 - go over that and you're bust! Be close to (but under) 21, but have a card value higher than the dealer to win a hand. A blackjack is where you manage to get 21 in your first 2 cards dealt. Face cards count as 10 and Aces can be 1 or 11, so an Ace and Face is inevitably what you're looking for here.
For more cards, press HIT to increase your card value by one card at a time, and when you're happy with the total value displayed on your cards press STAND and prepare to see if you've beat the dealer!
You have the option of an insurance bet if the dealer's face up card is an Ace. You can then accept or reject this, though your wager will automatically increase by 50% if you opt for an insurance bet. The best case scenario is that the dealer's other card wouldn't give them a Blackjack, so the play continues. If it's the opposite, it's game over.
If your hand deals you two cards of equal value, you have the option of splitting them in 2. You'll need to increase your wager to do this, but you'll have double the fun and double the chance to beat the dealer in one hand.
Return To Player
This game has a theoretical RTP of 99.6% which means for every £100 wagered it will pay out £99.60.