Try your hand at Live Blackjack for a chance to discover two awesome side bets, with even higher payouts.
Compete against a live dealer for a chance of winning at Live Blackjack.
Discover two exciting side bets, Perfect Pairs and 21+3, while trying to form the best hand possible.
The aim of the game is to achieve a hand closer in value to 21 than the dealer, without 'busting'.
How to Play
Up to seven players can participate at a time, but you will only ever compete against the dealer.
This game is played with eight standard 52-card decks.
When the betting time is up, all players will be dealt one card face-up, followed by the dealer.
Players will then be dealt a second card each, also face-up, ending with the dealer, whose second card will be dealt face-down.
The sum of your first two cards will be displayed next to your hand.
In Live Blackjack, cards are worth the following values:
Blackjack is the best hand possible.
It is awarded when your initial hand equals 21 exactly.
Blackjack games offer three standard betting options, all of which are available in this game:
The two optional side bets featured in this game are Perfect Pairs and 21+3.
Read on for more information about each.
Gives you a chance of winning if your initial hand consists of one of the following three pairs:
Each type of pair has its own payout:
Perfect Pairs Payout
The second side bet available in this game, it offers you a chance to win if your initial hand, as well as the dealer's face-up card, form one of the below:
See the table below for all of the different 21+3 payouts.
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It possible to bet on another player's hand using this feature.
Win or lose, you will share the outcome of their hand.
This icon identifies the player with the longest winning streak.
The number in the gold medal lets you know how many consecutive hands they have won.
Return to Player
The optimal theoretical payout percentage is:
Blackjack - 99.28%
Perfect Pairs Bet - 95.90%
21+3 Bet - 96.30%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take $100 of wagers we will, on average pay out $99.28 of wins in Blackjack, $95.90 on Perfect Pairs bets, and $96.30 on 21+3 bets.