Take on the dealer and get the feel of the famous casinos in Vegas Strip Blackjack.
Simply choose a chip from the rack at the bottom of the table and then place it in the required section in order to place a wager.
Press and hold the space bar while clicking on a chip and your bet will be removed.
Click ‘Clear’ and it will remove all of your bets from the table.
Hit ‘Deal’ and your game of Vegas Strip Blackjack will commence.
Repeat and deal - your bet from the previous game will be repeated
Let ‘em ride - this will place a bet using the winnings you achieved in the lat game. This option is not available if you bought insurance in the most recent game
Double - Click ‘Double’ to double the amount bet on your hand. In Vegas Strip Blackjack, you can do this with any two cards
How to Win Blackjack
A winning blackjack hand is the one that totals closest to 21, without exceeding that value.
If the first two cards you draw are an Ace paired with a 10 or picture card, you win blackjack and are paid out at 150% of your initial bet, and this hand cannot be beaten.
The cards all score their own numerical value with the picture cards all worth 10, while the Ace can score 1 or 11, and it will adopt the value that helps your hand more.
There are many different features available in this game.
Splitting - if two cards of the same value are dealt to you, you will be able to split them, forming two separate hands. When splitting, you must place the same wager on both hands, with each card played as a normal hand.
Doubling Down - your original bet is doubled once you have seen your initial two cards. You may only draw one more card after you doubled.
If you double down and then win, you will be paid out for your original wager, as well as your double bet.
If the dealer draws blackjack after you have split or doubled, you lose your whole wager.
Insurance - if the dealer’s first card is an Ace, you can buy insurance to protect your hand. This will cost you half of your original wager - if the dealer does draw blackjack, you are paid out at 2:1 for your insurance bet, but you lose your initial wager.
If the dealer does not have blackjack, your insurance bet is lost, and the hand will play out as normal.
Surrender - the surrender option gives you the opportunity to walk away from your hand after it has been dealt; the price of this is half of your original wager.
Four Decks - four decks of cards are used in Vegas Strip Blackjack, which should improve your win expectation by 0.6% compared to an eight-deck game.
Stand on All 17 - The dealer must stand on all 17’s in Vegas Strip Blackjack, which makes your chances of winning slightly improved.
Return To Player
Return To Player (RTP): 99.65%.
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 $99.65 of wins.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.