Vegas Downtown Blackjack

Head to the strip and try to beat the dealer in Vegas Downtown Blackjack.

    Vegas Downtown Blackjack - Game Overview

    To place a wager, select a chip at the bottom of your screen and click on a designated area of the table.

    Hold the space bar and click on the chips you would like to remove in order to reduce your bet.

    In order to erase all of your bets, select the ‘Clear’ button.

    Click ‘Deal’ and the game will begin.

    Betting Options

    • Repeat and Deal – your bet from the last game is repeated
    • Let ‘em Ride – the total amount you won on the last hand is placed as a wager
    • Double – your stake from the previous game is doubled, as long as you don't exceed the table limit

    How to Win Blackjack

    A winning hand in blackjack is the one that equals closest to 21 without exceeding it.

    An Ace paired with a 10 or picture card in your original hand is called blackjack, and this will be paid out at 150% of your wager.

    The picture cards are valued at 10, while all the other cards are worth their face value.

    An Ace is more flexible as it can score 1 or 11, depending on which will be most beneficial to your hand.

    If your hand is worth exactly the same as the dealer’s, your wager is refunded, unless one of the hands is blackjack.


    In this game, you are able to split your hand if you two receive two cards of an identical value.

    You must double your bet in order to do this.

    Doubling Down

    Doubling down gives you the opportunity to double your original bet after you have been dealt your first two cards. 

    Once you have selected the double down option, only one more card will be dealt to you.

    If you opt to double down and win, your payout is for your entire doubled stake.

    If the dealer gets blackjack after you have split or doubled, you lose your whole wager.


    If the dealer’s first card is an Ace, you can buy insurance in order to protect your hand.

    The price of insurance is half of your original wager, so if your initial bet was $10, you must wager an extra $5 on top of that.

    Insurance will only cover your original wager, so if you double down, you will not be covered.

    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 99.62%.

    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 $99.62 of wins.

    This return is based on you making the right choices.