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Single Deck MH Blackjack Online PNG

Single Deck MH – Single Deck BlackJack / Multi Hands

Play this online blackjack game at Play n Go Casinos

In Blackjack, your objective is to get a hand with a value closer to 21 than the dealer’s. If your hand exceeds 21, you “bust” and lose your bet. If the dealer busts, you win. All normal wins pays 1:1.
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Single Deck Blackjack MH
Unfinished Games

If your game round is disrupted, all game information and placed bets are stored until you re-open the game. You may continue your unfinished round from the point of interruption. Malfunction voids all pays and plays.
Placing Bets

To place a bet, click on the desired chip and then click the game table in the location you wish to place the chip. The chip will be added to your total bet. All bets must conform to the table limits. To remove a bet, select the ‘X’ chip and then click the chip you wish to remove. To remove all bets, click CLEAR ALL.
Game Rules

In Blackjack, your objective is to get a hand with a value closer to 21 than the dealer’s. If your hand exceeds 21, you “bust” and lose your bet. If the dealer busts, you win. All normal wins pays 1:1.

To calculate the value of your hand, your cards are summed according to the following rules:

Cards numbered 2 through 10 are worth their face values.
Jacks, queens and kings are worth 10.
An ace is worth either 1 or 11, whichever is more advantageous.
The suit of the card is of no importance in Blackjack.

The table rules used are as follows:

Cards are re-shuffled after each round.
The dealer stands on all 17s.
You can only split a hand once.
You receive only one additional card for a split ace.
A hand that totals 21 after splitting is considered 21, not blackjack.
Play up to three hands.
Played with 1 deck.
Double on any 2 cards.
Late surrender
Blackjack pays 6:5.
It is possible to Double after a Split, except when splitting Aces, following the table rules.
After all the initial cards have been dealt, the dealer is allowed to peek at their face-down card if they have a chance for Blackjack.

Actions

Rebet – Places the same initial bet as in the preceding round.
Deal – Starts the round after a bet has been placed.
Hit – Click HIT to be dealt an additional card. You can click HIT multiple times before clicking STAND.
Chip – Select the chip you wish to bet.
“X” Chip – Click the “X” chip on any placed chip to remove your bet.
Stand – Press “Stand” if you are satisfied with the value of your hand and desire no additional cards. (You automatically stand on a hand that totals 21.)
Split – If your first two cards are of the same value (for example: 8 and 8 or J and K), you may split them into 2 separate hands by placing a second wager of equal value on the second hand. You then proceed to play one hand at a time.
Double – After receiving your first two cards, you can double your bet. You will be dealt only one additional card to complete your hand.
Blackjack – When the first two dealt cards total 21, the hand is a blackjack. Blackjack beats a hand comprised of three or more cards that total 21.
Bust – You “bust” and automatically lose your wager if the total value of your hand exceeds 21. If the dealer busts, you automatically win the game round.
Insurance – When the dealer’s first card is an ace, you have the option of placing an Insurance side bet, equal to half of your initial bet. If the dealer has blackjack, you win 2 to 1 on your Insurance bet and the round ends. If the dealer does not have blackjack, you lose your Insurance bet and the round proceeds as usual.
Surrender – After the first two cards, you can forfeit your hand to lose only half your bet.
Push – When the value of the dealer’s hand is 17-21 and matches the value of your hand, the game results in a push and your bet is returned.

Double Exposure MH Play n Go

Double Exposure MH – Double Exposure BlackJack / Multi Hands

Play this online blackjack game at Play n Go Casinos

In Blackjack, your objective is to get a hand with a value closer to 21 than the dealer’s. If your hand exceeds 21, you “bust” and lose your bet. If the dealer busts, you win. All normal wins pays 1:1.
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Double Exposure MH
Unfinished Games

If your game round is disrupted, all game information and placed bets are stored until you re-open the game. You may continue your unfinished round from the point of interruption. Malfunction voids all pays and plays.
Placing Bets

To place a bet, click on the desired chip and then click the game table in the location you wish to place the chip. The chip will be added to your total bet. All bets must conform to the table limits. To remove a bet, select the ‘X’ chip and then click the chip you wish to remove. To remove all bets, click CLEAR ALL.
Game Rules

In Blackjack, your objective is to get a hand with a value closer to 21 than the dealer’s. If your hand exceeds 21, you “bust” and lose your bet. If the dealer busts, you win. All normal wins pays 1:1.

To calculate the value of your hand, your cards are summed according to the following rules:

Cards numbered 2 through 10 are worth their face values.
Jacks, queens and kings are worth 10.
An ace is worth either 1 or 11, whichever is more advantageous.
The suit of the card is of no importance in Blackjack.

The table rules used are as follows:

Cards are re-shuffled after each round.
The dealer stands on all 17s.
You can only split a hand once.
You receive only one additional card for a split ace.
A hand that totals 21 after splitting is considered 21, not blackjack.
Play up to three hands.
Played with 6 decks.
Double on hard 9-11.
No doubling after splitting.
Both of the dealer’s initial cards are dealt face up.
Blackjack pays 1:1.
Dealer wins on all ties, except on a tied blackjack.
You win if you and the dealer both have blackjack.

Actions

Rebet – Places the same initial bet as in the preceding round.
Deal – Starts the round after a bet has been placed.
Hit – Click HIT to be dealt an additional card. You can click HIT multiple times before clicking STAND.
Chip – Select the chip you wish to bet.
“X” Chip – Click the “X” chip on any placed chip to remove your bet.
Stand – Press “Stand” if you are satisfied with the value of your hand and desire no additional cards. (You automatically stand on a hand that totals 21.)
Split – If your first two cards are of the same value (for example: 8 and 8 or J and K), you may split them into 2 separate hands by placing a second wager of equal value on the second hand. You then proceed to play one hand at a time.
Double – After receiving your first two cards, you can double your bet. You will be dealt only one additional card to complete your hand.
Blackjack – When the first two dealt cards total 21, the hand is a blackjack. Blackjack beats a hand comprised of three or more cards that total 21.
Bust – You “bust” and automatically lose your wager if the total value of your hand exceeds 21. If the dealer busts, you automatically win the game round.
Push – When the value of the dealer’s hand is 17-21 and matches the value of your hand, the dealer wins. If you and the dealer both have blackjack, you win.

European BlackJack MH Play n Go

European BlackJack MH – European BlackJack / Multi Hands

Play this online blackjack game at Play n Go Casinos

In Blackjack, your objective is to get a hand with a value closer to 21 than the dealer’s. If your hand exceeds 21, you “bust” and lose your bet. If the dealer busts, you win. All normal wins pays 1:1.

European Blackjack MH
Unfinished Games

If your game round is disrupted, all game information and placed bets are stored until you re-open the game. You may continue your unfinished round from the point of interruption. Malfunction voids all pays and plays.
Placing Bets

To place a bet, click on the desired chip and then click the game table in the location you wish to place the chip. The chip will be added to your total bet. All bets must conform to the table limits. To remove a bet, select the ‘X’ chip and then click the chip you wish to remove. To remove all bets, click CLEAR ALL.
Game Rules

In Blackjack, your objective is to get a hand with a value closer to 21 than the dealer’s. If your hand exceeds 21, you “bust” and lose your bet. If the dealer busts, you win. All normal wins pays 1:1.

To calculate the value of your hand, your cards are summed according to the following rules:

Cards numbered 2 through 10 are worth their face values.
Jacks, queens and kings are worth 10.
An ace is worth either 1 or 11, whichever is more advantageous.
The suit of the card is of no importance in Blackjack.

The table rules used are as follows:

Cards are re-shuffled after each round.
The dealer stands on all 17s.
You can only split a hand once.
You receive only one additional card for a split ace.
A hand that totals 21 after splitting is considered 21, not blackjack.
Play up to three hands.
Played with 6 decks.
Double on hard 9-11.
No peek
The dealer only receives one initial face-up card, and does not peek for Blackjack.
Blackjack pays 3:2.
It is possible to Double after a Split, except when splitting Aces, following the table rules.

Actions

Rebet – Places the same initial bet as in the preceding round.
Deal – Starts the round after a bet has been placed.
Hit – Click HIT to be dealt an additional card. You can click HIT multiple times before clicking STAND.
Chip – Select the chip you wish to bet.
“X” Chip – Click the “X” chip on any placed chip to remove your bet.
Stand – Press “Stand” if you are satisfied with the value of your hand and desire no additional cards. (You automatically stand on a hand that totals 21.)
Split – If your first two cards are of the same value (for example: 8 and 8 or J and K), you may split them into 2 separate hands by placing a second wager of equal value on the second hand. You then proceed to play one hand at a time.
Double – After receiving your first two cards, you can double your bet. You will be dealt only one additional card to complete your hand.
Blackjack – When the first two dealt cards total 21, the hand is a blackjack. Blackjack beats a hand comprised of three or more cards that total 21.
Bust – You “bust” and automatically lose your wager if the total value of your hand exceeds 21. If the dealer busts, you automatically win the game round.
Insurance – When the dealer’s first card is an ace, you have the option of placing an Insurance side bet, equal to half of your initial bet. If the dealer has blackjack, you win 2 to 1 on your Insurance bet and the round ends. If the dealer does not have blackjack, you lose your Insurance bet and the round proceeds as usual.
Push – When the value of the dealer’s hand is 17-21 and matches the value of your hand, the game results in a push and your bet is returned.

Play n Go BlackJack MH

BlackJack MH – BlackJack Table Game / Multiple Hands

Play this online blackjack game at Play n Go Casinos

In Blackjack, your objective is to get a hand with a value closer to 21 than the dealer’s. If your hand exceeds 21, you “bust” and lose your bet. If the dealer busts, you win. All normal wins pays 1:1.

Classic Blackjack MH
Unfinished Games

If your game round is disrupted, all game information and placed bets are stored until you re-open the game. You may continue your unfinished round from the point of interruption. Malfunction voids all pays and plays.
Placing Bets

To place a bet, click on the desired chip and then click the game table in the location you wish to place the chip. The chip will be added to your total bet. All bets must conform to the table limits. To remove a bet, select the ‘X’ chip and then click the chip you wish to remove. To remove all bets, click CLEAR ALL.
Game Rules

In Blackjack, your objective is to get a hand with a value closer to 21 than the dealer’s. If your hand exceeds 21, you “bust” and lose your bet. If the dealer busts, you win. All normal wins pays 1:1.

To calculate the value of your hand, your cards are summed according to the following rules:

Cards numbered 2 through 10 are worth their face values.
Jacks, queens and kings are worth 10.
An ace is worth either 1 or 11, whichever is more advantageous.
The suit of the card is of no importance in Blackjack.

The table rules used are as follows:

Cards are re-shuffled after each round.
The dealer stands on all 17s.
You can only split a hand once.
You receive only one additional card for a split ace.
A hand that totals 21 after splitting is considered 21, not blackjack.
Play up to three hands.
Played with 6 decks.
Double on any 2 cards.
Blackjack pays 3:2.
It is possible to Double after a Split, except when splitting Aces, following the table rules.
After all the initial cards have been dealt, the dealer is allowed to peek at their face-down card if they have a chance for Blackjack.

Actions

Rebet – Places the same initial bet as in the preceding round.
Deal – Starts the round after a bet has been placed.
Hit – Click HIT to be dealt an additional card. You can click HIT multiple times before clicking STAND.
Chip – Select the chip you wish to bet.
“X” Chip – Click the “X” chip on any placed chip to remove your bet.
Stand – Press “Stand” if you are satisfied with the value of your hand and desire no additional cards. (You automatically stand on a hand that totals 21.)
Split – If your first two cards are of the same value (for example: 8 and 8 or J and K), you may split them into 2 separate hands by placing a second wager of equal value on the second hand. You then proceed to play one hand at a time.
Double – After receiving your first two cards, you can double your bet. You will be dealt only one additional card to complete your hand.
Blackjack – When the first two dealt cards total 21, the hand is a blackjack. Blackjack beats a hand comprised of three or more cards that total 21.
Bust – You “bust” and automatically lose your wager if the total value of your hand exceeds 21. If the dealer busts, you automatically win the game round.
Insurance – When the dealer’s first card is an ace, you have the option of placing an Insurance side bet, equal to half of your initial bet. If the dealer has blackjack, you win 2 to 1 on your Insurance bet and the round ends. If the dealer does not have blackjack, you lose your Insurance bet and the round proceeds as usual.
Push – When the value of the dealer’s hand is 17-21 and matches the value of your hand, the game results in a push and your bet is returned.

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BEAT ME – Deck Your Opponent

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You don’t need muscle or military might to successfully challenge and beat the dealer in this simple yet spine-tingling card game from Play’n GO.

You emerge the victor straight away with a higher card, so let’s hope a flying ace comes out fighting for your side! If your card meets its match in a tie, you can opt to peacefully surrender to the enemy and lose only half your bet, or you can double the stakes and prepare for a second decisive card battle.

A thrilling complementary betting option allows you to win a tremendous 10:1 on the side in the event of a tie!
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Beat Me
Unfinished Games

If your game round is disrupted, all game information and placed bets are stored until you re-open the game. You may continue your unfinished round from the point of interruption. Malfunction voids all pays and plays.
Placing Bets

To place a bet, click on the desired chip and then click the game table in the location you wish to place the chip. The chip will be added to your total bet. All bets must conform to the table limits. To remove a bet, select the ‘X’ chip and then click the chip you wish to remove. To remove all bets, click CLEAR ALL.
Game Rules

In Beat Me, you and the dealer are each dealt one card. If your card has a higher value, you win even money (1:1) on your bet. If your card ties with the dealer’s, you can either surrender half your bet or go to war. A winning side bet placed on a tie pays 10:1, but you cannot place a lone tie bet.

Cards are ranked by their face values. Aces are high.

If you go to war, you place an additional war bet, equal to your initial bet. You and the dealer are each dealt one additional card. If your card beats the dealer’s, your war bet pays even money (1:1) and your initial bet is a push. If the cards tie, your war bet pays 1:1 and your initial bet pays 1:1.

Played with 6 decks.

Cards are re-shuffled after each round.
Actions

Go to War – Places an additional war bet equal to your initial bet. New cards are dealt and compared to determine the winner.
Surrender – Forfeits half of your bet, and the game round ends.
Deal – Starts the round after a bet has been placed.
Rebet – Places the same initial bet as in the preceding round.
Clear All – Removes all bets placed on the table.
Chip – Select the chip you wish to bet.
“X” Chip – Click the “X” chip on any placed chip to remove your bet.

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The core game is endlessly entertaining, plus added-value features such as Pre-Decision, Side Bets, and Bet Behind quicken the pace and pulse still further and add huge scalability. Direct Game Launch allows players to link directly to the live games from operators’ marketing campaigns via web pages, emails or texts in addition to having access to the full selection of tables in the Live Lobby. There are exciting App opportunities too, for proven and significant increases to KPIs.
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As fast and as fun as it gets, our core Live Blackjack game offers the largest number of standard and VIP tables from a single source for players on multiple devices.

Players take their place at one of 7 seats at each live table. An unlimited number of players can also ‘Bet Behind’. Our friendly, professional dealers greet players and interact throughout the game. Real cards are dealt, with bets placed via the easy-to-use interface as players try to achieve a hand that’s closer to 21 than the dealer’s hand. It’s really simple to enjoy the core game with its choice of game views including full-screen video, and optional Insurance, Double Down and Split Pair bets.

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Rich betting features for the main 7 players at the table include 21+3 and Perfect Pairs side bets, Insurance, Doubling Down, Splitting Pairs, and Pre-Decision.

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Bet Behind

Bet Behind allows a virtually limitless number of players to bet behind the main 7 players seated at each Live Blackjack table. This adds massive multi-player scalability and huge revenue potential.

Players can bet behind while they wait for one of the 7 main seats. Alternatively, a player in one of the main seats can choose to bet behind any other seat.

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For waiting players who choose to bet behind, the option to place a main bet (‘Sit Here’) will still be available when one of the main 7 seats becomes free.
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Perfect Pairs and 21+3 Side Bets add extra interest and betting opportunities – with each player given the chance to turn on these exciting extra betting spots as they enter the table.

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Online Blackjack Guide

Blackjack may be a casino classic, but when playing online a little knowledge and skill will go a long way to maximising your winnings.
Our expert guide tells you when to hit, when to stand and how to discover the best online casino blackjack experience there is.

Blackjack Basics

Blackjack, also known as twenty-one, is a card game played between player and dealer, rather than between two players. The dealer and player are each drawn two cards, which are added together to give an initial score. The aim of the game is to be as close to 21 as possible, without going over (going ‘bust’).

The closest score wins, so the player needs to be closer than the dealer. Players can ask for more cards (or ‘hit’) to get closer to the target, or they can ‘stand’ and hope that their current total is sufficient. The difficulty of the game lies in knowing which risk to take.

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How to Play Blackjack Like an Expert

Stick to these 4 simple principles and you will be playing blackjack like a pro in no time:

When to Hit or Stand

The trick of blackjack is knowing whether to stand or hit, simple as that. This is the single decision the player makes in the game and it decides everything. This all rests on taking a risk; is your current score close enough to 21 to beat the dealer’s score? The dealer might pull a great card on his next hit. But, the closer you get to 21, the higher the risk that drawing another card will take you over the limit.

When your starting total is low, especially if it’s 11 or lower, then you have nothing to lose by hitting. Even the highest card of 10 will only take you to 21. Remember that you don’t actually have to hit 21 to win, you just need to end up closest to it- or wait and see if the dealer goes bust before you do. Many players will not hit on a hard total of 17, as the likelihood of going bust is getting too high at that point.

The Value of Aces

The best position to be in is to have an Ace. This is where the term ‘hard’ makes more sense; a ‘hard’ hand does not have an ace, but a ‘soft’ hand does. The reason for this is that the Ace can be 1 or 11. Should you have a 5, 7 and an Ace, then you simultaneously have a total of 13 and 23. You’re only able to keep playing because the Ace’s value isn’t set in stone. Because you can turn the 11 to a 1 in case of emergency, it’s possible to take more risk with a soft hand.

When to Double

Another advanced option is to ‘double’. Players are given the option to increase their original bet, in exchange for taking one more card, then standing regardless of the outcome. Naturally, this can be lucrative but involves more risk. This is best done with an Ace and a low card, or on an 11, especially if the dealer has less than 10.

Effective Splitting

A ‘split’ involves separating your hand into two. This is possible if your first two cards are the same value, plus you must make another bet on the second hand. The two hands are then treated distinctly, with separate wagers. This is very handy if you have two strong starting cards, such as two Aces, meaning that you now have two strong hands.

Win at Blackjack – Our Top Tips

“Don’t just race for 21, remember that you can win by letting the dealer bust.”

“If you have an Ace, you have a lot more leeway to hit.”

“Don’t be afraid to stand on a good score, around 12-16, if the dealer is on a low score like 2-6.”

Blackjack Strategy

Use our handy chart below to help you decide what to do in each scenario. Simply match up the dealers card (top) with your hand (left) to reveal your next move.

  • S=Stand
  • H=Hit
  • DD=Double Down
  • P=Split
  • H/P=Split if allowed to double afterwards, otherwise hit
  • H/R=Surrender if allowed, otherwise hit

How to Improve Your Chances of Winning

The ultimate key to blackjack is knowing when to stand or hit. There’s a reason why the dealer is not made to hit after reaching 17; at this point, the next card out needs to be 4 or less to not go bust, but of course it could be 1-10 or a face card. The odds of success are rapidly diminishing.

Watching the dealer’s card will help you to make this choice, knowing that you’re trying to beat the dealer or make them go bust, not necessarily trying to hit 21. You can also make decisions based on the composition of your hand. The individual cards in play do have an effect on probability. For example, if you have a 10 in your hand then the odds of drawing another 10 are naturally lowered, ever so slightly. This process can help a little, but mainly in a single-deck game.

Blackjack Rules

The Using a standard 52 card deck, the dealer will draw two random cards for both themselves and the player (only one of the dealer’s cards are shown). The numerical values are added together, so a 5 of Club and a 6 of Diamonds makes a starting score of 11. All face cards (King, Queen, Jack) are counted as 10, while an Ace can be 1 or 11. The objective is to have a score as close to 21 as possible, but not over.

The trick of blackjack is the choice that comes next; if nobody has already hit 21 from their opening cards (called a ‘natural’ or simply ‘blackjack’) then the player has the option of asking for a ‘hit’ and getting another card. The new card is drawn and added to the current total. If the new total goes over 21, the player has ‘gone bust’ and loses. Each player at the table is given this option in turn. The dealer must keep hitting until they have 17 or higher, or go bust. The player is hoping to ‘stand’ and stop accepting more cards, as close as they dare to 21.

The finer rules of blackjack will vary from casino to casino. Some casinos allow ‘back betting’ which means that several players can put a bet on the ‘betting box’ of a position at the table. This means that others are betting on the outcome of one player’s game, even if they are not playing themselves. Some casinos will not allow doubling or splitting except in specific circumstances. Many will allow splitting but not always re-splitting, where a new split deck draws cards of the same value again. Doubling may not be allowed after a split, as disallowing this increases the house edge.

A dealer typically has to keep hitting until their score is 17, but this can change in the case of a soft 17 where an Ace is involved. Casinos may or may not require the dealer to hit on a soft 17. Games where the dealer stands on a soft 17 benefits the player, reducing the house edge by about 0.2%. Casinos are also at liberty to choose how many decks they use, with more decks increasing the house edge slightly each time.

Some games also offer the option to ‘surrender’ and forfeit a hand immediately, if the player feels they have a poor chance to win. This is often directly after the dealer checks for a starting blackjack, a ‘late surrender’, but some casinos give players the chance before this, which is much more favourable.

History of Blackjack

The game of blackjack grew from another called twenty-one, which itself has an unknown origin. The earliest known reference to the game is in a word by the author of Don Quixote, Miguel de Cervantes. In the tale “Rinconete y Cortadillo”, a pair of gamblers are referenced as cheating at ‘ventiuna’ or twenty-one. The rules of an ace being worth 1 or 11 and the limit of hitting 21 are both referenced.

When this game hit the US, casinos offered bonuses to gather interest. One such bonus was a ten-to-one pay out if the player’s hand contained the ace of spaces and a black jack, referring to the jack of clubs or spades. This hand was called a ‘blackjack’ and that name seemed to stick.

Types of Blackjack

Double Exposure Blackjack is a common version where the dealer’s first two cards are face up. Blackjacks pay even money and players lose on ties. Players cannot surrender their hand.
Spanish 21 is a version with a liberal approach to the rules, letting players double down any number of cards and surrender, having player blackjacks and 21s always win and also pay out bonuses. On the downside, there are no 10s other than the face cards.
21st Century Blackjack or Vegas Style means that players may not automatically lose when bust, but can still push if the dealer busts also.
Double Attack Blackjack generously lets the player up their bet after seeing the dealer’s card, the opposite of a surrender.
Blackjack Switch is an advanced game played over two hands, with the player able to interchange the second cards. Natural blackjacks are paid 1:1 instead of the standard 3:2, and a dealer 22 is a push.
Super Fun 21 allows for up to four splits and if this results in six cards totalling 20, the player gets an automatic win. Wins are paid 1:1.
Multiple Action Blackjack lets players place 2 or 3 bets on a single hand. The dealer gets a hand for each bet. This essentially allows multiple games to play at once. This is easier with online blackjack which allows for better space management.

The game of blackjack grew from another called twenty-one, which itself has an unknown origin. The earliest known reference to the game is in a word by the author of Don Quixote, Miguel de Cervantes. In the tale “Rinconete y Cortadillo”, a pair of gamblers are referenced as cheating at ‘ventiuna’ or twenty-one. The rules of an ace being worth 1 or 11 and the limit of hitting 21 are both referenced.

When this game hit the US, casinos offered bonuses to gather interest. One such bonus was a ten-to-one pay out if the player’s hand contained the ace of spaces and a black jack, referring to the jack of clubs or spades. This hand was called a ‘blackjack’ and that name seemed to stick.

Advanced Tips

Double on an Ace and 6, because this is an ideal time to take a risk- you have both 7 and 17 at once.
Split two Aces, as the flexible nature of Aces is wasted somewhat in one hand- better to have two soft hands.
Split on two 8s, because an 8 is a very good starting number. You’re nice and high without being at risk of busting on the next hit.
Hit when the dealer’s up card is high (7 or more) as there’s a good chance their total is high.

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Progressive Blackjack™

This is a variation on standard Blackjack that features a progressive sidebet. We offer six deck Blackjack. If you are not familiar with Blackjack, you may want to look at the Progressive Blackjack™ Rules first.

To play the game:

  • Click on a chip to select it. Click on the available hand positions (the circles arranged in a semicircle on the table). Every click increases your bet by the value of the selected chip. Bets can be placed on any of the hands to play on only one or up to five hands simultaneously. To decrease your bet, hold down the Shift key on your keyboard and simulteneously click on the bet to decrease it by the value of the selected chip.
  • You can click Clear Bets to remove all bets from the table.
  • Clicking Double doubles the bets you have placed on the table.
  • The minimum and maximum bet limits on each hand are dependent on your VIP level and are shown on the table. The limits apply to the initial bet only. Actions (such as Split, etc.) that require an additional bet can still be used even if you placed a bet equal to the maximum bet.
  • Click the Deal button to deal the cards. Two cards are dealt to the player and the dealer hands. The cards are dealt one by one to each hand in turns, with the first card going to the player hand. The last card goes to the dealer hand and is dealt face down.
  • If you are playing more than one hand, actions are taken for each hand separately, starting from the right-most hand.
  • If the dealer’s face up card is an Ace, you are offered insurance. Click the Insurance button to insure against the dealer having Blackjack.
  • Use the Hit, Stand, Double and Split buttons as required.
  • Please note that Insurance, Double and Split require an additional bet. If your balance does not have enough money to cover these expenses, you will need to deposit more money to use these options.
  • The dealer reveals the face down card and draws additional cards according to the rules.
  • Your hand is compared to the dealer’s hand.
  • If you want to play another round, click New Game. Then place bets as described above or click Rebet to place the same bet as in the previous round and then click Deal to deal the cards. Click Rebet and Deal to place the same bets as in the last round and deal cards immediately.

Progressive Blackjack™ Side Bet

In this game you have the option of making an additional bet to try and win a jackpot. Click on the coin slit above the bet area to place the side bet. The blinking light above the slit will turn green. The cost of the side bet is shown next to the coin slit after placing the side bet. If you get a winning card combination as described in the Progressive paytable, you get an additional payout.

Hand Payout
4 suited Aces Jackpot
3 suited Aces 5 000x
4 Aces 2 500x
3 Aces 250x
2 suited Aces 100x
2 Aces 50x
1 Ace 5x

The highest progressive payout is the progressive jackpot and is won upon receiving four consecutive Aces of the same suit and starting from the first card in the hand. Note that all progressive wins require that the card combinations (one to four Aces) are consecutive and starting from the first card in the hand. These wins are awarded at the end of the game round, and if you’ve split your hand, they are charged and calculated separately for each of the new hands. At the top of the screen is the progressive jackpot ticker, which shows the jackpot amount that you can win.

The Progressive paytable is displayed in the game when you click on Show Paytable on the left side of the screen, just under the ticker that shows the current size of the jackpot.

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Jackpot Fund

The progressive jackpot fund is composed of two parts – the seed and the progressive pot. The jackpot fund begins at the seed value, which is the guaranteed minimum amount of prize money contributed by the casinos. This ensures that even if you get a jackpot result in the game right after someone else has won the jackpot, you will still get a large win.

The rest of the jackpot amount comes from a progressive share, which is accumulated over time based on the bets that are made within the game. A small amount of money is added into the progressive pot for each bet that is made in the game by the players, in each of the casinos offering it, equal to a percentage of that bet (called the contribution rate).

Please note:

  • The mechanics of the game prohibit simultaneous jackpot winnings. If two players win the jackpot in close succession, the first player will be awarded the seed and the progressive pot, and the second player will win the seed together with any possible progressive share that has accumulated between the two wins.
  • In some games you have to make a specific bet to be eligible for the Jackpot.
  • If you get disconnected in the middle of a game round, your game does not change the value of the Jackpot. The state of the game up to that point is remembered by the casino; the next time you log in you can finish your game round with the same odds and without placing a new bet.
  • If a Jackpot is being discontinued (a game is closed and removed from the casino client), you will be notified of it by the casino.

The Jackpot for this game works like this:

Seed (how much money the Jackpot starts out with): 50 000 x your jackpot bet size.
Contribution rate (how much money is added to the Jackpot for each bet, in relation to the bet size): 3%
Win condition (the result you have to get to win the Jackpot): Four consecutive aces of the same suit, starting from the 1 st card in the hand.
Win requirements (what you need to do to be eligible for the Jackpot): Place the jackpot bet.

Multihand:

You can also play this game in Multihand mode. Select “Multihand” in the casino lobby when starting the game. You can play with up to five hands simultaneously. Place bets by clicking on the different bet areas. You can play one hand only if you wish, or any number of hands up to five. Every hand may have a different bet amount.

Return to Player

The theoretical percentage return to player (RTP) is 99.53% on the main game.
The RTP on the Progressive side bet is 94.85%.

Blackjack Rules

The object of Blackjack is for the total of your cards to be closer to 21 than the dealer’s cards, without exceeding 21. In Blackjack, aces count as either 1 or 11, face cards as 10, and number cards at their face value.

If you receive an ace and a ten-value card as your first two cards, you have Blackjack and win 1.5 times your bet (if your bet was 10, you receive 25). If the total value of your cards is closer to 21 than the dealer’s, you win your bet amount (if your bet was 10, you receive 20). If the total of your cards is more than 21, you “bust” and automatically lose your bet. If you and the dealer have the same card total (17 to 21) neither of you win and your bet is returned to you in a “push”. Blackjack beats a score of 21.

Our Blackjack follows the standard “Las Vegas Strip” rules, with the following exceptions:

  • After each round, used cards are returned to the deck and the deck is shuffled.
  • The player may not split a split hand.
  • Only one card is drawn to split aces.
  • The player may double after splitting.
  • The dealer will not check for Blackjack in any case.
  • The dealer draws an additional card when the total of the dealer’s cards is 16 or less and stands when the total is 17 or greater (including soft 17s). The dealer does not draw when the player is “bust”.
  • If the player doubles and the dealer’s first card is of value 11 (ACE), and the dealer gets Blackjack, the player loses both his bets. If the dealer’s first card is of value 10, and the dealer gets Blackjack, the player gets the Double bet back.

Split

If your first two cards have the same value, you may split them into two separate hands by placing a second bet equal to the original bet. You will then draw additional cards to each hand. You may draw as many cards as you like on each split hand, but if you split two aces, you receive only one additional card for each ace. If you receive an ace and a ten-value card in a split hand, it is considered 21 and not Blackjack.

Double

If, after you are dealt your first two cards, you think that the third card will allow you to beat the dealer’s hand, you can double your bet. The bet amount becomes twice the original (with the difference taken out of your balance), and you are dealt one more card.

Insurance

If the dealer shows an Ace in his initial hand, you are given a chance to insure your bet against him having a Blackjack. If you get Insurance, an amount equal to half your original bet is placed separately on the table. If the dealer does have Blackjack, you are paid 2 to 1 on your insurance. This way you do not lose your original bet (because you get the 2x half your original bet, plus the insurance amount back). If the dealer does not have Blackjack, you lose the insurance amount.

10 Card Charlie

It is theoretically possible for the player to draw 10 cards without going bust. In this case the player’s hand automatically wins, except when the dealer has Blackjack.
10 Card Charlie is also applicable on a split hand.

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Buttons:

Change the color of the table layout.
Deal Deal the cards.
Double Double all bets on the table.
Undo Undo the last bet operation; remove the last bet that was placed or place again a bet that was removed.
Clear Bets Clear the table of all bets.
Hit Request one more card.
Stand Draw no more cards and end your turn.
Double Double the wager and receive a third card.
Insurance Protect your bet against the dealer having Blackjack.
Split Split the hand into two.
New Game Start a new game round.
Rebet Place the same bet as in the previous round.
Rebet and Deal Place the same bet as in the previous round and deal the cards.

Multiplayer Blackjack Surrender

Multiplayer Blackjack Surrender

We offer six deck Blackjack. If you are not familiar with Blackjack Surrender, you may want to look at the Blackjack Surrender Rules first.

Multiplayer

A multiplayer table can have spectators and up to five players. When you join a multiplayer table, you will be a spectator at first. As a spectator, you can see the gameplay and other players’ chat, but you cannot place bets or chat yourself.
If the table has open seats, click Join to sit down at the table and start playing.

Keep in mind, that idle players and spectators can view the table for a limited number of rounds.

To play the game:

  • There probably is a game round in progress at the moment you enter. Please wait until the current game round is finished.
  • After a new game round begins, place your bet. Click on chips to increase your bet. Every click on a chip increases your bet by the chip value, and every shift-click decreases the bet.
  • The minimum and maximum bet limits are dependent on your VIP level and are shown on the table.
  • You have limited time to place your bet. A timer shows the remaining time to place bets. When you have placed your bet, click Confirm Bets to confirm your bets. Once a bet is confirmed, it cannot be removed from the table any more. You can place additional bets after confirming some bets as long as there is time left on the timer, but you have to click Confirm Bets again. Only confirmed bets participate in a game round and all unconfirmed bets are returned.
  • You can click Clear Bets to remove all unconfirmed chips from the table.
  • After a round in which you placed a bet, click Rebet to place the same bet as during the previous round. You still have to click Confirm Bets to confirm the bets.
  • When the betting time runs out, two cards are dealt to the dealer and each player who placed a bet. The players will be asked to take their actions one at a time, starting from the first player.
  • If the dealer’s face up card is an Ace, you are offered insurance. Click the Insurance button to insure against the dealer having Blackjack. To skip insurance, click Skip Insurance. After you take or skip insurance, the dealer checks for Blackjack.
  • Use the Hit, Stand, Double and Split buttons as required.
  • Please note that Insurance, Double and Split require an additional bet. If your balance does not have enough money to cover these expenses, you will need to deposit more money to use these options.
  • You have limited time to take each action. A timer shows the remaining time to take that action. If you have not acted before the time runs out, you will automatically Stand.
  • The dealer reveals the face down card and draws additional cards according to the rules.
  • Your hand is compared to the dealer’s hand.

Return to Player

The theoretical percentage return to player (RTP) is 99.62%.

Chat

The chat window allows chatting between players. To send a message to other players at the table, move the cursor to the input area at the lower side of the chat window and left-click to active it. Then, type a message and click Send.

The following emoticons can be used:

🙂 🙁
:\ 😛
:O 😉
😀 😕
8) 😐
(roll) (lol)
(angel) (devil)

You can collapse the chat area by clicking the title bar of the chat window. Clicking the title bar again expands the chat area.

Buttons:

Change the color of the table layout.
Double Double all bets on the table.
Undo Undo the last bet operation; remove the last bet that was placed or place again a bet that was removed.
Clear Bets Clear the table of all bets.
Hit Request one more card.
Stand Draw no more cards and end your turn.
Double Double the wager and receive a third card.
Insurance Protect your bet against the dealer having Blackjack.
Skip Insurance Skip the insurance.
Split Split the hand into two.
Rebet Place the same bet as in the previous round.
Rebet & Confirm Place the same bets as in your previous round and confirm the bets.

Blackjack Surrender Rules

The object of Blackjack is for the total of your cards to be closer to 21 than the dealer’s cards, without exceeding 21. In Blackjack, aces count as either 1 or 11, face cards as 10, and number cards at their face value.

If you receive an ace and a ten-value card as your first two cards, you have Blackjack and win 1.5 times your bet (if your bet was 10, you receive 25). If the total value of your cards is closer to 21 than the dealer’s, you win your bet amount (if your bet was 10, you receive 20). If the total of your cards is more than 21, you “bust” and lose your bet. If you and the dealer have the same card total (17 and up) neither of you win and your bet is returned to you in a “push”. Blackjack beats a score of 21.

Our Blackjack follows the standard “Las Vegas Strip” rules, with the following exceptions:

  • After each round, used cards are returned to the deck and the deck is shuffled.
  • The player may not split a split hand.
  • Only one card is drawn to split aces.
  • The player may double after splitting.
  • If the dealer’s initial hand has an Ace or a ten-value card as the face up card, the dealer will check for Blackjack. If the face up card is an Ace, the dealer offers Insurance before checking for Blackjack.
  • The dealer draws an additional card when the total of the dealer’s cards is 16 or less and stands when the total is 17 or greater (including soft 17s). The dealer does not draw when the player is “bust”.

Split

If your first two cards have the same value, you may split them into two separate hands by placing a second bet equal to the original bet. You will then draw additional cards to each hand. You may draw as many cards as you like on each split hand, but if you split two aces, you receive only one additional card for each ace. If you receive an ace and a ten-value card in a split hand, it is considered 21 and not Blackjack.

Double

If, after you are dealt your first two cards, you think that the third card will allow you to beat the dealer’s hand, you can double your bet. The bet amount becomes twice the original (with the difference taken out of your balance), and you are dealt one more card.

Insurance

If the dealer shows an Ace in his initial hand, you are given a chance to insure your bet against him having a Blackjack. If you get Insurance, an amount equal to half your original bet is placed separately on the table. If the dealer does have Blackjack, you are paid 2 to 1 on your insurance. This way you do not lose your original bet (because you get the 2x half your original bet, plus the insurance amount back). If the dealer does not have Blackjack, you lose the insurance amount.

Surrender

If, after the dealer has checked for Blackjack, you think that your first two cards will not allow you to beat the dealer’s hand, you can choose to surrender your hand. If you surrender, your hand automatically loses, but you get half of your original bet back. This way you do not lose the whole bet.

7 Card Charlie

It is theoretically possible for the player to draw 7 cards without going bust. In this case the player’s hand automatically wins.
7 Card Charlie is also applicable on a split hand.

Winnings

Pays
Winning Hand 1 to 1
Insurance 2 to 1
Blackjack 3 to 2

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Multiplayer Blackjack

We offer six deck Blackjack. If you are not familiar with Blackjack, you may want to look at the Blackjack Rules first.

Multiplayer

A multiplayer table can have spectators and up to five players. When you join a multiplayer table, you will be a spectator at first. As a spectator, you can see the gameplay and other players’ chat, but you cannot place bets or chat yourself.
If the table has open seats, click Join to sit down at the table and start playing.

Keep in mind, that idle players and spectators can view the table for a limited number of rounds.

To play the game:

  • There probably is a game round in progress at the moment you enter. Please wait until the current game round is finished.
  • After a new game round begins, place your bet. Click on chips to increase your bet. Every click on a chip increases your bet by the chip value, and every shift-click decreases the bet.
  • The minimum and maximum bet limits are dependent on your VIP level and are shown on the table.
  • You have limited time to place your bet. A timer shows the remaining time to place bets. When you have placed your bet, click Confirm Bets to confirm your bets. Once a bet is confirmed, it cannot be removed from the table any more. You can place additional bets after confirming some bets as long as there is time left on the timer, but you have to click Confirm Bets again. Only confirmed bets participate in a game round and all unconfirmed bets are returned.
  • You can click Clear Bets to remove all unconfirmed chips from the table.
  • After a round in which you placed a bet, click Rebet to place the same bet as during the previous round. You still have to click Confirm Bets to confirm the bets.
  • When the betting time runs out, two cards are dealt to the dealer and each player who placed a bet. The players will be asked to take their actions one at a time, starting from the first player.
  • If the dealer’s face up card is an Ace, you are offered insurance. Click the Insurance button to insure against the dealer having Blackjack.
  • Use the Hit, Stand, Double and Split buttons as required.
  • Please note that Insurance, Double and Split require an additional bet. If your balance does not have enough money to cover these expenses, you will need to deposit more money to use these options.
  • You have limited time to take each action. A timer shows the remaining time to take that action. If you have not acted before the time runs out, you will automatically Stand.
  • The dealer reveals the face down card and draws additional cards according to the rules.
  • Your hand is compared to the dealer’s hand.

Return to Player

The theoretical percentage return to player (RTP) is 99.53%.

Chat

The chat window allows chatting between players. To send a message to other players at the table, move the cursor to the input area at the lower side of the chat window and left-click to active it. Then, type a message and click Send.

The following emoticons can be used:

🙂 🙁
:\ 😛
:O 😉
😀 😕
8) 😐
(roll) (lol)
(angel) (devil)

You can collapse the chat area by clicking the title bar of the chat window. Clicking the title bar again expands the chat area.

Buttons:

Change the color of the table layout.
Double Double all bets on the table.
Undo Undo the last bet operation; remove the last bet that was placed or place again a bet that was removed.
Clear Bets Clear the table of all bets.
Hit Request one more card.
Stand Draw no more cards and end your turn.
Double Double the wager and receive a third card.
Insurance Protect your bet against the dealer having Blackjack.
Split Split the hand into two.
Rebet Place the same bet as in the previous round.
Rebet & Confirm Place the same bets as in your previous round and confirm the bets.

Blackjack Rules

The object of Blackjack is for the total of your cards to be closer to 21 than the dealer’s cards, without exceeding 21. In Blackjack, aces count as either 1 or 11, face cards as 10, and number cards at their face value.

If you receive an ace and a ten-value card as your first two cards, you have Blackjack and win 1.5 times your bet (if your bet was 10, you receive 25). If the total value of your cards is closer to 21 than the dealer’s, you win your bet amount (if your bet was 10, you receive 20). If the total of your cards is more than 21, you “bust” and automatically lose your bet. If you and the dealer have the same card total (17 to 21) neither of you win and your bet is returned to you in a “push”. Blackjack beats a score of 21.

Our Blackjack follows the standard “Las Vegas Strip” rules, with the following exceptions:

  • After each round, used cards are returned to the deck and the deck is shuffled.
  • The player may not split a split hand.
  • Only one card is drawn to split aces.
  • The player may double after splitting.
  • The dealer will not check for Blackjack in any case.
  • The dealer draws an additional card when the total of the dealer’s cards is 16 or less and stands when the total is 17 or greater (including soft 17s). The dealer does not draw when the player is “bust”.
  • If the player doubles and the dealer’s first card is of value 11 (ACE), and the dealer gets Blackjack, the player loses both his bets. If the dealer’s first card is of value 10, and the dealer gets Blackjack, the player gets the Double bet back.

Split

If your first two cards have the same value, you may split them into two separate hands by placing a second bet equal to the original bet. You will then draw additional cards to each hand. You may draw as many cards as you like on each split hand, but if you split two aces, you receive only one additional card for each ace. If you receive an ace and a ten-value card in a split hand, it is considered 21 and not Blackjack.

Double

If, after you are dealt your first two cards, you think that the third card will allow you to beat the dealer’s hand, you can double your bet. The bet amount becomes twice the original (with the difference taken out of your balance), and you are dealt one more card.

Insurance

If the dealer shows an Ace in his initial hand, you are given a chance to insure your bet against him having a Blackjack. If you get Insurance, an amount equal to half your original bet is placed separately on the table. If the dealer does have Blackjack, you are paid 2 to 1 on your insurance. This way you do not lose your original bet (because you get the 2x half your original bet, plus the insurance amount back). If the dealer does not have Blackjack, you lose the insurance amount.

10 Card Charlie

It is theoretically possible for the player to draw 10 cards without going bust. In this case the player’s hand automatically wins, except when the dealer has Blackjack.
10 Card Charlie is also applicable on a split hand.

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Blackjack Live Illimitato

Blackjack Live Illimitato

Il Blackjack Live Illimitato si gioca con otto mazzi di carte, un vero croupier e un vero tavolo da Blackjack Illimitato. Il Blackjack Live Illimitato offre cinque posizioni principali di puntata, cinque posizioni di puntata Coppia del giocatore e una posizione di puntata Coppia del Banco. È possibile puntare su tutte le posizioni di puntata in un singolo round di gioco.

Il Blackjack Live Illimitato permette a tutti i giocatori che partecipano al tavolo di piazzare puntate su qualsiasi posizione. Più giocatori possono piazzare puntate sulla stessa posizione. Se due giocatori si trovano nella stessa posizione, uno può decidere di Stare mentre l’altro può decidere di chiedere una Carta. In questo caso, il banco assegnerà un’altra carta alla posizione in questione, ma il giocatore che decide di Stare non riceverà la carta.

Per maggiori informazioni sul Blackjack Illimitato, consulta la pagina delle Regole del Blackjack Live Illimitato.

Funzionamento del gioco

Se accedi al tavolo durante un round di gioco, attendi la mano successiva e piazza le tue puntate.

Il tempo a disposizione per piazzare le puntate è limitato. Il contatore, posto nell’angolo superiore destro della finestra di gioco, mostra i secondi rimanenti prima del termine del periodo di puntata della mano.

Clicca su una fiche del valore prescelto per selezionarla. Fai quindi clic sull’area di puntata del tavolo da Blackjack per piazzare le tue puntate principali.

Ogni clic aggiunge una fiche dello stesso valore alla tua puntata. Fai clic su una fiche diversa per incrementare la puntata di un importo diverso.

Premi Maiuscolo+clic sull’area di scommessa per rimuovere una fiche dalla puntata.

È necessario confermare la tua puntata. È possibile fare ciò manualmente, facendo clic su Conferma dopo ogni puntata, o automaticamente al termine del periodo di puntata (è necessario attivare la Conferma automatica dalle Impostazioni). Quando la conferma automatica delle puntate è attiva, il pulsante Conferma non compare.

Una volta piazzata la puntata principale, potrai piazzare anche le Puntate Collaterali. Per maggiori informazioni sui tipi di Puntate Collaterali disponibili, consulta la sezionePuntate Collaterali.

Aspetta il tuo turno. Utilizza quindi i pulsanti Carta, Stai, Raddoppia, Dividi e Assicurazione, secondo le tue necessità. Se non effettui una selezione in tempo, sarà scelta automaticamente l’opzione Stai.

Se scegli di Raddoppiare, un importo pari alla tua puntata principale verrà prelevato dal tuo saldo per raddoppiarla.

Le mani vincenti vengono pagate al termine di ogni round di gioco.

Per saltare un giro, è sufficiente non piazzare alcuna puntata sul tavolo.
Le puntate principali confermate sono visibili a tutti i giocatori del tavolo da gioco. Se desideri che gli altri giocatori non vedano le tue puntate principali, vai su Impostazioni > Impostazioni di gioco > Nascondi le mie puntate del Blackjack agli altri giocatori.

Se tutti i giocatori del tavolo sballano (superano il punteggio di 21), la mano si conclude. La seconda carta del banco non viene rivelata e il banco non riceve altre carte.

Il Blackjack Illimitato può essere giocato contemporaneamente da un numero indeterminato di giocatori. Tenuto conto di ciò, le regole del gioco differiscono da quelle del Blackjack tradizionale; ad esempio, il gioco divide automaticamente alcune mani, basandosi sulla Tabella della Strategia Ottimale. In una situazione di divisione, puoi decidere di Dividere o di Passare Se fai clic su Passa, esci dall’attuale round di gioco e viene prelevato il 20% della tua puntata, prima che questa ti venga restituita. Se scegli di Dividere, un importo aggiuntivo viene detratto dal tuo saldo e la tua puntata viene raddoppiata. Ricevi quindi una carta in più per ciascuna mano divisa e puoi scegliere di ricevere una Carta, Stare o Raddoppiare per ciascuna nuova mano.
N.B. Gli Assi Divisi ricevono solo una carta a testa.
Come di consueto, disporrai di un tempo limitato per effettuare la tua mossa. In caso di divisione, se non effettui una selezione in tempo, sarà scelta automaticamente l’opzione Passa.
Per ulteriori informazioni sulla Tabella della Strategia Ottimale, consulta le Regole del Blackjack Live illimitato.

Puntate multiple:

Se l’opzione Puntate multiple è supportata, dopo aver piazzato e confermato la tua prima puntata potrai piazzarne altre. Le puntate multiple sono accettate solo se il giro di puntate è ancora aperto. Se la conferma automatica delle puntate è stata disattivata, è necessario fare clic su Conferma dopo ogni ulteriore puntata.

Puntate collaterali*

Una puntata collaterale è una puntata che è possibile piazzare oltre alla tua puntata principale. Puoi scommettere che le tue prime due carte o quelle del banco formino una coppia. Qui di seguito trovi la descrizione delle puntate collaterali disponibili:

La puntata collaterale sulla Coppia del giocatore, contrassegnata come PP sul tavolo da gioco, viene vinta se le due prime carte del Giocatore formano una Coppia Perfetta, una Coppia Colorata o una Coppia Rossa/Nera.

La puntata collaterale sulla Coppia del Banco viene vinta se le due prime carte del banco formano una Coppia Perfetta, una Coppia Colorata o una Coppia Rosso/Nera.

La puntata collaterale sulla Coppia Perfetta vince se le prime due carte del Giocatore o del Banco formano una coppia dello stesso seme, ad esempio una coppia di 4 di quadri.

La puntata collaterale sulla Coppia Colorata vince se le prime due carte del Giocatore o del Banco formano una coppia dello stesso colore ma di seme diverso, ad esempio un 4 di quadri e un 4 di cuori.

La puntata collaterale sulla Coppia Rossa/Nera vince se le prime due carte del Giocatore o del Banco formano una coppia con seme e colore diverso, ad esempio un 4 di Quadri e un 4 di Picche.

È possibile piazzare contemporaneamente le puntate collaterali sulla Coppia del Giocatore e sulla Coppia del Banco.

Non è consentito piazzare puntate collaterali senza aver piazzato una puntata principale.

* La disponibilità dell’opzione dipende dal tuo fornitore del servizio.

Puntata Collaterale 21+3*

21+3 ti permette di scommettere che le prime due carte assegnate al Giocatore, combinate con la prima carta assegnata al Croupier, formeranno una mano vincente di poker a tre carte, tra le seguenti:

Tris dello stesso seme – Tre carte di valore e seme uguali.

Scala a colore – Tre carte in sequenza e dello stesso seme.

Tris – Tre carte dello stesso valore.

Scala – Tre carte in sequenza ma non dello stesso seme.

Colore – Tre carte dello stesso seme.

* L’opzione è disponibile solo se attivata dal tuo fornitore del servizio.

Interfaccia di gioco

Chat – Per utilizzare la Chat, inserisci il tuo messaggio nel campo di testo in basso e fai clic su Invia. Il tuo messaggio comparirà, assieme agli altri, nel pannello della Chat. Ricorda che non puoi usare l’opzione della chat se il tuo saldo è vuoto.

Mini Giochi* – Sono versioni ridotte degli attuali giochi da casinò, integrate nei giochi Live. Puoi utilizzare un mini gioco mentre usi un gioco Live.

Feed Video – Se il tuo tavolo supporta la modalità a finestra integrale, fai clic sul feed video o sull’icona della fotocamera sul dashboard per passare dalla modalità semplice a quella integrale.
Nel feed video, vengono mostrate le icone specifiche del gioco. Posa il puntatore del mouse sulle icone per visualizzare la descrizione del comando (ad esempio, “Cambia la visuale”*).
Se permesso dal tuo fornitore del servizio, puoi attivare o disattivare la modalità HQ (alta definizione) del collegamento video. Fai clic sull’icona HQ del feed video per attivare la modalità in alta definizione. L’indicatore rosso diventerà verde. Fai nuovamente clic su HQ per disattivare la modalità in alta definizione e tornare alla qualità video standard.

Timer – Viene mostrato nell’angolo superiore destro.

Cronologia di Gioco – La cronologia viene mostrata alla destra del feed video, visualizzando i risultati degli ultimi round di gioco. Per visualizzare più risultati, utilizza le frecce Prima e Dopo.

Cursore della Cronologia della Roulette* – Il cursore mostra la cronologia dei due tavoli da Live Roulette presenti sul sito. Posa il puntatore del mouse sui risultati e fai clic sulla barra, per passare al tavolo in questione.

Limiti di gioco – Un pannello, posto sul tavolo da gioco, mostra l’importo minimo e massimo della puntata totale. Fai clic sul pannello per visualizzare i limiti di tutti i tipi di puntata. Su alcuni tavoli, puoi modificare i limiti selezionando una serie diversa dal menu a tendina o dalla Lobby. Le modifiche verranno applicate a partire dal round successivo.

Mancia – In alcuni paesi, è disponibile l’opzione della mancia al croupier. Per dare una mancia, fai clic su una fiche e quindi sul pannello delle Mance posto sul tavolo, come quando piazzi una puntata. Fai clic su Annulla per chiudere il pannello delle Mance.

Dashboard del Gioco – Il dashboard contiene le fiche e i pulsanti di azione del gioco. Posa il puntatore del mouse sui pulsanti di azione per visualizzare la descrizione del comando Il dashboard mostra inoltre l’attuale ora del server e il numero ID unico dell’attuale round di gioco.
N.B. Il fuso orario del server è il GMT.

Barra Inferiore – Mostra il tuo saldo attuale e il link alla Cassa. Inoltre, se l’opzione è stata attivata dal fornitore del servizio, sulla barra inferiore potrebbero essere mostrate le icone relative ai regolamenti dei singoli paesi.

* La disponibilità dell’opzione dipende dal tuo fornitore del servizio.

Pulsanti

Ripunta

Piazza la stessa puntata del round precedente e la conferma.
Eliminare

Fai clic per eliminare le tue puntate dal tavolo.

Conferma

Fai clic per confermare le puntate piazzate sul tavolo. Se non confermerai le tue puntate, salterai questo round di gioco. Quando la conferma automatica delle puntate è attiva, il pulsante Conferma non compare.

Raddoppia

Raddoppia la puntata, ricevi un’altra carta e stai.

Carta

Richiedi un’altra carta.

Dividi

Dividi la tua mano attuale e ricevi un’altra carta, giocando così due mani nella stessa posizione.

Stai

Non ricevi altre carte e completi il tuo turno.

Assicurazione

Protegge la tua puntata da un possibile Blackjack del banco.
Se il banco non ottiene Blackjack, perdi la puntata sull’assicurazione, anche se finisci col perdere la partita (per ulteriori informazioni, consulta le Regole).

Ritorno al giocatore

La percentuale teorica di ritorno al giocatore (RTP) è pari al 99,54% per la partita principale.
Il RTP sulla Puntata Collaterale (Coppia del Giocatore, contrassegnata come PP sul tavolo da gioco, e Coppia del Banco) è pari al 95,90%.
Il RTP sulla Puntata Collaterale 21+3 è pari al 96,30%.

Barra degli strumenti del casinò

I lati inferiore e superiore della finestra di gioco contengono le barre degli strumenti del casinò. Queste barre degli strumenti contengono una serie di menu e pulsanti che ti consentono di modificare le impostazioni del client per sfruttare le varie funzioni disponibili nel client del casinò.

La barra degli strumenti inferiore contiene quanto segue:
Saldo

Il tuo saldo al tavolo corrente. Questi sono i soldi che puoi utilizzare per giocare.

Credito in Soldi Veri – Questa icona indica il tuo attuale credito in Soldi veri.
Credito in Soldi Falsi – Questa icona indica il tuo attuale credito in Soldi falsi.

Puoi passare dall’uno all’altro facendo clic sull’icona davanti al credito.

Cassa

Cliccando questo pulsante si apre la finestra della Cassa, dove puoi effettuare depositi, prelevamenti, vedere la cronologia delle tue transazioni, ecc.
Aggiungi denaro

Cliccando su questo pulsante si apre una finestra dove è possibile portare altri soldi sul tavolo.

La barra degli strumenti superiore contiene quanto segue:
Audio attivo/ Muto

Cliccando questo pulsante è possibile disattivare/attivare gli effetti sonori.

Posiziona il mouse sull’icona del suono per aprire il cursore del volume sonoro, dove è possibile regolare il volume.
Menu

Posiziona il mouse su questa icona per aprire il menu Strumenti. Il menu contiene quanto segue:

Cronologia – Apre la finestra contenente la cronologia del gioco, dove potrai vedere i dettagli delle ultime partite. Tenere presente che la cronologia non è disponibile in modalità Offline.
Opzioni – Apre la finestra di dialogo delle opzioni, dove puoi modificare varie impostazioni di gioco. Clicca qui per saperne di più sulle opzioni.
Assistenza – Apre l’articolo di assistenza che stai leggendo in questo momento.

Esci

Cliccando questo pulsante si chiude la finestra di gioco e si torna alla Lobby.

Golden Chips

Quando l’icona della Fiche Dorata compare sulla barra inferiore, vinci il bonus corrispondente. Potrai utilizzare le Fiche Dorate nella partita attuale o in quelle successive.

Fai clic sull’icona della Fiche Dorata posta sulla barra inferiore, per piazzare la Fiche Dorata come puntata. La Fiche Dorata funziona come una fiche regolare. Se disponi di Fiche Dorate di diverso valore, fai clic sulla pila desiderata nel menu corrispondente.

In questo gioco, le Fiche Dorate sono accettate solo come puntate iniziali. Le ulteriori puntate del round di gioco saranno dedotte dal tuo saldo del Casinò.

Lobby

Pulsante del Tavolo a caso – Nell’angolo inferiore destro della finestra della Lobby, viene mostrato il pulsante Un tavolo a caso. Fai clic su Un tavolo a caso per ricevere un suggerimento sui tavoli. Se non desideri unirti al tavolo suggerito, fai clic su Mostra tutti i tavoli per tornare indietro.

Pulsante Posto rapido – Entrando nella Lobby il giocatore visualizzerà il pulsante Posto rapido a sinistra dei vari tavoli di gioco. Facendo clic su questo pulsante il giocatore siederà automaticamente sul primo posto disponibile in base al tipo di gioco selezionato. Potrà iniziare a giocare dal posto che gli è stato assegnato non appena terminato il turno di gioco in corso.

Quando si rende disponibile un posto occorre confermarlo tramite il messaggio che appare in primo piano. Rifiutando il posto, il giocatore tornerà alla Lobby.

Stile della Distrubuzione delle Carte

I tavoli da Blackjack possono differenziarsi per lo stile della distribuzione delle carte. Sono disponibili due opzioni: stile US e stile EU. Lo stile della distribuzione delle carte di ogni tavolo è mostrato nella Lobby dei Giochi: lo stile viene solitamente indicato con un’icona EU o US.

EU: Nella Lobby, il tavolo marcato da un’icona EU distribuisce le carte in stile Europeo, quindi il croupier riceverà la seconda carta solo dopo che tutti i giocatori avranno preso le loro decisioni.

US: Nella Lobby, il tavolo marcato da un’icona US distribuisce le carte in stile Americano, quindi il croupier riceverà la seconda carta subito dopo che le carte sono state assegnate a tutti i giocatori.

Mescolatura delle carte

Nel gioco sono utilizzati 8 mazzi mescolati precedentemente. Quando sul tavolo giunge un nuovo set di carte mescolate, viene inserito nel sabot e il croupier vi applica un divisore. Una volta giunti al divisore, il croupier annuncia che le carte saranno sostituite nel round di gioco successivo. Ogni volta che un nuovo set di carte giunge sul tavolo, viene rimosso quello precedente. Prima di essere inserite nel sabot, le carte vengono nuovamente mescolate al tavolo.

Carte nuove annullate*: All’inizio di ogni nuovo sabot, il croupier estrae la prima carta e la scopre; preleverà quindi un numero di carte coperte pari al valore della prima carta estratta, bruciandole (scartandole).
* La disponibilità dipende dal fornitore del servizio.

Feed video dal vivo

A causa della natura stessa di Internet, è possibile che si verifichino problemi di latenza. Il gioco è stato creato in modo che qualsiasi potenziale latenza non provochi alcun vantaggio o svantaggio per il giocatore.

Nota sui malfunzionamenti: In caso di malfunzionamento tutte le partite e i premi sono annullati.

Nota sulle disconnessioni: Se vieni disconnesso da Internet durante un gioco a Soldi veri, ristabilisci la connessione internet ed effettua nuovamente l’accesso al casinò. Sarai automaticamente reindirizzato alla versione non dal vivo del gioco al quale stavi giocando, al fine di completare il tuo giro. Tieni conto che nel giro saranno ripristinate solo le carte che si trovavano sul tavolo al momento della disconnessione. In alcuni casi lo streaming video può consentirti di rivedere le carte che il banco ha distribuito o mostrato subito dopo la tua disconnessione. Queste carte non saranno ripristinate nel giro di gioco non dal vivo.

Se ti unisci nuovamente al tavolo prima della fine della mano, puoi continuare a giocare. In questo caso, disponi del tempo consueto per decidere la tua mossa.

Le puntate incomplete vengono annullate dopo 90 giorni.

Per maggiori informazioni:

Regole del Blackjack Live Illimitato

Regole Blackjack Live Unlimited

Lo scopo del Blackjack è quello di sconfiggere il banco facendo un punteggio di 21 o molto vicino a esso. Nel gioco del blackjack gli assi hanno un valore ambivalente di 1 o 11, le figure si contano come 10 ed il valore proprio delle altre carte corrisponde a pieno al loro valore nominale.

Se ricevi un asso e un dieci- valore della carta, come prime due carte, hai un Blackjack e vinci 1,5 volte la puntata (se la tua scommessa era 10, ricevi 25). Se il valore totale delle tue carte è più vicino a 21 rispetto al banco, vinci la somma scommessa (se la tua scommessa era 10, ricevi 20). Se il totale delle tue carte è superiore a 21, si “sballa” e perde la scommessa. Se tu e il croupier avete lo stesso totale della carta (17 e alto) nessuno di voi vince e la scommessa viene restituita in un “push”. Blackjack batte il punteggio di 21.

  • Ci sono cinque posizioni per puntare per i giocatori e una per il banco.
  • Se le prime due carte hanno lo stesso valore si può solo scegliere di dividere la tua mano o passare e uscire dal giro di gioco.
  • Il Croupier prende carta fino a 16 e sta sempre con 17 (incluso 17 soft).
  • Una mano divisa non può essere divisa ulteriormente.
  • Viene prelevata soltanto una carta aggiuntiva per il giocatore che ha diviso gli assi.
  • Il giocatore può radoppiare dopoaver diviso il mazzo.
  • Il banco non controlla per verificare se c’è il blackjack.
  • Se raddoppi e la prima carta del Croupier vale 11 (ASSO) e il Croupier ottiene un Blackjack, perdi entrambe le tue puntate. Se la prima carta del Croupier vale 10 e il Croupier ottiene un Blackjack, ti viene restituita la tua puntata di Raddoppia.

Strategia ottimale

Le opzioni del giocatore Carta, Stai, Raddoppia o Dividi si basano sulla Tabella della strategia ottimale. Seguire le opzioni o no dipende dalle decisioni di ciascun giocatore. Per tua comodità puoi consultare qui sotto la Tabella della strategia ottimale:

Dividere

In base alla Tabella della strategia ottimale, solo alcune combinazioni di coppie attivano automaticamente una situazione in cui si può dividere. In questo tipo di situazioni hai solo la possibilità di Dividere o Passare. Se non vuoi dividere, clicca su Passa. La puntata ti sarà restituita con una trattenuta del 20% e sarai fuori dal turno di partita. Se scegli di Dividere, ti sarà addebitato un importo aggiuntivo di puntata, e la tua puntata raddoppierà. Riceverai quindi una carta extra per ciascuna carta divisa, e avrai la possibilità di Prendere, Stare o Raddoppiare per ciascuna nuova mano. Se dividi gli assi, ricevi solamente una carta in più per ciascun asso. Se, in una mano divisa, ricevi un asso e una carta che vale dieci, la mano viene considerata un 21 piuttosto che un Blackjack. In questo caso, il pagamento è 1:1, non 1:1.5.

N.B. Gli assi divisi ricevono una sola carta.

Raddoppiare

Se dopo la distribuzione delle prime due carte pensi che la terza carta ti permetterà di battere il banco, puoi raddoppiare la tua puntata. In tal caso, la somma della tua vincita equivalerà al doppio della tua puntata di partenza e riceverai una carta supplementare.

Assicurazione

Se la prima carta del banco è un Asso, avrai la possibilità di assicurare la tua puntata contro un suo possibile Blackjack. Se decidi di assicurare la tua scommessa, devi piazzare separatamente sul tavolo la metà della tua stessa puntata iniziale. Se il banco non riesce a fare Blackjack, tu perdi sia l’assicurazione che la scommessa iniziale. Se il croupier fa Blackjack, la scommessa aggiuntiva ti viene pagata 2 a 1 assicurandoti così di non perdere la tua puntata iniziale, bensì di ricevere due volte metà della tua puntata d’origine e l’importo dell’assicurazione.

10 Card Charlie

Teoricamente è possibile pescare 10 carte in una stessa mano senza sballare. In tal caso un giocatore vince a meno che il banco non abbia un Blackjack.

Vincite

Vincite principale

Paga
Mano vincente 1 a 1
Assicurazione 2 a 1
Blackjack 3 a 2
Divide Lasciare 20% della scommessa principale non viene restituito

Pagamento per scomesse laterale

Paga
Coppia Rosso/Nero 6 a 1
Doppia di colore 12 to 1
Coppia perfetta 25 a 1

Pagamenti delle Puntate Collaterali 21+3

Vincita
Tris dello stesso seme 100 a 1
Scala a Colore 40 a 1
Tris 30 a 1
Scala 10 a 1
Colore 5 a 1

Indietro aPagina ilimitata guida Blackjack.

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