We offer the eight deck All Bets Blackjack game, played against a live dealer at a real Blackjack table. The seat can host an unlimited number of players.
Note that Casino allows up to 1,000 simultaneous players.
The limit ranges displayed next to the table name in the Lobby and on the game table UI correspond to Blackjack's main position bet limits. The following bets have their own limits: Main bet, Dealer Pair, Player Pair, 21+3, Top 3, Buster Blackjack and Lucky Lucky.
These are wagers that you can make beyond the main game bet. These cannot be placed without the main bet.
This is a type of a side bet that allows the players to bet that the first two cards dealt to the player, combined with the first card dealt to the dealer, will make a three-card poker hand against the following list of winning hands:
|Side bet title||Description|
|Player's Pair||Player’s first two cards form a Perfect Pair, Coloured Pair, or a Red/Black Pair|
|Dealer's Pair||Dealer’s first two cards form a Perfect Pair, Coloured Pair or a Red/Black Pair|
|Perfect Pairs TM||Player’s and dealer’s first two cards form a pair of the same suit. Example: 44|
|Coloured Pair||Player’s and dealer’s first two cards form a pair of the same colour but different suit. Example: 44|
|Red/Black Pair||Player’s and dealer’s first two cards form a pair, but with different colours and suits. Example: 44|
This side bet* combines player’s first two cards and dealer’s first card to form one of the following poker combinations: Three of a Kind, Straight Flush or Suited Three of a Kind. The bet pays only for those combinations.
This side bet awards you whenever the dealer busts. The payout of the side bet is determined by the number of cards the dealer has in their hand: more cards mean higher payout and some payouts require you to have a Blackjack.
You can bet that your first two cards combined with the dealer’s first card form a specific card combination:
|Side bet title||Description|
|Suited 777||Cards are 7s of the same suit. Example: 777|
|Suited 678||Cards are 6, 7 and 8 of the same suit. Example: 678|
|777||Cards are 7s of different suit. Example: 777|
|678||Cards are 6, 7 and 8 of different suit. Example: 678|
Any card combination of the same suit, totalling 21, but not the ones described above.
Any card combination of different suit, totalling 21, but not the ones described above.
Any 20 combination
Any card combination totalling 20.
Any 19 combination
Any card combination totalling 19.
The theoretical percentage return to player (RTP) is 99.46% on the main game.
The RTP on the side bets (Player Pair and Dealer Pair) is 95.90%.
The RTP on the 21+3 side bet is 96.30%.
The RTP on the Top 3 side bet is 91%.
RTP on the side bet Lucky Lucky is 96.1%.
The RTP on the Buster Blackjack is 93.865%.
The RTP on the Buster Blackjack is 96.27%.
|Main game payout||Pays|
|21+3 side bets Payout||Pays|
|Suited Three of a Kind||100:1|
|Three of a Kind||30:1|
|Pairs Side bet payout||Pays|
Top 3 side bet
Suited Three of a Kind
Three of a Kind
Buster Blackjack: dealer’s hand
8+ cards and player’s Blackjack
7 cards and player’s Blackjack
3 or 4 cards
Lucky Lucky card combination
Eight pre-shuffled decks are used in the game. When a new set of pre-shuffled cards arrives at the table, the cards are placed in the shoe and dealer places a divider into the new set of cards. Once the divider is dealt, the dealer announces that the cards will be replaced in the following round. Each time a new set of cards arrives at the table, all previous cards are removed. Additional shuffle is performed at the table before placing the new cards into the shoe.
New shoe card burn*: At the beginning of each new shoe, the dealer draws the first card from the shoe face up and the number of cards that corresponds to the value of the first card is burned (i.e. discarded), face down.
* Only available if enabled by your service provider.
|Places the same bet as in the previous round.|
|Removes your bets that are currently on the table.|
|Doubles the bet you have currently placed.|
|Confirms all the bets you have placed on the table. Without confirmation your bets do not count.|
|Draws no more cards and ends turn.|
|Requests one more card from the dealer.|
|Allows to split your hand and request one more card, to continue playing two hands on a single position.|
|Protects your bet in case the dealer gets Blackjack.|
|Declines the insurance offer and continues the game.|
The button opens the Settings menu.
|Balance||Displays your current game balance. This is the money you can use to play the game.|
|Opens the Cashier window, where you can make deposits, withdrawals, see your transaction history, etc.|
|Opens the Limits panel.|
|Gives a tip* to the dealer.|
* Option is available only if enabled by your service provider.
|Loads the Lobby where you can join another table. Please note, that if the game round is in progress, and you have placed bets on the current table, you need to wait until the game round finishes, before you can leave your current table.|
|Note: This feature can be enabled or disabled by your service provider.|
Golden Chips are bonus chips that are awarded to you in certain table games. Each Golden Chip has a specific value and can be used for betting like a normal chip. If the Golden Chip menu is available on the dashboard, it means that you have Golden Chips available for you to use in the current game.
The Info button opens a pop-up with more information about the Golden Chips.
To bet using the Golden Chips, first select the desired Golden Chip value and then place a bet as normally. The remaining amount of Golden Chips decreases respectively.
In case of a Tie or Push, the Golden Chip you bet is returned to you. Note that Tie or Push are featured in Blackjack, Baccarat, Dragon-Tiger and poker games.
You cannot insure a Golden Chip bet or a mixed bet.
When your Golden Chip bet wins, the value of the winning Golden Chip is deducted from your win amount.
All game rounds that are played using Golden Chips are also distinguished in game history with the corresponding (GC) icon.
We make every effort to ensure that the information that is displayed to you and on our website with regards to the events is accurate. However, this is to be used for guidance purposes only. Due to the nature of these events and due to live transmissions potentially being delayed, we assume no liability for any information, including the score and time of game, being incorrect. Please ensure that you refer to the specific betting rules to see how bets are settled in particular markets. Note that this delay varies between customers and may depend on the setup from which they are receiving the data or pictures.
Live video feeds: Due to the nature of the Internet, video latency may occur. The game has been designed to ensure that players do not have advantage nor are in disadvantage due to the potential latency.
Note on malfunctions: A malfunction voids all pays and plays.
Note on rounding: Bets are always rounded down from the third decimal point. When you are refunded, and the money is transferred to your account balance, any amount smaller than 0.01 is rounded down.
Note on unresolved actions: Unpaid actions are canceled after 90 days.
Note on disconnections: If you are disconnected from the Internet in the middle of a game while playing for Real Money, please re-establish your Internet connection and log back into the Casino. You will be automatically directed to the non-live version of the game you were playing so you can finish the game round. Please note that only the cards that were on the table at the moment of disconnection are carried over to such a game round. In some cases, the video stream may allow you to see additional dealer cards drawn or revealed after your disconnection. These cards are not carried over to the non-live game round. Note that side bets are resolved based on the Live game, and not the non-live version of the game.
The object of the game is for the total of your cards to be closer to 21 than the dealer’s cards, without exceeding 21. Aces count as either 1 or 11, face cards as 10, and number cards at their face value. Blackjack beats a score of 21.
You can bet on all betting positions within a single game round. If two players are playing on the same position, one may choose to Stand and the other may choose to Hit. In this case, the dealer will deal another card to the position, but the player who chose to Stand will not receive the card.
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 are "bust" and lose your bet. If you and the dealer have the same card total (17 and up) neither win, and your bet is returned to you in a "push".
The dealer draws cards until 16 and always stands on 17 (including soft 17).
The dealer hits on soft 17, meaning that if one of the cards in their hand is an Ace and the total of other card(s) in their hand is 6 (irrespective of the order they were dealt), the dealer has a soft 17, and this is shown as “7/17”. If this occurs, the dealer continues to deal cards to their hand until they get a hard 17 or higher.
When the dealer has an open 10-value card and a hidden Ace in their hand, the dealer reveals the hidden card and announces that the game round is over. There will be no decision or insurance round.
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 not Split a split 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. In this case the payout is 1:1, not 3:2.
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.
You may Double after splitting. If you Double and dealer's first card’s value is 11 (Ace), and the dealer gets Blackjack, you lose both bets. If dealer’s first card’s value is 10, and the dealer gets Blackjack, your Double bet is returned to you.
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, even if you end up losing.
You can insure any Real Money bet, but not a Golden Chip bet.
Insurance is offered when both you and the dealer have received the second card and the dealer shows an Ace as their first card in their hand. The dealer checks for a Blackjack directly after the insurance round, and if they have a Blackjack, the game round is ended before action time.
10 Card Charlie
It is theoretically possible for you to draw 10 cards without going bust. In this case your hand automatically wins, except when the dealer has Blackjack.