Get closer to 21 than the dealer without going over.
Vegas Blackjack! is a variant of standard Blackjack that features the Perfect Pair and 21+3 side games. For information on the rules and differences to the standard game, proceed straight to the “Rules” section.
TO PLAY THE GAME
DEAL - Deal the cards.
CLEAR BETS - Clear the table of all bets.
UNDO - Remove your last bet.
HIT - Request one more card.
STAND - Draw no more cards and end your turn.
DOUBLE - When no cards have been dealt yet, this button doubles all bets on the table. When cards have been dealt, this button doubles the bet on the selected hand and requests a third and final card.
SPLIT - Split the hand into two if you hold a pair.
REBET - Place the same bets as in the previous round.
REBET & DEAL - Place the same bets as in the previous round and deal the cards.
DOUBLE & DEAL - Double your bets from the previous round and deal the cards.
ACCEPT - Click to accept Insurance and protect your bet for the current hand in case the dealer has Blackjack.
DECLINE - Click to decline Insurance against the dealer having Blackjack and skip bet protection for the current hand.
ACCEPT ALL - Click to accept Insurance for all hands against the dealer having Blackjack.
DECLINE ALL - Click to decline Insurance against the dealer having Blackjack and skip bet protection for the current hands.
The objective of Vegas Blackjack! is to get a hand that totals 21 or is closer to 21 than the dealer's hand without exceeding 21.
The value of a hand is the sum of the individual cards values. Blackjack is the highest hand and consists of two cards: an ace and any 10-point card. Blackjack beats a score of 21.
You can choose 1 to 5 hands to play on in a game round. The chosen hands are played clockwise, starting from your rightmost hand. The dealer's hand is played last. You may split, double and take insurance, just like in standard Blackjack.
Vegas Blackjack! is a variant of Blackjack with the following rules:
If your first 2 cards have the same value, then you may split them into 2 separate hands. The second hand will have the same bet as the hand it was split from. You will then draw additional cards to each hand. You may draw as many cards as you like on each split hand, unless you split 2 aces (in which case you can receive only 1 additional card for each ace). If you receive an ace and a 10-value card in a split hand, it is considered 21 and not Blackjack.
You can double your bet on a hand before you take a third card. You cannot double the bet on a hand after taking a third card. After doubling a bet, a third and final card will be dealt to you automatically. You can double on all your hands, if you wish. You can also double your bet on a split hand.
If the dealer's first face up card is an Ace you will be given a chance to insure each of your regular bets against the dealer having Blackjack. If you take Insurance, then an amount equal to half your original bet will be deducted from your balance and placed separately on the table. If the dealer has Blackjack, you are paid 2 to 1 on your insurance. This way you do not lose your original bet (because you receive the value of your original bet plus the insurance amount back). If the dealer does not have Blackjack, you lose the insurance amount. Insurance does not affect any side bets.
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.
A side bet is a wager you can make beyond the regular game bet to get an extra win, even if your regular game hand does not win. The side bet payout depends on the combination that the cards form.
Place the Perfect Pairs side bet on the PERFECT PAIRS betting area adjacent to any regular bet area that contains a regular bet.
A Perfect Pairs bet pays when your initial 2 cards form a Perfect Pair, a Coloured Pair or a Red/Black Pair.
The payout format used in all the above paytables shows that when you win, you get back your bet plus an amount that is a multiple of your bet.
You can place a 21+3 side bet on the '21+3' betting area, found beneath each regular betting area, for each of your hands that has a regular bet placed on it. This side bet wins if your first two cards and the dealer's first card form a Flush, Straight, Three of a Kind, Straight Flush or Suited Three of a Kind combination.
The Perfect Pair, Coloured Pair, Red/Black Pair, and 21+3 combinations pay in accordance with the paytable below.
Side bets cannot be placed without placing a regular bet. All types of side bets can be placed at the same time.
|Suited Three Of A Kind||100:1|
|Three Of A Kind||30:1|
Note: The payout format used here means that when you win, you get back your bet plus an amount that is a multiple of your bet.
Note on disconnections: if you are disconnected from the Internet in the middle of the game, log in again into the casino. You will be automatically directed back to the game and you can continue the game from the point where it was broken. If you re-open the game without re-logging into the casino, the game will start from the very beginning. In both cases, your previous wins will be paid.
To check the results of your old games or find additional details about recent games, click the History button, available in the Menu. Use your regular username and password to log in and check the outcome of previous rounds of both desktop and mobile version of the game.
Note on malfunctions: a malfunction voids all pays and plays.
Note on unresolved bets: unresolved bets placed become void after 90 days.
The theoretical percentage return to player (RTP) is 98.34%.
The theoretical percentage return to player (RTP) for the 21+3 side bet is 95.38%.
The theoretical percentage return to player (RTP) for Player's/Dealer's pairs side bet is 93.89%.