- Contact us
- Getting Started
- 3 Card Poker
- Atlantic City Blackjack
- Bejeweled Hypercash
- Bingo 90
- Bingo 75
- Monopoly SNAP!
- Blackjack - Singlehand
- Blackjack - Multihand
- Vegas Strip Blackjack
- Blackjack + 3
- Bullion Bonanza
- Caribbean Stud Poker
- Deal or No Deal
- Diamond Bonanza
- Double Bubble
- Fortuna the Dragon
- Fortune Temple
- Fun of the Fair
- Girl's best friend
- Golden Balls
- High Five
- Hi Lo
- In it for the Monet
- Pai Gow
- Play Your Cards Right
- Pirates Plunder
- Queen of Egypt
- Ray Gunn
- Reel Deal Diner
- Reel Wild West
- Roulette Splendide
- Spinning For Gold
- Tiki Island
- Tiki Temple
- Tycoon's Progressive
- Ultimate Video Poker
- Vegas Downtown Blackjack
- Winning Streak
- The Winstones
- Yeah Baby!
Atlantic City Blackjack
The fast-paced excitement of Atlantic City is encapsulated in this brilliant Blackjack variant that's played with eight decks of cards, and offers late surrender for half your stake back even after seeing your first two cards.
How to Place a Bet:
At the bottom of your game screen you'll find different colour chips, each displaying a different coin value up to £500.
In Blackjack you can bet using either £1, £5, £25, £100 and £500 chips, up to a maximum bet of £500 per hand. To get started, simply click on a chip and place it on the table.
If you wish to cancel a bet before the cards have been dealt, press and hold the spacebar on your keyboard and click on the coin on the table. To cancel all bets, click the CLEAR BETS button.
To start a game click DEAL, the dealer will then proceed to deal the cards.
Alternative Betting Methods:
Once you have played the first game of Blackjack, other means of betting will become available:
Repeat and Deal - this will repeat your bet from the last game.
Let 'em Ride - this will repeat your bet plus any winnings you may have from the last game (This is not available if your previous bet took out insurance.)
How to Win
The aim of Blackjack is to hold the hand that totals closest to 21.
This can be done using any number of cards:
- Picture cards count as 10
- Numbered cards count as the value they display
- Aces can count as either 1 or 11 (depending on what works best for your current hand)
Please note: A 10 or a picture card and an ace, known as Blackjack, will beat other combinations.
If your card hands adds up to the same total value as the dealer's you'll receive your bet back (PUSH), unless one hand contains an ace and a picture card, in which case it wins.
Game Features in Blackjack:
In Blackjack you can Split your hand if you are dealt two cards of equal value. Vegas Strip also allows you to split mismatched picture cards (for example - a Queen and 10 of Spades).
A split will divide your cards into two separate hands, both playing against the dealer with matching bets. (Please note: Upon splitting your bet will automatically double to cover both hands.)
Doubling Down allows you to double your original bet, after your first two cards have been dealt. You may only draw one more card afterwards.
If you win you'll be paid out an amount double your original wager.
However, if the dealer gets Blackjack after you've split or doubled, your entire wager, both original and double or split amounts, are lost.
Insurance gives you the opportunity to protect your hand against the Dealer drawing Blackjack, and costs half your original bet. However it will only be offered when the Dealer draws an ace as a first card.
If the dealer does have Blackjack, your insurance will pay out at 2-to-1 though you'll lose your original wager.
If the dealer doesn't have Blackjack, you'll lose the insurance though you can continue the play based on your original wager.
Insurance only covers your original wager; it does not cover any double down bet.
The surrender option allows you to walk away from your hand, even after it's dealt, though you will lose half of your original bet.
How is Atlantic City Blackjack different?
Key rule variants:
- Even mismatched picture cards can be split up to three times, offering four hands
- You can Double Down on any two cards, including after a split
- Late surrender is possible
- Insurance is available
- Played with eight decks