Pull up a seat and go head-to-head against dedicated dealers in Signature Live Blackjack!
The chip sizes available in Signature Live Blackjack range from £1 to £500.
How to Play
Eight standard 52-card decks are used in Signature Live Blackjack.
The values of each card are shown below:
Signature Live Blackjack uses eight regular decks of 52 cards.
The cards are valued as below:
|Numbered Cards (2-10)||Face value|
|Face Cards (Jack, Queen, King)||10|
|Ace||1 or 10 (whichever benefits the hand more)|
Once the betting period has expired, each player receives one card face-up.
How to Achieve Blackjack
Blackjack is won when the value of your initial two cards equals 21.
Achieving a Blackjack hand is more valuable than reaching 21 in a hand of three or more cards.
A Blackjack hand is also more valuable than a hand that is created from a 'Split' pair.
Note - Blackjack awards 1.5x your initial bet.
If the dealer's face-up card is an Ace, it is possible that they may have Blackjack when they receive their second card.
To offset this risk, it is possible to buy insurance at 0.5x your main bet.
Your main bet and the insurance bet are settled individually.
If the dealer has Blackjack, then the insurance bet will payout at 2:1.
The dealer wins if they have Blackjack but you do not.
If the dealer does not have Blackjack, then the game will continue.
A 'push' happens when you and the dealer both have Blackjack - your stake will be refunded when this happens.
This option is available once your first two cards have been dealt.
Opting to 'Double Down' will add one more card to your hand and double your stake.
Note - you cannot 'Double Down' on a split hand.
When you opt to 'Hit', another card will be added to your hand.
This process can be repeated until the value of your hand is more than 21.
Once you select 'Stand', no more cards will be added to your hand.
It is possible to 'Split' a hand if it is formed of two cards that are equal in value.
Opting to 'Split' will separate the initial hand into two, separate hands - each hand will now have a separate bet that is the same value as your first bet.
Each hand will receive another card so that there are two cards in each one.
You may 'Hit' on both hands unless they were created from a split pair of Aces.
You can only split a hand once.
The aim of Signature Live Blackjack is to get closer to 21 than the dealer.
Going over 21 will result in a bust.
The dealer will reveal their second card once all players have shown theirs.
If the dealer's hand equals 16 or less, they must 'Hit'.
However, if their hand equals a soft 17 or more, they must 'Stand'.
Signature Live Blackjack offers several side bets that may be combined with your main bet.
If your initial hand forms a pair of cards, then you may place a Perfect Pairs bet.
There are three different types of pairs available.
|Mixed Pair||Different suits||6:1|
|Coloured Pair||Same colour, different suits||12:1|
|Perfect Pair||Same suit and value||25:1|
It is possible to place a 21+3 side bet if your first two cards make one of the following outcomes when combined with the dealer's up-card.
|Straight||In numerical order but different suits||10:1|
|Three of a Kind||Identical values but different suits||30:1|
|Straight Flush||In numerical order and the same suit||40:1|
|Suited Trips||An identical triplet||100:1|
In the event of a malfunction, the round and payouts will be voided.
It is possible to 'Bet Behind' another player's hand so that you share their outcome.
To bet behind a player, pick an active spot behind their seat before the betting period expires.
The payouts in Bet Behind bets are the same as regular bets.
Your stake is returned if your selected player does not play a round.
If your selected player opts to 'Double Down' or 'Split', then you may choose to double your wager.
You cannot stop other players from betting behind your hand.
It is not possible to bet behind your own hand.
The 'Hot Players' icon signals the players with the longest winning streaks.
The number of consecutive wins that a player has achieved will be highlighted in the number on the Hot Players icon.
The Hot Players icon disappears once a Hot Player loses a round.
Return to Player (RTP)
The optimal theoretical payout percentage is:
The expected return to player is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £99.28 of wins.