Atlantic City Blackjack

Atlantic City Blackjack

Atlantic City Blackjack is the casino classic packed full of exciting game features.

    Atlantic City Blackjack Game Overview

    In order to place a bet, select a chip at the bottom of the table and then place it on the section of the casino table where you want to place your bet.

    In this game, the denominations of available chips stand at £1, £5, £25, £100 and £500.

    If you'd like to delete a placed bet, hold the spacebar down and click on the specific chips that you want removed.

    Click 'clear' and all of your bets will be erased.

    You start the game by clicking on 'deal'.

    Betting Options

    Repeat and Deal - your bet from the last round is repeated.

    Let 'em Ride - all of your winnings from the most recent hand are staked.

    Double - Click 'double' and the size of your previous bet will be doubled (the bet must remain under the table limit of £1000).

    How to Win Blackjack

    A winning hand in blackjack is one that equals or is nearest to 21.

    You reach 21 by using a combination of different cards.

    An ace with a picture card or a 10 is known as 'blackjack' and beats all other hands.

    All picture cards are worth 10, and all other cards except ace are valued at the number displayed on them.

    Aces can be valued at either 1 or 11, depending on which is most beneficial to your hand.

    If your cards equal the same value as the dealer's hand your stake is returned, and this is called a 'push.'


    If you are dealt two cards of the same value you can then split your hand.

    You are required to bet the same stake to cover both hands.

    Doubling Down

    Once you've been given your first two cards, you can double down on your bet.

    This means you have to match your existing bet for that hand, and you will receive only one extra card.

    You are paid out at twice your initial wager if you win.

    A unique feature of Atlantic City Blackjack is that you can double down on any two cards, plus you can double down after splitting your initial hand as well.


    If the dealer's first card is showing Ace then you are offered insurance, which can protect your your hand against the possibility of the dealer getting blackjack.

    This costs half of your original bet, and if the dealer fails to complete blackjack then your insurance bet is forfeited, and the hand will proceed as normal.


    This option allows you to walk away from your hand following the deal.

    If you select this option, half of your original bet is lost.

    Return To Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 99.64%

    The expected return 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 £99.64 of wins.

    The return is based on the player making the best choices.