Blackjack Remastered is our exciting version of the Vegas classic.
The bet sizes available in Blackjack Remastered range from £1 to £1,000.
How To Play
The main aim in any game of Blackjack is to try and beat the dealer by accumulating a total hand value close to, but not exceeding 21 points.
Until your hand either totals 21, or is a value that is as close as possible to 21, you must draw cards.
If the first two cards total 21, an Ace paired with a 10 or picture card, then you will have won Blackjack.
Choose to stand at any point and you will be dealt no further cards.
Any hand that exceeds 21 goes bust, and irrespective of the dealer's hand it will be settled as a loser.
The dealer must draw on 16 and under and will always stand on totals of 17 and over.
If the dealer’s hand is valued identically to yours then the hand is called a ‘push’, and you will have your stake returned to you.
Blackjack will always beat non-Blackjack 21’s.
An Ace may have a value of either 1 or 11, and the card takes the value that assists your hand more.
The cards 2-9 are taken at face value, whilst the 10, Jack, Queen and King are all valued at 10.
If you receive two cards of the same value, you can choose to split your hand, and this will divide it into two.
When splitting, you are required to place a bet on the second hand that must be equal to the amount you staked on the initial bet.
If Aces are split and then a card with a value of 10 is drawn, it will not be classed as Blackjack.
Although this hand has a value of 21, it will lose to the dealer if they draw Blackjack.
You are able to split your hand three times in this game, so you could have up to four hands at once.
However, Aces can only be split on one occasion.
This allows you to double your original bet. After doubling, you will only receive one more card.
You can choose to take your one extra card face up or face down.
In Blackjack Remastered, you have the option to double down on any two cards, regardless of their total, whilst also being given the opportunity to double down after splitting your original hand.
If an Ace is the dealer’s first card, you can purchase insurance in order to protect your hand.
The price of insurance is exactly half of your initial wager.
If the dealer draws Blackjack, the insurance will pay out at 2:1, and you lose the original wager.
If the dealer does not have Blackjack, you lose the insurance bet and the hand proceeds as normal.
With the surrender function in this game, you can walk away from your hand after it has been dealt.
If you do this, half of your original wager will be lost.
· American hole card game
· Dealer peaks on 10 value cards and Aces
· Eight Decks
· Dealer stands on soft 17
· Double Down on any two cards
· Double down after splitting
· Split three times to make four hands
· Aces can only be split once
· Only one card dealt to split Aces
· Split Aces do not award Blackjack
· Late surrender is allowed
· Malfunction voids all pays and plays
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.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.