Blazing 7s Blackjack

Blazing 7s Blackjack

Beat the Dealer in this classic game, Blazing 7s Blackjack!


Bet Size

The minimum bet in Blazing 7s Blackjack is 10p.

The maximum bet is £100.


Introduction

Blazing 7s Blackjack is a blackjack casino game where you play against the Dealer to score the closest to 21 as possible without busting.

It includes an optional Blazing 7s side bet that takes into account hands that have sevens for a chance to win up to 777x your bet for one hand.

This game is played with a 6-deck pack of cards and you can play with up to three hands.


How to Play - Blackjack Rules

To begin, make a standard blackjack bet. The Blazing 7s side bet is optional and this is the only point of the game that this bet can be made.

The Dealer will then deal two cards to each player and two to himself, with one card face up, and the other face down.

The total of any hand is the sum of the card values in the hand.

You then have to choose whether to stand, hit, double down, or split.

If a hand of two Aces is split, a card will be automatically drawn for each pile and there will be no further actions allowed for these hands.

A hand may only be split once, so you cannot split a hand that has already been split.

The Dealer acts last and must hit on 16 or less and stand on 17 through to 21.

You will win when your hand totals higher than or equal to the dealer’s hand without going bust, or you have 21 or less when the dealer's hand busts (exceeds a total hand of 21).

The game paytable displays Blackjack payouts.


Insurance Side Bet

Only when the Dealer's face up card is an Ace is the insurance side bet available.

This is a bet that the Dealer has a total of 21 exactly (blackjack).

For insurance, the bet amount is always half of the blackjack bet for the current hand.

You receive the option to pay the insurance side bet for each hand.

You can see the payout for winning the insurance bet in the game paytable.


Blazing 7s Side Bet

The payouts for the Blazing 7s side bet are displayed in the game paytable.

If at least one of your two cards is a 7, you will be paid.

If both of your first two cards are 7s, your payout is greater.

The payouts are enhanced even more if your initial two cards are 7s and the Dealer’s up card is a 7, or if all three of these 7s are of the same colour or the same suit.

Regardless of how well the hand performed in Blackjack, the Blazing 7s side bet will pay out. 

This remains the case even if the hand exceeds 21.


Card values in Blackjack

In Blackjack, the card values are as follows:

Ace - can be counted as 1 or 11

2-10 - are counted as their respective number

J, Q, K - are counted as 10.

Suits are irrelevant in blackjack, although they count in the Blazing 7s side bet.


Return to Player

Return To Player (RTP): 92.60 – 99.32%, dependant on bet placement.

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 £92.60 – 99.32 of wins, dependant on bet placement. This return is based on the player making the best choices.