Rise up and you could claim an incredible Progressive Jackpot in this Casino classic, Phoenix Blackjack!
The bet sizes in Phoenix Blackjack range from £1 to £1,000.
Phoenix Blackjack Explained
Phoenix Blackjack is a standard game of blackjack with a couple of marvellous twists!
Just as in regular blackjack, the aim of the game is to create a hand that is closer to 21 than the dealer's, without going over 21!
Creating a hand that is worth more than 21 will cause you to 'go bust' and you'll lose the game.
Phoenix Side Bet
There is a special side bet available in Phoenix Blackjack, called the Phoenix Side Bet.
If you choose to play this side bet then all the cards in the Hearts suit will be replaced by Phoenix cards.
The goal of the side bet is to collect the new Phoenix cards.
The more Phoenix cards you manage to find, and the higher their value, the greater the value of the winnings awarded!
This side bet is based on the first two cards that you receive from the dealer.
If you chose to place a Phoenix Side Bet, then there's a chance you could pocket the progressive jackpot prize!
You need to receive a Phoenix Blackjack from the first two cards in your hand to be able to enter the Jackpot Bonus and win the jackpot.
The Jackpot Bonus uses a set of five wheels called 'the Phoenix Burner'.
The wheels in spin in order from left to right.
If you land on an arrow segment, then you will progress to the next wheel, which will contain higher-value prizes!
The final wheel features a Phoenix Jackpot segment. You need to land on this segment to pocket the jackpot.
Landing on a numbered segment will award the corresponding prize and end the bonus.
To create Blackjack, you need to receive an Ace and a 10 or a picture card at the very beginning of the game - these should be the first two cards you receive.
Blackjack will always beat a hand that is equal to 21 but contains more than two cards.
If you stand then no more cards will be dealt to you.
If the dealer's hand equals 16 or less, then they will need to draw more cards to add to their hand.
If their initial hand equals 17 or more, then they won't be able to draw anymore cards.
The dealer must draw on 16 and under and will always stand on 17 and above.
If the dealer’s hand is worth the same as yours, then the hand is a ‘push’, which will see your wager returned.
An Ace can be worth 1 or 11, with the card adopting the value that is of the most benefit to your hand.
The cards 2-9 are worth the number on the card, whilst the 10, Jack, Queen and King are all valued at 10.
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 99.60%.
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 £99.60. of wins.
Phoenix Side Bet RTP: 97.90% + 0.60% Jackpot contribution.