Atlantic City Blackjack GOLD
Have YOU got what it takes to beat the Dealer? This energetic game of Blackjack will put your skills to the test – and could earn you some incredible winnings!
This brilliant online Casino game is played with 8 standard decks of 52 playing cards, and offers you the chance to double your bet to double your win! Keep your cards close to your chest and face the Dealer for some impressive wins!
How To Play
Blackjack experts will be very familiar with the structure and rules of play, but it is so simple to get to grips with that novices will easily be able to hop on board! The aim of the game is to get a higher hand than the dealer, without exceeding 21. If the dealer’s hand goes bust, you’ll also win! Firstly, just tap the chip selection arrows to choose the chip size you want to bet, and then tap the betting area on the table to place a bet.
The dealer is dealt one card, face-up, and you’ll be given 2 cards, face-up. Blackjack is a combination of an Ace and a card with a value of 10. All face cards have a value of 10, and Aces can have a value of either 1 or 11. Blackjack cannot be beaten, only matched. When you click HIT, you are dealt one card – this is to see if you can get Blackjack with the new card that you are dealt. If you click STAND, you end the game. You and the dealer can draw nine additional cards to make a hand of eleven cards, as long as the value doesn’t exceed 21.
If you feel that you can beat the dealer with the next card drawn, then you can double your bet. You can ‘double down’ on your first two cards, and a double down bet is equal to your regular bet amount. When you double down, you are dealt one card and your hand stands. Can you double your wins? Let’s find out!
You can split two cards that have the same denomination or value. When you split, a bet equal to your regular bet is placed on the second hand. A new card will be dealt to each hand. If you split a pair of Aces and draw a card with a value of 10 this isn’t Blackjack. You can only split Aces once. When you split a pair of Aces, each Ace is dealt one card, and the hand stands. You can split a maximum of three times per game, equalling four hands.
If the dealer’s first card is an Ace, you can take insurance against the dealer getting Blackjack. An insurance bet costs half of your regular bet amount and only covers your original hand. If the dealer doesn’t get Blackjack, the insurance bet is removed from the table, and the cost of the insurance bet is deducted from your credit balance. If the dealer gets Blackjack, the insurance bet pays out at odds of 2:1.
After the dealer has checked their cards, you can Late Surrender, but only if the dealer does not have Blackjack. You can only late surrender on the first two cards dealt, and the dealer must first check for Blackjack and Insurance bets must be resolved. You give up half your regular bet amount to surrender. So brace yourself for Blackjack Gold, and best of luck!
Return To Player
This game has a theoretical RTP of 99.65% which means for every £100 wagered it will pay out £99.65