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Two hole cards is all it takes to play Blackjack. The dealer draws to 16 and stands on all 17. Practice in demo-play mode before you play for real. We’ve got an exciting selection of Blackjack games for you to enjoy including Classic Blackjack and American Blackjack. It’s just you against the dealer in pursuit of the highest-value hand. 21 is the magic number to hit, but anything that beats the dealer’s hand total is good enough for a win. Once you place your bets, you’ll be dealt two hole cards, and one of the dealer’s cards will be face up, the other face down. Based on your cards and the dealer’s upcard, you will make decisions about whether to hit, stand, double, or take insurance. Use Blackjack strategy charts and the tips & tricks in our guides to beat the dealer. Remember, it’s always your call player!

Rules of Play for Blackjack Games

When you play blackjack games, your goal is to simply beat the dealer’s hand total without exceeding 21. You could theoretically stand on any hand value and if the dealer busts, you win. Each blackjack game has a unique set of rules. For example, certain blackjack games like Classic Blackjack have a minimal number of decks in play. This means that it is much easier for players to calculate odds based on which cards are dealt, and the cards remaining in the deck. If you can, it’s always advisable to play games with 1 or 2 decks of cards as opposed to 6 or 8 decks of cards. For information on the game rules and how to play blackjack, simply click on the ‘?’ in the bottom right of the screen. This will provide additional information for you on how to play. We make it easy for you to rebet, clear all bets, withdraw your winnings, or switch games.

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One word truly says it all…. Blackjack. It’s like a crack of thunder rolling across the midnight sky, bringing with it the promise of spectacular entertainment, and monster-sized payouts. Blackjack is available in multiple variants at 888casino NJ, including Atlantic City Multihand Blackjack, Classic Blackjack, and Live Blackjack. No other casino game comes close, as you’re about to find out!
Classic Blackjack has a unique set of rules. Cards 2 – 10 have their face value. Jacks, Queens, and Kings assume a value of 10, and Aces can be 1 or 11, depending on the value of the hand. Hard Hand totals don’t feature Aces, while Soft Hands contain Aces valued at 11. In Classic Blackjack the payout for Blackjack (Ace + 10-value card) is 3:2. In American Blackjack payouts for Blackjack are 3:2 and winning hands pay even-money. You don’t need to hit 21, you just need to beat the dealer to win!
In all cases, the Dealer must draw to 16, and stand on all 17s. In Classic Blackjack games at 888casino, Insurance bets pay 2:1. With 6 decks of cards in play (52 cards per deck), players needn’t worry about shuffling since this done after every round. American Blackjack also features the Perfect Pairs side bet and the 21+3 side bet. Go head-to-head against the dealer, and make every blackjack play count.
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Frequently asked questions

  • How do you beat the dealer in Blackjack?
In Blackjack games, players simply need to put together a stronger hand total than the dealer, without exceeding 21. Players can beat the dealer by taking various actions. These include ‘Hit’, ‘Split’, ‘Double’, ‘Stand’, ‘Surrender’ and ‘Insurance’ where applicable.

  • Should I play the Insurance Bet in Blackjack?
Insurance is an optional Blackjack bet which comes up when the dealer’s upcard is an Ace. The Insurance bet protects you in the event of a dealer blackjack. However, the odds of a dealer having a 10-value card are 16/52 or 30.77%. That means you would lose 69.23% of these bets. When the 2:1 payout is factored into the equation, you end up losing more money than you would win. The short & sweet answer is no.

  • What’s the difference between 6:5 Blackjack and 3:2 Blackjack games?
Over the years many blackjack games have changed from offering 3:2 payouts on Blackjack to 6:5 payouts on Blackjack. This means that if you bet $10 on a 3:2 Blackjack game and you win, you will get paid out $15 ($10 x 3/2). In a Blackjack game with a 6:5 payout, a $10 winning bet on Blackjack wins $12 ($10 x 6/5). In other words, you get better payouts at a 3:2 Blackjack table.

  • Do I need to count cards in Blackjack?
Card counting is the process whereby players keep a ‘running count’ of the number of high and low cards in the deck. Values of 1 and -1 are assigned to specific ranges of cards. If there is a negative count, it means that more high cards have been dealt and few remain in the deck. This is advantageous to the dealer. If the count is positive, this means more low-value cards have been dealt and more 10-value cards remain in the deck. This is advantageous to the player. Card counting is ineffective when multiple decks are used, and when continuous shuffling is employed.

  • What is a Blackjack Strategy Chart and how do I use it?
Blackjack Strategy Charts present players with statistically reliable information on when to ‘Hit’, ‘Stand’, ‘Double’, ‘Split’ or ‘Surrender’. Blackjack Strategy Charts provide important insights based on the dealer’s upcard, the player’s hand, and the number of decks in play. To use the chart, players simply match their hand total with the dealer’s upcard until the intersection point. Abbreviations are used for actions that players should take: D = Double, S = Split, DS = Double or Stand, and H = Hit. There are Blackjack Strategy Charts for 4/6/8 decks of cards.
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