9 Up Blackjack

The dealer awaits in 9 Up Blackjack.

This online casino game gives you more chances to win, in addition to classic features such as Split, Double Down and more.

Bet with the 9 Up feature in this game and you will receive a high value card from the 9 Up deck.

Take on the dealer.

    9 Up Blackjack Game Overview

    The bet sizes available in 9 Up Blackjack range from £1 to £120.

    How to Play

    Your goal in any Blackjack game is to defeat the dealer with a hand worth 21, or as close to that figure as possible, without exceeding it.

    Until your hand reaches 21 or a value close to it to give you a good chance of winning, you can continue to draw cards.

    If your first two cards are worth 21, you will win Blackjack. To do this, you must be dealt an Ace alongside a 10 or picture card.

    No more cards will be dealt if you decide to stand. If your hand exceeds 21 it is bust, and it is settled as a loser regardless of what the dealer does.

    If the dealer's hand is worth 16 or less they must draw another card, and if it's worth 17 or more they are forced to stand. Should your hand match the same total as the dealer's then it is a ‘push’ and you will have your bet returned.

    All Blackjacks beat a hand of 21 consisting of at least three cards.

    An Ace can be worth either 1 or 11. It will adopt the value that strengthens your hand the most.

    The cards 2-9 will be taken at face value, while the 10, Jack, Queen and King cards are worth 10.

    9 Up Feature Bet

    Place a feature bet equal to 20% of your main wager and you will have your first card dealt from the 9 Up deck.

    This deck consists of 9s, 10s, Jacks, Queens, Kings and Aces only, giving your hand an immediate boost.

    Win a hand having been dealt a card from the 9 Up deck and your feature bet is refunded.

    Non-Blackjack hands will only pay 1:1 on your main bet.

    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 99.64% (main game), 99.82% (9 Up feature).

    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 (main game) or £99.82 (9 Up feature).

    This return is based on you making the best choices.