Aim for 21 with our exciting casino game, Atlantic City Blackjack.
Atlantic City Blackjack is our classic blackjack game where you can split or double down your way into more chances of winning!
You can also purchase insurance or surrender your hand to limit your losses, giving you the best chances for huge winnings.
To place a bet, click on a chip at the bottom of the table and then place it on the section of the casino table where you want to place your bet.
The chip denominations available in this game are £1, £5, £25 and £100.
To remove a bet that you placed, hold the spacebar down and click on chips that you want removed.
To remove all your bets, click 'clear.'
To start the game click on 'deal'
Repeat and Deal - this will repeat your bet from the previous round.
Let 'em Ride - this is a bet that stakes all your winnings from the previous hand.
Double - To double the size of your previous bet, click 'double' (the bet must remain under the table limit of £1000).
How to Win Blackjack
A winning hand in blackjack is one that totals 21 or closest to 21.
21 can be made up of different card combinations.
An ace with a picture card or a 10 is known as 'blackjack' and beats all other hands.
Picture cards are valued at 10 while all other cards have the value shown on them.
Aces can be valued at either 1 or 11 depending on which helps your hand better.
If your cards equal the same value as the dealer's hand then you will get your bet back in what is known as a 'push.'
If you are dealt two cards of the same value then you will have the option to split your hand.
You must bet the same stake to cover both hands.
After receiving your first two cards you have the option to double down on your bet.
To double down, you must match your existing bet for that hand and you will receive only one extra card.
If you win you will be paid out at twice your initial wager.
A unique feature of Atlantic City Blackjack is that you can double down on any two cards, and also get the chance to double down after splitting your initial hand.
If the dealer's first card is showing Ace then you will get the chance to protect your hand against the possibility of the dealer getting blackjack by offering insurance.
Taking insurance will cost you half of your original bet.
If the dealer does not end up getting blackjack you will forfeit your insurance bet and the hand will continue as normal.
This option allows you to walk away from your hand after it has been dealt.
You lose half of your original bet if you choose to surrender.
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player: 99.64%
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 of wins.
The return is based on the player making the best choices.