Signature Infinite Blackjack

Signature Infinite Blackjack

Play Signature Infinite Blackjack and join the race to 21!

This live casino game includes Six Card Charlie, where you will win if you are dealt six cards without exceeding 21.

The side bets available in this game include Hot 3, 21+3, Any Pair and Bust It.

Take on the dealer.


    Signature Infinite Blackjack Game Overview

    The chip sizes available in Signature Infinite Blackjack range from £1 to £200.


    Card Values

    Cards from 2 to 10 are equal to their face value, while face cards (Jacks, Queens and Kings) have a value of 10.

    Aces can be worth either 1 or 11, and they will assume the value that is more favourable to your hand. Any hand that includes an Ace worth 11 is known as "soft".

    Once betting time is up, the dealer will deal one card to each of the players and themselves, and it will be face-up. The dealer will then give each player a second face-up card to all players, although their second card is face-down.

    The value of your hand will be displayed alongside it.


    Blackjack

    You win Blackjack if your first two cards have a total of 21. This is achieved with an Ace and a 10, Jack, Queen or King.

    Blackjack can only be completed with the first two cards in your hand. A hand worth 21 that was formed via splitting your hand is not classed as Blackjack.


    Six Card Charlie

    If you are dealt six cards by the dealer, and your hand is worth 21 or less, then your main bet wins automatically. This still applies if the dealer has Blackjack.

    If you have split hands, then they will be evaluated individually.


    Insurance

    If the dealer has an Ace as their face-up card, you will be able to place an Insurance bet. This will protect you against the possibility of the dealer winning Blackjack.

    Insurance bets cost exactly half of your initial wager.

    The dealer will check their face-down card to see if they have Blackjack. If they do, then Insurance bets will be paid out at 2:1.

    If the dealer doesn't have Blackjack, then your Insurance bet loses and the game proceeds as normal.


    Making a Decision

    When you receive your first two cards, you must choose one of the following options: you can Hit, Stand, Double Down or Split.

    If you fail to make a decision prior to the expiration of betting time, it is determined that you will Hit if you have a score of 11 or fewer, and Stand if you have a hand worth at least 12.


    Double Down

    You can Double Down on your hand, as long as its initial value is not 21.

    This will double your original wager, and an extra card will be dealt to you.


    Hit or Stand

    If you wish to receive another card, then select Hit.

    If you're happy with the value of your cards then choose Stand, and you won't receive any more cards from the dealer.


    Split

    If the first two cards you are dealt have the same value, then you can Split them and create two individual hands.

    If you Split Aces, then only one extra card will be dealt to each hand.

    You cannot Double Down on a Split hand, and only one Split is available per hand.


    Dealer's Hand

    The dealer will reveal their down card when every player at the table has made their decisions on their hands.

    If the dealer has a hand worth 16 or fewer they must Hit, and they will be required to Stand on a hand worth Soft 17 or higher.


    Outcome of the Game

    If the value of your final hand is nearer to 21 than the dealer's, or if the dealer busts their hand, you will win.

    If your hand is worth the same as the dealer's, then it is a 'push' and the value of your bet will be refunded to you.

    Should the value of your hand exceed 21, it is a bust and you lose your wager.


    Return to Player (RTP)

    The optimal theoretical payout percentage is: 99.47%. 

    The expected return to player 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 £99.47 of wins.