FAQs » Blackjack

In this mode, players bet against the dealer and win the hand that is closest to the value of 21 points.

Initially we are dealt two cards and depending on the score of these two we decide what the most appropriate action is.

If you receive an Ace and a card with a value of 10 you get Blackjack and win 3:2 on your bet.

When your hand and the croupier’s tie, you are refunded the original bet.

Jack (J), Queen (Q) and King (K) are valued at 10 each.

Ace: 1 point or 11 points
King: 10 points
Queen: 10 points
Jack: 10 points
Ten: 10 points
Nine: 9 points
Eight: 8 points
Seven: 7 points
Six: 6 points
Five: 5 points
Four: 4 points
Three: 3 points
Two: 2 points

If a you have a pair of identical cards, you may choose to form two independent sets if when asking for more cards you get another equal pair, you can continue opening the game. To open the game, you need to bet on the game again the same amount you bet on the first game.

Should letters be "black", cards 10, J, Q, K and Ace all have a value of 10 and can be considered equal pairs to open or split. Each game is independent.

Depending on the Blackjack game you play, you will be able to double your bets under different conditions. In general, you are allowed to double your bet if you get 9, 10 or 11 by betting the same amount you had bet and, if you eon, you could double your profit.

If the dealer’s upcard is an ace, you can take insurance. 

If you have taken insurance and the dealer has Blackjack, your insurance bet will pay 2:1 on what you bet for the Insurance.

If the dealer did not have Blackjack, you would lose your Insurance. 

If the dealer’s upcard is an ace, you can take insurance. 

If you have taken insurance and the dealer has Blackjack, your insurance bet will pay 2:1 on what you bet for the Insurance.

If the dealer did not have Blackjack, you would lose your Insurance. 

Depending on the Blackjack game, 1 to 8 decks may be used.

Cards are automatically shuffled before each Blackjack round.

When this happens, a tie or push occurs and you recover your bet.


If you make a 10-dollar bet and win, you will receive 10 dollars plus your original bet, so the payout is 2:1

The dealer will stand when he reaches value 17

Natural Blackjacks are paid 3 to 2. That would be one and a half times the value of the bet. 

Example:

1. I have made a 20-dollar bet. You are dealt one Jack of Spades and an Ace of Diamonds and you have blackjack. The dealer is dealt a ten of clubs as his first card and a six of hearts as his second card.

Winning blackjack. You win 30 dollars plus the original amount you bet. 

Blackjack payouts are 3:2. The total amount won is 30 dollars + 20 dollars = 50 dollars.