Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold
Calling all blackjack enthusiasts! The Microgaming favourite Las Vegas Strip Blackjack table game has just a received a killer new upgrade. For all of you who enjoyed the previous rendition of the game then prepare for an even sleeker new interface and some extra features to really up your game. Microgaming have reimagined the graphics on this one making it more like the Las Vegas tables which serve as its namesake. Gone is the brightly coloured, somewhat gaudy incarnation of the table and chips which can be seen on the original version of the game. The Las Vegas Strip Blackjack table is a more realistic light green with wood effect and leather covering whilst the chips are more rendered and detailed giving the Gold version an altogether more authentic look.
It is not simply the graphics which have undergone a transformation. The game has now become even more interactive. Instead of subscribing to the traditional Microgaming format of choosing your bet with the ‘add’ or ‘subtract’ tabs you can now choose your coin size manually and place it on the table. Las Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold has definitely brought the player closer to the Las Vegas table experience. The brightly coloured chips are available to toggle through on the bottom left of the screen until you find the one you wish. Then simply click the table to set it down. All that’s left to do is deal to begin the game.
Regular payouts on this game are at odds of 1:1 with BlackJack set at 3:2. Those of you who are casino experts can utilise the Auto-rebet and Quick Deal functions available on this game.
The rules on this one are very much in line with its predecessor. A player is permitted to split two cards of the same value. The split bet placed on your second hand will be equal to your original bet. You may split a pair of aces only once. Should you then draw a card with the value of 10 then this will not count as blackjack although it will still total 21. The only way the dealer may top this is to draw blackjack by having their first card as an Ace and then a card with the value of 10. After you split an ace you will only be dealt one more card which will automatically stand.
You may double down on your first two cards only. You may also double down on a split. After you double down you will be dealt one card only which will automatically stand.
Las Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold Edition offers insurance on a bet. This insurance bet is equal to half of your original betting amount and will remain independent from your regular bet. The insurance bet will only cover your original bet- not second hands on a split or a double down. If the dealer has BlackJack the Insurance bet pays out at odds of 2:1.
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