Vegas Strip Blackjack
For all you Blackjack fans out there looking for the authentic Las Vegas experience then Vegas Strip Blackjack may be the game for you. This table game prides itself on keeping its rules as close to those you would expect at any of the top casinos found on the strip. It is brought to you by Microgaming, letting you know your gaming is in safe hands. With the level of experience possessed by this developer you really can’t go wrong.
For any beginners coming to a blackjack table for the first time, you need not be intimidated. The premise of Vegas Strip Blackjack is very easily understood, and the user interface is similar to many other Microgaming slot games. A game of blackjack aims to use the cards you are dealt to land a hand that is as close as possible to 21. The face cards from 2-10 are taken at their face value. The suit of a card does not matter in blackjack. The Jack, Queen, and King are all valued at 10 while you can choose to use the Ace as either a 1 or an 11. In the Vegas Strip Blackjack game, as is quite common, the dealer will stand on all 17. This means that the dealer is forced to continue picking up cards until they reach 17 or above. You, on the other hand, can choose to stand or hit regardless of the value of your cards. But remember; anything over 21 and you’re out!
Navigating through the Vegas Strip Blackjack online game is very easy. All you have to do initially is choose the value of your bet. The maximum bet you can place at this table is 200 credits. The minimum is one credit. Once you receive your first two cards, the dealer’s first card will also be revealed. At this point, you can choose to stand, hit, split or double down.
Las Vegas Strip Blackjack allows you to split two cards that have the same value. You can do this up to 3 times during a game thus creating a possible four hands. There are some conditions to this. An ace can only be split once. If you split and Ace and then draw a card with the value of 10, then this is not Blackjack; even though the value is still 21. Should the dealer draw an ace and a 10 on his first two cards, this will be Blackjack, and thus, you would lose your bet. If you split a pair of aces in Vegas Strip Blackjack, then each hand will be dealt one more card.
You are given the option to double down in Vegas Strip Blackjack. This means you can place a bet that your hand will beat the dealer’s hand with only one more card drawn. The double down bet is equal to your regular bet amount, and you can double down on your first two cards only. You can also double down after a split. After you double down, you are dealt one card, and your hand will then automatically stand.
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