Take on the dealer in this classic casino game, High Stakes Single Deck Blackjack, for a stimulating gameplay and potentially big prizes to be won.
As with any Blackjack game, the aim is to beat the dealer by forming a hand which is closer in value to 21 than theirs.
Continue to draw cards until your hand equals 21 or is as close to 21 as possible without exceeding it.
Going over 21 will cause you to 'bust' and lose.
Blackjack is the best score possible - it's awarded when your initial two-card hand totals 21 and is achieved by an Ace and a 10 or picture card.
Blackjack beats all other hands totaling 21, which aren't achieved by blackjack.
If your first two cards are of the same value, you can 'split' your one hand into two separate hands.
This requires you to place another bet on the second hand at the same value as your original wager.
It's not possible to win blackjack when splitting, even if your initial hand comprised two Aces.
If you and the dealer both achieve blackjack, the dealer always wins if your blackjack was formed from a split hand of two Aces.
You can split a hand a maximum of three times - this lets your hold up to four cards at once.
Aces can only be split once.
This feature allows you to double your bet.
If you Double Down, you'll only be able to add one more card to your hand, and only if your initial hand equals nine, 10 or 11.
You can choose if the card is dealt face up or face down.
The dealer must draw another card if their initial hand equals 16 or less; they must stand if it equals 17 or more.
Any hand with blackjack wins - this is when your two cards comprise an Ace and a 10 or picture card.
Going over 21 means your hand will 'bust' and lose, regardless of the dealer’s hand.
If your hand is worth the same as the dealer’s, the round is declared a ‘push’ and your bet will be returned.
Place your bets to start the game.
Do this by choosing a chip from the rack at the bottom of the screen and placing it on the casino table.
You can also place the below three bets in this game:
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 99.91%
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 $99.91.