Enjoy a selection of exciting game features with Blackjack Remastered.
The bet sizes available in Blackjack Remastered range from £1 to £1,000.
How To Play
The principal aim of any Blackjack game is to try and beat the dealer by accumulating a hand value worth as close to 21 as you can get.
You will need to draw cards until your hand totals 21, or comes as close as possible without going over that figure.
To win Blackjack, the first two cards must total 21, which can be done by an Ace paired with a 10 or picture card.
If you stand, you will not receive any extra cards.
Any hand that goes past 21 goes bust, and regardless of the dealer’s hand it will lose.
On totals of 16 and fewer, the dealer must draw. For hands worth 17 and over, the dealer will always stand.
If the dealer’s hand is worth the same as yours, then it is deemed a ‘push’, and your bet is returned to you.
Blackjack beats non-Blackjack 21’s. An Ace can be worth either 1 or 11, and its value will be the one that is most beneficial to your hand.
The cards 2-9 are taken at face value, whilst the 10, Jack, Queen and King are all valued at 10.
You will get the opportunity to split your hand if you are dealt two cards of the same value, and this will then divide your hand into two.
When splitting, you have to place a wager on the second hand that is equal to the amount staked on the initial bet.
It will not be classed as Blackjack if Aces are split, and then a card with a value of 10 is drawn.
This hand will have a value of 21, but if the dealer draws Blackjack it will lose.
In Blackjack Remastered, you have the option to split your hand three times, meaning you can have up to four hands, although it's only possible to split Aces once.
With this feature you can double your original bet, and after you've doubled you will be dealt just one further card.
You can choose to receive your additional card face up or face down.
In Blackjack Remastered, you may double down on any two cards regardless of their total, in addition to being given the opportunity to double down once you've split your original hand.
If the dealer’s first card is an Ace, you can protect your hand by buying insurance, which will cost you half of your primary wager.
If the dealer draws Blackjack, the insurance will pay out at 2:1, and you lose your initial wager.
If the dealer does not have Blackjack, you will lose your insurance bet, and the hand proceeds as normal.
The surrender option gives the you the opportunity to essentially fold your hand after it has been dealt.
You will lose half of your original wager if you decide to take this option.
· American hole card game
· Dealer peaks on 10 value cards and Aces
· Eight Decks
· Dealer stands on soft 17
· Double Down on any two cards
· Double down after splitting
· Split three times to make four hands
· Aces can only be split once
· Only one card dealt to split Aces
· Split Aces do not award Blackjack
· Late surrender is allowed
· Malfunction voids all pays and plays
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 99.64%.
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 £99.64.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.