Blackjack Match

Blackjack Match

Try our high-powered version of the popular casino classic, Blackjack Match.


    How to Bet

    Click on a chip at the bottom of the table and then place it on the required section of the casino table.

    The chip denominations available in Blackjack Match are £1, £5, £25, £100 and £500.

    Selecting 'Clear' will remove all of your bets.

    Selecting 'Deal' will start your game of Blackjack.


    How to Win Blackjack

    A winning hand in Blackjack is one that has a sum that is closest to 21.

    An ace with a picture card is known as 'blackjack' and beats all other hands.

    Picture cards have a value of ten.

    Aces can be valued at either 1 or 11 depending on which helps your hand.

    If the sum of your cards and dealer's cards are the same then you will receive your bet back - this is known as a push.


    Splitting 

    If the two cards you are initially dealt are of the same value, you have the option of splitting your hand.

    You must bet the same stake to cover both hands.


    Doubling Down

    Just like in ordinary Blackjack, you are given a chance to double down on your bet after you have seen your first two cards.

    In Blackjack Match you can double down on any two cards while in traditional blackjack you can only double down on certain cards.

    You must match the existing wager you had when you double down.

    If you win you will be paid out at twice your total wager.


    Insurance

    If the dealer's first card is showing Ace you are given the option to protect your hand by purchasing insurance.

    The insurance will cost you half of your original wager.

    If the dealer does end up drawing blackjack, your insurance will pay out at 2:1 with your original wager lost.

    If the dealer does not have blackjack, you will lose your insurance bet and the hand continues as normal.


    Speed Dealing

    In the settings, you can turn on the Speed Dealing feature to play blackjack at super speed.


    Change Table Colour

    In the settings, you can change the table colour to your lucky colour.


    Dealer History

    In the advanced section, you can track the dealer card history.


    Strategy

    You can find an in-game strategy card to boost your blackjack skills in the advanced section.


    Rules

    You can check out multihand Blackjack game rules in the advanced section.


    Surrender

    This option gives you the chance to walk away from your hand after it has been dealt.

    You lose half your original bet if you surrender your hand.


    Blackjack Match Side Bet

    This side bet game gives you the change to win up to 500/1 on your bet.

    The minimum side bet is £1 and the maximum is £100.

    The side bet game runs over multiple Blackjack games until the dealer gets blackjack or you win the side bet jackpot.

    The pairs are matched against your first two cards that are dealt to you.

    The more pair matches you collect the more you win.


    Pair Hands to Match

    Pair of Clubs

    Pair of Diamonds

    Pair of Hearts

    Pair of Spades

    Blackjack

    Pair of 10s

    Pair of Js

    Pair of red Qs

    Pair of black Ks

    Perfect Pair As


    Blackjack Match Side Bet Payouts

    Any six pairs - 4:1

    Any seven pairs - 9:1

    Any eight pairs - 50:1

    Any nine pairs - 100:1

    Any ten pairs - 500:1


    Return To Player (RTP)

    Return to Player: 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 of wins.

    The return is based on the player making the best choices.