Live Blackjack has been given a sleek upgrade in the casino game Signature Live Blackjack! Play to experience awesome Signature features
The chip sizes available in Signature Live Blackjack range from £1 to £500.
How to Play Signature Live Blackjack
This game is played with eight regular decks of 52 cards.
Cards values are as below:
When the betting time is up, each player will receive one card face-up.
Blackjack is awarded when your initial two-card hand is worth 21 exactly, and will pay out 1.5x your initial bet.
You can only purchase an Insurance bet if the dealer's face-up card is an Ace.
Insurance protects you in the case of the dealer achieving Blackjack, even if you also have Blackjack.
The cost of an Insurance bet is 0.5x your main bet.
Insurance bets and your main bet are settled individually.
This feature adds another card to your hand, once your initial two cards have been dealt.
Choosing to Double Down will also double your stake.
You cannot Double Down if your hand has been split.
Hit adds another card to your hand.
You can Hit as many times as you like, as long as your hand doesn't exceed 21.
This lets the dealer know that you're happy with your hand and don't want any more cards.
You can only Split if your initial two cards are of equal value.
Your hand will then split into two separate hands - a separate bet, equal to your first bet, will placed on each hand.
Both hands will then be dealt another card - unless the initial hand was a pair of Aces, you can Hit on each.
Each hand can only be Split once.
If your hand exceeds 21, you will 'bust' and lose.
Once all players have revealed their first two cards, the dealer will reveal their second card:
To win, the sum of your hand must be closer to 21 than the dealer's.
If the dealer busts, you will also win.
Blackjack is worth more than a hand of 21 made up from three or more cards - it is also worth more than a hand of 21 that was originally a 'Split' pair.
The below Side Bets are available in Signature Live Blackjack.
Each Side Bet placed is combined with your main bet.
There are three types of Perfect Pairs, which can only be placed if your initial hand is a pair:
|Mixed Pair||Different suits||6:1|
|Coloured Pair||Different suits but same colour||12:1|
|Perfect Pair||Same suit and value||25:1|
The 21+3 side bet can be placed if your first two cards, and the dealer's up-card, forms one of the following combinations:
|Straight||Different suits but in numerical order||10:1|
|Three of a Kind||Different suits but identical values||30:1|
|Straight Flush||Same suit and in numerical order||40:1|
|Suited Trips||An identical triplet||100:1|
Malfunctions will void this round and the payouts.
Bet Behind Feature
This lets you bet behind another player's hand, meaning you will share the outcome regardless if they win or lose.
Bet Behind payouts are the same as standard bets.
Select an active Bet Behind spot before the betting time is up.
If your chosen player does not participate in a round, your stake will be refunded; if they Double Down or Split, you also have the option to double your wager.
You cannot stop other players from betting behind your hand.
It's not possible to bet behind your own hand.
The Hot Players icon lets you know which player has the longest winning streak.
If the Hot Player loses a round, they'll also lose the Hot Players icon.
Return to Player (RTP)
The optimal theoretical payout percentage is:
Blackjack – 99.28%
Perfect Pairs bet – 95.90%
21+3 bet – 96.30%
The expected return to player 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 £99.28 of wins.