Vegas Downtown Blackjack - Online Casino

Vegas Downtown Blackjack - Online Casino

Head Downtown this exciting version of everyone's favourite casino classic.


    Vegas Downtown Blackjack Game Overview

    The minimum bet size available in Vegas Downtown Blackjack is £1.

    The table limit is £1,000.

     

    Card Values

    Read on to find out how much each card is worth in the online casino game Vegas Downtown Blackjack.

    • Ace: worth one or 11, depending on which value is more beneficial to your hand
    • Cards are two to 10: each is worth its face value
    • Face cards: all face cards are worth 10


    How to Play 

    This is a standard online casino blackjack game. 

    As such, the aim is to hold a hand that is closer in value to 21 than the dealer's.

    If the total sum of your hand exceeds 21, you will automatically lose.

    Blackjack is awarded if your first two cards consist of an Ace and a picture card or 10 - this is the best hand possible and can only be won from your initial hand.

    At the end of the round, if your hand and the dealer's hand are of equal value values, the game will end in a 'push' and your bet will be returned.

     

    How to Bet

    To place a bet in this game, select your chip size and place it in the box at the bottom of the casino table.

    If you're happy with your bet, click 'Deal' to begin your game. 

    Otherwise, click on the ‘Clear’ button to remove all bets placed.


    Betting Options

    You can place any of the following three bet types in Vegas Downtown Blackjack:

    • Splitting - if your first two cards are of the same value, you can split your hand into two hands. If you split, you will need to place a second wager (the same as your original wager) on the second hand
    • Double Down - when your first two cards equal nine, 10 or 11, you can 'double down' on your next card. This requires another wager (equal to your original one) and you will only receive one more card thereafter
    • Insurance - you can place an Insurance bet if the dealer's first card is an Ace. Insurance attempts to protect your original hand in case of the dealer achieving Blackjack. If the dealer does have blackjack, Insurance pays out at 2-1; if the dealer doesn't have Blackjack, your Insurance will be lost and your hand will continue as normal

     

    Return to Player (RTP)

    Return to Player: 99.62%

    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 £99.65 of wins.