Vegas Strip Blackjack

Experience all the fun of the Vegas Strip with this exciting version of classic Blackjack!

    Vegas Strip Blackjack Game Overview

    The bet sizes for Vegas Strip Blackjack range from £1 to £500.

    Vegas Strip Blackjack is played with four decks of cards as opposed to eight, improving your win expectation by 0.6%.

    How to Bet

    Select a chip of your desired value from the rack visible at the bottom of the table.

    Place your chip in the required section.

    If you wish to remove a bet, select the chip with your cursor and hold down the spacebar.

    If you wish to remove all bets, select the 'Clear' option.

    How to Play Blackjack

    To start your game, simply click 'Deal'.

    The aim of the game is to achieve Blackjack - a hand totalling 21 - or get as close to it as possible.

    You'll start by drawing cards from a pile.

    All number cards score at face value, while picture cards all count as 10. Aces can value at either one or 11, depending on which will benefit your hand more.

    To get Blackjack, the first two cards you draw must be an Ace paired with either a 10 or a picture card.

    If you reveal this hand, you'll win the game and be awarded 150% of your bet!


    Betting Options

    Aside from standard betting, there are three betting options available in this game:

    • Repeat and deal - this option duplicates your bet from a previous game
    • Let ‘em ride - this option places a bet using your winnings from the previous game. This option is only available if you did not take out insurance on your last game
    • Double - this option doubles the amount bet on your hand. This can be done using any two cards


    There are a number of features available in this game:

    • Splitting - if you draw two cards of equal value, you can opt to split them into two hands. If the dealer draws blackjack after you split then you will forfeit your whole bet.
    • Doubling Down - this will double your original bet after you have seen your first two cards. After doubling, you may only draw one more card. If the dealer draws blackjack after you double down then you will forfeit your whole bet.
    • Insurance - if the dealer draws an Ace as their first card, you will have the option to purchase insurance for half the price of your original wager. This will act as a safeguard for your hand, meaning that if the dealer goes on to reveal 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 will continue as normal.
    • Surrender - with this option, you can choose to drop your hand after it has been dealt, thereby forfeiting the game. This will cost you half of your original wager.

    Stand on All 17

    The dealer must 'stand' on both soft and hard 17s in this game.

    This slightly increases your chances of winning.


    Return to Player (RTP)

    Return To Player: 99.65%.

    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.

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