Atlantic City Blackjack GOLD
Transport yourself to the Blackjack tables of Las Vegas right here at Slingo! Blackjack Gold is coming to town – and it could get you some equally golden winnings! Woohoo!
This easy-to-play game is not only super-duper fun, but it also gives you the chance to Double Down – and double your winnings! So gear yourself up to face that troublesome dealer and see if you’ve got what it takes to win big…
How To Play
Placing your bet couldn’t be simpler! All you have to do is select the chip that you want to place, and then click on the betting area to place it. That’s it! Your mission is to get a higher hand than the dealer’s – but make sure it doesn’t exceed 21! Blackjack is created by getting 2 cards – one is an Ace, and the other card will have a value of 10. In this game, all face cards will have a value of 10. Aces can be equal to 1 or 11. Got it so far? Good – because there’s more to come, so pay attention!
The dealer will get 1 card, face-up, and you’ll get 2 cards, face-up. You’ll be able to assess your cards to see whether or not you can get Blackjack and try to figure out if you can beat the dealer. Remember – Blackjack cannot be beaten, only matched, so pray that the dealer doesn’t get Blackjack too if you manage to get your hands on this longed-for card combo! You can HIT to receive an extra card, or you can choose STAND to end the game. You and the dealer can each draw nine additional cards to make a hand of eleven cards – as long as the hand doesn’t exceed 21!
If you want the chance to double your winnings (let’s be honest – who wouldn’t?) then you can choose ‘double down.’ If you reckon the dealer won’t get Blackjack, and you can beat him with your next card, then you can double your bet – and hopefully double your winnings! Fingers crossed!
You can split cards that have the same value or denomination, so you’ll end up with multiple hands. Bear in mind that if you split 2 Aces and get a card that has a value of 10, this won’t be equal to Blackjack, and you can only split Aces once.
If you think that the dealer could get Blackjack (for example, if the dealer’s face-up card is an Ace, this means that he has a good chance of getting Blackjack – which is bad news for you!) you can place an Insurance Bet to cover your back. Your Insurance Bet is half of your regular bet, and if the dealer does get Blackjack it will pay out 2:1. However, if you’re wrong and the dealer doesn’t get Blackjack, the cost of the Insurance Bet will be taken out of your credit balance. Bad luck.
You can only late surrender if the dealer doesn’t have Blackjack, and you can only take this step on the first two cards dealt. This will cost you half of your regular bet amount – is it worth it? Why not fight until the very end? Have a go, and see if you can beat the dealer!
Return To Player
This game has a theoretical RTP of 99.65% which means for every £100 wagered it will pay out £99.65