This Las Vegas version of the game definitely deserves the attention of savvy players or just those seeking additional thrills from more bets per round!
Are you a true blackjack fan? We have something interesting for you! Blackjack Pro is a variation of Blackjack with an increased payout ratio and one of the lowest house edges among casino games.
The game originates from the set of rules used in Las Vegas casinos on the Strip back in the 1970s. It is played with 6 decks, each containing 52 cards. Players can make a bonus bet before any cards are dealt. If any of the cards is a Jack, the player can significantly multiply their bet winnings, regardless of the regular game's outcome. Look out for a combination of Two Jacks of Spades, which grants a Bet multiplier of x100.
Also worth mentioning are the Double and Split features. You can split your hand up to 3 hands. The dealer always stands on soft or hard 17. A tie results in a “Push” and your hand is returned. Isn’t it impressive?
The goal is to collect up to 6 cards with a face value higher than the banker’s without exceeding 21. If a combination of cards exceeds 21, it's called a "Bust," resulting in an instant loss in the round. An ace can be counted as 1 or 11 if included in the first two cards.
A Blackjack combination of an 11-point ace and any 10-point card pays 3 to 2 at the beginning of the round.
The first two cards of equal rank can be split. This means separating each card into two hands and placing an equal bet to the initial bet. Then, the game is played for two hands with individual cards and stakes, which doubles the winning possibilities.
Players can place Bonus bets on the winning outcome of the first two cards before the game round to get up to x101 multiplier.
The game can be played with three hands at once.
It’s possible to double the bet if the player’s initial two cards' value is 9,10 or 11 and add the last card to the hand.
A player can repeat the previous bets by clicking the Rebet button.
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