Vegas Strip Blackjack
Vegas Strip Blackjack Review
- Number of decks: 6
- Blackjack payout: 3:2
- Dealer’s forced move: Stands on all 17
- Dealer’s first card: One up
- Split: Yes
- Re-Split: 2
- Split Aces: Yes – no draw
- Double Down: Any
- Surrender: No
- Insurance: Yes
Dealer dtands on all 17s in this super game of Vegas Strip Blackjack. You may split any pair, and you can re-split up to 2 times, though you cannot re-split aces. A split hand which ends up as a 2-card 21 is not considered blackjack.
You can double down on any cards, even after a split, but not on split sces. Insurance is available for those who think it is necessary, at a cost equal to fifty percent of your initial starting bet. You cannot surrender in this game.
In Vegas Strip Blackjack your initial bet must be somewhere between 2 and 200 USD/GPB/Euro. All wagers are made using chips in denominations of either 2, 5, 25, or 100. When you win a hand, your payout depends on the type of win. Blackjack pays 3:2, and all other wins pay even money at 1:1. Insurance bets pay 2:1 if the dealer in fact has blackjack. All bets push in the event of a tie.
Because Vegas Strip Blackjack is a hole card game, a slightly different strategy will apply than if you were playing two-up blackjack. Since one of the dealer’s cards is hidden from view until your hands are compared, there is an element of surprise involved. Generally, it is best to assume that the hole card is worth 10. This will keep your bets a bit more conservative, and will better prepare you if the dealer has a good hand.
Vegas Strip Blackjack delivers the goods in every category. It sports clean, realistic graphics and combines those with smooth gameplay for a seamless gaming experience. This six deck game is ideal for beginners and experts alike. Vegas Technology knows their way around the blackjack world, and this proves it!