Live Dealer Blackjack
Six ideal decks containing 52 cards each are utilized in a game of Live Dealer Blackjack. All the cards are completely jumbled at the beginning of every round. The dealer is coerced to stay on all hands of 17 and blackjack wins any hand which carries the value 21.
The player has no option to surrender in the Live Dealer Blackjack game and the game enables him to split any pair. Supposing the player splits two aces and then receives a card which has a value of 10, he does not win a blackjack even if the total comes to 21. At no point in time can a player re-split his cards on any given hand. On splitting any pair of aces, the player will receive an additional card, after which he has to stand.
The player can choose the double down option on the initial couple of cards that total up to 9, 10 or 11. The amount of the double down bet will be equivalent to the player’s initial bet. The player has the option of doubling down after choosing to split. The player cannot double down on a blackjack. On doubling down, the player’s hand or hands are only entitled to an additional card and then he must stand.
The game facilitates the player to choose the insurance option every time the dealer displays an ace card. However, the insurance amount is equivalent to half of the player’s original bet. The payout probabilities from insurance bet is 2:1 and if the dealer is not really carrying a blackjack, then the player has to cancel the insurance bet amount.
There are plenty of features a player can avail from in a Live Dealer Blackjack. There are multiple tables for the player to choose from and the browser play function enables the player to play on the browser without downloading the game. A generous thirty seconds is issues between every deal which helps the player to take his time and make the next move.