Classic Blackjack. This blackjack variation is nothing less of a fierce duel between the player and the dealer. When playing Classic Blackjack, the player does not have the opportunity to double their bet, split their hand, or buy insurance against the dealer’s blackjack. If the player wins, they get paid 3 to 2.
Perfect Pair. This version of the casino game is a nice choice for true adrenaline lovers. The game is played with five decks of cards. On top of that, players are allowed to make an additional bet. Moreover, if after the first deal you end up with two cards of the same suit and value, you have an amazing opportunity to win 25 times your original bet.
Blackjack Switch. After the first deal of cards, the player has the right to switch any two cards with the dealer. If the dealer has the total of 17 points, they’re not allowed to take an additional card. The player can take advantage of the bonus and make a Super Match bet with face-down cards. If two cards match, the player wins x2 their bet. If three cards match, the player is paid x5. Two pairs will bring a whopping x8 payout. The maximum win is x40 your initial bet. To get this payout, you need to have four matching pairs of cards.
Twenty-One (Spanish version). The Spanish card deck consists of 48 cards, with the exception of dozens. If both the dealer and the player hit 21, the player wins. The payout is determined by the number that ensured a blackjack. If the player collected the required number of points with just five cards, they’ll get paid 3 to 2. If there were six cards, the payout will be 3 to 1. If a blackjack resulted from seven cards, then the payout is 2 to 1. If you’re lucky to have three 7s, you win a x50 jackpot.
Blackjack Double. In this blackjack variation, the dealer reveals their cards immediately after the first deal. After that, players are allowed double their bets. Players can buy an insurance by making a x3 bet. If the dealer has a blackjack combo (10 and Ace), the player loses their bet but gets a “double attack”. Also, players are allowed to increase their bet on any card, including split aces.