Regular blackjack played in casinos allows players to waltz in at any given time to try their luck. However, in live HD Blackjack, there are only 7 seats at the table with name places which mean you can get to know who you are playing against.
The dealers on Blackjack HD will be sure to introduce themselves at the onset of the game and will wish you the best of luck as the game moves along.
You can choose to play this game in fullscreen by clicking on the full-screen button at the bottom right corner.
Let the dealing begin!
The regular minimum and maximum bets can be viewed on the left-hand side of the screen. You are also able to see your current bets and wins on the same side of the screen.
You can start a chat with the other players and with the dealer using the chat box on the left-hand side of the screen too.
Open the mini-lobby to choose between dealers and operating tables.
The ‘Settings’ button allows you to personalize your gaming experience by selecting what works for you in terms of background sounds and video quality.
The ‘Information’ icon once clicked reveals the rules of the game, its history, and the pay table.
Select the value of your bet on the bottom of the screen.
There is a statistics table to the right hand of your screen which enables you to view the percentage outcome of the last hand played.
The red cards indicate the dealer had a bust.
Like in regular blackjack, the aim of the game is to get the hand closest to a value of 21. The value of the cards is the same; an Ace can have a value of 1 or 11, cards 2 to 10 valued at face value and the King, Queen, and Jack valued at 10 points.
The dealer will draw cards for every player seated at the table and themselves all face up after the bets have been placed.
The player can choose to stand or split if the value of their cards approaches 21.
If one of the players and the dealer have the same value, it results in a push. This will end the round.
A natural hand of 21 which is a Blackjack hand has a payout of 3:2.