Try your hand at the live casino game Madison Avenue Blackjack for a chance to beat the dealer and potentially win cash prizes!
The aim of Madison Avenue Blackjack is to hold a better hand than the dealer without going bust.
This game is hosted by a live dealer.
Up to seven players can play at a time.
Madison Avenue Blackjack is played with eight standard 52-card decks.
Blackjack is the best possible outcome - it is awarded when your first two cards equal 21 exactly.
Card are worth the following in this game:
When the betting time is up, the dealer will deal each player one card face-up (dealing starts with the player on the dealer's left and moves clockwise).
All players will then be dealt a second card face-up, ending with the dealer.
The dealer's second card will be face-down.
The total of your initial hand will be displayed next to your cards.
After your initial two cards have been dealt, you have the following options:
You can only split once per hand.
Exceeding 21 will cause you to 'bust' and lose your bet.
If you do not bust, the dealer will reveal their face-down card after all players have had their turn.
You win if the dealer 'busts' or your final hand is closer to 21 than theirs.
If you and the dealer tie, your bet will be returned.
Blackjack beats a hand of 21 comprising three or more cards, and a hand of 21 resulting from a split pair.
You can only purchase Insurance if the dealer's second card is an Ace.
It reduces the risk of the dealer having blackjack, even if you also have blackjack.
Insurance bets cost half your original stake.
If the dealer does have blackjack, Insurance pays out 2:1; if the dealer has blackjack and you did not purchase Insurance, odds are paid out 3:2.
The dealer will then check their face-down card, which will result in one of the following outcomes:
Insurance cannot be purchases when the dealer's face-up card is a 10, J, Q or K.
Insurance bets are settled separately.
There are two side bets available in this game (below).
Side bets can be combined with your main bet.
You can win a side bet even if you don't win your blackjack bet.
This side bet sees you win if your initial two cards consist of a pair.
There are three Perfect Pairs in this game, which each have different payouts (below):
Perfect Pairs Payouts
You win the 21+3 side bet if your first two cards as well as the dealer's face-up card form one of the following winning combinations:
Any malfunctions void the game round and all payouts.
This feature allows you to bet on another player's hand.
You will share the outcome of their hand, even if they do not win.
Payouts for Bet Behind wagers are the same as ordinary bets.
Place a bet in any activated Bet Behind spot at another player's seat before the betting time expires.
If you place a Bet Behind someone who does not participate in the round, your bet will be immediately refunded.
The nickname displayed at each seat lets you know which player is in charge of the decision making for that hand.
However, you can decide the following:
You can't place a Bet Behind bet on your own hand, nor can you prevent other players from betting behind you.
This icon lets you know which player has the longest winning streak.
The number in the gold medal tells you how many consecutive rounds that player has won.
Madison Avenue Blackjack RTP
Return to Player (RTP): 99.28%.
The expected return to player is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £99.28 of wins.