Experience a range of exciting features when you take on the dealer in Blackjack Remastered.
In any Blackjack game, your aim is to try and get a hand worth as close to 21 as possible.
You must draw cards until your hand equals 21, or is as close to that figure as possible without exceeding it.
To win Blackjack, the first two cards must total 21. This is achieved when you have an Ace alongside a 10 or picture card (Jack, Queen or King).
If you choose to stand, no more cards will be dealt to you.
Any hand that exceeds 21 goes bust, and it loses regardless of what the dealer's hand does.
If the dealer's cards are worth 16 or less, they must draw. If they have a hand worth at least 17, they have to stand.
If your hand is worth exactly the same as the dealer’s, this is known as a ‘push’, and your bet is refunded.
Blackjack beats a total of 21 that isn't Blackjack. An Ace can be worth either 1 or 11, depending on which strengthens your hand the most.
The cards 2-9 are worth face value, whilst the 10, Jack, Queen and King all have a value of 10.
You can split your hand if you receive two cards of the same value, dividing your hand in two.
If you opt to split, you must place a bet on the second hand that is identical to your initial bet.
Should you split Aces, it is not classed as Blackjack if you draw a card worth 10. Although this will be worth 21, it will still lose to a hand of Blackjack from the dealer.
When you play Blackjack Remastered, you can split your hand three times, which can give you a maximum of four hands. However, you cannot split Aces on more than one occasion.
Double the stake on your initial wager, and when you do this you'll only receive one more card. This card can either be dealt face up or face down.
In this game it's possible to double down on any two cards irrespective of their value, plus this option is available on split hands.
You can buy insurance to protect your hand against the dealer's, if their first card is an Ace. This is priced at exactly half of your initial bet.
Insurance pays out at 2:1 if the dealer draws Blackjack, and your first bet is lost.
If the dealer does not have Blackjack, your insurance bet loses and the hand will carry on as normal.
You can fold your hand immediately after it is drawn with the surrender feature. This causes you to lose half of your initial wager.
Blackjack Remastered RTP
Return To Player (RTP): 99.64%.
The expected return 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 £99.64.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.