Fly through the flames and you could activate a Progressive Jackpot in Phoenix Blackjack!
This game features a unique side bet, and the aim is to accumulate ‘Phoenix’ suited cards.
The Phoenix suit substitutes for the standard Hearts suit. The side bet win is based on the first two cards you receive, and any Phoenix cards that are included in these.
Your win will be more valuable if they include more Phoenix cards, as well as higher ranked Phoenix cards, and you will then have the chance to trigger the Progressive Jackpot.
To win the Progressive Jackpot, you must bet on the Phoenix Side Bet.
If a Phoenix Blackjack lands on your first two cards, you are entered into the Jackpot Bonus Round, which earns you a shot at triggering the Progressive Jackpot.
You will be faced with the Phoenix Burner when you have entered the Jackpot Bonus Round, and this consists of five successive wheels that feature progressively large prizes and arrows. When these land, you are taken to the next wheel.
Your goal in this bonus is to land progressing arrows all the way to the fifth wheel. Once you are there, if you land on the Phoenix Jackpot symbol, the Progressive Jackpot is activated.
If you land on a large number as opposed to an arrow/the jackpot prize, you receive that instead and the feature will conclude.
The main objective in any game of Blackjack is to beat the dealer by building a hand with a total value that is as close to 21 points as possible, without going over it.
Until your hand totals 21 you may continue to draw cards.
If the first two cards total 21, which will be formed of an Ace paired with a 10 or picture card, you win Blackjack and trigger a payout.
If you stand, you won't receive any more cards.
Any hand that goes over 21 is bust, and irrespective of what the dealer's cards total this hand will lose.
The dealer must draw on 16 and under, while if they have 17 or more they will stand.
If the dealer’s hand is worth the same amount as your hand, it is a ‘push’ and you will receive your stake back. Blackjack beats non-Blackjack 21’s.
An Ace can be worth either 1 or 11, and it assumes the value that improves your hand the most.
The cards 2-9 are taken at face value. The 10, Jack, Queen and King each have a value of 10.
Phoenix Blackjack RTP
Return To Player (RTP): 99.60%.
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 £99.60. This return is based on the player making the best choices.
Phoenix Side Bet RTP: 97.90% + 0.60% Jackpot contribution.