Typically played in casinos across North America, Atlantic City Blackjack is one of the most popular Blackjack variants in the world. Head over to the tables now and see what the fuss is about! Atlantic City Blackjack is available on Single Player tables only.
The aim in Atlantic City Blackjack is to beat the dealer, and at the start of each hand eight 52-card decks are shuffled together.
Dealers receive one hole card and automatically check for Blackjack if they have an ace or ten-value card. They will stand on 17. Should you hit Blackjack you will be paid at 3:2 odds.
The minimum bet in Atlantic City Blackjack is $1, but more betting options become available as hands progress. Players can double down on any two-card hand. This means you can double your initial bet, so long as you are committed to ‘standing’ after receiving one additional card from the dealer.
Players can also split two cards if they are paired or of equal value. So if you are dealt eight-eight, two-two, king-jack, queen-ten, or other similar combinations, you can create two hands for an additional wager of the same amount. Here are some additional rules on splitting:
Our Single Player tables allow you to play up to five betting positions (or ‘boxes’) per game round. Just click on one or more boxes to place a wager.
On our Single Player tables the action proceeds at your pace, without a timer to hurry you along. Bet sizes can be selected easily by using the chip icons, the slider or by typing the amount you wish to wager. Click on Clear to start again, or Deal to commit to the bet and start the hand. After the hand is complete, use the Re-Bet button to repeat the same wager on the next hand.
Players are allowed to ‘surrender’ in Premium Atlantic City. This means you can surrender your two-card hand and receive half your original wager back, unless the dealer is showing an ace.
If you have been dealt Blackjack, and the dealer is showing an ace, even money is a special type of insurance bet that can be made. If you decide to take even money, the payout will be 1:1, regardless of whether the dealer has Blackjack or not. If you do not take even money, the hand will play out as normal.
The theoretical return to player (RTP) for Atlantic City Blackjack is 99.64%. For more on how to play the game, visit our Blackjack Rules page.
Please note that malfunction voids all pay-outs.
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