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Experience the thrills of the world's most popular casino game - right from the comfort of your own phone!

  • Available on Android Cards, iOS Blackjack & J2ME Premium Pack applications.
  • Amazing 97% payout - that's the best around!
  • Betting limits for beginners up to high rollers.

Blackjack, also popularly known as "21", is probably the most popular table game offered in gambling establishments. The rules are easy; you simply need to have a hand value that is closer to 21 than that of the dealer; without exceeding the value of 21. If so, you win!

One of the most popular mobile casino games
Blackjack tables are always the most crowded games inside the casinos. This exciting game of luck and skill has been gripping the attention of game lovers for centuries. Now, it's one of the most popular mobile casino games that players enjoy from the comfort of their own mobile device. Another plus that attracts so many players to mobile Blackjack is that with a little bit of experience you could actually gain a winning edge and "beat" the house. So there's some skill involved here that could essentially make you rich!

Mobile Blackjack is played with 5 decks of 52 cards each. The cards are shuffled after every hand played.

Cards Value
  • If an Ace is dealt to a player first it has a value of 11, unless the total sum of the players hand is over 21. In this instance the Ace will be valued at 1.
  • When an Ace is dealt to the Dealer it has a value of 11. If the Dealer's hand is 16 he must draw. If the Dealer's hand is between 17 and 21 he must stand. If the Dealer's hand is over 21 the Ace will be valued as 1.
  • All cards from 2-10 are counted at their face value.
  • All Royal cards - Jacks, Queens and Kings - have a value of 10.

If a player's hand consists of an Ace and one of either a 10, Jack, Queen or King, it will be considered a Blackjack hand and you will receive a 3 to 2 payment immediately (if you bet 10 you will win back 15). If the Blackjack hand is dealt in a Split hand (not with the first two cards) it will NOT be considered Blackjack, but just 21, and will not pay 3 to 2 like a genuine Blackjack.

Win mobile Blackjack
  • The dealer's hand exceeds 21.
  • Your Hand total is greater than that of the dealer.

Split Option If your first two cards have the same value, for example two 4's, two 5's or a 10 and a Queen, such a combination can be split into two new hands. You can then play normally starting with one card instead of two. Your initial bet will be doubled automatically, unless your balance has insufficient funds. If a Blackjack hand is received as a result of a split hand it will be considered as 21.

Double Option
If your hand equals a total of 9, 10 or 11 when the first two cards are dealt you may choose to double your bet. On choosing this option in mobile Blackjack you will only be dealt a single card.

Insurance Option
The insurance option gives you the chance to protect yourself when you believe that the dealer has a Blackjack hand. If the dealer's initial card is an Ace, and you believe that the dealer's other card is either a 10 or a Royal, you may buy insurance against the dealer's potential Blackjack at the total price of half of your initial bet. If the dealer does have Blackjack, the insurance will pay 2 to 1, corresponding to the amount of your initial bet. If you buy insurance and the dealer does not have Blackjack you will lose that insurance amount. Your initial bet is then settled normally.
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