Probably the best known of all the various casino card games, Blackjack is enjoyed worldwide, offering players the chance to test their skills and strategy against the casino.

Try your skills at one of our Blackjack tables. Our internationally trained staff are there to ensure you enjoy gaming in a friendly 
and professional environment.

Feel free to ask the dealers any questions regarding the rules of the game, etc...

How to play Blackjack

The objective of blackjack is simple – your aim is to beat the Dealer’s hand by attempting to get as close to 21 as possible without going over.

To play, just place cash chips in the box in front of you when you sit at the table. The Dealer will deal two cards to you (and any other player on the table) and one to themselves.

All cards are dealt face up.Picture cards have a value of 10, Aces are valued as 1 or 11.

The Dealer will offer you the option of taking additional cards – to accept extra cards, either tap the table or say “card please”. To refuse extra cards, say “stay”, “stick” or “no cards”.  

Once you have decided to stop taking additional cards, the Dealer begins to add cards to their own hand. The Dealer must draw a card if their total is less than 17 and stop once they reach 17 or more. Over 21 (bust or 'too many') and your hand wins if it is still live.

If your total is higher than the Dealers or the Dealer has bust, then your bet is paid at even odds. If your total is lower then you lose your bet and if equal then you get your money back.

 A “Blackjack” is a two card hand consisting of a picture card (that includes 10s) and an Ace – this hand will pay you odds of 3 to 2 (€15 for €10). 

The Dealer will shuffle a total of 6 decks of cards and will ask you or another player to cut the cards before placing them in a “shoe” for dealing. You may play more than one hand at a time.

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