Play Blackjack as if you were at the casino!
Play blackjack against the dealer and see who can get 21 without going bust!
- Large high quality cards and chips
- Leaderboard to boast your score
- The table max limit is 20,000
- The player's blackjack always wins
- A total of 21 always wins for the player unless the dealer has a blackjack
- Blackjack pays 3 to 2
- Insurance pays 2 to 1
- A 21 composed of 6-7-8 or 7-7-7 of mixed suits pays 3:2, of the same suit pays 2:1, and of spades pays 3:1
- A five-card 21 pays 3:2, a six-card 21 pays 2:1, and a 21 with seven or more cards pays 3:1
- Dealer must hit on soft 17 and stand on hard 17 or higher score
- Split option available if the first two cards are the same, inclusive of Aces
- Double down option available on any total and on any number of cards
- Double after split is allowed, but only once per individual hand
- Surrender option available at any time before the dealer checks for the hold card
- Insurance option available if the dealer's first card is Ace
- Play with 48-card Spanish decks, which are standard 52-card decks with the 4 ten-spot cards removed
- Shuffling after half of the 6-deck cards played
Spanish Blackjack is a variant version of the popular table game
Blackjack. While Spanish Blackjack follows the same general structure
as Blackjack, there are a few major changes to the rules that make
Spanish Blackjack a challenging and distinct table game.
The goal of the game is to accumulate cards with point totals as
close to 21 as possible without going over. Face cards (Jacks,
Queens, and Kings) are worth 10 points. Aces are worth 1 or 11,
whichever is preferable. All other cards are worth their face value.
A combination of first two cards with an Ace and any ten-value card
(Jack, Queen, and King) is a Blackjack.
The player is dealt an initial two card hand with the option of
drawing more cards to bring the total value to 21 or less without
exceeding it ("busting"), so that the dealer will lose by
having a lesser hand than the player or by exceeding 21. The player
must choose whether to "hit" (take a card),
"stand" (end their turn), "double" (double wager,
take a single card and finish), "split" (if the first two
cards have the same value, separate them to make two hands) or
"surrender" (give up a half-bet and retire from the game).
After all player hands have finished playing, the dealer's hand is
resolved by drawing cards until the hand busts or achieves a value of
17 or higher (a dealer total of 17 including an Ace, or "soft
17", must hit one more card). The dealer never doubles, splits
nor surrenders. The dealer will not decide to hit or stand based on
your hand, and must strictly abide only by the dealer rules. As the
player, your strategy should be based on what cards you have in your
hand while taking into consideration what card the dealer has
If the dealer busts, all remaining player hands win. If the dealer
does not bust, each remaining bet wins if its hand is higher than the
dealer's, and loses if it is lower. The player's blackjack always
wins, and is always paid 3:2 regardless of whether or not the dealer
has a blackjack. If the dealer has a blackjack, all players
automatically lose, unless they also have a blackjack. A total of 21
always wins for the player unless the dealer has a blackjack. It
never pushes against the dealer's 21. A five-card 21 pays 3:2, a
six-card 21 pays 2:1, and a 21 with seven or more cards pays 3:1. A
21 composed of 6-7-8 or 7-7-7 of mixed suits pays 3:2, of the same
suit pays 2:1, and of spades pays 3:1. These bonus payouts apply even
if the hand was the result of a split. However, doubling down negates
these bonuses. In the case of a tied score, known as "push",
bets are returned without adjustment.
Spanish Blackjack is played with 48-card Spanish decks, which are
standard 52-card decks with the 4 ten-spot cards removed. Shuffling
after half of the 6-deck cards played. The player can also choose to
shuffle cards before next game.
Hand Values and Pays
Winning hands in descending order:
||An Ace and any 10 value card
||6-7-8 or 7-7-7 of spades
||6-7-8 or 7-7-7 of the same suit
||6-7-8 or 7-7-7 of mixed suits
||Seven or more cards with a total value of 21
||Six cards with a total value of 21
||Five cards with a total value of 21
||Any cards with a total value of 21
||Any cards with a total value of less than 21
||Total value equal to the dealer’s hand
||Any cards with a total value of more than 21
How to Bet
To bet just tap chips on the table. You can increase your bet by
touching the 1, 5, 50, 100, or 500 chip. You can reduce your bet by
touching the betting chip stack. To clear a bet just tap the Clear
button or reuse the last bet amount by touching the Rebet button.
To play, press Deal.
Once the cards are dealt, you can hit, stand, double, split or
surrender. Hit deals you one card. You can hit as many times as you
like. Stand ends your turn. When you select Double, your bet is
doubled, you are dealt one card and your turn ends. If your first two
cards are of equal point value you may choose to split the cards into
two hands by press Split. When split, each of the two cards becomes
the first card of a new hand and another wager of equal value to the
first wager is made for the second hand. If you do not like your
cards you can surrender your hand by touching the Surrender button
and only give up half of your bet.
- Hit: Take another card from the dealer.
- Stand: Take no more cards.
- Double: The player is allowed to increase the
initial bet by 100% in exchange for committing to stand after
receiving exactly one more card. The player may double down on any
total and on any number of cards. Double after split is allowed, but
only once per individual hand.
- Split (only available as first decision of a
hand): If the first two cards have the same value, the player can
split them into two hands, by placing a second bet equal to the
original bet. The dealer separates the two cards and draws a further
card on each. The player then plays out the two separate hands in
turn. In the case of ten-valued cards, all ten-value cards are
treated the same. Further splitting of post-split hands is not
allowed. Blackjacks after a split are counted as non-blackjack 21
when comparing against the dealer's hand. Players are allowed to
draw as many cards as they wish after splitting aces, or may double
down after receiving second or subsequent cards.
- Surrender: Surrender gives player the option to
surrender before the dealer checks for blackjack. When the
player surrenders, the house takes half the player's bet and return
the other half to the player; this terminates the player's interest
in the hand. Players can surrender after doubling.
- Insurance (only available as first decision of a
hand): If the dealer's upcard is an Ace, the player is offered the
option of taking "insurance" before the dealer checks the
hole card. Insurance is a side bet that is treated independently of
the main wager. It pays 2:1 (meaning the player receives two for
every bet) if the dealer has blackjack. The player may add half the
value of the original bet to get the option. Players with a
blackjack may also take insurance.