atlantic city blackjack
Make your way to the city of riches in Microgaming’s Atlantic City Blackjack. It’s you against the dealer in this fantastic online casino game. Can you get closest to 21?
About Atlantic City Blackjack
Hear ye, hear ye, a call out to our fair knights and maidens of the Castle Jackpot realm, introducing another addition to our online casino games arsenal in the form of Atlantic City Blackjack. As many of our slots players often like to take a break from our array of slot games, we felt it was only fitting to introduce another fantastic casino addition to quench their thirst. Atlantic City Blackjack encompasses the standard gameplay where players play against the dealer with 8 packs of 52 cards in the mix, excluding Jokers. Brought to you by Microgaming, who many jousters may be familiar with from their popular online slot games such as Immortal Romance, the game developers have instead switched towards casino games and have smashed it out the park. A sleek user interface combined with fast gameplay, Atlantic City Blackjack possesses an abundance of fantastic qualities that has arguably launched Microgaming into the realm of casino card games.
How to Play Blackjack
As with many of our online casino games here at Castle Jackpot, we tend to give our players a deeper insight into all the games we offer, so check out our Online Blackjack Tips for Beginners to grasp a better understanding. In this blog, you’ll find all the basic rules as well as some tips on how to play blackjack.
With so many blackjack variants available across all casino sites, it does sometimes become confusing as to what the chip values are in different games. For Atlantic City Blackjack, the chip values are as follows:
- Purple = £1 - Light Blue = £2 - Dark Blue = £5 - Green = £10 - Orange = £20 - Red = £25 - Burgundy = £50 - Black = £100
Atlantic City Blackjack: The Basics
Blackjack is a fairly simple game to follow but there are a number of rules that players must be aware of before playing.
There are 8 decks of cards with 52 in each, excluding the Joker. The aim of the game is to get closer to 21 than the dealer without exceeding 21. Dealers will place one card up and one card down when they are dealing the deck. The second card will only be revealed once the player has stood/betted. All cards are worth the value stated unless they are an Ace which can be 1 or 11. Picture cards are valued at 10. Pairs can be split in two with another card dealt alongside them. This will double the player’s hand and will place a separate bet.
How to Win Atlantic City Blackjack
How to Set your Stake
Players will see one section in front of them where they should select the chip value they wish to stake and place this in the circle. If you accidentally select a chip you don’t want to stake, just click the ‘Undo’ button.
How to Play
Once the cards have been dealt, players can choose to stand, i.e. don’t draw another card; ‘Hit’ which will draw another card; or ‘Double’ which will increase your initial stake x2.