Signature Infinite Blackjack

Signature Infinite Blackjack

Pull up a chair and go head-to-head with the live dealer in Signature Infinite Blackjack!

You can enjoy the Six Card Charlie feature in this game, whereby you automatically win the hand if you are dealt six cards without busting.

You can also play a range of side bets to give you more chances to win, including Hot 3, 21+3, Any Pair and Bust It.

Take a seat.


    Signature Infinite Blackjack Game Overview

    The chip sizes available in Signature Infinite Blackjack range from £1 to £200.


    Card Values

    Any cards with a value from 2 to 10 will be worth their face value.

    Face cards, which are Jacks, Queens and Kings, are worth 10.

    Depending on which value would benefit your hand more, Aces can either be worth 1 or 11. If an Ace valued at 11 features in a hand, it is known as 'soft'.

    When your betting time has expired, each player receives a face-up card from the dealer, starting from their left-hand side. A second card is then awarded to each player, also face-up, however the dealer's second card will be face-down.

    You can see what your hand is worth by checking the number next to it.


    Blackjack

    If the first two cards you are dealt are equal to 21, you win Blackjack. To do this, you must have an Ace alongside a 10, Jack, Queen or King.

    You can only win Blackjack with your initial two cards. If you have a hand worth 21 as a result of splitting pairs, it is not viewed as Blackjack.


    Six Card Charlie

    If your hand is worth 21 or less after receiving six cards, your main Blackjack bet will be paid out automatically. This remains the case in the event that the dealer has Blackjack.

    Split hands are evaluated separately.


    Insurance

    If the dealer's face-up card is an Ace, you can place an Insurance wager to protect yourself against the chance of the dealer holding Blackjack.

    Insurance wagers are priced at half of your original bet.

    Winning insurance bets are paid out at 2:1 if the dealer does have Blackjack after checking their down-card. If this isn't the case, the game proceeds as usual.


    Making a Decision

    After your initial two cards have been dealt, you have to select one of these options: Hit, Stand, Double Down or Split.

    If betting time is up and you have yet to make a decision, it is decided that you will Hit with a hand worth 11 or lower, and Stand if your hand is worth 12 or more.


    Double Down

    If your first two cards don't win Blackjack, you will have the option to Double Down. This doubles your initial bet, and you receive another card.


    Hit or Stand

    Choose to Hit if you want to be dealt an extra card, or Stand if you're satisfied with the state of your hand.


    Split

    You can Split your hand if the initial two cards you receive have an identical value. This creates two separate hands.

    If you Split Aces, you will only be dealt one more card on each hand.

    It is not possible to Double Down if you've Split your hand.

    You can only Split a hand once.


    Dealer's Hand

    After the dealer's face-down card has been flipped, they are required to Hit on a hand worth 16 or less, and Stand on a hand that is at least Soft 17.


    Outcome of the Game

    If your hand's final value is closer to 21 than the dealer's, you will be a winner. You will also win if the dealer busts their hand.

    A 'push' will occur if your hand is worth the same value as the dealer's, and your wager is returned.

    If your hand's value goes over 21, it busts and you lose.


    Return to Player (RTP)

    The optimal theoretical payout percentage is: 99.47%. 

    The expected return to player is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £99.47 of wins.

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