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Atlantic Blackjack

About Atlantic Blackjack

If you’re looking for a great great card game that’s starting to stand out from the rest, look no further than Atlantic Blackjack! It’s one of the best Blackjack simulators on the market for new and veteran players alike, with fun gameplay and a beautiful sense of style; you’ll be coming back to this game again and again.

Atlantic Blackjack is incredibly fun, simple and relaxing to play. Smooth jazz plays in the background, setting the relaxing atmosphere you would expect from any kind of car game. A velour table, complete with glass siding and cup holders beckons you into the game. It’s all these little touches that add to an immersive feel – you’ll feel like you’re sat at a table competing in your own personal game of Atlantic Blackjack.

How to Play

The goal of the game is to beat the dealers hand whilst trying to get your hand to as close to 21 as possible, without going over it. Going over 21 one means you ‘Bust’ and lose the round as well as the stake you put in.

To begin simply select how much you’re willing to wager between the minimum bet of £1 and the maximum of £100. From there you and the dealer are given 2 cards each from a standard deck. Both of your cards are dealt face up, whilst one of the dealers is face down; you then have the option of drawing more cards by selecting ‘Hit’ until you get to 21 or going bust by getting over 21. Then the dealer will turn over his other card and reveal if he won or also went bust.

If the dealer has an Ace as his one visible card, you’ll be offered the choice of ‘insurance’, which pays out at half your initial stake. The dealer will then check if they have Blackjack; if they don’t, you’ll win your original stakes with odds of 2:1.

All the individual hands have different values; the number cards are fairly straightforward – a two of hearts counts as 2, a three of clubs is 3, etc. The face cards all count as 10 and the Ace stands in as either 1 or 11, so it can be pretty helpful for landing yourself as close to 21 as possible.