Blackjack Match

Pull up a seat the Blackjack Match table to experience an incredible twist on the casino classic!

    Blackjack Match Game Overview

    Blackjack fans get ready because this game is bound to excite. 

    With classic blackjack rules and multiple side bets available to pick from, Blackjack Match is a twist on the iconic casino game.

    Hand Options

    Once you have been dealt your hand, you can choose from one of the following options: Double Down, Insurance and Surrender.

    Each option will have a different outcome. 

    Double DownDoubles your original wager and increases the wager on your hand accordingly. If you're feeling confident about your hand, then this may feel like the move for you! Unlike standard blackjack games, this game will offer the option to Double Down on hand with a value other than 9, 10 and 11.
    InsuranceIf the dealer's first card is an Ace, then you may be thinking that you could lose the game. To offset some of this risk, then you can insure your hand for half your original bet. If the dealer does win blackjack, then your Insurance bet will pay out 2:1!
    SurrenderNot a fan of your current hand? For half of your original bet, you can choose to abandon the hand.

    Betting Options

    There are multiple betting options available to pick from in Blackjack Match, which can speed things up so you can get on with playing the game.

    • Repeat and Deal - repeats your previous hand's bet in a flash.
    • Let 'em Ride - feeling confident? This option allows you to stake all your winnings from your last hand.
    • Double - doubles your previous bet.

    Speed Mode

    Want everything to move a little bit faster? We've got you covered.

    Speed Mode puts the game into 'turbo mode', so things play out at a faster speed.

    Side Bet Payouts

    Any 6 Pairs4/1
    Any 7 Pairs9/1
    Any 8 Pairs50/1
    Any 9 Pairs100/1
    Any 10 Pairs500/1

    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 99.64%

    The expected return 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 £99.64 of wins.