If you like playing online casino games that involve cards, but you’re looking for a unique game that will give you some fast paced action, plenty of payouts, but a little something different for your money, then why not try our Lucky Blackjack games at these Slots today? This game is completely different to the traditional favourite, as the player does not receive any cards and instead, bets on the outcome of the dealer’s hand only – so expect lots of fast-paced fun. Open a real money account today and play to see why more and more New Zealand players are enjoying the fun that Lucky Blackjack has to offer. As a new player, you are also eligible for a$100 (plus 200 free spins) Welcome Bonus to play our games, with all winnings yours to keep!
Game Information & How to play
When you play Lucky Blackjack, you are betting on the dealer’s hand only; you do not receive any cards to play with, so your entire bet is a prediction of what point total the dealer will end his round on. The dealer can only stand with hand values from 17 to 21 – and these are all winning hands. If the dealer’s cards are below 17, they must continue to draw until the points total one of the wagers, or goes bust. Your Lucky Blackjack bets can be made up of seven different options; each of these is a wager on a hand total between 17 and 21, or a bet on the dealer getting Blackjack, or going bust. You can place multiple bets, and will be paid out on any correct prediction. To play, place your wager on one or several of the hexagonal point total spots on the betting table, and then hit Deal. The dealer receives his cards, plays his hand, and then payouts are awarded in accordance with the outcome and the paytable.
Winning and Payouts
As Lucky Blackjack is so different to other online Blackjack games, the payouts are completely different too, but they’re easy to follow and understand. Your payout is based on the dealer’s total at the end of the round, and payouts are as follows; dealer hand of 17 pays 5:1, dealer hand of 18 or 19 pays 6:1, and a 20 points total pays 4:1. You also get paid if the dealer has blackjack (19:1) or the dealer goes bust (2:1). The card points are calculated the same as a standard game, with an Ace counting as either 1 point or 11 points, depending on what’s best for the hand.