Blackjack Rules

Most casinos, including brick and mortar offer at least five different variations of the game blackjack, sometimes more and if you're not familiar with the basic rules of the game or how the game works, you're at a serious disadvantage. This page outlines most of the blackjack games you will come across at your local casino or online. Each game description includes a link to our rules page where you can find information on how to play blackjack, the betting structure, and the bets if any are available as well as whether or not the game is worth playing. Online versions are available on most of the games, and we've left links for software pages where you can view which blackjack games are available online. If you have any questions about any of the games on this page, please feel free to contact us at info AT gamesblackjack.org.

Variations and Rules for Blackjack Games

Super Fun 21 Blackjack Rules

Super Fun 21 blackjack is a spin-off of the classic blackjack game, however it's a casino game. The two main differences between the Super Fun 21 blackjack rules and standard blackjack is the the bets, and the payouts.  


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Spanish 21 Blackjack Rules

A common blackjack game in both casinos and online, Spanish 21 is played with up to eight decks, and offers bigger payouts for the bets. Notable difference in Spanish 21 blackjack rules is the removal of the Ten card. 


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Match Play 21 Blackjack Rules

Is the online version of Spanish 21. The rules in this game are pretty much the same as Spanish 21 in that all of the tens have been removed from the decks and players will be using up to eight decks in the game.


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Atlantic City Blackjack Rules

Atlantic City is the one of the leading blackjack games, and common in nearly all casinos, including online. Atlantic City blackjack rules allow for up to eight decks in the game, and have a 2:1 payout on natural blackjacks, although this can vary from one casino to the next.


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Perfect Pairs Blackjack Rules

Perfect Pairs is another "casino" blackjack game, played with up to six decks and offers a the bet with bigger payouts than the traditional version of 21. Please note - this game is labelled as a casino game because the odds favour the house drastically when comparing it to regular blackjack.


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Doublet Blackjack Rules

Doublet blackjack offers players the choice of placing two bonus bets on top of playing blackjack. The rules are pretty much the same in this game with the dealer standing on a soft 17 and can split up to three hands.


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Triple 7's Blackjack Rules

Rules for Triple 7's is straightforward however, this is one of the few blackjack games where you play against the dealer and play for a progressive. The game plays with five decks and players will be betting on their hand with a mandatory bet on the progressive.


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California Blackjack Rules

California blackjack is a banker blackjack game, whereby players will receive the opportunity to play as the bank and win all of the bets at the table, or an amount equal to their bank. The game is played with five decks and is only played in brick and mortar casinos - not online.


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