Double Deck Blackjack

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Game Description

There’s always action whenever playing any variety of Blackjack and we have them all including the New Double Deck Blackjack.

Blackjack has some of the best odds in the house and this version gives a better theoretical return to our players than the standard six-deck game. Blackjack also known as 21 is by far the most popular and played table game in casino, which is now available on mobile.


Learn to play Double Deck Blackjack and improve on your skills.

The whole objective of the game is for a player to come as close to 21 without going over, while still having a higher total then the dealer. The player must place a bet before receiving his cards, and the cards are dealt in rotation from the Dealer, left-to-right. The Dealer’s hand has one card face down and one face up, if the players card total is closer to 21 than the dealer’s, the player wins that hand.

The player wins if the Dealer’s card is higher than 21(known as a bust) and when the Dealer’s score is 21 made up of three or more cards. If your score is higher than 21 you will automatically lose. Players have the option to play one or two hands against the Dealer. You have a Blackjack when the first two cards equal 21.

How to Play Double Deck Blackjack


  • The game is played using two decks, which are reshuffled after each hand.
  • Play one hand per round.
  • Dealer stands on soft 17.
  • Player Blackjack pays 3 to 2.
  • Any other winning hand is paid 1 to 1.
  • Insurance pays 2 to 1.
  • No surrender.
  • Split aces receive only one card.
  • No re-splitting of aces.
  • A split ace and a ten-value card is not a Blackjack.


  • Click on a chip to place a bet.
  • Additional clicks on the chip interface will add to the wager.
  • To remove a bet, click on the chip in the betting circle.
  • The Minimum bet is $1, while the maximum is $250.

Card Values

  • Card suits are irrelevant.
  • Cards 2 to 10 have face value.
  • Jacks, queens, and kings are worth 10.
  • Aces have a value of 1 or 11.

Win or Lose

  • The Player wins when achieving a score that is 21 or less, but greater than the Dealer’s final total.
  • Achieving a score of 21 or less when the Dealer’s final score exceeds 21.
  • An ace and any ten-value card on the initial deal is called a Blackjack.
  • Blackjack pays 3 to 2, providing that the Dealer does not also have Blackjack.
  • A Player and Dealer Blackjack on the same hand results in a tie, known as a Push.
  • If the Player's total is over 21, or if the Dealer achieves a better score, the Player loses.

Button Descriptions

  • Deal - Used to start the game after you have placed your bet.
  • Hit - Used when you want to be dealt another card. Players can hit as many times as they like unless the total of the cards equals or exceeds 21.
  • Stand - Used when you want to keep the hand dealt to you. This automatically happens if you hit 21 or double down.
  • Double - After being dealt the first two cards a Player can decide to double down. The bet on the hand is doubled and one additional card is dealt to the Player.
  • Split - This option is available when the first two cards dealt to the Player are of equal value. They are then split into two separate hands. An additional bet equal to the original bet is placed on the table. The Player plays both hands to completion. Any winning score of 21 including an ace and 10-value card after a split is paid 1 to 1.
  • Rebet - When a hand is complete, you have the option to rebet the amount previously bet.
  • Insurance - If the Dealer is showing an ace, the Player is offered a supplemental bet called insurance. A wager of exactly half of the original bet is placed on the table. If the Dealer has Blackjack, the house pays the Insurance bet 2 to 1. If the Dealer does not have Blackjack, the Player loses the insurance bet, and the Player's initial bet is then settled by comparing his cards with the Dealer's. If the Dealer and the Player both have Blackjack, the game is pushed and the Player gets the amount won by taking insurance, called even money.


  • Bust - When either the Dealer's or the Player's cards equal more than 21.
  • Push - When the total of both hands are the same and fall between 17 and 21, neither hand wins.