On HighStakes, you can go on your own wild Blackjack run, with various versions of the game available to play for Real Money on mobile and desktop apps.
Players & Winners
The wonderful simplicity of Blackjack has attracted some of the most famous people in the world to the game, with British royal Prince Harry, actor Matt Damon, rapper 50 Cent and basketball legend Michael Jordan among those who favour the game of 21.
One of the biggest winners ever, though, was Don Johnson, reputed to have won more than $15million playing the game, and the movie ‘21’ recounts the infamous MIT blackjack team who used their own mathematical model to beat the game.
The rules are fairly simple, with the idea being to get closer to 21 than the dealer when you add your cards together.
The cards 2-10 are worth their own number, while face cards are worth 10, and aces are worth 1 or 11, you get to choose which.
*The 4 different suits don’t play any role
The player is dealt two cards face up, while one of the dealer's cards is hidden until the end.
If you 'Hit' you ask for another card, but if you go over 21 you bust, and the dealer wins regardless of their hand.
If you are happy with your total you 'Stand' while if you are dealt 21 from the start (Ace & 10 or face card), you have blackjack and win.
Blackjack is a simple game played in most casinos around the world. It contains a fixed set of probabilities with no real skill required to play the game.
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There are some other rules about doubling your bets and splitting two cards of the same value to play two hands, and you can pick these up as you go along.
HighStakes Blackjack tables offer some of the best odds in the business, and you can find all the small print and details here.