Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold

A big hit in the world’s casino heartland of Sin City, Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold takes a classic game and jazzes up the excitement with subtle rule changes. Sit down at this glitzy Las Vegas table and go head to head against the dealer in a game combining luck and strategy.

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Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold

Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold

Beat the dealer in this twist on a classic

Provider: Microgaming

Game Type: Casino Game

Payout: 99% - 100%

Available on Mobile: ×

Available on Desktop: ✔︎

UK Compliant: ✔︎

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Why You Should Play Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold

Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold is not a game that you will find at many casinos outside the USA, making it a perfect online option for blackjack fans around the world. It still follows very similar lines to classic blackjack, and the on-screen instructions in Microgaming’s game make it very easy to play. Anyone who has played the ‘non-gold’ Vegas Strip Blackjack will also appreciate this game’s visual appeal, as you go up against the dealer in a fun game which allows you to try and work out your own formula for success.

How to Play

The rules can be found at the top of the screen when you open up the game to take your place at the table.

  • This is a Hole card game
  • Dealer peeks on 10, value cards and Aces
  • Played with 4 regular decks
  • Dealer must stand on all 17
  • Double down on any two cards
  • Double down after split
  • Split 3 times to make 4 hands
  • Aces can only be split once
  • Only one card to split Aces
  • A split Ace and a 10 counts as 21 and not BJ
  • Unlike 10, value cards can be split

Start off by selecting how much you wish to wager. All you need to do is tap on the chips on the left-hand side of the screen and then click on the table to place your bets, up to a maximum of £200. Press Deal when you are ready to begin, and you will be given two cards and the dealer two (with one face down). You then have the option to Hit or Stand, or even Double or Split depending on the cards dealt. When one game is over, you can decide to rebet if you wish to play again.