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The Blackjack

In Blackjack, the player's goal is to beat the dealer by having a hand with a score closer to 21 than the dealer's hand, without exceeding 21.


The game offers two different themes, which players can select within the game. Players can switch between them at any time to adapt their experience to any mood. The themes are called Classic and Dark.

Special Prize

Whenever a player receives 6, 7, and 8 of the same color or three 7s, they are entitled to a special prize equal to three times the value of their bet, without prejudice to any prize they may be entitled to by comparing their hand to the dealer's.

Touch Commands



  • Long Press DOUBLE

  • Swipe Down SURRENDER

Game Limits

This game allows the player to configure game limit notifications, giving them more control over their gaming session. These notifications can be enabled and configured in the Game Limits section of the menu.

  • Time Between Rounds: Use the slider to set the time (in seconds) for which the game should wait before a new round begins, starting from the end of the previous round.

  • Session Time: Use the slider to set a time limit per session (in minutes).

  • Balance Differential: Use the slider to set a negative balance. 


There are several mechanisms for placing bets.

  • Drag and Drop: Long press on a chip and drag it to the desired betting area, then release it.

  • Click: Select a chip and click on the desired betting area.

  • The player can bet any amount they want, as long as they adhere to the minimum and maximum bet limits set by the game.

  • If the dealer's visible card is an ace, you can buy insurance. If the player has a Blackjack, they can choose to take back the bet (recover) or compete with the dealer.

  • If the player has a blackjack and the dealer's face-up card is a 10 or a face card, the payout is not made, and the player must continue until the end of the game to see the result.

  • INSURANCE: Insurance costs half of the initial bet and pays 2/1 if the dealer has a blackjack. Whatever the decision, it will apply to hands resulting from splitting the original hand.

  • RECOVER: Blackjacks are not eligible for insurance, in which case the player can choose not to compete with the dealer, who then receives 1/1 and the bet.


Once the chips are in place, simply click DEAL to start the game and deal the two initial cards that make up the hand.

The dealer will have one of their cards face up, and the player will always have their two cards hidden from the dealer.

  •  HIT: The player receives one more card. The player can draw as many cards as they want until the value exceeds 21. If this happens (Bust), the hand loses, and the cards are immediately removed. If the sum of the cards reaches 21, the hand STANDs automatically.

  • STAND: With this option, the player decides to keep the result of the hand to compete with the dealer's hand. When the player STANDs, the game automatically moves to the dealer's turn.

  • DOUBLE: You can choose to double your bet before requesting another card. When this option is chosen, only one card is received. Doubling is possible only with hands having a score of 9, 10, or 11.

  • SPLIT: If the first two cards have the same number/score (2 aces, 2 7s, 1 ten and 1 King, etc.), you can split the hand into two separate hands. This option involves an additional bet equal to the amount of the original bet. After splitting your hand, you can request more cards to play your hands normally. If the split hand is an ace, you can only request one additional card. Splitting is allowed only once per initial hand.

  • When you split a pair of aces, if the additional card is worth 10, it is not considered a blackjack. The hand will be considered a regular 21.

  • SURRENDER: The player can choose to fold and recover half of their bet. In this case, the cards are immediately removed, and the payout is made. Surrender is not possible if the dealer's card is an ace.


  • The dealer takes their turn after all player decisions. The dealer STANDs whenever their hand reaches a total of 17 points or more.

  • After the dealer has played, the comparison between the player's hand and the dealer's hand begins. The winning hand will always be the one closest to 21. If a hand has a blackjack, that hand will always win even against a hand totaling 21.

  • A regular win pays 1/1, and the original bet is returned.

  • A blackjack pays 3/2, and the original bet is returned.

  • In case of a tie (even between blackjacks), the original bet is returned. A special win pays 3/1.

  •  The total win and/or insurance won are always displayed at the end of each round, and the player's balance is updated.

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