3D Blackjack

To play 3D blackjack click on SIT DOWN. Bet by clicking on one of the chips and on DEAL. After you receive your cards choose between HIT, STAND, DOUBLE or SPLIT.

A Guide to the blackjack 3D Game

One of the most popular casino games is black jack. It’s a huge hit with players the world over because it has some sophistication about it, that other casino games like slot machines or roulette don't offer. If you’re looking to brush up on your skills, or you simply want to learn how to play the game, be sure to give Blackjack 3D a try.

How to play Blackjack

The objective of this card-comparing game is to get closer to 21 than the dealer without going over 21. After bets are placed, both you and the dealer are dealt two cards. All cards except one of the dealer’s are dealt face-up. All numbered cards are worth their face value; face cards are worth 10 and the ace can be worth one or 11. Once the two cards have been dealt, you have several options.

Hit - you receive another card

Stand - you keep your hand as it is

Double - you receive another card and your bet is doubled

Split - if your first two cards are of the same value, you can split your hand in two; you’ll receive an additional card for each hand

If you hit 21 and the dealer doesn’t, you’ve won. If you go over 21 at any point, you’ve lost. If you stand and the dealer’s hand is of the same value, no one wins and your money is returned to you.

Playing Blackjack 3D

To get started, simply click on Play and then Sit Down. First, choose how much virtual money you want to bet with by clicking on the coloured chips in the bottom left. Betting values are 0.1, 1, 5, 10, 25 and 100. The minimum amount you can bet with is $1, while the maximum is $300. You can bet with any combination of chips. In the bottom right you’ll see your options.

You’ll notice that some rules are written in the centre of the table. In this particular blackjack game, the dealer must hit on a hand of 16 or less; if the dealer’s hand is 17 or more, they must stand. The game pays out at a rate of 2:1, so if you bet with $10 and win, you’ll receive $20 back. This game offers an option to buy insurance if the dealer’s face-up card is an ace. You bet on whether they will get a blackjack (21).