Casino Extreme Blackjack


Casino Extreme Available Blackjack Game Versions

At Casino Extreme, players have access to a variety of Blackjack game versions to suit their preferences. Some of the popular Blackjack variations available include:

Classic Blackjack

Classic Blackjack is the standard version of the game where players aim to beat the dealer’s hand without exceeding 21. It follows the traditional Casino Extreme Game Rules and is perfect for players looking for a straightforward and familiar experience.

European Blackjack

European Blackjack is similar to the Classic version, with a few key differences. The main distinction is that the dealer only receives one face-up card. Additionally, players are not allowed to surrender in this version.

Atlantic City Blackjack

Atlantic City Blackjack is a popular variation commonly played in land-based casinos in Atlantic City. This version allows late surrender, doubling down on any two cards, and splitting up to three times.

Vegas Strip Blackjack

Vegas Strip Blackjack is a variation commonly played in Las Vegas casinos. It is played with four decks of cards and offers liberal rules such as doubling down on any two cards, splitting up to three times, and the dealer standing on soft 17.


Pontoon is a variation of Blackjack that originated in the United Kingdom. In Pontoon, both dealer cards are dealt face down, increasing the suspense. The objective remains the same – get as close to 21 without going over.

How to Play Blackjack

Playing Blackjack is relatively simple, and the objective is to beat the dealer’s hand without exceeding a total of 21. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to play:

1. Place Your Bet: Start by placing your desired bet within the table limits. At the beginning of each round, players are dealt two cards face-up, while the dealer receives one face-up card.

2. Calculate Your Hand: The value of each card is determined as follows – numbered cards are worth their face value, face cards count as 10, and an Ace can be counted as 1 or 11, depending on what benefits the hand.

3. Decide on Your Move: As a player, you have several options:
– Hit: Request additional cards to improve your hand’s value. You can hit as many times as you like, but if your total exceeds 21, you bust and lose the round.
– Stand: If you are satisfied with your hand’s value, choose to stand and let the dealer proceed.
– Double Down: Double your initial bet and receive one additional card before standing.
– Split: If you are dealt two cards of the same value, you can split them into two separate hands by matching your initial bet. You then continue playing each hand separately.

4. Dealer’s Turn: After all players have made their moves, it’s the dealer’s turn to play. The dealer must follow a set of rules, usually hitting until they reach a hand total of 17 or more.

5. Compare Hands: Once the dealer stands, the value of each hand is compared. If your hand is closer to 21 than the dealer’s hand, you win. If the dealer’s hand exceeds 21, all remaining players win.

Remember, Blackjack is a strategic game with specific Blackjack Game Rules, and understanding basic strategy and card counting techniques can greatly improve your chances of winning. But always keep in mind that it’s a game of both skill and luck, and never gamble more than you can afford to lose.

Frequently Asked Question

What are the different versions of Blackjack available at Casino Extreme?-

The different versions of Blackjack available at Casino Extreme are Classic Blackjack, European Blackjack, Perfect Pairs, Suit'em Up, 21 Face Up, Match Play 21, Super 21, Pontoon, and Blackjack + Perfect Pairs.

How do I play Classic Blackjack?+

In Classic Blackjack, the objective is to have a hand value closer to 21 than the dealer without exceeding it. Players are dealt two cards and can choose to Hit (receive another card), Stand (keep the current cards), Split (divide a pair into two separate hands), or Double Down (double the initial bet and receive one more card).

What is the main difference between European Blackjack and Classic Blackjack?+

The main difference between European Blackjack and Classic Blackjack is that in European Blackjack, the dealer does not receive a second card until all players have completed their hands. Also, the dealer must Stand on all 17s.

What is Perfect Pairs Blackjack?+

Perfect Pairs Blackjack is a version where players can place an additional side bet on whether the first two cards dealt will be a pair. Different types of pairs have different payout rates.

How does Suit'em Up Blackjack work?+

In Suit'em Up Blackjack, players have the option to place an extra side bet on whether the first two cards dealt will be of the same suit. The payout depends on the number of suited cards in the initial hand.

What is the objective of 21 Face Up Blackjack?+

The objective of 21 Face Up Blackjack is the same as in Classic Blackjack – to have a hand value closer to 21 than the dealer without exceeding it. The main difference is that both of the dealer's cards are dealt face-up.

How does Match Play 21 Blackjack differ from Classic Blackjack?+

In Match Play 21 Blackjack, all 10s are removed from the deck, increasing the house edge. The game also includes special payouts for certain combinations such as a Diamond Blackjack (an Ace and a Diamond 10).

What makes Super 21 Blackjack unique?+

Super 21 Blackjack allows players to Double Down at any time, even after Splitting. Additionally, a player's hand that totals 20 or less with six cards or more is an automatic winner, regardless of what the dealer has.

What is Pontoon Blackjack?+

Pontoon Blackjack is a variation of Blackjack where all of the dealer's cards are dealt face-down, making it uncertainty what the dealer holds. Players also have different options, such as Five Card Trick (a hand totaling 21 or less with five cards) that beats any other hand except Pontoon.

How does Blackjack + Perfect Pairs differ from other versions?+

Blackjack + Perfect Pairs combines the traditional gameplay of Blackjack with the additional side bet option of Perfect Pairs. Players can bet on whether their first two cards will be a pair, suited pair, or perfect pair for increased payout potential.