The Blackjack Classic Touch betting system makes it easy for the
player to place and remove their bets. The player taps the desired
chip to place the bet. Repeated taps increase the bet by the value
of the selected chip; the player sees the coins stack up, and the
total value displayed above the chips increases accordingly.
To remove the latest bet, the player taps the clear button. To
double the bet, the player taps the Double button.
Players select the chip value (default 1, 5, and 10) and place their
bets on 1 to 3 hands.
Players tap the Deal button and the game dealer automatically
deals the first two cards for each Blackjack hand.
Depending on the stage in the game they can deal, draw, hit,
stand, split, double, take even money, or buy insurance.
After the player decides to Stand, the dealer's result is displayed
above the cards. The chips are then collected or distributed
according to the payout rules.
Before the next game round starts, the player is given the options
to either Rebet or place a New Bet.
Double and Split
During gameplay the player will also have the opportunity to
increase the stakes by splitting or doubling according to the game
rules. Doubling will double the player’s initial bet, while splitting
allows the player to split two cards of equal rank into two new
When the possibility for a split or double is present, the player
simply answers by tapping the Yes or No button to accept or
Insurance and Even Money
Blackjack Classic Touch™ also offers players an insurance when
the dealer’s visible card is an Ace. Insurance comes at a cost of
half the original bet. The game also gives an option of even
money when the dealer's visible card is an Ace and the player has
When an option for insurance or even money is present, the
player simply answers by tapping Yes or No to accept or decline.
GAME RETURN TO PLAYER (RTP)
? Blackjack: 99.59%
MAXIMUM PAYOUT - EUR
? Default: 12000
? Certified: 120000
If a 10-value card, that is, the number 10 card of any suit or a king, queen or
jack, plus an ace is initially dealt in any hand, it is considered Blackjack.
Blackjack pays 3:2.
Blackjack beats all other hands with a value of 21, except a Blackjack.