Blackjack Diamond VIP29th Sep 2017 |
Blackjack is one of the world’s most favoured table games. Over the years the game has developed and grown, and this has spawned a wide number of different versions. These cover both online and land based casinos, and can range from low level games to VIP games, as well as multi-hand and single hand games.
One such game is Blackjack Diamond VIP from Evolution Gaming. Available at here at SuperLenny casino, it offers the chance of a high roller game in the comfort of home.
More than Just Blackjack
Blackjack Diamond VIP is a live casino game. As such it offers players the chance to play against a live dealer. There are multiple cameras set up which will then stream instantly to the various devices used by the players. Players are also able to communicate directly with the dealer via a chat function in order to place bets. Exclusively for the high rollers, Blackjack Diamond VIP has a minimum bet of 1000.00 and a maximum of 5000.00. Different venues may offer slightly different betting maximums but at SuperLenny casino this is the limit.
How to Play
As with all blackjack games, the first item of play is the betting. Players simply click a chip icon and place their bets. Once all bets are placed the dealer will deal out two cards each, and at this point it is time for the player to make a decision on the next course of action. This Evolution Gaming version also offers players the chance to use insurance.
This means that any time a dealer deals an ace as the up card the players have the option to use the insurance, meaning players make an extra bet at half the amount of the original Ante, thus buying insurance. If the dealer has a blackjack, the player will lose the Ante but get paid even money on the insurance bet. If however there is no blackjack, the player will lose the insurance bet and the game will continue on as normal.
Blackjack Diamond VIP follows all the main blackjack rules. Paying out at 3 to 2 if the player makes a blackjack the only addition is that if the dealer also has a blackjack the Ante bet will be returned to the player in the form of a push bet. Dealers will hit on 16 or lower but stand on a soft 17 in the exact same way that any eight deck blackjack game would play out, whether played online or offline.