Strip Blackjack

How to Play Vegas Strip Blackjack
March 18, 2016 – 10:13 am
Vegas Strip Blackjack

In Vegas Strip Blackjack the dealer must draw to all totals of 16 or less and stand on all totals of 17 to 21One of the most popular places to go to play blackjack is Las Vegas – the casino capital of the world! Las Vegas is home to over 70 casinos that offer blackjack. Some of the most popular include Bally’s, Caesar’s Palace, the Bellagio, Luxor, MGM Grand, Harrah’s, Excalibur, the Mirage and Circus Circus. Gamblers love Vegas not only because it offers some of the classiest casino gaming in the world, but also because it offers a huge selection of ways to spend the money you win. Be it late night shows, theme parks, magic, clothes, and night-time debauchery, Vegas has it all!

Las Vegas is home to Vegas Strip Blackjack, one of the most popular casino blackjack variations. If you’re planning a trip to Vegas then it’s important to familiarize yourself with Vegas Strip Blackjack before you get there as it is the most common blackjack game found in casinos on the Strip.

Vegas Strip Blackjack is played with 4 standard decks of cards. As in other game variations of blackjack, the objective is to beat the dealer with a hand that is worth more points than the dealer’s hand without breaking a total of 21. Specific Vegas Strip Blackjack rules are as follows:

  • The dealer stands on soft 17
  • Blackjack pays 3:2 in most Vegas casinos, though several games pay 6:5
  • The dealer peeks for blackjack
  • Players may double down on any initial hand
  • Players may double down after splitting
  • Players can split to up to 4 total hands
  • Aces may only be split one time
  • Only one card can be taken to split Aces
  • 21 on split Aces does not count as Blackjack
  • Players may split unlike 10-value cards (i.e. Q-K)

There is also another blackjack variation that is popular in Las Vegas called Vegas Downtown Blackjack. This is more popular in downtown casinos like Binion’s, Fremont and the Golden Nugget. The rules differ from Vegas Strip Blackjack only in that the game is played with 2 decks and the dealer hits on soft 17.

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