Blackjack Advantage play
- Single deck.
- Blackjack pays 3-2.
- No dealer hole card.
- Dealer stands on soft 17.
- EARLY SURRENDER against 10 and ace.
- Player may double on 9 to 11.
- Player may double on three or more cards.
- Double after split allowed.
- Player may not re-split.
These rules can be found on the Classic and Surrender versions of blackjack.
I haven't seen rules this good ... ever. The old Unified Gaming software of the late 90's had similar rules except didn't allow doubling on three or more cards.
Here is the basic strategy:
The maximum bet under these rules is $20. If that is too low, the Royal Blackjack table has a max bet of $200 and a player advantage of 0.60%.
There is also a 444% sticky bonus for new players.
This casino and software are both new so haven't earned Wizard approved status yet. Neither do we have anything bad on them. If you're interested in playing please click through this link and you will enjoy Wizard player protection.
If any of you play, please let me know how you did. Personally I deposited $200, which was matched with $888, and I eventually lost it all. I'm currently working through my second deposit of $300 and am up a little bit.
Update: Since writing this post I have added Mission2Game to my online casino blacklist. So play at your own risk. The "Wizard Guarantee" no longer applies to this casino.
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