Whether you’re an experienced Blackjack player, or merely a beginner, here at Casino UK Mobile, we ensure you that the reviews we provide are top-notch and should not be missed. There are a variety of different Mobile Blackjack games, but most importantly, ALL of the games are the same as online.
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Classic Mobile Blackjack:
The prime object is to get as close to the number 21 with the cards in your hand without busting. It is real simple. Regular Blackjack is very similar to playing Blackjack at a land based casino. Whilst playing on your phone or tablet, instead of having a real person dealing cards we have a computerised dealer. It’s a single-hand game that is only played with a single deck of cards. No loud people, no driving to a casino, it’s as simple as playing anywhere you are at anytime on your phone or tablet.
European Mobile Blackjack
European Blackjack is very easy to learn whether you are playing online or mobile. It takes a little more time to learn the game. It uses 2 decks of playing cards equalling to 104 cards.
- The dealer can’t peek at his cards (not a Hole card game).
- If you are dealt two card that total 9, 10 or 11 you can double down.
- You can only split once.
- The dealer must stand on 17.
Bonus Mobile Blackjack
Bonus Blackjack is American Blackjack with it being a Hole card game. Standard rules apply, with 6 to 8 decks. The bonus pays 50 to 1 for the Jack and Ace of Spades.
Double Exposure Mobile Blackjack
Standard Blackjack rules apply for the game, just as with online, mobile is played with a 8 standard 52-card decks that are, of course, shuffled after the completion of every game. The dealer’s cards are dealt face up rather than having one card visible and the other face down for a later reveal.
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