Casino Games — Blackjack and all its Variations
Blackjack.com is exclusively a blackjack casino and offers numerous variations of the popular card game:
“Solo” is classic blackjack, in which a single player plays against the house. The Solo play mode is offered in six different limit variants.
In multiplayer games, up to six players can sit at a table and play against the casino. Here too, you can pick table stakes to fit your budget.
Matchplay is a multiplayer game, in which two to six players can participate. The match is a set number of hands and the participants play for the pot. The player with the most chips at the end of the match wins. Players can join a match at any time and leave whenever they want. There are also many different variants of matches to choose from with different buy-ins, minimum wagering requirements and betting options.
Sit and Go
Sit and Go games are knockout tournaments that start as soon as a certain number of players have signed up.
At Blackjack.com, you will always find an exciting tournament you can participate in. These are knockout tournaments, that start at a specified time (starting times are time zone specific), provided the required number of players (in most cases three) have signed up. Any number of players can take part in the tournaments and the cash prizes to be won are formidable. The tournaments are all named after famous rivers; for example, you can sign up to play “Colorado,” “Rio Grande” or “Danube.” To stay on top of all the different tournament dates, it is advisable to visit the Blackjack.com website on a regular basis. The tournament plan can also be found in the monthly Blackjack.com newsletter.
When it comes to wagering limits, Blackjack.com offers a suitable game for everyone’s tastes and budget. For single player games, the smallest minimum wagering requirement is $ 0.50 and the highest maximum wagering limit is $ 100. At multiplayer games, the minimum wagering requirements are between $ 1 and $ 25 and the maximum limits between $ 5 and $ 100. At the matchplay tables, you can be in the game with a minimum wager of $ 1. The buy-ins for tournaments vary. Everything from freerolls to tournaments with very small, rather “symbolic” buy-ins and tournaments with higher buy-ins are offered.