Blackjack is a card game produced by Evolution Gaming in 2018. Many players like the fact that in this game, you will always get a seat at the table. Infinite Blackjack has a return to player percentage of 99.47%, which is about as good as it gets on a blackjack table. It also features four side bets which players can take to increase their winnings.
In this guide, we look at how to play Live Infinite Blackjack.
Infinite Blackjack Rules
If you are a blackjack fan, you will have no problems at all picking up Infinite Blackjack. It uses the same rules as the standard blackjack game. These include
- Dealer has to stand on 17
- You can double down on any of your first cards
- Only one split is allowed per hand
- You cannot double down after splits
- No surrender
Understanding Live Infinite Blackjack Side Bets
There are four side beds in Infinite Blackjack.
The outcome of this bet is determined by your initial hand and the dealers up card. The return to player percentage on the Hot 3 bet is 94.60% and you have a 23.78% chance of winning.
This is a bet on the dealer busting. It is as simple as that. The return to player percentage on this bet is 94.12%. Interestingly, you can walk away with a jackpot of 250:1 by forcing the dealer to bust with eight cards.
21 + 3
With the lowest house edge of all the side beds listed here, this is the most common choice. In this bet, you win when the two cards in your hand and the dealers up card produce
- A flush
- Straight flush
- 3 of a kind
The any pair side bet has a house edge of 4.10% and pays out a maximum of 25 to 1. Players win if the two cards in the initial hand are a pair.
How to Play Infinite Blackjack
It can be enjoyed by an infinite number of participants, but the choices you make here are entirely your own.
- Place Your Bets
You can play Infinite Blackjack from as little as $1. You need to select your wager and place your bet. You can also opt for any or all of the four side beds.
- Dealer Deals the Cards
After the time set aside for betting has expired, the dealer will then step in. You get two cards face up. On the dealer’s side, one card is dealt face up.
- Possible Decisions
Just like in any other game of blackjack, you have options to split, stand, double down, or hit. In Infinite Blackjack you can see the decisions that others are making as a percentage on the screen. This is good for new players learning to play the game.