The Phone Casino - Vegas Strip Blackjack

One of the most popular casino blackjack variations and the most common blackjack game found on the Las Vegas Strip

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Blackjack Vegas style.

Ever thought about taking on the Blackjack tables from the comfort of your own device?

Well now you can, thanks to the awesome variations on offer at The Phone Casino.


This game is supplied by Genii out of Malta and is certified by the UK Gambling Commission as having been independently tested and up to the required standards for players in the UK.

As such this game is not regulated by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission and it is outside of their jurisdiction. If you experience any difficulties with this game or any other game you should follow our Complaints procedure and contact us.


How to Play Vegas Strip Blackjack

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)

A bet is placed only when it has been received by our server from your handset using our software. Once a bet has been placed it is final and binding and cannot be cancelled or changed. For the avoidance of doubt, a bet remains valid even if the result cannot for any reason be displayed back to your handset (due, for example, to a network failure, interruption of communication, or if you receive a phone call). In the event of a game termination, any relevant jackpot will be paid out on a random draw authorised by the regulator.

The theoretical average return to player (RTP) is up to 99%. This RTP represents the long-term expected payback of the game which has been calculated by an independent testing company and monitored monthly.

Malfunction voids all plays and pay outs.

Unresolved bets placed but remaining undecided in incomplete games will become void after 90 days and will be forfeited to charity.