Casino.com Canada offers several variants of online blackjack and one of them is Blackjack Pro, which bears a striking resemblance to Las Vegas Strip Blackjack.
The objective is to create a hand of point value 21 or as close to it as possible without going bust and thus beat the dealer. Though similar Las Vegas Strip Blackjack, there are few slight differences between the two variants.
The first step is to place a bet by clicking on a chip. The value of a chip can be increased by just clicking on it. While the Clear Bets option withdraws all bets, the Double option doubles the originally placed bet. The betting limits depend a lot on players’ VIP level at the casino.
Once players have selected and placed their bets, they must click on the Deal button. When they do this, two cards are dealt face-up to the player and one face-up card and one face-down card are dealt to the dealer. Players now have to study their cards and make the next move.
If the dealer's face-up card turns out to be an Ace, players can place an insurance bet against a possible dealer blackjack by clicking on the Insurance button. Alternatively, the can split their cards and play two hands simultaneously, receive an extra card, or decide not to receive any card. If players choose to double, split, or buy insurance, they will have to place another bet. Players’ choice depends on the nature of the first two cards dealt to them.
Once these moves have been made, the resulting hands are compared. The winning hand gets paid 1:1, insurance gets 2:1, and blackjack gets 3:2.
If players want to play another game of Blackjack Pro, they only have to click on the New Game button.
Blackjack Pro at Casino.com Canada has a theoretical payout percentage of 99.53%.
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