Play Progressive Blackjack Online at Casino.com

Blackjack is not a complicated game, but differing online versions are multiplying at breakneck speed, offering plenty of side-bets to keep players interested. However, Progressive Blackjack prefers to keep things nice and simple. Players have the same objective in trying to get as close to 21 as possible without busting and finishing with a superior hand to that of the dealer. The great thing about Progressive Blackjack is that it is a multi-hand game too so you can play up to five hands against the dealer at the same time. To do so you must select the multi-hand option in the lobby. There are also big bucks to be made from this game because as the name suggests this version is linked to a progressive jackpot which could make someone very rich indeed! But, more on that later. Progressive Blackjack is just one of the fantastic experiences waiting for you in online casino so take a look and let the numbers do the talking.

White-hot action at Progressive Blackjack

Progressive Blackjack follows standard rules so a player must decide whether to hit, stand or double once the two cards have been dealt. The player makes his decision taking into account both his hand and the one face-up card of the dealer. If the player is dealt two cards of the same value he can also decide to split them so that an extra hand is in operation at double the stake. Players are paid out 3:2 for blackjack and the dealer must draw to 16 and stand on all 17s. There is also an insurance option too for when the dealer lands an ace. You pay half your stake and are paid 2:1 if the dealer makes blackjack. All standard stuff but the juicy bit is yet to come. If this sounds like your kind of game then pop down to online casino games where newcomers receive 100% up to $/£/€400 (plus 200 free spins) welcome bonus.

Aces will leave you on a high

If progressive jackpots are your thing then you have come to the right place. To get involved in this optional game you must place a side-bet of $/€/£1 of which 3% goes towards the jackpot pool. Should you draw an ace the pay-out is 5:1, but two aces is 50:1. Two suited aces are even bigger at 100:1. The pay-out move up in leaps and bounds to 5000:1 for three suited aces but if you receive four suited aces with your first four cards (remember this is a six-deck game) then the jackpot is yours. The figure will appear in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. Progressive jackpots can make a big difference should you be lucky enough to land one, so try them out at online blackjack and give some of the other games at Casino.com a go while you’re there!