Play Mobile Blackjack like a pro

Blackjack has been one of the most popular casino games with versions going all the way back to ancient Rome. In 18th century Spain the game was known as ‘Thirty-and-one’ and in France they played ‘Vingt-et-Un', or twenty one. In some places it is called ‘Pontoon’ or even ‘California Aces’. The rules are pretty much the same wherever you go; get as close to 21 as possible without going over, or Bust as it is known. If you are closer to 21 than the dealer, you win! No matter what you call it, you can play it here at our Mobile Blackjack table. And, in order to grant access to the largest number of players possible, our mobile casino also works as an iPhone casino or Android casino from those specific devices.

How To Play Mobile Blackjack

If you are reading this section, you are probably pretty green when it comes to Mobile Blackjack; otherwise, you would already be bellying up to the table and placing your bets! This game is one of the easier games to learn in a short amount of time and the rules are very simple. The dealer takes your bet and deals you two cards, face up. Once you have your cards, you can choose to ‘Hit’ or take an additional card, ‘Stand’ or end your turn, ‘Split’ if the two cards dealt have the same face value, or ‘Double Down’ if you want to double your bet and receive an additional card. The dealer gets two cards as well, but his second card is dealt face down to keep you guessing. There are a few other options you can check out in the rules and info section of the game so that you can become a true Mobile Blackjack expert. But, if this doesn’t sound like the game for you, no worries, you can check out our mobile slots, mobile roulette or various other options, as well.

Interesting Facts About Mobile Blackjack

Blackjack has a rich and colourful history that goes back literally, centuries. Many a player has tried to find the key to beating the house at this game. Edward Oakley Thorp is known as the first to mathematically analyze the game. As a professor at MIT in the early ‘60s he used an IBM 704 to test his theories and then quit teaching and went on the road cleaning up in several casinos before he came to the attention of the authorities. Interestingly enough, a group known as The Magnificent Seven started the Blackjack Hall of Fame after they each learned to count cards and beat the house. Each year they induct new players into the BHOF and each is comped a free room, food and drinks for life at the Barona Hotel on one condition; don’t ever play Blackjack in their casino! Don’t bother trying to count cards at Ireland since the decks are virtual and randomly shuffled. You won’t find a pattern, but you will find fun, excitement and the opportunity to win big the old fashioned way!