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Five Unique Live Dealer Blackjack Games Online in 2020

By Daisy Williams in Baccarat
| October 31, 2020 3:32 am PDT
Five Unique Live Dealer Blackjack Games Online in 2020

Whether you’re new to live dealer casino blackjack or you’re looking to take your perfected game to the next level, you’ll enjoy this post.

I’ve compiled a list of five distinctive blackjack variations currently available at online gambling sites. These aren’t tables housed in the primary casino pit. You have to head into the live casinos and take a virtual seat.

Amongst these unique live blackjack games are new side bets, the ability to play up to three hands at a time, the Six-Card Charlie rule, and early outs for bad hands. A few start with low 1.00 minimums, and others have some VIP counterparts.

So, if you’re looking to shake up the pursuit for 21, you’re in luck before the chips hit the table. These five unique Blackjack tables are in live dealer casinos near you, and most have a seat ready for you, even during peak times.

Blackjack – BetConstruct

The name of the game is simply Blackjack. But I’m leading off with BetConstruct’s version in my list of unique blackjack games in live dealer casinos, as it goes beyond the side bets that are typical of most tables.

While BetConstruct has some VIP tables, this particular one allows for 2.00 to 2,500.00 wagering. You can access the game on desktop or mobile devices. My only criticism is that you get a close-up of the card value and not the card itself.

Three side bets accompany this game. However, you only get two out of three at each table. So, you may have to do a little window shopping to find your favorite combination. One game may have Perfect Pair and Honey Bonus options, while another could feature Lucky 7s and Perfect Pair, for example.

Unless you’re new to the game, you’re probably familiar with the Perfect Pairs and 21 + 3 side bets. The Honey Bonus will also cover you on the 21 + 3 end, except it adds another outcome to the paytable. While you can claim a 20:1 award for a three-of-a-kind, a suited Blackjack in your hand only is good for 3:1.

The third unique Blackjack side bet is called Lucky 7s. Like the Honey Bonus, it takes your two cards and the dealer’s face-up card into consideration. All you’re looking for are sevens in this case, though. One seven gets you a 3:1 payout, while three suited sevens provide the top prize on the table, as they’re worth 500:1.

Perfect Blackjack – NetEnt

Perfect Blackjack by NetEnt is an excellent game for beginners. It can teach optimal blackjack strategy and provide a comfortable training ground for anyone new to blackjack or live dealer casino action.

You’ll still have a few decisions to make. But once the cards are on the table, actions are made automatically according to the optimal approach.

At first glance, the set-up may throw you, as there are three open positions at the table in addition to the dealer’s spot. Your first job is to decide how many of these positions you want to play at.

Your next decision deals with the two side bet opportunities. The Pairs and 21 + 3 side bets are both on the table in Perfect Blackjack.

You can play either or both side bets, and you can switch it up at any time and change your approach.

You make the third decision in the pre-game betting round as well. There are two presets: auto-split and double-down. Once you’ve programmed your line of attack, the dealer takes over with hits or stands.

Unlimited 21 Auto Split – Ezugi

Whereas Perfect Blackjack takes over the in-game decisions, you’ll only surrender control of the “split to no-split” decision in Ezugi’s Unlimited 21 Auto Split.

For the most part, Unlimited 21 Auto Split plays out like your typical blackjack table. You’ve got a 1.00 to 1,000.00 table with two side bet options. Insurance is also still an option.

For newer players, one less decision could make for a much more comfortable gaming experience. You can learn by watching when (or not) to divide your hand and play it separately.

The side bets are standard. You can stake the Pairs, 21 + 3, or both options. The Pairs bet is good for a top 25:1 payout for a perfect pair hand (two identical cards).

If you’re looking for the most significant reward in Unlimited 21 Auto Split, you will opt for the 21 + 3, as a suited three-of-a-kind will pay you at 100:1.

Infinite Blackjack – Evolution Gaming

I could have designated Evolution Gaming’s Infinite Blackjack as another game to try for unique side bets, as it offers four.

Instead, though, I’m focusing on the Six-Card Charlie rule, as Infinite is the only game that offers it.

Let me start with the four optional side bets, though. We’re back to the traditional two – 21 + 3 and Any Pair. Additionally, though, there’s the Bust It and Hot 3 selections.

Bust It is a bold and potentially lucrative guess on the dealer’s hand. When you stake it, you’re stating that you think the dealer will bust with three or more cards. Three will get you a refund. But if a series of low cards come out, you’re on your way to a 250:1 award.

A seven-card bust is worth 100:1, with eight or more needed to get you that exciting 250:1 payout.

The fourth side bet possibility is called Hot 3. Like the 21 + 3 opportunity, it factors in both of your first two cards, as well as the one that the dealer is showing. In this case, though, the big-money prize is for triple sevens, similar to BetConstruct’s Lucky 7 wager.

The other payouts are based on the sum of the three cards. They start with 1:1 for a total of 19 and lead up to 20:1 for suited cards that combine for a 21.

You probably forgot about the Six-Card Charlie rule after all of the side bet options, but it’s still on the table, and you don’t have to do anything other than play.

The Six-Card Charlie payout comes into play when you hit the six-card mark. If you’re still in it with six or more cards, you’ll get paid even if the dealer beats your hand overall.

Early Payout Blackjack – Visionary iGaming (Vig)

My final pick for the unique blackjack games in live dealer casinos is Early Payout Blackjack by Visionary iGaming (aka Vig).

Early Payout Blackjack bears some similarities to other games. Like Perfect Blackjack, you can play one, two, or three hands. There’s also a new layer of strategy baked into this particular game of 21.

With Early Payout Blackjack, odds are calculated based on each scenario, putting your hand up against the dealer’s face-up card. If you’re not overly confident in where you stand, you can take the posted odds and get a partial payout to call it quits.

This particular game of 21 pays 3:2 for a Blackjack and provides two side bets, being Pairs and Rummy. Rummy wagers are good for 9:1 payouts when the three cards (yours and dealers up) creates threes-of-a-kind, a three-card straight, or a three-card flush.

In addition to the early out option, there’s one enticing feature of Vig’s Early Payout Blackjack, and it’s low 0.5% house edge.


If you’ve established a favorite live dealer casino and haven’t ventured into others, you probably weren’t aware that there were so many ways to play real money blackjack online. Each of the five unique blackjack tables I’ve outlined here offers something just a bit different.

For the most side action, I recommend BetConstruct’s main Blackjack table or Evolution Gaming’s Infinite table. If you’re a beginner, Perfect Blackjack and Unlimited 21 Auto Split each provides a training ground for optimal play.

My favorite of the five unique live casino Blackjack tables, though, has to be Infinite Blackjack. It has four side bets, the Six-Card Charlie rule, and a low 1.00 table minimum. Evolution’s dealers tend to be more chatty and entertaining, so this particular table has a bit of everything.



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