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Blackjack has always been among the most popular  table games. It’s so much fun that it’s almost impossible to summarise it into one word. The simple and entertaining card game involves luck and a bit of skill as well. While our casino venues offer highly impressive Blackjack tables, we are offering great online Blackjack games for you to try.


Blackjack is a classic casino table game, where the objective is to be dealt cards having a higher combined value than those of the dealer, up to but not exceeding a total value of 21. There are several variants of Blackjack that can be played in-casino or online.  


Online Blackjack brings the best of this popular casino game to the online world. You’ll find a range of different online Blackjack games at The Vic, including the likes of Rainbow Blackjack, Casino Blackjack and Atlantic City Blackjack. You can browse the list here and pick the titles that you enjoy the most.

When you want to play online Blackjack, you’ll discover one of the best collections of this iconic casino game with online Blackjack at The Vic, including multi-hand, traditional, and Live Blackjack games. All are ready and available to play on mobile, tablet, or desktop devices.


At The Vic, we take one of the most popular card games in casinos around the world and give you the same experience online. We also offer regular casino promotions, where you can enjoy bonuses and more when playing our Blackjack games.

When you play online Blackjack at the  online casino at The Vic, you will find two types of Blackjack games: Live and classic online Blackjack.

Classic Blackjack Table Games

Classic online Blackjack games use modern 3D graphics to create a realistic casino experience. They allow you to play at your own pace and experiment with strategies without the pressure or slower pace of playing live alongside other players. Their outcomes are obtained from RNG (Random Number Generators).

You’ll find plenty of classic Blackjack games at The Vic, including Back Blackjack, Casino Blackjack and Lightning Blackjack.

Live Blackjack Games

Live Blackjack is played with real dealers and other online players, giving you the same thrills you’d get on the casino floor. There are live tables open 24/7, catering to every kind of Blackjack player, with side bets, native dealers, and innovative new ways to play across a broad array of tables. Outcomes on these are pure luck.

You can chat to the dealer as they deal you in and also the other players at table through our Live Chat function. It will feel just like you’re on the casino floor.

At The Vic, you’ll find a range of Live Blackjack games to play including Free Bet Blackjack, Power Blackjack and Infinite Blackjack. And with our Live Blackjack guide, you can have an in-depth view of how to play the game.


Blackjack is a fairly simple game to pick up and play. First, place your bets for the hand. Then, the dealer will deal two cards to each player.  

Picture cards, like Jacks, Queens, and Kings, all have a value of 10. Aces can be counted as either 11 or 1 – whichever is stronger for your current hand.  

Your objective is to beat the dealer by getting as close to 21 as possible, without exceeding that total value – 22 or more will make you bust. 

If the dealer hands you an Ace and any other picture card (worth 10), you’ve got Blackjack, and only the dealer getting Blackjack can stop you from winning the hand. In this scenario you won’t lose, but your total bet will be returned.  


Ready to learn more about how to play online Blackjack? We’ve got it all covered with our essential online Blackjack frequently asked questions.  

When did people first start playing Blackjack?

Although Blackjack has no known origin, researchers believe it was first played in France under the name ‘vingt-et-un’, meaning ‘twenty and one’. It is believed the game derived from popular French dealer-led card games at the time, chemin de fer and French Ferme.

The name ‘Blackjack’ initially came about when French colonists introduced the game to US gambling houses in the 1800s. Players were offered bonus payouts for a hand with an Ace of spades and a Blackjack (either Jack of clubs or Jack of spades). As the game became more popular in the US, the name stuck. Today, you can play the popular card game in online casino spheres where their classic and live versions are always reminding players of the authentic Blackjack game in casinos.

How do bets work in Blackjack? 

Betting in Blackjack is fairly straightforward. Before the dealer hands out cards to players for the current hand, each player must place a bet using chips on the table in front of them. You can also choose to double down, with a duplicate of your first bet, if you like your odds after you’ve been dealt your hand.  

There are minimum and maximum betting limits for both in-casino and online Blackjack. The amounts will differ depending on the Blackjack variant you’re playing. 

There are also a number of side bets available in most Blackjack games, including:  

  • Perfect Pair
  • Coloured Pair 
  • Mixed Pair 
  • 21+1
  • Suited Trips 
  • Straight Flush
  • Three of a Kind 
  • Straight 
  • Flush 

What are the basic rules of Blackjack? 

Blackjack is popular for being a simple game to pick up, but a challenge to master. Basic rules and actions include: 

  • Hit – to add another card to your hand from the dealer.
  • Stand – when you don’t want to add to your hand with another card from the dealer.
  • Bust – when your total card value exceeds 21.
  • Push – when the dealer’s hand is the same as yours.
  • Split – when you hold two of the same cards. You then have the option to play two hands.
  • Picture cards are worth 10. Aces are worth 11 or 1 – whichever strengthens your hand.  

Do I need a strategy to play online Blackjack? 

It can help to apply some basic Blackjack strategy to your hand. Some simple risk-based concepts include:  

  • Hit on 12 or less – if the dealers upturned hand shows a 2 or 3. 
  • Hit on 11 or less – if the dealer is showing 4, 5 or 6. 
  • Hit on 16 or less – if the dealer shows 7, 8, 9, 10, Jack, King, or Queen 

You can learn the optimum  Blackjack strategy online with The Vic.  

When to hit or stand in Blackjack? 

You hit to add another card to your hand from the dealer, in hope of getting as close as possible to the target of 21 without going bust.  

Stand is used if you’re confident in your hand, or being cautious of going bust. This indicates you don’t want another card added to your hand.  

A good basic Blackjack strategy is to stand when your hand is 12-16 and the dealer shows 2-6. Or hit when your hand is 12-16 and the dealer shows 7-Ace. 

Can I raise in Blackjack? 

Blackjack does allow you to raise your bets mid-hand. If you like your odds after you’ve seen your hand, you can choose to increase your wager by doubling down. This means you can place a second bet in equal size to your first.