Swiping right opens the Main Menu or you can use the “burger-style” button at the top left of the screen. From this, you have access to a number of sub-menus. “Help” is a concise guide to the whole gameplay and payouts. The “Tour” menu shows how to use finger gestures to play the game. The “History” menu records the previous plays and bets. “Game Limits” allows the player to set both time limits between plays, as well as limits for the overall gaming session. Under this menu, it’s also possible to set the maximum bankroll spend.
The top two-thirds of the whole screen are taken up with the actual games table. Below this, there’s a row of colourful casino chips with values going from 1 to 50 coins. Finally, at the very bottom of the screen, there are three buttons; “Undo”, “Deal”, and the “Clear.”
How to Play The Blackjack VIP
After taking note of the table betting limits, it’s time to place your bet. Simply slide a chip onto the table area. Press the “Deal” button to receive your first two cards, which will both be face-up. At the same time, the dealer will deal his cards with one being face-down. If you see his face-up card is an Ace, it’s possible to buy insurance, though it will cost an extra half of your initial wager amount.
At this juncture you have five possible choices; Hit, Stand, Double, Split or Surrender. Keep in mind that if the dealer has 17 or more, then he will Stand. After comparing cards, the winner is declared. This is the player closest to 21 without going over. Finally, the bets are paid out.
The Blackjack VIP Payouts
The payout for regular wins is 1 to 1. For a blackjack, it’s 3 to 2. A Tie results in the initial bets being returned, as they are with the previous two results.
For players who receive a 6, 7, and 8 of the same suit, or three 7s, there’s a special prize worth three times the initial bet.