What are the specific rules of Classic Blackjack?
Classic Blackjack is a standard variant of the game, available at many regulated real-money New Jersey online casinos. The rules are:
- Blackjack pays out 3:2
- Insurance pays 2:1
- Even Money pays 1:1
- Dealer stands on soft 17
- Player may double down any hand, including split hands
- Player may split any matching hand
- Player may only split each hand once
- Player cannot hit or double split aces
- American Hole Card Rules, Dealer peeks for Blackjack
- Player can play up to five hands at once
- There is no surrender option
The game is medium stakes, with adjustable betting limits from:
The mobile version of the game’s limits are $1-$300. Classic Blackjack plays with a continuously shuffled six-deck shoe.
What is the house edge on Classic Blackjack?
Classic Blackjack has a return percentage of 99.54 percent with perfect play. This is an average return among NJ legal online casinos.
What disadvantages are there to Classic Blackjack?
The tight splitting rules and lack of surrender hurt the overall player return. However, the game compemsates for this with a six-deck shoe as opposed to the more common eight.
Where can I play Classic Blackjack?
How does the software run?
The program is average, runs stably enough, but lacks some convenience options. Players can adjust the table bet limits mid-game through the options menu, as can the number of hands available to play.
There is also a Turbo Mode and settings to change the felt color of the table. The mobile version of the game is limited to three hands at a time, and is set to Turbo by default.
Learn more about NJ online Blackjack variants
These are all the versions of Blackjack available at NJ online casinos:
- AC Blackjack
- Blackjack (IGT)
- Blackjack Atlantic City Single Hand Pro
- Blackjack Classic (NetEnt)
- Blackjack Micro Limit
- Classic Blackjack
- High Stakes Blackjack (Virgin)
- Live Dealer Blackjack (Betfair)
- Multi-Hand Blackjack (And Pro)
- Multi-Hand Blackjack (Virgin)
- Single-Deck Blackjack (SugarHouse)
- Single-Deck Blackjack (Virgin)
- Single-Player Blackjack (Pala)
- Vegas Blackjack
- Vegas Downtown Blackjack (Virgin and Tropicana)
- Vegas Strip Blackjack (Virgin)