What are the side rules for Vegas Strip Blackjack?
- Blackjack pays 3:2
- Insurance pays 2:1
- Dealer stands on all 17s
- Player may split any matching value hand
- Player may re-split hands, up to four
- Player may double down on all hands, including after splitting
- Split Aces may not receive more than one card or re-split
- Dealer peeks at hole card (American Hole Card Rules)
- No surrender option is allowed.
Vegas Strip is played with a four-deck shoe. The game stakes range from a $1 minimum to a $1,000 maximum per hand before splits or doubles.
What edge does the house have?
Vegas Strip Blackjack offers players a return percentage of 99.64 percent, very high for Blackjack offered by legal real-money casinos in New Jersey.
What advantages are there in Vegas Strip Blackjack?
The four-deck shoe is smaller than normal for NJ online casinos, improving the player return. The generous double-down options are also a benefit, as is the ability to split multiple times.
Where can I find Vegas Strip Blackjack?
What is the software like?
The game runs on a very simple program. It lacks smart features for play other than simple re-bet options. It has no adjustable graphics settings. Though sound can be turned off. While it lacks in ornamentation, the game runs very well, with no slow down or instability. Virgin and Tropicana Blackjack games all appear to run on the same architecture.
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)