If you’re a fan of the classic casino card game and want to hit, split and double your way to 21 and riches, check out these games.
New blackjack games at Golden Nugget
Live Blackjack is an online casino classic. Is that sentence confusing? Allow us to explain.
In Live Blackjack games, you’ll be playing an online casino blackjack game with a great twist – instead of computer-generated cards and tables, you’ll be facing a real live dealer in real-time.
Follow the action in each hand from the first shuffle to the final deal of cards while interacting with the live dealer and your fellow players.
Golden Nugget’s new Classic Blackjack tables are stripped-down and simple – blackjack the way it’s meant to be played!
With stakes from $1 to $1,000 per hand, you’ll simply sit at the tables of a sleekly-designed online blackjack room with the quintessential casino card game awaiting you. Three betting boxes, basic blackjack rules, no muss and no fuss.
It’s the blackjack purist’s dream.
Blackjack strategy and tips
If the latest additions to Golden Nugget’s roster of online casino games in New Jersey have piqued your interest and you want to try your luck at the blackjack tables, you should familiarise yourself with some basic blackjack strategy.
Whether you want to take on the dealer in the Live Blackjack games or just simply take a seat at the Classic Blackjack tables without any further ado, you should try to have strategies in mind that will give you the best chance of winning.
When you learned that Golden Nugget’s Live Blackjack tables used real cards, you might have immediately thought of the MIT Blackjack Team or Rain Man and wondered if card counting could be used to beat the games.
Well, unfortunately, you’re probably out of luck. The Live Blackjack tables use a multi-deck shoe and regular shuffles to make sure card counting isn’t effective.
However, it is a great place to practice your counting skills – so long as you don’t expect to pay your way through college doing it!
If you don’t have a bankroll, you can’t play blackjack. That much is obvious. So, what’s the best way to ensure that you can continue playing even if you hit a run of bad cards?
The best plan is one that you stick to. Only wager a certain percentage of your bankroll, and only increase your bet if you can afford to.
For example, say you’re comfortable betting 2.5 to 5 percent of your $200 bankroll at once; you can bet $5 at first and increase the stakes to $6 or $7 per hand when you hit a winning streak.
The important thing is to be able to decrease your bets if you dip below $200 – don’t chase your losses with bigger and bigger bets!