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Progressive Blackjack

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Progressive Blackjack

Progressive Blackjack is a game where the player competes against the dealer. The goal is to add up to 21 or come closer to 21 than the dealer. The dealer must hit on 16 or less and stand on 17 or more. The player may place an extra $1 bet on each hand, and win a portion of the jackpot based on the progressive jackpot payout table. When a hand splits, it is still the first 2 cards dealt, but not to each split hand separately. Each player's hand is dealt two cards. The Dealer is also dealt two cards but only one card is face up. The card that remains face down is called the 'hole card'.

The game is played on a semi-circular table with 5 positions. Wagers are placed in the circles. Cards are dealt from four 52-card decks that are shuffled after each hand. There are 5 playing positions and you can play up to 5 hands at the same time. Each hand is a separate wager against the dealer.

Their graphics and sound are quality and realistic, and their software downloads and installs a lot faster than their competitors. It's these qualitites that set Vegas Technology's games apart from the competition.

You can play Progressive Blackjack at the following casinos

Online casinos offering Progressive Blackjack



Decks 4 decks

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