The rules of this Stakelogic Live edition are consistent with those of traditional American Blackjack played at most Las Vegas casinos. But now, with the introduction of Golden Cards, there's a chance to win even bigger payouts. Importantly, as you'll see in a moment, Super Stake Blackjack takes much of the decision-making out of the equation. The RTP is 98.01%. The betting range is between 1 to 500. You can win up to 30,000.
The card values are the standard ones used in blackjack games. All of the cards from 10 to K are worth 10 points each, while aces count for both 1 and 11. A three is still worth three points, just like any other card in the deck.
The object of Blackjack is to get a higher score than the dealer without exceeding 21. You'll be eliminated if you do that. The dealer's ace will trigger the insurance offer.
You can't take another card or "stand" like you would in a regular blackjack game. Super Stake Blackjack does away with these options altogether. Instead, the dealer will make the best possible decision for your hand based on predetermined blackjack strategy guidelines.
At the outset of each gaming round, an obligatory Super Stake fee equal to half of your bet is taken. When all wagers have been placed, the game's RNG selects six cards at random and places them face up behind the dealer. Each card has a different multiplier value between 2x and 30x. In-game, these cards are referred to as "Golden Cards" because their colour changes to gold once they are held by a player. The player can only use the Golden Cards on their first two cards. After the initial two cards have been dealt, any Golden Cards added to the hand will not be counted towards the player's multiplier. While it is possible to earn a multiplier higher than 60x with the Golden Cards, that is the absolute limit. The multipliers apply just to the player's initial wager. Only the original wager will count, not any Split or Double amounts. If a player divides a winning hand and that hand also has a multiplier, the player will get rewarded for both hands. On losing hands, it will not pay out. The Super Stake charge is not included in any winnings.