Blackjack FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions About Online Blackjack

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We have prepared answers for the most frequently asked questions about online blackjack, so read them through, and if you have some other questions regarding online blackjack that we haven’t included here, feel free to leave them in the comments below and we will give you an appropriate answer.

Q: Where can I find good online casinos to play blackjack?

We would advise that you first check the casinos that we have reviewed on our website. These are the ones that have passed our standards about how safe and secure they are and what blackjack games they offer. Furthermore, we have reviewed their bonuses, payouts, graphics and all that makes up a reputable online casino. We are not saying that there are no other good online casinos, but it’s just that we trust these the most.

Q: Can I play online blackjack using my mobile?

Yes. Online casinos, at least those that we have reviewed, offer their games including blackjack through mobile casinos. You can use these mobile casinos with any Android, iOS, Windows or Blackberry device, be it a Smartphone or a tablet. You just need a stable internet connection.

Q: Is it possible to first try the blackjack games offered by online casinos for free?

Yes, you can. You can do that even if you are not registered, but it is always better to register first and then practice a little before playing them in real-money mode.

Q: What is an ‘Insurance’ bet?

The insurance bet is offered to you when the dealer’s face up card is an Ace. If you are afraid that the dealer’s facedown card is a 10, King, Jack or Queen, then you can take the insurance bet and if the dealer actually has a blackjack, you are paid 2 to 1.

Q: What is a ‘natural blackjack’?

A natural blackjack is a blackjack hand consisted of an Ace and a card valued ten.

Q: What is a ‘surrender’?

Some blackjack variants offer the option to surrender, which actually means folding your hand. If you choose to surrender, half of your bet is returned to you.

Q: Are the odds better at online or land-based blackjack?

Online blackjack is favored because it has much better bet limits. Apart from that, the odds are same for both online and land-based games.

Q: Is online blackjack rigged?

Playing online blackjack is perfectly safe when you play it at reputable online casinos such as those reviewed by us. Their games are audited monthly and checked if they are fair, therefore the answer is no, they are not rigged. Also, we would advise you to be careful where you play.