Blackjack 21 (Wazdan)
Play for free at Blackjack 21 from Wazdan with a classic casino Blackjack table. The demo version of the game offers 100 chips to bet and play for free. Learn the rules of Blackjack 21. Find out how to count the cards on Blackjack 21 to win. In this card game there is the option of insurance against the dealer’s Blackjack and the option of dividing the bet into two hands (Split). Play Blackjack for free without downloading and without registering.
How to play Blackjack 21
To play for free at Blackjack 21 in demo mode you have 100 virtual credits in your account. You can learn to create combinations to beat the dealer. The important thing is to earn more points than the dealer without going over 21.
In the demo version of the game you can place bets only on 1 hand and with a maximum of 100 credits per round (Max Bet). You can bet with chips of € 0.10 and up to € 100 credits. Select one of the tiles and place it on the game table. To cancel the bet use Cancel Bet.
In the Blackjack game 21 of Wazdan you will feel like at a classic Blackjack table in a Las Vegas casino.
Blackjack 21 Rules
The Blackjack Blackjack 21 game rules from developer Wazdan hardly differ from the Blackjack game rules offered by online casinos. The objective of this card game consists of obtaining a combination of cards that by the points surpasses the combination of the croupier.
After dealing the first two cards, you must take another card (Hit), stand (Stand) or split your combination into two hands (Split). The most beneficial combination results in a win that exceeds 2.5 times the stake in the round. Other sequences may award the double bet. There is no button to duplicate and Autoplay is disabled.
How to count cards in Blackjack 21
After starting the game, both the player and the dealer get 2 cards each, and the amount of these can be increased at their discretion. When the dealer’s first card is an Ace, the player is offered the option to insure against the opponent’s Blackjack. The player can bet half of his main bet, and if the dealer has a Black Jack (21 points from 2 cards), the player will lose the main bet, but the sum bet by insurance will be doubled. Otherwise, the insurance bet will be lost, but the player will have the opportunity to increase the main bet. Each card has its face value:
- Cards from 2 to 10 will have the same number of points as their value.
- The J, Q, and K score 10 points.
- The AS gives 11 points, if the combination with this card gives less or exactly 21 points, otherwise it gives 1 point.
If the number of points for the combination obtained is going to be less than the dealer’s number or exceed 21 points, the player will lose the bet.