Atlantic City Blackjack Gold - Microgaming
ABOUT ATLANTIC CITY BLACKJACK GOLD
Atlantic City Blackjack Gold from Microgaming takes casino gaming to a whole new level, with the Gold series featuring numerous improvement designed to further improve the game play and overall experience. Featuring the same rules as the standard Atlantic City version but coming with enhanced graphics and improved game options, Atlantic City Blackjack Gold impresses on so many levels.
With stake per hand ranging from $100 to $1,000, the game has clearly been designed to cater for VIP players, who will definitely learn to appreciate the classy table outlook. Supporting a number of additional options such as split, double down and late surrender, Atlantic City Blackjack Gold gives player the chance to take full advantage of their skills in an attempt to beat the house.
ATLANTIC CITY BLACKJACK GOLD RULES
The game is played with no less than eight decks of cards that are shuffled prior to each new hand, and this does give a certain advantage to the house. Nevertheless, the house edge is decreased by the Late Surrender rule that allows the gamers to activate the option and lose half of the wager even after the dealer has checked for Blackjack.
Split option can be used up to three times to create four separate hands, but Aces can only be split once with one card each dealt before you are forced to stand. Blackjack and Insurance pay 3:2 and 2:1 respectively, although a ten dealt to a split Ace is not counted as a Blackjack. The dealer will check for Blackjack when his first card is Ten or Ace and he will always stand at 17.
HOW TO PLAY ATLANTIC CITY BLACKJACK
Atlantic City Blackjack Gold supports wagers from $100 to $1,000, with $100, $200 and $1K chips on offer. Simply click on one of the three chips and click on the table to determine your stake. Press deal and the cards will be dealt. Hit, stand, double, split and surrender options are supported, while you can click on rebet once the hand is complete.
Table limits are displayed in the upper left hand corner, whilst game rules will appear when you move the cursor to Game Rules. Auto-Rebet and Quick Deal options could come in handy, whereas win sounds, background sounds and advanced sounds can all be switched off within the options section.