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Does The Blackjack Table Have Your Name On It?

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This week Casino Action will give you the opportunity to cash in on a couple of blackjack variations, i.e. Vegas Strip Blackjack and Atlantic City Blackjack Gold!

As you have probably seen, we often showcase a couple of red hot video slot at Casino Action and other Microgaming casinos of the Casino Rewards group of casino - slots that are paying out giving you an extra opportunity to win some more money by playing the promotions. However, sometimes table games can be even more rewarding to more and more players with great payouts. Check the following Blackjack bonuses out:

Vegas Strip Blackjack is perhaps not the ‘strip blackjack’ that you are expecting, even though it actually gets its name from the famous stretch of road in Las Vegas. Vegas Strip Blackjack is a whole lot of fun though. Basic rules include betting on up to five hands at a time, with the dealer standing on all 17s. Insurance pays 2 to 1. If the player splits aces and the next card is a 10, the hand is considered a 21, rather than a Blackjack. The minimum bet per hand is $2 and the maximum is $200. Play Vegas Strip Blackjack this week as the top 5 wagerers each day will receive $100 into your Casino Action account.

Atlantic City Blackjack Gold is a fairly standard take on the traditional game of blackjack at Casino Action. Rules to remember include: Dealer stands on 17, checks for blackjack on aces, face cards and 10s; a surrender option pays 2 to 1; players may only surrender if dealer shows a 10 or face card. Three splits are allowed for a max of four hands. A 10 or face card plus spilt ace is worth 21 but not blackjack. Aces may only be split once. Try your hand at Atlantic City Blackjack Gold this weekend and 10 lucky players will be chosen to receive $100 per day. 

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