This game offers an exciting form of blackjack as it is played with 8 decks. In addition, it is possible to double down on any of the initial two cards, although it is not possible to double down after a split which is only allowed to be performed once per hand. Players will also find that a single card is dealt each time an Ace is split. In this game, the dealer will always stand on 17, with insurance available if the dealer draws an Ace. Players are invited to place their bets on one of the empty seats or to bet behind an already seated player. This is a great way to test the water whilst waiting for a main table seat to become available. Simply select the chip size and choose your betting position. Players have just 15 seconds to place their bets, so as you can imagine it is certainly a fast-paced table.
The visuals are designed to provide an immersive and luxurious experience, with loyal and experienced blackjack players in mind. The experienced dealers conduct the game in a professional manner and the VIP themed studio serves as the perfect backdrop for this live game. It is possible to choose from a variety of views, including Casino View which follows the live-action, or Game View which is ideal for those looking for a more focused approach. It is also possible to select from numerous sound and video quality options, which is perfect if you struggle with a poor internet connection.
There are some useful features which many players will benefit from, including Autobet and My Waiting List. These are useful if you would like to relax and watch the action unfold, rather than quickly needing to place each bet. In addition, Microgaming have incorporated a useful PlayCheck feature, which is great if you are looking for gameplay reminders.
As you would expect from a game targeted at high rollers, the minimum bet starts at $50 and the maximum bet is an impressive $5,000. This firmly positions Blackjack VIP A as a game for those who are looking for a large win. Although the game does not feature any specific bonuses, for those who dare to play these high stakes there is great potential.
Return to Player
As with all blackjack games, the RTP is set at 3 to 2, with an insurance bet reducing this down to 2 to 1. Although the stakes are high, blackjack offers a great potential return to lucky players.