Atlantic City Blackjack™ is a variation of the popular game of casino blackjack and is a game of skill and chance. In this Microgaming game, the player has to build a score of 21 with his cards against the dealer.
About Atlantic City Blackjack™
The player plays against the dealer independently and has an initial hand of two cards. The dealer deals with two cards, one face-up and another face-down; the face-down card is known as the hole card. The dealer is allowed to peek at his hole card if the other card is an Ace or a ten valued card.
There are four standard options that a player is allowed in this game of Atlantic City Blackjack and a player can hit, stand, double-take and split a pair. Sometimes surrender is allowed as well. Atlantic City blackjack is a game that allows a player to double-down and splitting, and although doubling after splitting is possible, the player cannot double after re-splitting. If a player gets an Ace on both his cards, it can then be split; each split Ace can get one new card dealt with it. If a split Ace is dealt with a card of ten, then it is considered 21 and not blackjack. If the build of the cards go beyond 21, it is known as “bust” and the player loses.