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HOW TO PLAY INFINITE BLACKJACK

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HOW TO PLAY INFINITE BLACKJACK

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Infinite Blackjack: Unlimited Seats & Unlimited Fun

Live Dealer brings the real casino experience to you, no matter where you are! Infinite games, like Infinite Blackjack, are great because there are unlimited seats at the table so you can play on demand.  Before explaining Infinite Blackjack in detail below, here’s a quick video that does a great job at spelling out how to play this awesome game:

Game Objective

The objective of Infinite Blackjack is to achieve a higher card count than the dealer, but without going over 21. The best hand is a blackjack - when the sum of the values of the first 2 cards dealt is exactly 21. With Infinite Blackjack you compete against the dealer only, not against other players.

How to Play

Infinite blackjack plays exactly like your favorite live dealer blackjack game, with one major difference: you’ll never have to wait for a seat! On a standard blackjack table, you’ll choose one of seven available seats to sit at and play. Infinite blackjack has only one seat that is shared by all players at once. Infinite blackjack has a unique mechanic that allows all players to start with the same two cards, then make independent decisions that don’t affect other individuals’ play.

After you’ve been dealt your starting hand of two cards, the standard blackjack choices of hit, stand, split, double down all appear. Each player has a chance to make their individual choice to hit, stand etc. All players that choose to stand, will be done with their decision making. All players who choose to receive another card will have another card dealt out to them. This new card will not affect any players who have chosen to stand previously. The hand will continue to play until all players have chosen to stand or have busted due to receiving new cards. Once the player's decisions have all been made, the dealer will then act in exactly the same manner as any other blackjack game and make their choice to hit, stand, etc.

It’s worth noting that Infinite Blackjack tables are not exclusive to DK – any player from any operator is able to join the game/table.

Payout Structure

Because Infinite Blackjack does have some extra exciting payouts, let’s take a look at the many different ways to win money while playing.  Like most forms of blackjack, Infinite Blackjack, has a basic payout structure with a blackjack being paid out more than an average winning hand.  In the case that a player opts to buy insurance and the dealer has blackjack, this also pays out more than a winning hand.  The payout of each scenario is listed below:

  • Blackjack pays 3:2
  • Winning hand pays 1:1
  • If the dealer has Blackjack, insurance pays 2:1

Side Bets

Infinite Blackjack has side bets, just like most blackjack games.  The other kick with Infinite Blackjack is the amount of side bets, making the game even more enticing than your traditional blackjack hand.  You may place side bets in combination with your main blackjack bet. Once you place a side bet, you have the chance to win any side bet regardless of whether you later win or lose on your regular blackjack bet.  Below you can find the different types of Infinite Blackjack’s side bets that help make it so special.  

Any Pair

The Any Pair side bet allows you to bet on the combination of the two first cards of your hand. The winning combination in this case is any two cards of the same value (2 Queens, 2 Aces, etc). There are two types of combinations that win the Any Pair side bet, each with a different payout:

  • Any Pair (ex: 2 Kings)
  • Suited Pair (ex: 2 Aces of Spades)

Outcome

Payout

Any Pair

8:1

Suited Pair

25:1

Outcome

Payout

Any Pair

8:1

Suited Pair

25:1

21 + 3

21 + 3 side bets give you the chance to win if your first two cards plus the dealer’s upcard form one of the following combinations, most being winning Poker hands.  While 21 + 3 side bets and Bust-O-Rama side bets (explained below) are some of the least probable combinations, their dramatic payout make them a popular Infinite Blackjack side bet.  These side bets comprise of any of the following winning combinations, each with a different payout:

  • Flush: non-sequential cards in the same suit (2, 6 and 10 of Clubs)
  • Straight: in numerical sequence but different suits (ex: 2 of Spades, 3 of Clubs, 4 of Hearts)
  • Three of a Kind: same value but with different suits (ex: any 3 non-matching Kings)
  • Straight Flush: in numerical sequence and same suit (ex: 10, Jack and Queen of Diamonds)
  • Suited Trips: an identical triplet (ex: 3x Queens of Hearts)

Outcome

Payout

Flush

5:1

Straight

10:1

Three of a Kind

30:1

Straight Flush

40:1

Suited Trips

100:1

Outcome

Payout

Flush

5:1

Straight

10:1

Three of a Kind

30:1

Straight Flush

40:1

Suited Trips

100:1

Hot 3

Hot 3 side bets allow you to bet on the combination of three cards, consisting of your first two cards and the dealer’s upcard. These side bets involve the sum of the values of these three cards.  There are several combinations for the Hot 3 side bet, each with a different payout:

  • Total 19: three cards that add up to “19” (ex: 9, 3, and 7 of any suite)
  • Total 20: three cards that add up to “20” (ex: 4, Queen, and 6 of any suite)
  • Total 21, Unsuited: three cards that add up to “21”(ex:  7, 4, and Jack of different suite)
  • Total 21, Suited: three cards that add up to “21” (ex:  7, 4, and King of Hearts)
  • 7-7-7: 7 of Hearts, 7 of Clubs, 7 of Diamonds

Outcome

Payout

Total 19

1:1

Total 20

2:1

Total 21, Unsuited

4:1

Total 21, Suited

20:1

7-7-7

100:1

Outcome

Payout

Total 19

1:1

Total 20

2:1

Total 21, Unsuited

4:1

Total 21, Suited

20:1

7-7-7

100:1

Bust-O-Rama

This allows you to bet that the total value of the dealer’s cards will exceed 21 (a bust), and how many cards that will take. This side bet is pushed if the player has a blackjack. There are several combinations for the Bust-O-Rama side bet, each with a different payout:

  • Bust with 3 cards
  • Bust with 4 cards
  • Bust with 5 cards
  • Bust with 6 cards
  • Bust with 7 cards
  • Bust with 8 or more cards

Outcome

Payout

Bust with 3 cards

1:1

Bust with 4 cards

2:1

Bust with 5 cards

7:1

Bust with 6 cards

50:1

Bust with 7 cards

100:1

Bust with 8 cards or more

250:1

Outcome

Payout

Bust with 3 cards

1:1

Bust with 4 cards

2:1

Bust with 5 cards

7:1

Bust with 6 cards

50:1

Bust with 7 cards

100:1

Bust with 8 cards or more

250:1

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Side Bet Payouts

Should I Play?

Blackjack enthusiasts have Infinite Blackjack at their disposal.  If you’re already an online blackjack jock, Infinite Blackjack is always available for you to play your favorite game with a fun payout structure.  Just like any other DraftKings’ blackJack, there is a strategy to Infinite Blackjack that continually makes it a favorite game of those looking to employ their own policy and plan.  

Being a Live Dealer game, Infinite Blackjack may also be an exciting way for you to explore Live Dealer or get into a new game.  The exceptional online casino experience that you can have on your own time playing Live Dealer games makes Infinite Blackjack an easy way to enjoy yourself.  

Take Me There!

If you’re ready to play Infinite Blackjack, you can find the game under the Live Dealer tab in the DraftKings Games menu.  Under Live Dealer, click Infinite Blackjack to see the minimum wager required at the table.  Once you’ve read all this, you’re ready to play.  Here is a link for you to find Infinite Blackjack and join in on the fun:

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