9 Up Blackjack

9 Up Blackjack

Check out the epic feature bet in 9 Up Blackjack for an exciting casino experience!


    9 Up Blackjack Game Overview

    9 Up Blackjack is an exciting casino game that uses eight standard decks of cards.

    The aim is to have a hand that is closer in value to 21 than the Dealer's, without going over 21. 


    Card Values

    Card
    Value
    2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9Face value
    10, Jack, Queen, King10
    Ace1 or 11 (whichever is better for your hand)

    How to Play

    At the beginning of the game, you will receive two cards.

    If the two cards total 21, then you have Blackjack and you win!

    If the value of your hand is less than 21, then you can take more cards from the deck to increase the value.


    Stand

    If you don't want to change the value of your hand, then clicking 'Stand' will indicate that you don't want to draw any more cards.

    When your first two cards equal 17 or more, then you have to click 'Stand'.

    If they equal 16 exactly, then you will have to click 'Draw'.

    Should the Dealer's hand equal a soft or hard 17, they will have to 'Stand'.


    Double Down

    This option will let you double your wager.

    It is possible to 'Double Down' on any two cards and you can do so after splitting a pair.


    Splitting

    This option is available if you have a pair of identical cards.

    Opting to 'Split' will separate the cards into two hands, with one more card added to each one.

    You can choose to 'Split' three times.

    You can only split a pair of Aces once.


    Insurance

    It is possible to place insurance during 9 Up Blackjack.


    Push

    A 'Push' is when your hand totals the same as the Dealer's hand.

    If the game results in a 'Push', then your wager will be returned.


    9 Up Feature Bet

    This bet lets you draw your first card from the 9 Up deck for a greater chance of reaching Blackjack!

    The 9 Up deck will only include 9's, 10's Jacks, Queens, Kings and Aces.

    The 9 Up feature bet is worth 20% of your main wager - you'll win this back if you achieve Blackjack.

    If you don't form Blackjack but you beat the dealer, then you will receive 1:1 on your main wager.


    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 99.64% (main game), 99.82% (9 UP feature).

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £99.64 (main game) or £99.82 (9 Up feature) of wins.