Blackjack Professional Series

We have a special fondness for Blackjack, and since you’ve landed on this page, we assume you share our interest or are keen on learning how to play. Below, you’ll find a fully operational free version of Blackjack, allowing you to explore the game risk-free. The key to mastery lies in a combination of practice and study – so feel free to blend the trial game with insights from our Casino School (link provided below).

NetEnt’s Blackjack Professional Series stands out as one of our preferred online variants. It not only boasts a favorable theoretical payout but also enables you to play with three hands concurrently, adding a layer of speed and intensity to the gameplay. Additionally, it serves as an excellent platform for practice, encompassing most of the typical bets you encounter in Blackjack.

For those already acquainted with Blackjack, dive in and enjoy at your pace. However, if you’re new to the game, we’ll provide a concise overview to get you started. For a more comprehensive understanding of Blackjack strategy, delve into the dedicated section in the Casino School!

Game Objectives:

While it’s commonly stated that the aim in Blackjack is to approach 21 without exceeding it, the true objective is to outscore the dealer. The closer you get to 21 without going over, the higher your chances of achieving this. Keep in mind that the dealer is your sole adversary. Even in a setting with other players, your focus should solely be on the dealer.

Game Progression:

  1. Commence by selecting a bet per hand. Since this is a simulated game, feel free to wager the maximum on each hand. Place your bet by choosing a chip and clicking on the designated areas on the game table.
  2. Proceed by clicking “Deal”. The dealer will then distribute two cards to each of your hands, along with two cards to their own hand. You’ll only see one of the dealer’s cards; the other remains face-down.
  3. Assess your cards and determine their value. In Blackjack Professional Series, the values are automatically calculated. However, it’s beneficial to know that Aces can be valued at 1 or 11 (whichever is more advantageous at the moment), numbered cards hold their face value, and face cards are valued at 10.
  4. The next move is entirely up to you. The fundamental choices are to either draw another card or stand. Always opt to stand if your total is 17 or higher. Achieving 21 with your initial two cards results in a Blackjack, awarding you 1.5 times your bet (unless the dealer also has Blackjack). For comprehensive insights into bets and strategies, refer to the link above leading to our Blackjack School.
  5. Draw as many additional cards as you desire until you choose to stand or exceed 21. There are also additional options like doubling down and splitting (explore these in greater detail in our Casino School).