First Person Blackjack at Full Tilt Casino

Do you enjoy the sensation of playing in a live casino, but want to move at a pace that suits you? First Person Blackjack offers an immersive 3D view that places you at the heart of the action. Enjoy the best aspects of the live experience whilst betting as quickly or as slowly as you like. None of the pressure, all of the fun!

‘Go LIVE’ Button

When playing First Person Blackjack you will notice there is a ‘Go LIVE’ button on the table. This helps players jump straight to a Live Blackjack table via the in-game portal in just a few seconds. Play First Person Blackjack for a taste of how Live Blackjack feels, then get the real experience at the touch of a button.

Game Rules

First Person Blackjack uses eight 52-card decks. All eight decks are shuffled together before each hand is played. The dealer does not receive a hole card. Dealers must hit with a total of 16 or less, or on a soft 17. This is a hand that includes an ace and totals either seven or 17. If the player hits Blackjack, they will be paid at odds of 3:2.

In the event that a player’s hand loses to Blackjack, they will only lose their mandatory bet. All optional bets, such as splits and doubles, are pushed and returned to the player.

Betting Options

As the hand progresses, there are extra chances to bet. For instance, players can choose to double down on any two-card hand. This allows the player to double their initial bet, but it also means they must draw one more card and then ‘stand’ regardless of the outcome.

Another betting option is to split the hand. However, a player can only split two cards if they are paired or of equal value. For example, if you get dealt seven-seven, queen-jack or king-ten you can split the cards to create two hands instead of one. To do this, you’ll need to match your initial wager.

There are some important rules to remember when splitting:

  • Players can split up to three times for a total of four hands, except when dealt a pair of aces
  • Aces may be split only once. After this, players will receive only one card for each split hand
  • Players can double down on any hand. This includes doubling down after a non-ace split

Surrender and Insurance

Players cannot ‘surrender’ at First Person Blackjack tables. However, a player can buy ‘insurance’ if they think the dealer is going to hit Blackjack. If this happens, and the dealer does indeed hit Blackjack, the player will be paid at odds of 2:1 on the insurance bet.

The theoretical return to player (RTP) for First Person Blackjack is 99.28%. For more on how to play the game, visit our Blackjack Rules page.

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