Simple to learn, thrilling to play
Welcome to Park Lane Club, where we offer a range of world-class games designed to provide you with the ultimate gaming experience. One of our most popular games is the classic game of Blackjack, a game of skill and strategy that has been enjoyed by players for centuries.
At Park Lane Club, we offer a range of Blackjack tables, each with its own unique ambiance and betting limits. Our tables are designed to cater to players of all levels, from those who are just starting to learn the game to high rollers looking for an exclusive gaming experience. Our dealers will ensure that you have a great time playing. That's not all, if you're looking for a new and a different environment to enjoy a great game and a drink, our ultimate outdoor gaming terrace will exceed all your expectations.
So come and experience the thrill of Blackjack at Park Lane Club, where you will find a welcoming atmosphere, exciting gameplay, and the chance to win big. We look forward to seeing you!
Blackjack is a game that is easy to learn but difficult to master. The objective is simple - to beat the dealer by having a hand value that is closer to 21 than the dealer's hand, without going over. The game is played with a standard deck of 52 cards and can be played by up to seven players at a time.
1. The game begins with each player placing a bet in the designated betting area on the table.
2. The dealer deals two cards face up to each player, and two cards to themselves, one face up and one face down.
3. The objective of the game is to have a hand value closer to 21 than the dealer's hand value, without going over 21.
4. Cards 2 through 10 are worth their face value. Face cards (jacks, queens, and kings) are worth 10, and aces are worth either 1 or 11, depending on which value is more beneficial for the hand.
5. After the cards are dealt, players have the option to "hit" (receive another card) or "stand" (keep their current hand). Players can continue to hit until they reach a hand value of 21 or decide to stand.
6. If a player's hand value exceeds 21, they lose the game (known as "busting").
7. After all players have made their decisions, the dealer reveals their face-down card. The dealer must hit until their hand value is 17 or higher.
8. If the dealer busts, all remaining players win. If the dealer does not bust, their hand value is compared to each player's hand value, and whoever has a hand value closer to 21 wins.
9. If a player's hand value is the same as the dealer's hand value, the game ends in a tie (known as a "push").
10. Depending on the specific Blackjack variation being played, there may be additional rules and betting options, such as splitting pairs or doubling down.
1. Learn Basic Strategy:
Familiarise yourself with basic Blackjack strategy to know when to hit, stand, double down, or split based on your hand value and the dealer's up card.
Basic strategy charts are widely available and can help you make the most optimal decisions in every situation.
2. Manage Your Bankroll:
Set a budget for your Blackjack session and stick to it.
Avoid chasing losses or increasing your bets in an attempt to win back lost money.
3. Avoid Insurance Bets:
Insurance bets may seem like a good idea, but they typically have a high house edge and are not recommended for most players.
4. Don't Take Unnecessary Risks:
Avoid making decisions based on gut feelings or hunches and stick to basic strategy.
Resist the temptation to take additional hits when you have a strong hand, as this increases the risk of busting.
5. Know When to Walk Away:
Set a winning goal and stop playing once you reach it.
Similarly, if you find yourself on a losing streak, take a break and come back to the game later.
Practise your Blackjack strategy by playing for free online or with friends.
This can help you improve your skills and confidence before playing for real money at a casino.
We are committed to creating a culture of Safer Gambling within our casinos. We have appointed Safer Gambling Ambassadors across all our sites, in order to protect young and vulnerable people from being exploited by gambling, prevent underage gambling and increase support for the treatment of gambling harm.