Casino Blackjack Rules & Conditions

Click here for blackjack rules & conditions in various cities.Click the links below to see the survey of blackjack rules offered at various casinos in that city:
The first 2 cities are open to everyone. Site members have FREE access to all other locked cities (Non-members will be bounced back to the home page). Post general questions and comments about these charts below. Make specific comments & updates about individual casino conditions on those respective pages.

To find out how these rules variations affect the house edge against you, checkout our House Odds Calculator.

Las Vegas, NV Blackjack Rules & Conditions 2017


Tunica, MS Blackjack Rules & Conditions 2017


Reno, NV Blackjack Rules & Conditions 2017


Other Cities, NV Blackjack Rules & Conditions 2017


Atlantic City, NJ Blackjack Rules & Conditions 2017

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Connecticut Blackjack Rules & Conditions 2017

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Macau, China Blackjack Rules & Conditions 2017


8 Responses to “Casino Blackjack Rules & Conditions”

  • Cool

    Here’s another city that I can recommend that has good blackjack rules: Wendover, NV.

    • Admin

      We appreciate the input. We’ll make sure to add that chart on our next update. Stay tuned.

    • Admin

      Just added Wendover to our Other Cities, NV chart. Enjoy and keep posting any updates in the comments.

  • Cool

    I was wondering if you can add the casinos from Tunica, MS to this list as they have several casinos that have favorable blackjack rules such as Horseshoe, Harrah’s and Fitzgeralds where players can split Aces in single deck.

    • Admin

      Tunica, MS has just been added to our Casino Rules & Conditions! Enjoy and please comment if you see any rule changes.

  • Etsukon

    Thanks for giving us a place to obtain the most up-to-date information on blackjack games.
    If everyone reports back updates to the chart on their stays to these casino cities, it should prove very useful.

  • Harrison

    How can I print the casino blackjack rules in its entirety? Because the rules are in an ‘inset’ on your website, I am only able to print about the first third of the list!

    • Admin

      To print the entire chart, click the first line in the chart. Next use your mouse to click and scroll to the bottom of the chart. Now, holding down the shift key, click the end of the chart and the entire chart should be highlighted. Now you can either release the mouse and press Ctrl-C to copy to the clipboard or right-click the mouse and select Copy. Then simply open your favorite word processor and press Ctrl-V to paste. Now print as you normally would from your word processor 🙂

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