First Person Blackjack is a Random Number Generator (RNG) based casino game.
This is not Live blackjack, there is no live dealer and there are no other players at the table.
It’s just you playing against the computer in a virtual 3D animated world.
This is a complete departure for Evolution Gaming who’s main focus is live dealer games.
First person Blackjack has been created to elevate RNG Blackjack to a new level.
The game is delivered with the same consistent look and feel of the live dealer games, which should allow for a more familiar transition between the two.
In addition to the game rules above, First Person Blackjack comes with a couple of cool features.
First Person Blackjack is played to normal blackjack rules.
The player has to make the best hand possible without busting over 21.
Two cards are dealt to each player and the dealer.
When the dealer is showing an Ace, all players are offered Insurance. If the dealer has a Blackjack the game round is ended and those taking Insurance receive their pay out.
If there is no Blackjack the game round continues as normal.
Each player in turn has the opportunity to:
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First Person Blackjack comes with 2 Blackjack Side bets:
The RTP for the main game is 99.29%.
RTP for the 21+3 Side Bet is 96.30%.
RTP for the Perfect pairs Side Bet is 95.90%.
First Person Blackjack has been optimised for play on mobile devices.
Tablet users will see virtually the same as a desktop user, while phone users will get Landscape and portrait versions.
This is an interesting game from Evolution. I can’t really criticise what’s been produced as it’s slick, presented well with a great deal of thought going into the aesthetics of the game.
I wish they had been bolder with the game rules as that is where the game could differentiate from the competition.
Still, if you’re new to live casino games and not sure about playing, this is a really good alternative.