Blackjack Jackpots at Lottomart UK
Is there such a thing as blackjack jackpots? If they do exist, why are they not simply called blackjack pots? While there are blackjack-themed slot machines that deliver massive payouts, the table game itself generally sticks to the traditional side of things.
After all, why mess with arguably the most timeless casino game of them all? People love the fast gameplay, simple rules, and the various strategies that can be applied to reduce the house edge. This is why you rarely see blackjack variations that tear up the rulebook and deliver a wildly different experience when attempting to score 21.
At least, that’s the case at Lottomart Games. We generally stick to the traditional with our blackjack offerings, although the exciting Infinite Blackjack helps to mix things up without deviating too far from the original formula.
However, this doesn’t mean there aren’t jackpots to play for when sitting at the blackjack table. With the right approach, you can turn small wins into major ones overall. Most excitingly, however, is Infinite Blackjack presenting the opportunity to win major cash prizes via their innovative side bets.
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Infinite Blackjack Side Bets Jackpots
When it comes to playing online blackjack, you’re not going to find massive progressive jackpots that venture into the millions like with certain slots. With that said, Infinite Blackjack features an assortment of side bets that give you the chance to win large payouts. Let’s take a closer look at these four side bets that makes Infinite Blackjack stand out from the usual grind in this card game.
Hot 3 Side Bet
The Hot 3 side bet accounts for three cards: the initial two cards you’re dealt and the dealer’s face card. If you decide to place a side bet on this option, your hope is these three cards have a total points value of between 19 and 21.
Below are the winning hands and their respective payout rate:
- 19 points (1:1)
- 20 points (2:1)
- 21 points (4:1)
- Suited 21 (20:1)
- Three sevens (100:1)
If you believe landing the main prize for this side bet is difficult, you’d be right to believe that! There’s a 0.04% probability of getting three sevens to make 21 with these hot three cards. However, you should only view this as a potential added bonus – getting a standard 21 points for a 4:1 payout, for instance, has a much higher probability of 8.38%.
Bust it Side Bet
This side bet is all about the dealer’s actions. As the name suggests, it is based on if the dealer busts their hand. The more cards they have when they bust, the better it is for you if you opt to go with this side bet!
Below are the number of cards the dealer busts with and the corresponding payout value:
- 3 cards (1:1)
- 4 cards (2:1)
- 5 cards (9:1)
- 6 cards (50:1)
- 7 cards (100:1)
- 8 cards or more (250:1)
Yes, it’s almost impossible for a dealer to pick up 8 cards without busting. They’d have to pick up a lot of aces, twos, and threes for that to happen. Plus a dealer has to stand on a soft 17, and this further reduces the possibility of them getting 8 cards – or going bust in general. Nevertheless, that 250:1 payout represents the biggest jackpot available in the game!
21 + 3 Side Bet
If you’re searching for the side bet with the lowest house edge in Infinite Blackjack, look no further than 21 + 3. This side bet functions in much the same way as the aforementioned Hot 3 one. Your two initial cards and the dealer’s face card are used. Yet instead of forming a numerical value, the cards are combined in an effort to make common poker hands.
These hands, along with their corresponding payout values, are as follows:
- Flush (5:1)
- Straight (10:1)
- Three-of-a-kind (30:1)
- Straight flush (40:1)
- Suited three-of-a-kind (100:1)
The probability of landing a flush or straight, for instance, is much more probable than in normal poker as only three cards are used, not five. The 100:1 jackpot is a lot more difficult to land, however!
Any Pair Side Bet
This option is the simplest of the Infinite Blackjack side bets. All it requires is you achieve a pair with your initial two cards. Here are the payout odds:
- Non-suited pair (8:1)
- Perfect pair (25:1)
As you might gather from the two options, a perfect pair is one that also has the same suit. While the payouts for the any pair side bet are relatively low compared to the other choices available, the chance of hitting the biggest payout is much more likely. The probability is a relatively high 1.69%.