Online Blackjack Tournaments
Find online blackjack tournaments here including freerolls or ones with various buyins, prize pools and jackpots.
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$500 Weekly Blackjack
Thanksgiving Blackjack Tournament $2,500
Get a $500 first prize, from the $2,500 prize pool in the Thanksgiving tournament!
Only customers with real deposits (min $50) during November 2020 are eligible for the leaderboard rewards.
The first 20 places will get prizes.
The Tournament starts Sunday, November 1st, and ends Tuesday, December 1st at 23:59 PT.
Terms and Conditions Apply.
Blackjack is a great casino game on it's own but after an hour of playing, the excitement can wear off quickly. If you get to see or interact with other players then things become more interesting. With an online blackjack tournament, things are different as you have time in which you can fight to be the top player and it's just more competitive like poker. Blackjack tournaments are somewhat rare compared to slots tournaments and you won't find any shortage of those.
Players that like blackjack tournaments are also a fan of our video poker tournaments.
Blackjack is one of the most played games in casinos, and the popularity still stands when we talk about blackjack tournaments. The goal of this game is to have more points than the dealer. The player must get (at best) 21 points with the first two cards dealt, however, the number of points can’t exceed 21. When the player or even the dealer has more than 21 points, it’s officially a loss.
While playing, players can take several decisions: Stand (not taking any more cards), hit (receiving another card), split (if the player has two cards with the same value, they can be split into two hands and, therefore, a second bet will have to be made), double down (if a player desires to, he or she can increase their bet but have to receive another card) and surrender (this can only be done as a first decision). If the dealer receives an ace, then there’s the possibility for the player to take an insurance. This means that a side bet is done, and if the dealer has a blackjack then the player will be paid anyway (pays 2:1, which means that the player will get two dollars for every dollar that is bet).
Blackjack tournaments work in a very simple way. Players are assigned to a specific table, and everyone will have the same bankroll. There is a specific amount of time that players are allowed to play the game, or a number of hands and, in the end, the winner of the tournament is the person who has more money. Then, table winners will have to compete until there are few finalists, whom will compete for the top prize.
Many blackjack tournaments will have to charge an entry fee. But it can be easily returned once the tournament is over, with all the winnings the player may get.
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