Zappit Blackjack

Zappit Blackjack

Game Description

Hit the tables for a hand of Zappit Blackjack and you’ll get all the action of regular Blackjack, with a thrilling twist. Just like classic Blackjack – which is easily the most popular casino game in the world – this game is easy to learn and easy to like.

The aim is still to get a hand that’s as close to 21 without going over, while having a higher hand than the dealer. However, with Zappit Blackjack, when you’re dealt a hand of 15, 16 or 17, you can opt to zap your cards and exchange them for two new ones. Get ready to hit the “zap” button and shuffle your way to Zappit Blackjack glory.

How To Play Zappit Blackjack


  • The standard Blackjack game is played using six decks, which are reshuffled after each hand.
  • Dealer will hit on a soft 17.
  • The player may split up to three hands.
  • Split aces receive only one card.
  • No re-splitting of aces.
  • A split ace and a ten-value card is not a Blackjack.
  • When a player is dealt a hard total of 15, 16 or 17, they have the option to hit the “zap” button, giving them two new cards.
  • A player wins when they hold a score of 21 or less but greater than the dealer's final total or they achieve a score of 21 or less when the dealer's final score exceeds 22.
  • If the player holds a score of 21 or less and the dealer busts with a 22, it is considered a push as opposed to a win and the player’s original bet is returned to him.

Card Values

  • Card suits are irrelevant.
  • Cards 2 to 10 have face value.
  • Jacks, queens and kings are worth 10.
  • Aces have a value of 1 or 11.


  • Click on a chip to place a bet.
  • Additional clicks on the chip interface will add to the wager.
  • To remove a bet from play, click on the chip in the betting circle.
  • Minimum amount to bet is $1 while the maximum is $500.


  • An ace and any ten-value card together on the initial deal is called a Blackjack. Blackjack pays 3 to 2, providing that the dealer does not also have Blackjack.
  • A player and dealer Blackjack on the same hand results in a tie, known as a push.
  • If the dealer holds a hand value of 22, this is considered a push and the player’s original bet is returned to him.
  • Any other winning hand is paid 1 to 1.
  • Insurance pays 2 to 1.
  • Any winning score of 21 after a split or after zapping one’s hand is paid 1 to 1.