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Online Blackjack Software
Playing blackjack online means you get a choice in how you want to play the game. There are multiple software providers, each with unique graphics and features.
Below you will find the most popular blackjack software.
Online Mobile Software
Most casinos have an app or a mobile version of the game allowing you to play on your Android, iOS, Windows mobile or Blackberry.
Check out our mobile section to find casinos compatible with your device.
Playing Blackjack Online: Beginner ResourcesMore
If you're completely new to blackjack, then this is the place to start. Below you'll find beginners resources that will take you from confused to a knowledgeable blackjack player.
In this section we'll teach you more about the game of blackjack. Learn where "21" originated, when it made it's way to the states, how it got started in brick and mortar casinos, as well as online. More ››
In this section you'll find all the variations of blackjack. Starting with the original, we'll explain to you where the game came from, how to play and how it's different from your traditional game of blackjack. More ››
Before you hit the casinos you'll want to visit this page to familiarize yourself with the terms used in blackjack. We cover more than 100 different blackjack terms and what they mean. More ››
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Playing Blackjack Online: Getting Started
We get a lot of questions about how to get started with online blackjack. Things like legal issues, safety, what casinos to play at and more. So we thought we'd answer those questions here, and then link to pages on our site where you can learn more.
Can you play blackjack online for real money?
Absolutely. Real money casinos have been around for almost 20 years. And when there is a casino, there is a blackjack game.
I live in (North) America. Can I play online blackjack for real money?
That depends. Canadians shouldn't have a problem, as there are several casinos that accept them as customers. The biggest hurdle for Canadians is making deposits with debit or credit cards since not all banks are located within Canada, but instead located in the US. That can lead to (unnecessary) declines.
For Americans (USA), it will depend on the state you live in and if you can find a casino that will accept you as a customer. Then you'll have the same challenge with banking, but with fewer alternatives (to debit and credit cards).
The short answer -- yes. You can play blackjack online for real money. But the variables like where you live, what sites are available, your operating system, banking preferences, etc will determine if you can play online for real money.
Can I play blackjack for free?
Yes. Most casinos offer a free version of their real money software.
What are the differences between online and live blackjack?
There are a number of differences. For example:
- You don't have to travel to play online.
- Lower stakes can be found online -- as low as $1 per hand!
- Brick and mortar casinos usually come with other tourist-y stuff to do.
- There are less crowds online.
- You lose the comradery of playing live.
- Better bonuses are available online.
Ultimately it depends on your preferences. If you like the bright lights, crowds and sightseeing, then live blackjack will probably suit you better. However, if you don't, then online would be the way to go. There's nothing wrong with doing both either.
Can I play on my Mac / phone / tablet?
In the case of Macs, most online casinos have a no download (flash) version of their software. So you'll play blackjack from your browser. Some casinos have downloads, too.
For mobile blackjack, it will depend on the casino, but you'll usually download an app to your phone or tablet. It will depend on the casino and the type of device that you have.
Is playing blackjack online legal?
That depends on what country and/or state you live in. There are states in the USA where online gambling is illegal. There are some countries where it's illegal, too. You'll want to check your local laws to make sure it's ok for you before you start playing.
Is playing blackjack online safe?
In general, yes. It's as safe as browsing the internet or buying books from Amazon.com.
However, there are bad sites out there, just as there are bad websites and online stores. The trick to avoiding them is to read reviews and do your due diligence. BlackjackOnline.com is a great place to start. We only recommend sites we play at ourselves. We would never recommend a blackjack casino that would cheat you out of your money.
For more information we recommend you visit our reviews page. If you have more questions you can also visit our Common Blackjack FAQS page.
Playing Blackjack Online: Learn How to Win
If you're here then you're already familiar with blackjack. You know the rules of the game and the best casinos to play at. But perhaps you're not winning at blackjack.
This is the section for you.
Here are the options you have for improving your blackjack skills.
- Basic strategy chart. These are charts that you can print out and use while playing. They tell you when to stand or hit, depending on the exact game you're playing, when the dealer hits, what cards you and the dealer have.
- Books. There are a number of books out there that will teach you different point count systems, betting strategies and how to play with teams.
- Find the best casinos. Finding a casino that has regular promotions, 2-1 blackjack payouts, early surrenders and so on, will increase your chances of winning.
- Learn advanced blackjack strategy. Learn how to count cards, the different count systems there are and how to use them, and how to avoid casino detection. Counting cards isn't illegal, or even cheating, but the casinos don't like (or allow) card counters.
The one thing that we do want to stress is that for the majority of blackjack players, the best you'll be able to do is minimize the house edge. You won't be able to eliminate it altogether. But that's not such a bad thing if you're just looking for a couple hours of entertainment. Knowing how to minimize the house edge will do just that.
And although we don't condone it, we do have a section on cheating, too. This section covers blackjack cheating in general, including the most famous cheaters, how they did it and the consequences of cheating. Then we go into each method in more detail. I want to stress that we didn't cover cheating to teach you how to win unethically, but to be more aware of it, so that maybe you can spot cheaters trying to take advantage of you and the casino. Always remember that there are plenty of ways to win ethically, and if you put in the time and effort, you too can become a player that every casino fears having at their blackjack tables.