Blackjack Super Seven


The objective of Black jack Super 7 is to reach a hand of 21 or have a higher hand than the bank, by getting as close as possible to 21 without exceeding it. Black jack Super 7 is simply an additional extra to the original Black jack. The objective is to get sevens of the same colour.

Private-/Multiplayer Tables

Before the game begins you can chose between either Private and Multiplayer Tables. In Black jack Super 7 for multiple players, players can chat to each other during the game. Even if you are not playing yourself, you can watch the other players playing.


Black jack derives from the popular French card game "Vingt-et-un". At around 1850 it was developed into Black jack as it is know today, also known as "17 4" and "21".

As the game is very simple and has many variations it has become one of the most popular games in the casino world.

If your first two cards are an ace and a 10, you have Black jack or a "natural" 21! Black jack beats any hand of 21 when a third or further card has been drawn.

All face cards count as 10. Cards from 2 to 10 have the value printed on the card. An ace counts as either 1 or 11.

Once you have received your first cards there are two possibilities open to you if you do not have "Black jack":

  1. Hit: You get a further card.
  2. Stand: You do not want any further cards.

Please note:

The bank must draw cards until it has reached a value of at least 17. From 17 onwards no further cards may be drawn.

The Black jack with Super Seven game uses six decks of cards, which are shuffled after each round.

Special Rule for Super 7

Super 7 is an additional extra to traditional Black jack. The objective is to get sevens of the same colour.

Win By:
First Card is 7
3 - 1
First Two Cards 7 (different colours)
30 - 1
First Two Cards 7 (same colour)
100 - 1
First Three Cards 7 (different colours)
500 - 1
First Three Cards 7 (same colour)
1500 - 1

Other Rules


If you have a hand with two cards of the same value, you may split your hand. Your first bet will be placed on one hand and a second bet of the same value will be placed on the second hand. If you have two aces, though, you will only receive one further card per hand. If you split aces and your cards then make up 21, this does not count as Black jack, simply as a 21. A split hand cannot be split again.

Doubling down

You can double the first two cards, as long as you do not have a Black jack. If you decide to do this you get only one more card. The first bet must be doubled.


If the bank's faced up card is an ace, you may buy insurance. If you do this you place another bet (half of the first) on the dealer's faced down card being a 10. If this is the case, you get a 2-1 payout on the "Insurance" bet, and the first bet counts as lost, as you have been beaten by the bank's Black jack. If the bank does not have a natural Black jack, the "Insurance" bet is lost, and the hand continues until there is a result.


Win By:
Higher Hand
1 - 1
Black jack
3 - 2
2 - 1

How to play

  1. Set your bet denomination by clicking on the chip in your stack. To reduce your bet, hold down the shift key and click on the left mouse button or use the UNDO button.

  2. Then click on one (or more, up to three) of the areas on the table marked with "bet". For every further click, you increase your bet by the value of your original bet.

  3. Finally you click on the "Deal" button. You will be dealt two cards face up. The dealer also receives two cards, although only the second is faced up.

Depending on the value of the cards you decide on one of the following options:

  • Hit: You receive a further card.
  • Stand: You do not want any further cards.
  • Double: You are sure that you will win with a further card and double your bet.
  • Split: You have two cards of the same value and have the right to split your cards. You must then place a bet of the same value as the original on the second hand. You can receive as many cards as you like for each hand, with one exception: If you split two aces then you only receive one card per ace. Please note that your hand can only be split once, i.e. if your third card is identical to the first two you cannot make a third hand.

All information on the current games is displayed and updated in real-time.

Here is a table of what should be done:

By sticking to this basic strategy you can increase your chances of winning.

Player's Hand
Dealer's Faced Up Card

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 A
  5-6-7-8 H H H H H H H H H H
9 H D D D D H H H H H
10 D D D D D D D D H H
11 D D D D D D D D D H
12 H H S S S H H H H H
13-14 S S S S S H H H H H
15-16 S S S S S H H H H H
17-18-19-20-21 S S S S S S S S S S
  A-2(13), A-3(14) H H H D D H H H H H
A-4(15), A-5(16) H H D D D H H H H H
A-6(17) H D D D D H H H H H
A-7(18) S D D D D S S H H H
A-8(19), A-9(20) S S S S S S S S S S
2 & 2 - 3 & 3 SP SP SP SP SP SP H H H H
4 & 4 H H H SP SP H H H H H
5 & 5 NS D D D D D D D D H H
6 & 6 SP SP SP SP SP H H H H H
10 & 10 NS S S S S S S S S S S

S = Stand
H = Hit
D = Double Down
SP = Split
NS= Never Split

Table Limits

Before each game you can set an option for your preferred highest and lowest bets. Once you have set your highest and lowest bets they will be linked to a table of your choice. The table limits will be shown in the table limit area and can be made visible by moving the mouse over the area.

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