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Lucky11 | How To Play Infinite Blackjack? - Evolution Gaming

Lucky11 | Infinite Blackjack
Lucky11 | Infinite Blackjack

One of today's most popular verticals is live dealer blackjack, in which actual, professional dealers present authentic games from real tables with physical cards. The only difference between live dealer games and land-based table games is that the players are not seated at the tables. Thanks to the benefits of quick video/audio online streaming technology, they can engage in real-time from a desktop, laptop, smartphone, or tablet. This technology is responsible for Live Infinite Blackjack, a studio broadcast variant of 21 available solely from Evolution Gaming (i.e. only live casinos that employ the Evolution platform offer it). The fact that there is no limit to the number of participants at the table is what makes this game so unique. As a result, the game may accommodate an "infinite" number of players. Try your shot now on Lucky11.

How to Play Live Infinite Blackjack?

Apart from being a live casino game, there isn't much that distinguishes Infinite Blackjack from a standard game of 21. The rules are nearly the same, except that this version includes the 6-Card Charlie. According to this regulation, each player's hand of six cards totaling 21 or less is an automatic winner, paying one to one.

By requiring all players to engage in the same hand, Evolution can accommodate an infinite number of players at its Infinite Blackjack tables. Everyone starts with the identical two cards. It is up to them what they do with the cards. Everyone makes their own decisions about whether to stand, hit, double, split, or take insurance.

When a person stands, their total is held regardless of whether other players continue to take cards. The dealer's hand is played after all players have finished. With an Ace showing, the dealer will peek for blackjack, but not with a 10. In these instances, avoid double or splitting because you will lose your whole bet if the dealer has blackjack.

It's also worth noting that the possibility for other players to accept cards after you've stood has an impact on the dealer's future cards. This is one component that gamers must accept. It's no different than playing at a walk-in casino, where the next player can make a rash decision, squandering a card that could have busted the dealer.

With that said, here are the Live Infinite Blackjack player/dealer rules. The house edge is claimed to be 0.49 percent (RTP 99.51 percent) by Evolution, however, my rule-by-rule computations, including the uncommon 6-Card Charlie, place the actual house edge at 0.45 percent (RTP 99.55 percent ). I'm not the only one who has reached this conclusion, but you are free to believe anyone you want.

Specific Ground Rules
  • Decks: 8

  • Soft 17: Dealer Stands

  • Doubling: Yes, on any 2 cards

  • Splitting: Yes, 1x only

  • Double after Split: No

  • Resplit Aces: No

  • Draw to Split Aces: No

  • Surrender: No

  • 6-Card Charlie: a 6-card total of 21 or less wins 1 to 1

  • Dealer Checks for Blackjack: Yes, only on Ace, not 10

  • Blackjack Pays: 3 to 2

Side Bets on Infinite 21

While playing the base game, players can place up to four side bets. They are all entirely optional. You can choose to put none, one, two, three, or all four. The outcomes of each are independent of the outcome of the base game, which means you can win a side bet but lose in the base game, or vice versa. Here's how it works...

Side Bet 21+3

This is a straightforward wager on the aggregate rank of the first three cards dealt — the first two cards in the player's hand and the first card in the dealer's hand. Hand ranks are rated in the same way as in Three Card Poker, with payouts based on the chart below.

​Player’s 2 Cards + Dealer’s Up-Card


​3 of a Kind, Same Suits

100 to 1

​Straight Flush

40 to 1

​3 of a Kind

30 to 1


10 to 1


5 to 1

House Edge = 3.70%

Any Side Bet on a Pair

Any Pair, also known as the Pair Square side bet, is a bet that the player's first two cards will be a pair. Any pair pays 8 to 1, while suited pairs pay 25 to 1.

Player’s 2 Cards are Paired


​Pair, Suited

25 to 1

Pair, Unsuited

8 to 1

House Edge = 4.10%

Side Bet Fail

This is a simple side bet on the dealer busting. The bet is lost if the dealer does not bust. If the dealer does go bust, the payoff is multiplied by the number of cards it took to go bust.

​Dealer Busts with…


​8 or more cards

250 to 1

​7 cards

​100 to 1

6 cards

50 to 1

​5 cards

9 to 1

​4 cards

2 to 1

​3 cards

​1 to 1

House Edge = 4.10%

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