Live Macau VIP Blackjack is a good choice for gamers looking for a dynamic and interactive way to play and win casino games live. Like in any standard blackjack game, the player should focus on beating the casino live dealer. Here are the steps.
Register with the Casino Live Table Games Platform
The process begins by registering with William Hill casino and entering their Macau-themed platform.
Take a Seat Multi-Player Table
Look for the "Seat Here" sign on the seven-seat table and click on it. If the player changes their mind, they can quickly leave the table by clicking the "X" sign next to their occupied seat.
Failure to place a wager may result in a seat loss, whereby the player is forced to wait until the next session or until any of the occupants leave their seat vacant.
After placing a primary bet, Live Macau VIP Blackjack players can place additional two bets, Perfect pairs and 21+3. They can choose to expose the other stakes alongside their primary ones or hide them.
Dealing of Cards
The dealer then deals a card to each player on the table, starting from the person on the left hand, and deals one card to themselves. Then, the process repeats till every player has two cards at hand.
Decide the Next Step
After receiving two cards, a player decides whether to hit (request for additional cards), stand (wait for the dealer to reveal cards), or double down (match initial bet).
Is it a Win or Loss?
Winning or losing a Live Macau VIP Blackjack game depends on the sum of cards in a player's hand versus those on a dealer's hand.
The player wins if their cards' sum is close to but not more than 21. If they're past 21, then it's a bust and player losses. If it's close to 21 but more than the dealer's hand, the player wins. If it's close to 21 but lower than the dealer's hand, it's a loss to the player.
A few Rules to Keep in Mind
Cards labeled 2 through 9 carry their face value, meaning a card labeled four counts as four, and five counts as five. But, cards marked J, K, and Q have a sum of 10. Ace can either be 1 or 11, depending on which number benefits the hand most. For example, Ace will count as 11 if it pairs with a card marked 4, while it will be one if it pairs with Q and 6.
Whether a player hits or stands depends on the sum of cards at hand. The goal is to move close to 21 as much as possible, but not above the number. Thus, it's easier to hit with a hand containing at most 15 than for one with 17 or 18.