The Most Frequently Asked Questions About Perfect Blackjack
It’s a side bet to an existing game of blackjack, where you can place up to 5 side bets! It’s a little complicated and takes some practice, but once you get started, we think you’ll love it!
It’s a little complicated. We recommend you start off by checking out the rules we’ve outlined above and then playing Perfect Blackjack for practice in free play mode!
100%. It takes a little getting used to, but it’s a fantastically rewarding game, both literally and figuratively. We think you won’t have ever seen something quite like it.
This is a tricky one, and it depends on whether 2, 4, or 5 decks are used in the game you’re playing. The house edge can vary between 0.35% – 0.44%, which is still pretty low (one of the lowest house edges we’ve seen in any blackjack game, in fact!).
That depends on many things. You should first start off by checking out our blackjack strategy page and seeing strategies that could work for you, before practicing them in free play mode.
It’s both and neither. Since you have to make a lot of decisions about when to play and how, it’s a game of skill. Since you have no idea about the cards you’ll get it’s also a luck-based game.
Not in any way, shape, or form. There are so many parts, not to mention a computer-generated dealer (for online blackjack) and a human dealer (in live blackjack) that you won’t be able to count cards or cheat in any other way.
You can! As long as the blackjack game you’re playing offers it you can play Perfect Blackjack as much as you want from your mobile device (on the go!).
It’s more of a side bet than a variant, and we think it’s definitely one of the more tricky games to learn. But we also think it’s very rewarding, both in terms of challenge and wins!