The Most Frequently Asked Questions About Blackjack Surrender
You can, but it depends on the game you’re playing. Always check the rules before you start, especially when you play in Blackjack Surrender real money mode.
It’s a game that has different rules to every other variant, thanks to that rather unique ‘surrender’ rule. Check out our Blackjack Surrender guide, above, for more details of what you need to know!
It’s the best part of the game, but it depends only on you as a player. We recommend playing some Blackjack Surrender for free before you play for real money, to make sure you understand exactly how the surrender rule (both early and late) works for you in practice.
Blackjack Surrender has a fantastically low house edge, at under 1%. But, don’t be fooled — the surrender rule takes a lot of practice to get right, so make sure you practice in free play mode first!
It depends on the player and situation. As such, we really recommend you read up on our blackjack strategy page and learn a few potential strategies, then see what works best for you when playing Blackjack Surrender.
It’s absolutely both. You can’t control the way the cards fall, which makes it luck-based, but you can control when you hit, stand, or surrender, which makes it also a skill-based game.
There’s no chance. Because you’re playing against either a human dealer (in live Blackjack Surrender) or against the computer (in online Blackjack Surrender), you won’t have a chance to cheat.
You can and you should! Blackjack Surrender takes a lot of work to get right, so playing it during your travels or any other downtime is an excellent way to get into the swing of it!
There’s a very low house edge in Blackjack Surrender, so it might be a great variant for you to play, but you absolutely have to learn the rules (especially for the two different types of surrender) before you do so!