Gentlemen, play your game! In the Livecam Casino there are fat percentages to be won today. The rules are very simple: you draw cards as long as you want and the closer you get to the magic 21, the higher your bonus - but be careful if you overdraw yourself, the profit is lost. Are you a real gambler - and do you grab your mega bonus? Choose your starting hand.
And a 6!
King, 3 and 6! A total of 19 points, that's really a strong hand - and the risk of putting yourself over the top is damn high! If you bag your winnings now, these are fat 50% bonus coins! Or do you want to risk it?
And another 8
Together with the 8 we have now reached 17 points. Only Ace, 2, 3 or 4 will get you there. Everything else is too much. This is really a tough nut to crack. We offer you 40% bonus coins if you do the sack now - or you risk drawing another card.
A solid start
Something can come of it. King and three are 13 points, so everything is still good up to 8, but a risk remains. If you get out now, it's worth 20% extra coins. Or you draw another card.
You need staying power here
Add up nine points, so it doesn't matter which card you draw next, the game continues. However, if you want to be withdrawn for any reason, we offer 5% bonus coins.
Oh la la!
WOW! Two hot ladies who invite you to a threesome! Such an offer should not be refused - and it is worth 50% bonus coins to us. Or do you really want to risk it and get another card? You only make a trick with an ace - otherwise you run the risk of going empty-handed.
Oh, that's optimal, a 2!
With the 2 you get exactly 11 points, which means that the next card is a safe bank again. And since there are a total of four different cards that are worth 10 points, you have a good chance of winning the main prize. We don't know why you should do it, but if you want to get out, it's worth 11% bonus coins for us.
Today you can get a great bonus at the Livecam Black Jack. Collect 21 points with cards or get cashed out. But be careful, if you collect too many points, you risk missing out. Face cards count 10 points, the ace counts as 11 or 1, all number cards count as many points as the value printed on them.
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