vsjack.com has teamed up with HighstakesDB to offer all our visitors a free, no deposit necessary, €20 with which to try out their "Player vs Player" online blackjack card room. The offer will only last until the last week of September so you need to hurry to claim your free money.
By following this link and create an account you will receive your €20 free waiting for you to get playing! The website will state €5 free, but if you got to the website via the links in this article there will be a full €20 credited after you've registered your account.
How does Player vs Player Blackjack work?
Rather than playing against the house, as you would in a regular online blackjack room you are playing against your fellow online players. The rules are identical to regular blackjack except that instead of playing against the house, each player at the table takes turns in being the dealer. The same premise applies however; If you're closer to 21 (but not over 21) than the dealer at the end of the hand, you win, if the dealer is closer to 21 (but not over 21) you lose.
There are no set rules the dealer has to follow, unlike in the usual casino blackjack. For example, rather than having to stand at 17 or above (as is the case with a house dealer) the player dealer can choose when he/she stands or hits. This makes for quite a tactical game and certainly affects how players at the table consider the relative strength of their hands, unlike in regular blackjack where the standard stand/hit patterns are well established.
Example hand: If one player has bust, one has held on 15 and another has 20 and the dealer turns 16 he/she can stand, thus winning against two out of the three hands. Also, when a player busts they do not necessarily lose their money. In regular blackjack, as soon as a player busts then their money is taken by the dealer. In vsjack.com's game the dealer has to make sure he/she doesn't bust as if they do then not only do they pay out the players still in the hand, the other busted players get to keep their stake as the hand is declared a "push", much as it would if both player and dealer had held on the same hand.
vsjack.com also offer a relatively "safe" environment in which to play a popular casino game. For example, if you choose to play at the $1 tables then this is the maximum amount you are able to bet on a hand (aside from the usual blackjack exceptions such as "doubling down" or splitting paired cards) so tilting is far less likely and you can enjoy the game for real money without risking a fortune.
The site also offers a tutorial on how to play the game as well as a forum for players to discuss strategy, exchange ideas and learn how to earn from playing blackjack.
Why not give it a try today? With a no risk €20 waiting for you there's literally nothing to lose. All winnings including the free money can be withdrawn once 2,000,000 player points have been accrued (a lot quicker than it sounds).
* Some countries are excluded from receiving the free money offer, see terms & conditions for the full list.
* The free money will be credited after a qualified player's e-mail address has been verified.
* Only one offer per person, IP and e-mail address.