BlackJack for the People from vsJack
Main features of vsJack
- No house - You play as the dealer
- Player vs player Blackjack
- Blackjack Tournaments
- Recurrent Tournament Leaderboards
- Non-monetary Achievements
- Full screen gameplay
- Fancy 3D-animations and sound
vsJack is a Player-vs-player game. You take turn as playing as the dealer. There is no house in vsJack, only you playing against other players. Below you will find videos about how the game works and how you play vsJack. Make sure you also read our Blackjack articles on how to play better Blackjack in general and vsJack in particular.
How to play vsJack
vsJack is a new form of blackjack, made for the internet. You already know the basics, now play blackjack the way it was meant to be played. Free from all the "casino rules".
Play as Dealer
This is a simple tutorial on how to play as dealer at vsJack.com, the only site on the Internet where you can play blackjack against other players, instead of against the house.
One of the hardest places to decide whether to hit or stand at vsJack (http://www.vsjack.com) is when you are the first to act. This is a quick tutorial on what to think about when it's your turn.
Multi-table at vsJack
Learn how to play multiple tables at http://www.vsJack.com, the only site on the Internet where you can play blackjack against other players, instead of against the house.
Achievements on vsJack
All about achievements at http://www.vsJack.com, the only site on the Internet where you can play blackjack against other players, instead of against the house.
Tournaments on vsJack
Learn how to play tournaments. On vsJack you can play sit and go tournaments. Learn all you need to know about how tournament works on vsJack.
Join a Tournament
This is a quick tutorial on how to join a blackjack tournament at http://www.vsjack.com. At vsJack.com you can blackjack against other players. There is no casino, and when you are dealer you play by your rules.
- Take turns boys – After every hand in vsJack the table rotated and you move to the left. So players take turns in the dealer position where they play against all other players at the table.
- No dealer rules – A dealer can stand on anything and hit on anything (as long as they are not losing all hands)
- Push/Push- If a player busts and the dealer busts, its a push
- Your neighbor’s play matters- Because the dealer can play however they want its good to watch what the other players have and how they play
- All in dealer – When a dealer is all in they can still win all bets, even ones they cannot cover. In this case the dealer will collect bets they win first and then pay out to cover themselves. If they cannot cover their losses they will pay out from left to right until they are broke. Any remaining players will not be paid or paid less then their bet.
- All in player- If a player is all in they will not be able to double or split. If they have chips left they can double or split for less.