Progressive jackpots for blackjack tend to be few and far between, with even less than their roulette counterparts, but there is the odd one or two knocking around. Historically these jackpots have been linked to the number of cards drawn (ie: 21 or under in 8 cards) or based on the specific cards drawn – such as four suited aces.
This Playtech game contains six different side bets, one of which is the progressive jackpot.
All other side bets have a 10p minimum bet level, whereas the progressive jackpot requires at least £1 staked on it in order to play. You will also need a bet on the base game.
Four suited Aces (dealt to you and the dealer) will bag the main prize, but the bet pays out for various other Ace combinations too, with a single Ace in the initial deal being the lowest payout at 5x.
The base game uses standard rules and all splitting, doubling and insurance works as normal.