Most of the Infinite Blackjack rules resemble Blackjack rules. Some of these rules stipulate that the dealer has to hit 17 (including soft 17s), the Blackjack's payout is 3:2, and the number of side bets is four.
To spice up the game, Infinite Blackjack employs the Six Card Charlie rule. In this rule, a player wins whenever they hit a six-card hand without going over 21. The dealer still loses even if he/she lands a Blackjack.
Sides bets in Infinite Blackjack tend to be lucrative. Here's a description of what players can expect from these side bets.
Any Pair Side Bet
This bet predicts whether the first two cards awarded to a player will be a pair. The standard payout for this wager is 8:1. However, there is a mouthwatering payout of 25:1 whenever a punter lands a suited pair.
Hot 3 Side Bet
This wager incorporates the dealer's up-card in a player's Blackjack hand. If the player's first two cards plus the dealer's card makes 19, 20, and 21, the player wins the bet. The payout for 19 is 1:1, while 20 gets 2:1. If a player lands a 21 with triple 7s, the win is a massive 100:1.
21+3 Side Bet
In this bet, players have to make poker hands using their first two cards and the dealer's first card. The best payout (100:1) occurs when a punter lands a suited trip's hand.
Bust It Side Bet
This bet is a prediction that the dealer will go bust. The payouts are dependent on the number of cards the dealer has at the time of busting.