Run a Blackjack Casino Using Ace Per Head

If you are running a successful sportsbook or you want to run a thriving sportsbook, you should add a Blackjack Casino to your offerings. It’s not that difficult to do so, and Ace Per Head can help.

Ace Per Head has been in the in online bookmaking business since the late 1990s. The company continues to receive awards for customer service – ranked No. 1 in the industry the last four years running – and has helped bookies of all sizes take their businesses to another level.

If your pay per head doesn’t offer Blackjack Casino, you need to jump ship and partner with Ace Per Head. Adding this feature adds another dimension to your sportsbook as well as a solid revenue source. Here’s what Ace Per Head can help you do in terms of Blackjack Casino.

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Blackjack Variants

Players can play the conventional game of blackjack as well as three variants:

Double Exposure

Spanish Blackjack

Switch Blackjack

In Double Exposure, players can wager a minimum of $1 and a maximum of $50. Both dealer cards are exposed as the name of the game suggests. This gives players some significant information when playing. As a result, the payout on a natural blackjack is lower than in conventional blackjack.

Spanish Blackjack is another variant of the traditional game but uses a 48-card deck. There are no 10s in a Spanish deck. Bettors can bet a minimum of $1 and max of $50 in Spanish Blackjack. The game is similar to conventional blackjack and a player’s 21 always pays out.

Blackjack Switch is another exciting variant of the game that involves multiple decks and multiple hands dealt to one player. Instead of just one hand, players are dealt two hands and they may switch the top cards between hands. Natural blackjacks pay out even money instead of the standard 3:2 in Blackjack Switch.

When playing Blackjack Switch using Ace Per Head’s PPH bookie software, players are permitted minimum bets of $1 and maximum bets of $50.

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Starting a Blackjack Casino

What is the number one casino game in the world? If you said blackjack, you are correct. Knowing that, why would an independent bookie not add a potential cash cow to his offerings?

It’s not as difficult as you might think, especially when you partner with the professionals at Ace Per Head. Included in your per head fee is the virtual casino that features more than 40 games. Bookies can set up maximum daily wins and losses to offset any hot streaks.

Your players then have access to traditional blackjack games where there are some higher maximum bets. The six-deck version of the game offers a max bet of $100. There is a single deck game with a maximum bet of $100 and two single-hand games – one has a minimum of $5 and a max of $200 and the other has a minimum of $1 and a max of $50.

What you end up with another area where your players can go and have a great online betting experience. Meanwhile, you let Ace Per Head handle the behind-the-scenes action and you add to your bottom line.

About the Author

A native of Western Pennsylvania, Rick, a Generation X-er, who now lives just north of the Motor City, Detroit, Michigan. A former high school, college, and professional football player, Rick now spends his time as a high school coach and as a personal quarterback trainer. An all-state high school quarterback, he went on to become an Academic All-American at Division II Indiana University of PA. He later coached at his alma mater helping lead the program to the 1990 NCAA Division II national championship game. Rick has also served as a high school head coach and as an assistant in Pennsylvania, New York, and Michigan.

His passion for sports writing started when he was the sports editor for his high school newspaper and continued when he worked as a sportswriter for the Jamestown (New York) Post-Journal in the early 1990s. A true sports fanatic, Rick enjoys all things Pittsburgh: Steelers, Pirates, and Penguins. The Immaculate Reception, the 1979 We Are Family Pirates, and the ’91-’92 Penguins are among his favorites. After working as an educator and athletic director for several years, he again took up sports writing and has contributed to several websites and publications, including Coach & Player magazine, X & O Labs, American Football Monthly, and many others.

When not consumed with coaching, watching, thinking about, or writing about football and other seasonal sports, he finds himself working out like he was still in college and reading everything from military history to Brad Thor novels. Rick has also been chasing rock god stardom as a drummer who has played with bands that have opened for the likes of Fuel, Days of the New, and Alien Ant Farm. He continues to play with his church worship group. Most importantly, Rick is married to the love of his life, Lisa, and has two beautiful daughters.