Las Vegas Double Deck Blackjack Survey

Double-deck blackjack is the most popular form of the game in Las Vegas locals market. This section covers where to play double-deck blackjack in Las Vegas. We collected the following information in March 2022. The minimum bets shown are what we predict the lowest you will find, often in mornings and afternoons. Expect higher minimums during busy times. 

The game is harder to find on the Strip or in downtown Las Vegas than at locals casinos. When it is available in those areas, the minimum bet can be very high. In some cases, it can take a $500 minimum bet to get a double-deck game on the Las Vegas Strip. In downtown Las Vegas, double-deck games can run from $10 to $50, with a few high limit-tables with a $200 minimum bet also available. 

There are a variety of different rules among Las Vegas double-deck blackjack games. The only thing that these games have in common is that surrender is never available. The rules vary between whether the dealer hits or stands on soft 17, whether players can double down after splitting, are paid 6:5 or 3:2 on blackjack, or whether aces can be re-split. 

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Related: 2022 Las Vegas Blackjack Survey

Best Las Vegas double-deck blackjack game

The best double-deck blackjack game in Las Vegas has a new home. In December 2020, M Resort, which once offered the best double-deck game, removed its stand-on-all-17 double-deck tables in its high-limit room that also allowed re-splitting aces. These tables were converted into ones that hit soft 17. That means there is a new game at the top in this year’s Las Vegas Blackjack Survey.

The new leader for best double-deck blackjack game in Las Vegas is shared between several casinos. The rules at the table include a double-down both before and after splitting, plus the dealer standing on all 17’s. The house edge is around 0.26% for these stand-on-all-17 double-deck blackjack games.

The expected minimum bet varies by casino. During during slower hours, these games may be available for $50 at Treasure Island, $100 at Palms and Park MGM, $200 at Mandalay Bay, $300 at Bellagio and Mirage, and $500 at Aria and MGM Grand.

Other Las Vegas double deck blackjack games

There are a variety of Las Vegas double deck games that hit soft 17. There are several sets of rules that cover these tables, depending on the casino.

The best remaining double-deck blackjack game allows doubling down before and after splitting, and aces can be split more than once. This game is dealt for $15 at Silverton, for $50 at M Resort and Westgate, and for $100 at Palace Station.

Most other Las Vegas double-deck blackjack games allow a double-down before and after splitting, but don’t allow splitting multiple times. The typical minimum bet for these games, available at most slower hours, are listed below by casino.

$5 minimum
  • Cannery
  • Club Fortune
  • Jerry’s Nugget
$10 minimum
  • Aliante
  • Arizona Charlie’s Decatur
  • Boulder Station
  • El Cortez
  • Rampart
  • Sam’s Town
  • Santa Fe Station
  • South Point
  • Suncoast
  • Sunset Station
$15 minimum
  • Gold Coast
  • Green Valley Ranch
  • Orleans
  • Palace Station
  • Palms
  • Red Rock
  • Treasure Island
$25 minimum
  • Downtown Grand
  • M Resort
  • The Strat
  • Tropicana
$50 minimum
  • Golden Gate
  • Golden Nugget
  • Palazzo
  • Venetian
$100 minimum
  • Encore
  • Mohegan Sun
  • New York-New York
  • Wynn
$200 minimum
  • Caesars Palace
  • Circa
  • Resorts World

A few double-deck games permit a double-down before, but not after, splitting. These games are dealt at Boyd Gaming properties in downtown Las Vegas or a Caesars Entertainment property, generally on or near the Strip.

$10 minimum
  • Fremont
  • Main Street Station
$15 minimum
  • California
$50 minimum
  • Planet Hollywood
$100 minimum
  • Cromwell
  • Flamingo
  • Harrah’s
  • Paris
  • Rio

Double-deck blackjack with a 6:5 payout

All other double-deck blackjack games that we found in Las Vegas pay 6:5. In most cases, these casinos also offer a 3:2 version of the game for the same minimum bet or a little more. Cosmopolitan and Plaza are the exceptions, as the only version of double-deck blackjack that we found at both casinos paid 6:5.

$15 minimum
  • Planet Hollywood
$25 minimum
  • Bally’s
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Harrah’s
  • Paris
  • Plaza
  • Rio

Poker Palace $1 double-deck blackjack

Poker Palace in North Las Vegas offers a $2 double-deck blackjack game. However, it pays even money on a blackjack. It also does not permit doubling down after splitting.

Las Vegas double-deck Super Fun 21

There is one blackjack variant that is dealt double-deck in Las Vegas. This is Super Fun 21. This game can be found at Sam’s Town.

Super Fun 21 has some unusual rules. The most important is that blackjack pays even money unless it is suited to diamonds, which then pays 2:1. Blackjack always wins, even on a push. The dealer hits soft 17. The game also offers a double-down before and after splitting, re-splitting aces, surrender at any time including after a double-down, a five-card Charlie on hands of 20 or less, and a six-card Charlie that pays 2:1 on 21.

Las Vegas double-deck blackjack FAQs

Does double-deck blackjack pay 3:2 in Las Vegas?

Most Las Vegas double-deck blackjack tables pay 3:2.

Can I re-split aces at Las Vegas double-deck blackjack? 

Silverton is the only casino that allows re-split aces in a low-limit double-deck blackjack game. The minimum there is $15. M Resort deals the game with a $50 minimum. It has a $100 minimum at Palace Station.

Can I double down after splitting at Las Vegas double-deck blackjack?

In most cases, yes. The exceptions are downtown Las Vegas Boyd Gaming properties and most Caesars Entertainment ones.

What is the minimum bet for 3:2 double-deck blackjack in Las Vegas?

This game starts at a $5 minimum bet.

Last update: July 18, 2022