Everyone Gets 15 Free Blackjack Bets at Intertops Poker & Juicy Stakes Casino

This week, Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes Casino are giving Blackjack players 15 free Blackjack bets. August 26 to 31, all active players can take 15 bets for free and win up to $250.

 

"We usually make our Blackjack bonuses more of a contest," said Intertops Poker's casino manager. "It doesn’t get any easier than this time, though.  All you have to do is bet! The bet’s on the house, and you keep what you win.”

 

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Each free bet is for $2. Players can place up to 5 bets at once and keep whatever they win, up to $250. They’ll have five days to play through their bonus (wagering requirement 15X).

 

Blackjack is found under the Lucktap tab in the Casino Games section of the sites.  There are four versions of Blackjack available: regular Blackjack, Face Up 21, Double Draw Blackjack and Perfect Pair Blackjack.  In Double Draw Blackjack there is an optional re-draw on hand 15, 16 and 17. Perfect Pairs Blackjack pays 5:1 for a natural pair, 10:1 for a same-colored pair and 30:1 for a perfect pair (both cards the same suit). In Face Up 21, both of the dealer’s original hand cards are dealt face up.

 

Intertops Poker and Juicy Stakes Casino host busy poker rooms and also offer a huge selection of slots and table games from Betsoft, Worldmatch and Lucktap.  Both have monthly slots tournaments and free spins giveaways and also offer a variety of Blackjack bonuses each month.

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Larry Colcy

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