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Game Description

RNG First Person Blackjack is one of several Evolution Gaming’s casino games from their First Person series, the other ones being roulette, lightning roulette, and Dream Catcher.

RNG First Person Blackjack

The game is the same as any other blackjack game, with the exception that you get to watch the game from a perspective of a player sitting at the table.

First Person Blackjack is not a live casino game, which means that instead of playing against an actual dealer, you will place your bets against an RNG-based computer.


The graphics of First Person Blackjack are pretty realistic and rendered in HD quality. The table, the chips, and the cards are as lifelike as they can be.

The virtual setting is quite nice, giving off a vibe of a real luxurious casino. There are five seats around the table that allow you to play five hands in each round.

Game Features

  • HD quality
  • Realistic surroundings
  • First-person view
  • Popular side bets included
  • Five playable hands
  • New deck at the beginning of each round
  • Fast-paced gameplay
  • Mobile compatible


The payouts in First Person Blackjack are the same as in the live version of the game. Blackjack wins pay 3 to 2, winning hands pay 1 to 1, and insurance bets have a payout of 2 to 1.

When it comes to side bets, you can get a flush (5 to 1), a straight (10 to 1), three of a kind (30 to 1), straight flush (40 to 1), and suited trips (100 to 1). The perfect pair side bets can either be mixed (6 to 1), coloured (10 to 1), or perfect (25 to 1).

How to Play

Before the beginning of play, you will get a nice hover shot of the entire table. Once the game begins, you will be put in a first-person perspective, looking down at all the available options in front of you. The game is played according to Vegas rules.

Simply click on the chip value and on the designated betting space to start a round. After the hands have been dealt, you can choose to hit, stand, split (if you got a pair), double, or take an insurance bet if the dealer drew an ace.

The dealer must draw to 16 and must stand on 17 or above. There are five seats at the table and no other players, so you can play as much as five hands at the same time.

There is a Repeat button that serves as a shortcut to repeat your previous bet, while you can also click on the Undo button to erase your current bet and start again.

Video Description

You can choose any of the five seats (or all of them) around the table, and the camera will put you in the first-person perspective according to the seat you chose.

There are no multiple angles, and the only way you can see the game is as if you were actually sitting at the table. Therefore, the cards and the chips can be seen in real clarity.

Mobile phone players also have the option of switching between portrait or landscape view.

Native Speaking Dealers

Because this is an RNG game, there will be no live dealers at the table. The computer-generated voice will speak to you in English.

Mobile and Desktop Interface

First Person Blackjack interface is very orderly and straightforward. All the buttons you can interact with are self-explanatory, with symbols written on them.

One interesting detail is that the chip stack displayed on the table represents the amount of money you have left in the balance. In the bottom left corner are your figures, in the top left you can see the betting limits, and top right is where you can turn the sound on and off and find the Help menu. There’s also a Go Live button that sends you directly to Evolution’s live casino lobby.

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