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Vibra Gaming brings back classic Blackjack with additional features in new online table game

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Latin American game and platform developer Vibra Gaming is bringing back a casino classic, Blackjack, with the launch of its newest online-mobile table game. The company said its latest addition, the second instalment of a new series, is "guaranteed to be an instant fan favourite" among LatAm players.

In a press release, the developer said that the game features a "realistic and dynamic interface, focused on the player's point of view." "Vibra Gaming transports you to the heart of the casino, achieving the feeling of sitting at the Blackjack table, in front of the dealer," the company added.

Vibra's latest online-mobile table game offers several features that can earn players "stacks of chips" as they decide whether to stand or draw another card:

  • Choose whether to select the chip value and betting area: players can play on one, two or three fields simultaneously, with the same or different value.
  • Double the current bet button: when selected, the dealer deals an additional card and the player's hand is automatically held.
  • Split button: ideal if the player receives a pair of matching cards and wishes to split the pair into two new hands (the second hand requires an additional bet of the same amount as the first, and each hand is played individually).
  • Insurance option: an optional bet offered to players if the dealer has an Ace in his hand, and equal to half the initial bet. If chosen and the dealer has Blackjack, the insurance bet pays 2:1 and the initial bet is forfeited. If the dealer does not have Blackjack, the insurance bet is lost and the original bet is played.

Ramiro Atucha, CEO at Vibra Gaming, said: "It was a challenge for us to emulate one of casino fans' favourite games in a digital format, but we believe we have succeeded with flying colours. We are very proud of the work we have done and are confident that it will soon become a fan favourite within our gaming portfolio."

The company highlighted that all Vibra Gaming games, including Blackjack, can be played on any desktop and mobile device, as well as on land-based terminals. It also features zoom-in and out views for desktop and a visible paytable option for mobile.

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