The Great Clubhouse Set to Land at Swanky Bingo for Short Time Only


Get ready for some exciting gameplay at Swanky Bingo, as the bingo site prepares to launch the Great Clubhouse. Running from the 18th to 24th March, the Great Clubhouse is a live dealer experience where players can try their luck with live roulette and live blackjack. For a short-time only, play blackjack in a live casino atmosphere and get a chance to win more cash with the blackjack special!

How Does the Promo Work?

Play side job Blackjack in the Clubhouse, that's the first step. There are two special cards hidden in each shoe - gold, silver or bronze. If you receive a special card, the sum of your secondary bet will be multiplied once or more, depending on the card. If you receive a gold, silver or bronze card, you will receive up to £150 in cash daily. If you also get all three cards at the end of a game night, there is an additional cash prize of £50!

But, how do you get a side job? In Clubhouse Blackjack, click on the question mark in the top right then in the menu on side missions - it's as simple as that. The promo runs on the days stated from 6pm to midnight and the multipliers available are; bronze x1, silver x2 and gold x3.

How to Play Blackjack:

Many believe that the main objective in blackjack, is to get as close to 21 without going over - WRONG! The aim of the game is to beat the dealer! The statement is true to some degree; you must not bust (go over 21), must outscore the dealer and get the dealer to bust.

The rules of the game are simple;


  • Blackjack is played with one to eight decks of 52-card decks.

  • Aces can be counted as either 1 or 11 points. Cards 2 to 9 are face value whilst 10's and face cards count as 10 points.

  • The value of your hand is the total points, so if you have an ace (11) and a jack (10); that's 21!

  • After bets have been placed on the table, the dealer will provide you with two cards and themselves with two cards; one of which is face-up. If the showing card of the dealer is an ace, an insurance side bet will be offered; this pays 2:1 is the other dealer card is any 10-point card. You don't need to take the side bet.

  • Should the dealers face-up card be an ace or a ten, they will peek at the remaining card and turn it over instantly should he have a blackjack. If a blackjack is scored, all bets are lost except insurance. If the player also has a blackjack, it's known as a push. All bets will be settled at this stage.


It's not the most complicated of games to play and can be really rather fun. Will you be giving this promotion a shot? Let me know below!

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Members Comments

  • United Kingdom JaniceJ

    16/3/19

    I love roulette, so being able to play live is great! May even give blackjack a try for the first time.

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