While our sister site blackjacktournaments.com shows where you can play blackjack tournaments at land-based casinos, we will list online tournaments here that you can play at from the comfort of your home.
Unfortunately, there aren’t any live dealer blackjack tournaments as of yet but as soon as they become available we’ll be sure to add them here.
|Tournament||Entries||Start Date||End Date||Registration Ends||Entry Fee||Starting Balance||Rebuy Fee||Rebuy Addon||Max. $ of Rebuys||Total Prize Pool|
|Miami Club Blackjack||6168||2018-09-09 02:00:00 PM||2018-09-23 02:00:00 PM||0||100||3||100||UNLIMITED||567.5|
|VIP Black Jack||7||2018-09-16||2018-10-01 09:59:00 AM||25||500||25||1000||1000||2000|
|Blackjack Challenge||N/A||2018-09-09||2018-09-22||13 Days||0||FREE||N/A||N/A||N/A||The Pot|
|Blackjack Challenge||N/A||2018-09-23||2018-10-06||13 Days||0||FREE||N/A||N/A||N/A||The Pot|
Unlike regular blackjack, you are competing against other players instead of just the dealer by seeing who can end up with the largest stack over a given period of time.
Players must buy-in (register) to a tournament which grants a starting virtual amount of chips and as rounds proceed, the player with the lowest amount is eliminated. Most online tournaments also allow you to rebuy for a certain period of time which allows you to reenter the tournament for a fee if you have lost all your chips and been eliminated.
There are also non-elimination style tournaments which is essentially one long round and whoever has the most chips at the end is declared the winner.