Atlantic City Black Jack is played against the dealer and the game uses eight decks of cards with a standard 52 cards, Jokers excluded. The game is built on a Microgaming platform which delivers excellent graphics to the table. The cards are shuffled before each hand and features an "expert mode" that allows a player to auto play. The outcome of the game is the same as classic Black Jack with a few slight alterations. For example in Atlantic City Black Jack the player is given the option of "Late Surrender" this means that a player can choose not to play out a hand and therefore losing half of the original bet amount. The "Splitting Rules" in Atlantic City Black Jack are straight forward where a player is allowed to split up to 3 times however Aces can only be split once. Should you split a pair of Aces the hand is automatically "Stand" A player can "Double Down" straight away and after a split however it is not allowed if the player has Black Jack. Atlantic City Black Jack is a great online casino game as the house advantage is very low and gives the players greater chances of winning.