BetVictor (formerly Victor Chandler) have made a few changes at their BV Grand live casino in the lead up to Christmas. Quite significant ones too.
First is a name change. BV Grand used to be VC Grand…a small name tweak to fall into line with the broader company re-brand from Victor Chandler to BetVictor. This is still their Evolution Gaming powered live casino, which sits beside their second live casino option – the HoGaming powered Victor’s Palace.
Much bigger limits
Open up BV Grand and the changes become pretty apparent. First, in the lobby you’re presented with many more blackjack tables than were available previously, and there are a couple that stand out among the green (standard) and red (VIP) general floor tables. They are the BetVictor private room table, and Platinum VIP blackjack (pictured top).
A Platinum VIP table with limits to $25,000 per seat has been added – now the highest live blackjack limits you’ll find online and a big jump from the old $5,000 top bet.
Baccarat limits ($2 to $25,000 on the VIP table) and roulette limits ($50,000 table maximum, $3,000 straight up maximum) have also increased substantially, and while not the highest online (see William Hill for baccarat, Unibet for roulette), they’re certainly right up there.
If you’re not a high roller, don’t worry, lows are still pretty low. For example you can still bet $2 a spin on the same live roulette table with a $50,000 table limit.
Private live dealer room
Clearly not the biggest dedicated live dealer room inside Evolution’s premises, but a private room nonetheless. Players at BetVictor can now play tables reserved for BetVictor players only.
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