This multi-hand version of the game is an amped up version of the original! Powered by Play'nGO, you’ll be able to play multiple hands against the dealer at a time and that same real, live casino feel will still be there. You can identify this version of the game by its maroon table as opposed to the green.
How To Play Blackjack:
The rules of the game are fairly simple. The maximum bet is 100, while the minimum is 1. The following is a set of necessities to know before playing: the game is played with six decks, the dealer stands on all 17s, players may choose to double on a minimum of 2 cards, a split can occur only once, no double can occur after a split, a hand totaling 21 after splitting is considered 21, not Blackjack and receiving a Blackjack will pay 3:2.
Players may also opt to take insurance against the dealer. In this case, a box will pop up with a prompt that says, ‘The dealer is showing an Ace. Do you want to take insurance against the dealer having a Blackjack? The insurance bet is half your initial bet’. You will be given the option to click ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to this prompt.
Blackjack Multi-hand Features Explained:
Other features of this multi-hand version of the game include the fact that there is no surrender, a re-shuffle will take place after each hand and the dealer peeks, U.S. style. Up to three hands may be played at a time against the dealer. When a player bets 100, players will have access to a total possible stake of 300 per game round. A different amount can also be wagered on each hand.
To view the rules of the game, hover over the Table Limits card or click the question mark ‘?’. Whether you are a newbie or seasoned player, you will have no trouble playing this version of Blackjack.