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Blackjack Multi-Hand

Blackjack Multi-Hand is a hugely exciting game that gives you the chance to try to beat the dealer with up to seven hands at the same time. The game is played with six decks of cards and offers all of the features you could need, such as the ability to split, surrender, double down and take insurance. It promises hours of fun and the chances of great winnings.



Game Flow

At the start of a round, you need to place chips in the betting areas of the hands that you wish to play. When you are happy with your bets click on deal and each hand position will receive two face up cards and the dealer will receive one face up and one facedown.

The aim of the game is to build a hand that is as close to 21 in value as possible but without going over 21 and going bust. The best possible hand is called Blackjack. It’s comprised of two cards, an Ace and a 10, that make 21. No other hand will beat Blackjack, including those worth 21 but containing more than 2 cards.

You will then play each of your hands one hand at a time and there are three basic options for each hand:

  • Stand – Your hand remains as is and play moves to the next hand or the dealer. You can only stand if your hand is worth at least 11.
  • Hit – You receive another card, if you don’t bust then you may Hit or Stand again.
  • Double – This is only available after receiving your first two cards if your hand is worth 9, 10 or 11. Your bet is doubled, you receive one more card, and then the hand stands. If you have an Ace in your hand and you double, then the Ace will be worth 1 point.

Sometimes one of the following options may be offered:

  • Split - If your first two cards have the same value then they can be Split into two hands. This doubles your bet and you will play the two hands independently. However, you will receive just one more card to each hand.
  • Insurance – If the dealer’s face up card is an Ace, you can place an Insurance bet against the dealer having Blackjack. Insurance costs half of your original bet and pays out if the dealer has Blackjack.
  • Surrender – If the dealer’s first card is not an Ace, then you may surrender your hand before playing it. You will receive half of your bet back. If you have Blackjack and the dealer’s face up card is an Ace, then you can choose to Surrender and receive back twice your bet.

When you have finished playing your hands the dealer will play. The dealer will always draw more cards until the hand is worth at least 17 and will stand on 16.

Bets Explained

There is just one type of bet in Blackjack, the ante bet that you place at the start of a round. The only other possible bet is the insurance side bet

Special Features

A red card is placed in the dealer’s deck after three decks of 52 cards. When the red card is drawn, the decks are shuffled before the start of the next round. The game also has a history view that shows you the dealer’s last five hands.  

Payouts

All winning hands are paid out at 1:1, except for Blackjack, which pays at 3:2. A winning insurance bet pays at 2:1 (there by ensuring that you do not lose money on the hand), while hands that tie with the dealer are returned as a push.