Why play only one hand of Blackjack at a table when you can play Multi-Hand Blackjack? Enhance your Blackjack experience by playing up to three seats at a time and multiply your chances of winning big! Place all of your favorite bets on each hand: split bets, double-down bets, and insurance bets. A whole new level of play awaits…your table is ready.
How To Bet
Press the chip selector in the lower-right corner to select a chip value.
Press one or more bet squares on the table to place a bet.
The following commands are available during the game:
- DEAL - Press to begin a game. Place the minimum bet in order to play.
- DOUBLE BET - Press to double the current bet.
- REBET - Press after a game to place the previous bet.
- DOUBLE REBET - Press after a game to double the previous bet.
- REBET AND DEAL - Press to place the previous bet and begin a new game with one touch.
- NEW BET - Start a new game, and clear the table.
- CLEAR - Press to remove all bets from the table.
- UNDO - Press to remove the last-placed bet from the table.
How To Play
Multi-Hand Blackjack Overview
In Multi-Hand Blackjack, the goal is to beat the Dealer's hand. Each hand has a value that is determined by combining the values of its cards. All face cards are worth 10, Aces are worth 1 or 11, and all other cards are worth their face value. If the value of a hand exceeds 21, that hand is a "bust" and automatically loses. Aces are worth 11 unless that would cause the hand to bust.
Getting a Blackjack
Two initial cards are dealt to each player (on any bet spot where bets were placed) and the Dealer. The Dealer receives one face-up card and one face-down card. If the two initial cards equal a sum of 21, that hand is a "Blackjack".
The game offers Blackjack insurance when the Dealer's face-up card is an Ace. If the Player accepts the Insurance bet offer, another bet equal to half the main bet is placed before the Dealer's hand is checked for Blackjack.
If the Dealer's face-up card is a 10-value card, the Dealer's face-down card is checked without any Insurance bet offer.
Playing a Hand
If neither the Player nor the Dealer have Blackjack, attempt to improve the outcome by playing out the hand. Depending on the cards that were dealt, choose from the following commands:
- HIT - Press to draw another card for this hand. Choose to continue drawing cards until the hand value becomes 21 or more. Or, choose to stand and receive no more cards. If the hand value becomes 21, the hand automatically stands. If the hand busts, all bets placed on that hand are forfeited.
- STAND - Press to take no more cards for this hand.
- SPLIT - This command is available if the first two cards in the hand are the same value. Press to split the cards into two separate hands and place an additional bet equal to the main bet. Split Aces receive only one card per split hand. Players may split again once per split hand, except for split Aces.
- DOUBLE DOWN - This command is available for the first two cards of any hand. Press to double the main bet and draw exactly one more card. Double Down on the first two cards of a split hand, except for split Aces.
When play is finished on all hands, the Dealer reveals the face-down card and draws until the value of the hand is 17 or higher. If the Dealer's hand value exceeds 21, the Dealer busts and all non-busted hands win. Otherwise, the Dealer's hand is compared to each non-busted hand. When comparing hands, only the highest values that are less than 21 are used for each hand. All winning hands pay 1 to 1. In the case of a tie, the bet for that hand "pushes" and is returned.
Speed - Turbo
- ON - Turbo speed skips certain animations.
- OFF - Normal speed plays all animations.
- OFF - Sound in the game turns off.
- ON - Sound in the game turns on.
- ON - Offers the Insurance bet whenever the Dealer's face-up card is an Ace.
- OFF - Insurance bet is never offered.
Safety Net - Enable/Disable (on/off) the safety net that displays a warning at an attempt to hit on a soft 20 or on a hard 17 and above.
- Dealer must draw on 16.
- Dealer must stand on all 17's. This includes soft values where an Ace is worth 11.
- Player may draw a maximum of eight cards for any hand. An eight-card Player hand automatically wins, regardless of the Dealer's subsequent hand outcome.
- Cards are dealt from eight decks of standard playing cards, shuffled for each game.
- Malfunction voids all pays and plays.
In addition to the features described in the How To Bet section, the Controls Bar on the bottom of the game screen displays the current balance in the chosen currency, the amount paid if a win occurs, and the amount bet on the last/current proposition.
In the event of disconnection, a previously dealt hand that has been interrupted before the draw may be resumed immediately by starting the game again.
The results of a completed game (where display of the visual result was interrupted) will not be re-displayed within the game but may be reviewed in My History.
Any amount wagered on an unfinished game will remain paused until you either complete the game or the game is void as a result of account inactivity or system maintenance. When an unfinished game is void, your bet will be refunded to your account. Any awards earned on an unfinished hand will not be credited unless you resume and complete the game.
The result of a completed game may be viewed in My History immediately after closing the game window. Results of unfinished games are not displayed in My History.
In accordance with fair gaming practices required in most legal jurisdictions worldwide, each and every game outcome is completely independent. The odds of getting any particular outcome are always the same.
The odds do not vary based on prior outcomes, bet size, balance size, time of day, day of week, etc. For example, if the top award is won on a given spin of the game, the chances of winning the top award on the next spin are exactly the same. Likewise, prior losses do not change future odds.
The expected payback reflects the theoretical return across a very large number of plays by numerous players over an extended period of time. For this game type, the long-term theoretically expected payback is 99.6%. The results for any given player over a play session can vary widely from this long-term, expected average in either direction. The fewer the number of games played, the wider the normal variance of actual payback that may be experienced.
The expected payback value is also based upon correct player choices for any game that involves main game and/or bonus game play strategy.
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