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Enjoy thrilling moments with our three-hand and six-decks blackjack table game that express the nature of a typical blackjack game experience, and make it available to the player as possible. We bring you the beauty and simplicity of the blackjack game. Deciding whether you want to stand or hit is what is needed to get started.
Graphics and Sound
At NetEnt we always want to create the perfect environment for gaming so what better way to do that then by adding a jazz accompaniment to the game. We’ve also made sure that, while the game is simple in design, it’s still clear and sharp keeping a classic feel to the setup.
To place your bet, simply click on the chip at the lower center of the game table and drop it on the circle immediately above the chip. The chips have different values and you can use the arrows by the side of the chips to change your selection. You can decide to bet on a maximum of three hands simultaneously in a round. When you're satisfied with your bet, click on the deal icon. The minimum and maximum bet allowed are CAD 1 and CAD 500, respectively.
The gameplay of Blackjack is quite simple. This game has the same ultimate goal as traditional blackjack – create a hand that is equal to or less than 21 but does not score less than the dealer's hand. The play is carried out against a programmed dealer. The player is dealt two cards face up while two cards are dealt to the dealer with only the first being dealt face up. You can choose to play 1, 2 or 3 hands.
You have four different decisions to make once the cards have been dealt. These decisions include Hit, Double, Split or Stand. These decisions hold the same meaning as the traditional blackjack games in bricks and mortar casinos. The game round is finished when the dealer exhausts its hand. The good thing is that the dealer must stand at 17 or higher and is only allowed to draw cards up to 16. However, when your hand is at 21, it automatically stands.
If you are dealt one card with a value of 10 (such as a King, Queen, Jack or number 10 card) together with an Ace, you will score a total of 21 points with just the first 2 cards you have been dealt. This is called a natural Blackjack and is a winning hand that will pay out at the rate of 3:2. Scoring a total of 21 with more than two cards will also see you win against the dealer. Scoring over 21 sees you go bust!
If your first two cards have the same face value, you are allowed to split that hand into 2 separate hands. However, splitting is only allowed once per hand. Play continues with a bet being placed on each one of those two hands. After you've been dealt your first two cards, you can decide whether to double down – that is double your initial bet. After doubling, you're dealt an extra card and then your hand automatically stands. However, you can't double down after splitting two Aces.
We don’t have any bonuses to offer you in this Blackjack game, but we have given it an RTP of 99.59%. This is incredibly high and means that you’re more likely to get some high payouts as you play. Of course, it’s theoretical so don’t base all your gameplay strategies on this outcome being a given!
There are no Free Spins available on Blackjack.
Our Blackjack games are well known for their excellent features, ease of use and clear graphics. It’s easy to understand and get to grips with so even a brand new player will be able to get playing almost instantly. It helps to know all the rules before jumping in though, so make sure you check out the helpful info we provide on the game itself.