The bet sizes in this game range from £1 to £1,000.
You can choose to play with more than one hand in this game.
Before the game begins, activate however many hands you want to play with.
To edit your stake for each hand, highlight the corresponding hand in yellow and add chips.
You can take away your last chip by clicking the button marked 'Undo'.
To take away all the chips placed, click the button marked 'Clear'.
Rules of the Game
Multi-Hand Blackjack is just like a regular game of blackjack, except for the number of hands available.
You therefore have three chances to beat the dealer in the race to 21!
At the beginning of the game, each hand will receive two cards.
You will be able to view the values of the cards in your hand(s).
The dealer's hand will also receive two cards, although you will only be able to see the value of one.
If the dealer's first card is a 10, then they will take a peek at their second hand to see if they have blackjack.
If a hand includes an Ace and a 10, Jack, Queen or King, then you have blackjack!
If the dealer has blackjack too, then a 'push' will be declared.
Clicking 'Hit' will add extra cards to a hand.
'Stand' will keep the hand as it currently is.
Forming a hand that equals more than 21 will cause you to go bust - losing you the game.
The dealer has to keep clicking 'Hit' on a hand that equals less than 17.
Return To Player
Return to Player (RTP): 99.56%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £99.56.
This return is based on the best player strategy with continuous reshuffling.