Blackjack Multi Hand VIP

Game Rules (1.0 - 11/08/2020)

1. Overview

You play our Blackjack game against a dealer. The dealer has eight decks of cards, all mixed together. The purpose of Blackjack is to have a hand as close as possible to 21 by adding the values of all the cards received on that hand, without exceeding the amount of 21.

Note: The values of the chips are expressed in your currency. For example, if your currency is EURO, the value of the 1 chip means 1 EURO.

Blackjack type

Blackjack Multi Hand

Hands

3

Decks

8 (52 cards each)

Shuffle

after each round

Splitting options

one split allowed (maximum two split-hands per hand)

Insurance

Yes

Even Money

Yes

Surrender

Yes

Dealer Checks for Blackjack

When the Dealer's face up card value is a ten-value card or an Ace, the dealer does not check for Blackjack

RTP

99.59%

The game disconnects if you do not take any actions for a specific number of consecutive minutes (this number varies depending on jurisdiction); the session recovery feature will save the game progress so that the next time the game is loaded, you can continue where you left off.

In the event of technical difficulties resulting a dropped connection to the game server, the game you were playing is saved automatically and will load the next time you establish a connection to the game server. You will not be able to reconnect to the game server for the first 30 seconds after the disconnection.

Note: In case of malfunction all pays and play are voided; any bet that was not yet accepted will be voided, any bet that was unsettled will be refunded.

2. How to play

Note: On the info bar located on the bottom of the game screen, you can view the current BALANCE, your BET and your current WIN, in your currency. The current betting limits are displayed on the upper left side of the table (MIN, MAX).

The cards you receive are displayed on the lower side of the table and the dealer’s cards are displayed on the upper side of the table.

You can play up to three different hands against the dealer's hand. The dealer must draw on 16 and stand on 17 or higher. If you have busted all possible hands, the dealer is not required to draw additional cards. The following information applies for all of the three possible hands per game.

Notes:

To play, follow these steps:

Step 1: To start the game you must first place a bet (the Ante). To place an Ante bet, click/tap on a chip stack to select a desired value and then click/tap on one of the Ante bet areas to place the chip on the table. Each click/tap places one chip. You can place as many chips as you want on a bet, but keep in mind that the bet value on a hand cannot exceed the maximum table limits and has to be covered by your balance.

Note: After you click/tap the DEAL button you will not be able to select a different chip stack until after the game concludes.

Step 2: After you place your bet, you have the following options:

Step 3: After the game starts and you receive your first two cards on each hand, the following options can be available for a hand (the current hand is highlighted), depending on the presented situations:

Step 4: Any winnings are added to the balance, and you have the possibility to:

Note: After a game session restore, the REBET and REBET & DEAL buttons will not appear. If your balance does not cover an action, a dialog window informs you about this.

You win the Ante bet when your hand is closer to 21 than that of the dealer’s, without going over 21.

3. Card Values

All cards come in four suits: Spades, Diamonds, Hearts and Clubs. All suits have equal rank.

Card

Card value

2

2

3

3

4

4

5

5

6

6

7

7

8

8

9

9

10

10

Jack

10

Queen

10

King

10

Ace

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