Go to head-to-head with the dealer in Multi-Hand Blackjack tables!
Enjoy classic Blackjack features such as Insurance and Double Down as you play in the race to 21.
This game gives you the chance to bet on three hands in one game, meaning you have extra opportunities to beat the dealer!
Take a seat.
The minimum bet size available in Multi-Hand Blackjack is £1.
The maximum bet available is £200.
The rules of Multi-Hand Blackjack are exactly the same as the regular blackjack rules. As always, your aim is to complete a hand that is valued nearer to 21 than the dealer's, without exceeding that total.
You will initially be dealt two cards face-up, while the dealer will have a face-up card alongside a face-down card.
Should the dealer have a 10 as their face-up card, they will check their other card to see if they have Blackjack.
If the dealer does indeed have Blackjack, the game concludes automatically. If you had Blackjack on one of your hands, it is determined a 'push' and your wager will instantly be refunded to your account.
On any hand except Blackjack, you will have the option to 'Hit' or 'Stand'. If you decide to Hit, another card will be dealt with you. Deciding to Stand will inform the dealer that you are satisfied with your hand, and you won't receive any extra cards.
If the total value of your hand exceeds 21, it is a 'bust' and you lose automatically, regardless of whether the dealer busts their hand too.
For a hand to win Blackjack, you must have an Ace alongside a 10, Jack, Queen or King.
Aces can be valued at either 1 or 11, and they will take the figure that benefits your hand the most. A 'Soft' hand is one that includes an Ace worth 11.
The dealer is forced to Hit on hands worth 16 or less, and they will Stand when their hand is worth at least a Soft 17.
Three Hand Feature
You can play with up to three hands in a single game of Multi-hand Blackjack.
When each round begins, you can select the number of active hands that you wish to play.
Bets can be placed on each of the active seats, and once this has been done the seat is highlighted in yellow.
If you wish to remove the most recent chip you placed, hit 'Undo'.
You can remove all of your bets across the betting areas by hitting 'Clear'.
As soon as you have placed a wager, this value is instantly deducted from your overall balance.
Any winnings are automatically credited to your account when a game has finished.
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 using the optimal strategy with continuous reshuffling.