Blackjack 3 Hands Table (NetEnt) table (NetEnt)
Netent Blackjack 3 Hands allows you to place bets on up to 3 hands per game round.
The goal of the game is to have more points in the hand than the dealer has without exceeding 21 points.
The cards are valued (in points) as follows: 2 up to 10 numbered cards are worth their respective face values, Ace is 1 or 11 and King, Queen and Jack are worth 10 points.
After being dealt two initial cards the player has the choice to ‘hit’ (get extra cards dealt to get closer to 21 points), ‘stand’ (‘hold’ the hand with a certain amount of points and wait for the dealer to play his hand) or ‘Double’ (double the initial bet made on a hand, see below).
Of the two initial cards dealt to the dealer only one is dealt face up (visible).
If the player has ‘hit’ more than a total of 21 points the hand is “bust” and the player loses. If the dealer buys more than 21 points his hand is bust too (and the dealer loses).
The highest hand (without exceeding 21 points) wins.
A Blackjack hand is an Ace and a 10 points valued card, dealt as the initial two cards. A Blackjack hand wins over 21 points.
If the value of the hands of the dealer and the player are equal it’s a ‘Push’ and the player gets to keep the bet.
The dealer must stand on 17, including on a “soft” 17 (17 points with an Ace in it), and hit on 16 points.
A hand of 21 points (without of course being a Blackjack hand) is automatically set on ‘stand’.
Blackjack 3 Hands follows the ‘classic’ Blackjack rules and game play and includes features such as Splitting and Insuring hands, Double bets and the Even Money option.
BLACKJACK GAME RULES
If the first two cards dealt to a player in one hand are equal in value (for example two 9’s or two Kings) the hand can be “split” to form two new hands. On each split card the player will get a second card dealt and automatically plays each hand with the same bet that was initially placed. Split hands cannot be split again (no re-splitting) and the split hands are played one after the other.
If the split hand were two Aces only one (1) extra card on each hand is dealt on top of the two initial cards of the hand, and after which the hand is either ‘Bust’ (exceeding 21 points) or set on ‘Stand’ (independent of the amount of points in the hand). An Ace and a 10 points valued card in a split hand doesn’t count as Blackjack but as 21 points.
Upon receiving the two first cards after placing an initial bet the player can decide to double this bet. In that case however automatically one (1) extra card is dealt to the player (leaving the hand either ‘bust’ or on ‘stand’ with a certain amount of points).
If the dealer deals himself an Ace as the first (visible) card of his hand the player is given the option to put an ‘insurance’ on his hand(s). The cost of that insurance is always 50% of the initial bet on the hand. In case the dealer has Blackjack the player wins according to the pay table (see below).If not, the player only looses the Insurance bet after which the hands are played normally.
When the player has Blackjack and the dealer as a first (visible) card has an Ace the player can opt to be paid ‘Even Money’ which means he automatically wins his bet double back. If the player doesn’t take ‘Even Money’ and subsequently the dealer really has a Blackjack hand it’s a ‘Push’ and the player only gets the bet returned. If however in this case the dealer doesn’t have a Blackjack hand the player wins with Blackjack and according to the pay table (see below).
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