Blackjack has always been an incredibly popular game for casino and betting fanatics and Play n’ Go have brought the game to our screens with a unique twist.
Single Deck Blackjack Multi-Hand provides players with the opportunity of having up to three hands at one time where they can try and beat the dealer’s one hand.
This Single Deck Blackjack Multi-Hand game review will look at Play ‘n Go’s unique title in more detail and look to bring this game to life with readers that are considering giving it a go.
As the name suggests, Single Deck Blackjack Multi-Hand is similar to normal blackjack games, however it has the addition of providing the player with an additional two hands if they want to increase their chances of winning, via the use of one playing deck.
For beginners to blackjack, there are a few terms that are worth knowing, such as ‘rebet’, ‘deal’, ‘hit’ and ‘stand’. The terms are rather self-explanatory, as ‘rebet’ means to place the same bet, ‘deal’ means to deal the cards, ‘hit’ means to receive an extra card in order to achieve a total of 21, whilst ‘stand’ means to remain with the same cards – this will automatically happen if 21 is already achieved.
‘Split’, ‘Double’ and ‘Insurance’ are other terms used within the game, which are a little more complex. ‘Split’ means to split the hand you have and turn them into two different hands, although a second bet will need to be placed of the same value. Players should be aware that if they make 21 on a split hand, then it will not be considered ‘Blackjack’ but just a ‘normal 21’, therefore the winnings received would be different.
‘Double’ is self-explanatory, whereas ‘Insurance’ means playing safe if the dealer has an Ace. ‘Surrender’ and ‘Push’ are the final terms. ‘Surrender’ is essentially folding halfway through, but the player will lose half their bet, whilst ‘Push’ is essentially a tie and the bet is returned.
Single Deck Blackjack Multi-Hand is played with a wide range of chips, with the lowest being worth $1 and the highest being $100. There are a number of options to customise the user experience as well, such as speeding up the card process or an auto-start option once a ‘rebet’ is placed.
Achieving a ‘Blackjack’ would see the player achieve a win ratio of 6:5, although players who want to try the game without money first can find a Single Deck Blackjack Free Play version online.
Due to the nature of the game, Single Deck Blackjack Multi-Hand does not necessarily have bonus features that many traditional games will have, however that does not take away from the unique gameplay and user experience this Play n’ Go title provides players.
The game is set-up as though players are at a physical table in an establishment and are ready to take on the dealer. There is a command bar at the bottom of the screen that allows the player to navigate the table and the screen with ease.
RTP (return to player)
Although online games can tend to have some rather attractive return to player rates (RTP) that help to bring in new players, it is almost shocking to see that Play n’ Go have introduced a RTP of 98.74% – which is guaranteed! We say almost shocking, as the Scandinavian game developer have a habit of providing some of the best RTP rates available in the market with their slot and table game titles.