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Blackjack game

Different Games out there

We started this guide with blackjack because it’s one of the most loved casino games around the world. This is why, before you play we want you to know the rules as we don’t want you to get hustled by the dealer of the online casino. We want you to be doing the hustle by knowing when to stand your ground and if it’s a good idea to take that fucking insurance thingy they keep mentioning!


 

Classic Blackjack

This is the one you should be playing for starters. It’s luckily the most popular anyway, but make sure that when you are on a table you search to make sure the term “Classic Blackjack” is written somewhere in the screen that you are playing in. The subtle differences between games is what gives dealers and casinos the edge when you are not aware of them.
The aim of the game is to get as close to the number 21 without going over!

What makes Classic Blackjack stand out:

  • It uses between 2 and 4 decks of cards
  • Dealer hits soft 17
  • Both doubling and splitting are allowed
  • Up to 2 resplits are allowed with doubling being allowed following a split
  • Dealer checks for Blackjack

Euro Blackjack

European Blackjack is traditionally played with two decks of cards. With the lower amount of cards comes another rule of the dealer standing on a soft 17. Dealer however doesn’t check for Blackjack.

What makes European Blackjack stand out:

  • Dealer stands on soft 17
  • The Dealer’s Blackjack versus the player’s blackjack results in a push
  • Dealer doesn’t check for a blackjack
  • Players can only double down when they have a total of 9, 10 or 11.
  • Players can double after splitting but no further re-splitting is allowed

Spanish 21

Spanish 21 or Pontoon as it’s sometimes called is also quite popular at online casinos. Essentially both cards of the dealer (hole cards) are placed face down. The good thing is that this style of Blackjack tends to give online casino players a slightly higher pay out.

What makes online Pontoon / Spanish 21 stand out

  • A two-card hand that amounts to 21 is called a ‘Pontoon’
  • Player can only stand when there’s a total of 15 or more
  • Dealer hits on soft 17 and wins all ties

Match Play 21

No Fucking 10’s, can you imagine that? All the 10’s are removed from the deck and some hands receive extra special bonus payouts.

What makes Match Play 21 stand out:

  • All 10s are removed from the deck except for face cards
  • Dealer hits on soft 17
  • Player can split and double.

Face up 21

We like to call this one Pussy 21 as the Online blackjack dealer presents his cards face up. This information gives you an added advantage on your next move.

What makes Face Up 21 stand out:

  • Players may double after splitting. Double is only allowed on totals such as 9, 10 and 11
  • Dealer Blackjack against a player’s blackjack results in a loss
  • Dealer hits on soft 17

Perfect Pairs Blackjack

The PP version uses the regular rules as adhered to in classic blackjack with the exception of an extra side bet at the start of each hand. This side bet is an additional bet on the first two cards being on the same value. Side bet is like Side Boob, we love it, it gives that little bit extra to life. #SEXY

What makes Perfect Pairs Blackjack stand out:

  • Doubling down and splitting is allowed
  • Players can play up to 5 hands per round
  • Dealer hits on soft 17

Multi-hand blackjack

This game allows you to play more than one hand at a time. This is potentially one of the most popular and preferred blackjack variations. This is like using both your left and right hand for the five finger shuffle, Popular for the pros. Potentially lethal for a beginner.

What makes Multi-Hand Blackjack stand out:

  • Dealer does not check for blackjack
  • Players can only double on totals of 9, 10 or 11
  • Dealer stands on soft 17
  • You can only split once

Pontoon Spanish 21

Very similar to the game of Pontoon, Spanish 21 removes all the 10s from the card deck. Although this would usually give a higher house edge, the game makes up for it by providing players super-friendly rules.

What makes Spanish 21 stand out:

  • Dealer must stand on soft 17
  • You can double after splitting. You can further resplit if you wish
  • You can surrender after doubling

So you chose which game of Blackjack you’d like to play but need a fresher upper on the lingo? We’ve got you covered homie, just click here we’ve got you covered! Hit BlackJack and we’ve got Jack Black planning a Naked Revolution! 🙂

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