How to Play Multi-Hand Classic Blackjack Gold October 27, 2017
Blackjack is also known as twenty-one, with its origins in French casinos during 16th and 17th Century and was derived from the family of card games which included the Baccarat, Vingt-Et-Un, and Seven and a Half. Vingt-Et-Un in French means twenty-one or the number 21 which the Americans adopted and which the Australians named ‘Pontoon’. A Blackjack hand means a hand with 2 cards comprising of an Ace of Spade and a Jack of Clubs or Spade with the value of the 2 cards adding up to 21, the Jack with 10 as value and the Ace as 11.
Multi-Hand Classic Blackjack Gold means that the game is fast paced with a fair and rapid service with sophisticated animations that have been designed so as you may get a real feel of playing at a casino.
Coin Sizes, Symbols, Key Features And Betting
Multi-Hand Classic Blackjack Gold on Spin And Win Casino uses 5 decks of a standard pack of 52 cards giving you at least 5 possibilities to beat the dealer. Multi-Hand Classic Blackjack Gold has the same Blackjack rules except that in this game, you have this extra option to bet up to 5 hands per game. Basically, the rules in Multi-Hand Classic Blackjack Gold are the same as with all versions of Blackjack. You can stand, hit, double down and surrender with all your 5 hands. Your 5 hands are played individually and separately but the dealer has only one hand and in reality, you are playing five games and the dealer has to stand at 17. Blackjack will by the rules beat any cards with a value of 21. Cards are generally shuffled prior to each game.
You are only allowed to double down when your 2 original cards add up to a value of 9, 10, and 11 which is also known as ‘Hard Hands’. You are allowed to split your cards only at one time only. If you have a pair of Aces, you can split them, and more than one card can be sent to one of them, unlike other Blackjack games whereby one card would go to each split Ace.
The value of cards such as J, Q, and K are considered as having a value of 10, but with the card value of 10, cards cannot be split. Double down is available on your first two cards provided, they are ‘Hard Hands’ with a value of 9, 10, and 11. The option to double down is not available after a split. During a split, a bet equal to your original bet is placed on the 2nd hand. There is also the insurance bet which is a side bet of half the value of your regular bet. This bet is normally placed against the possibility of the dealer hitting a Blackjack hand and generally when the dealer has an Ace. On some Blackjack games, the option of surrender is available, but this is not available on Multi-Hand Classic Blackjack Gold. This is an option where you give up your hand and lose half of your bet. The odds on a Blackjack pay out 3 to 2 and Insurance pays 2 to 1.
Games Similar to Multi-Hand Classic Blackjack Gold
If cards are of your fancy, you may try out the following games too: European BlackJack, Double Exposure BlackJack, Single Deck BlackJack, Beat Me, and Casino Hold'em.