Multihand Blackjack Poker and Pairs

Multihand Blackjack Poker and Pairs

With a number of side bets including 21+3, Multihand Blackjack Poker and Pairs will be a hit with all types of online casino players!


    Multihand Blackjack Poker and Pairs – How to Play 

    In Multihand Blackjack Poker and Pairs, the minimum bet per hand is $1 and the maximum bet is $1,000. 


    Game Rules

    The rules in Multihand Blackjack Poker and Pairs are the same as those in normal blackjack. 

    If your hand is closer to 21 than the dealer’s, you win. You’ll ‘bust’ and lose if your hand goes over 21.

    The best hand possible – known as blackjack – is attained by hitting 21 with the two cards in your initial hand. 

    Not happy with the hand you’ve been dealt? Try using some of the following options: 

    • Hit – adds another card to your hand 
    • Split – can only be done on cards of the same value, but it will split your hand into two. A second wager of the same value as your first must be placed on the second hand 
    • Double down – double your original bet and receive one additional card. This option is only available if your  initial hand has a value of nine, 10, or 11. 
    • Insurance – choose this to protect your hand if your dealer’s first card is an Ace. It’ll cost half your initial wager and, if the dealer gets blackjack, you’ll be paid out at 2:1. If not, you lose your insurance bet and play continues as normal 

    Happy with your hand? Choose Stand and you won’t receive any more cards. 


    Perfect Pairs 

    Aim for a pair dealt in your first two cards in this bet. Different pairs pay out at different ratios: 

    • Mixed color pairs pay out at 5:1 
    • Same color pairs pay out at 10:1 
    • Two cards identical in both number and suit (Perfect Pair) pay out at 30:1 


    21+3 

    Turn your blackjack game into a round of three card poker with this bet. 

    The hand is made up of your two cards and the dealer’s card that is facing up. 

    You can win with a Flush, Straight, Three of a Kind, Straight Flush, or a Suited Three of a Kind. 

    Payouts on these hands range from 5:1 (Flush) to 100:1 (Suited Three of a Kind). 


    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 96.59%

    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 $96.59.