Multi-Hand Blackjack

Multi-Hand Blackjack

Dive into Multi-Hand Blackjack to enjoy a classic Blackjack game with an exciting twist!

    Multi-Hand Blackjack Game Overview

    Multi-Hand Blackjack is just like regular Blackjack, except it uses three hands!

    Blackjack Rules 

    This game follows the standard blackjack rules, which are as follows:

    Two cards will be dealt face-up to each active seat.

    Two cards will then be dealt to the dealer - one will be face-up and the other will be face-down.

    If the dealer's face-up card is a 10, then they will check for blackjack.

    The game will automatically end if the dealer has blackjack, with a 'push' being announced if you also have blackjack.

    You can add cards to each active hand or choose to keep them as they are.

    If the value of your hand is worth more than 21, then you will automatically lose the game.

    You will automatically win blackjack if your hand is formed of an Ace and a 10, Jack, Queen or King. 

    The dealer can't choose to 'Stand' until their hand is worth at least 17.

    The aim of the game is to form a hand that is worth more than the dealer's hand, without going over 21.

    Three Hand Feature

    Multi-hand Blackjack offers the option to play with three hands.

    At the start of the game, choose how many hands you would like to be active.

    You can place a wager of your choice on each active seat, which will be highlighted in yellow on the screen.

    To remove the last chip placed, press 'Undo'.

    Pressing 'Clear' will remove the chips from all betting areas on the table.


    The value of all wagers will be immediately removed from your overall balance once they are placed.

    The total wager will be lost if you lose the game.

    Any winnings will be credited to your account immediately.

    Return To Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 99.56%

    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 £99.56. 

    This return is based on the best player strategy with continuous reshuffling.