Single Deck Blackjack
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Simple is beautiful in this super version of the classic casino table game, brought to us by NetEnt, who are surely the leaders in the field of casino software. Here we have Blackjack stripped down to its bare essentials – 1 deck, shuffled after each hand; 1 betting position; a pleasant jazzy piano soundtrack to help get you in the mood (or perhaps not – there is the option to turn it off if you so choose!); fast and slick game play which you can speed up or slow down as you wish. It’s all there for you to enjoy in Single Deck Blackjack.
More About Single Deck Blackjack Game
In Single Deck Blackjack betting starts from just 10p, and the maximum bet is £5. You can choose your chip size from 10p, 50p or £1. Click on the chip size you want to play with, and then in the betting box on the felt to place your bet. Click as many times as you want to keep increasing your stake. Use the chip with the cross on it to remove value chips from your bet.
Then hit Deal to start playing.
The usual rules of Blackjack are in play here, though it’s worth noting that the dealer will hit on a soft 17. A soft hand is one that contains an Ace that can be counted as a one or an 11 without going bust.
As normal, Blackjack pays 3:2 and insurance pays at 2:1. Insurance will come into play if the dealer’s visible card is an Ace. A player can buy insurance at the cost of half the value of their stake. If the dealer goes on to make Blackjack, the insurance bet will pay out.
A player can split their initial two cards if they are matching, and go on to play both hands at twice the stake. If the two cards are Aces then the player cannot hit after the second card is dealt.
A player can take Even Money if the dealer’s visible card is an Ace and the player has Blackjack. Even money means the bet pays out 1:1.
The theoretical Return to Player in this game is 99.59% (House Edge: 0.41%).
For those who like to keep things simple, NetEnt’s Single Deck Blackjack is a perfect little execution of one of casino’s all time classics. Certainly no frills, but sometimes that’s how we like it.
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