Multi-Hand Blackjack

Jump into Multi-Hand Blackjack for an exciting twist on the classic Blackjack game!

    Multi-Hand Blackjack Game Overview

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

    Blackjack Rules 

    Multi-Hand Blackjack follows the same rules as standard blackjack.

    Two cards will be dealt face-up to each player.

    Two cards are then dealt to the dealer - one card face-up and the other card face-down.

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

    You'll lose the round automatically if the dealer has Blackjack. 

    If you also have blackjack, the round will end with a 'push' and you'll automatically get back your wager.

    If you want to be dealt another card, you can choose to Hit. If you don't want to be dealt another card, you can choose to Stand to signal to the dealer that you're happy with your hand as it is.

    If the value of your hand is worth more than 21, this is a bust and you'll 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 will not be able to stand until their hand has a value of at least 17.

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

    Three Hand Feature

    In Multi-hand Blackjack, you can play with up to three hands.

    At the start of the game, choose how many hands you want to play with.

    You can place individual wagers on each active seat, which will then be highlighted in yellow.

    If you want to, you can remove the last chip placed by pressing 'Undo'.

    Pressing 'Clear' will remove all your bets on the table.


    The value of all wagers you place will be deducted from your balance. 

    Anything you win will be automatically added to your account at the end of your game.

    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.