Multihand Blackjack

Play with up to five hands at a time on Multihand Blackjack.

    Multihand Blackjack Game Overview 

    This is a typical blackjack game, but with the added bonus of being able to play with a maximum of five hands per game!

    Placing Bets

    Before your game begins, you need to place a bet. 

    Do this by selecting a chip size and placing it on the table.

    There are several bet types featured in this game, as listed below:

    Bet Type
    Repeat and dealRepeats your bet from the previous game
    Let ‘em rideWagers your winnings from the previous game. (please note: you cannot place a Let 'em Ride bet if you placed an Insurance bet in your previous game)
    Double and DealThis will double your bet from the previous game

    Card Values

    Cards are worth the following values in this game:

    • Ace - one or 11, whichever is more beneficial to your hand
    • Cards two to 10 - all of these cards are worth their face value
    • Face cards (Jack, Queen and King) - each is valued at 10


    Game Rules

    This game follows standard blackjack rules.

    However, unlike typical blackjack games, you can hold up to five hands at a time.

    The best outcome possible is Blackjack. It is achieved when your first two cards comprise an Ace and a 10 or picture card.

    Exceeding 21 will cause you to 'Bust' and lose, despite the value of the dealer's hand.

    How to Play

    For a chance of winning, the aim is to achieve a hand closer to 21 than the dealer - if your hand exceeds 21, you will 'bust' and lose.

    Once you have placed your bet, both you and the dealer will be dealt two cards each - your cards will be dealt face-up.

    Blackjack is the best hand possible and is awarded when your initial two cards equal 21 exactly.

    If you do not have blackjack, you will have the following options to try and improve your hand:

    • Stand - lets the dealer know you're happy with your hand and do not want any more cards
    • Hit - another card will be dealt and added to your hand
    • Split - you can only split if your cards are of the same value. Your hand will be split into two separate hands (please note: a second wager the same value as your first wager must be placed on the second hand)
    • Double Down - if your hand equals nine, 10 or 11, you can double down on your next card. Doubling down doubles your original bet and you can only receive one more card

    The following rules apply to the dealer:

    • If the dealer's initial hand equals 16, they must draw
    • If the dealer's initial hand equals 17, they must stand
    • If your hand and the dealer’s hand are of the same value, you will tie and your bet will be returned


    Insurance Bet

    This is an optional bet, which can only be placed if the dealer's first card is an Ace.

    An Insurance bet helps to protect you in case of the dealer achieving blackjack.

    Insurance bets pay out as per below:

    • If the dealer achieves Blackjack, Insurance pays out at 2-1. 
    • If the dealer does not achieve Blackjack, your Insurance bet will be lost and you will carry on playing as normal


    • A winning hand pays out at 1-1
    • Blackjack pays out at 3-2
    • Insurance pays out at 2-1

    Return to Player 

    Return to Player (RTP): 99.42%.

    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 £99.42 of wins.