Single Deck Blackjack +3 is the classic casino game that offers you more ways to win!
The minimum bet size in Single Deck Blackjack +3 is £1.
How to Play
The aim of the game is the same as all standard blackjack games - this means that for a chance of winning, the total value of your hand needs to be closer to 21 than the dealer's.
If your hand exceeds 21, you will lose - otherwise known as 'busting'.
The best hand possible is blackjack.
Blackjack can only be awarded from your first two cards and if they consist of an Ace, plus a 10 or a picture card.
Blackjack beats all other hands.
Placing a Bet
To start your game, you need to place a bet.
This is done by selecting your chip size and placing it in the box at the bottom of the table.
You then need to click on the 'deal' button to begin.
Click 'clear' to remove all chips.
You can place the following types of bets in this game:
You also have the following options to try to improve you hand:
Splitting - if your initial two cards are of the same value, you can split your hand into two separate hands. Splitting requires you to place a second wager, of the same value as your original wager, on the second hand.
Double Down - if the sum of your first two cards is nine, 10 or 11, you can choose to 'double down' on your next card. You will need to place another wager equal to your original one before you are dealt one final card.
Insurance - if the dealer's first card is an Ace, you can place an Insurance bet to try to protect your hand. Should the dealer have Blackjack, your insurance bet will pay out at 2-1; if the dealer does not have Blackjack, your insurance bet will be lost and your hand will continue as normal.
In Single Deck Blackjack +3, cards are worth the following values:
The +3 is an optional bonus bet.
It can first be won once your initial two cards have been dealt.
If your two cards, plus the dealer's face-up card, result in a flush or higher poker hand, the +3 bet will pay out according to the below paytable:
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Return to Player
Return to Player (RTP): 99.91%
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 £99.91 of wins.