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Cards fly everywhere as a frenzy of wins and incredible combinations draw gasps from the crowd. They can’t believe it. This man must be some sort of gambling robot from the future!
You're in your zone and nothing can stop you as you tear through five hands at a time, taking wild side bets on the dealer’s cards. Only a maniac could play like this people begin to mutter. You pay them no attention as you scoop armful after armful of chips to your side of the table, cackling wildly, with a furious intensity in your eyes, still calculating.
With Perfect Blackjack Multihand 5 Dealer Pair, you have so many awesome ways to win if you play your cards right, so what are you waiting for? Ante-up and start winning today.
Perfect Blackjack Bonus features: Multi-hand 5, Dealer Pair, Perfect PairGame Developer: Playtech
About Perfect Blackjack
In Blackjack you are trying to beat the Dealer’s hand in terms of the number of points but without going over 21 points.
How to Play Perfect Blackjack
Choose a chip size by clicking on the images in the bottom left of the screen. When you play Perfect Blackjack on Betfair Casino the minimum stake per hand is £1, while the maximum is a generous £100. Once you've selected the necessary casino chips, click on the table to place the chips in the betting area corresponding to the bet you want to place. You can place chips of different sizes in the same area to adjust your bet and you can place bets in multiple areas. To remove chips, right click and the bet will be reduced by the chip size currently selected. To remove all the chips, click on Clear Bets.
Click Deal to have the cards distributed, after which you will have a number of options for how to proceed. Once you have finished, click on New Game to start a new round. To keep the same bets as before, click on Rebet.
Perfect Blackjack Playing Options
Once you have your cards, you have a few choices of how to go forward.
Hit: Clicking Hit deals you another card.
Stand: Once you are finished with altering your hand, click on Stand.
Double: If the total sum of your cards is less than 11, you can click Double. This doubles your bet and deals you one final card.
Split: If your first two cards are the same, you have the option to click on Split, which turns your hand into two hands. This deals you two more cards, forming two new hands, and your bet is doubled. You can still Double after splitting.
Insurance: If the Dealer’s has an upturned Ace, then you can bet that the other card will be a ten, making the Dealer’s hand an unbeatable Blackjack. This bet has a payback of 2:1.
Players Perfect Pair: You can stake between £1 and £20 on bet your first two cards being of a similar value. If your first two cards are both red your bonus bet will earn you a payout worth 6:1 on your stake. Additionally, if you hit "perfect blackjack" with the same coloured cards (i.e. a red ace and red king) you'll get a 12:1 payout. Finally, if you receive a perfect pair, such as two king of diamonds, you'll receive a bonus payout worth 25:1.
Dealer Perfect Pair: You can stake between £1 and £20 on bet the dealer's first two cards being of a similar value. If the dealer's first two cards are both red your bonus bet will earn you a payout worth 6:1 on your stake. Additionally, if the dealer hits "perfect blackjack" with the same coloured cards (i.e. a red ace and red king) you'll get a 12:1 payout. Finally, if the dealer receives a perfect pair, such as two king of diamonds, you'll receive a bonus payout worth 25:1.Finally, because this Betfair Casino game is a multi-hand variant, it means you can play up to five hands simultaneously. From a betting perspective this means you can stake as much as £500 in open play bets and a further £100 in perfect pair bonus bets.
To enjoy a more lucrative race to 21, play Perfect Blackjack Multi-hand on Betfair Casino and win up to five times in a single betting round.