Multi-Hand Blackjack

Try your luck in the casino with Multi-Hand Blackjack!

The aim of the game is to attain a hand worth 21, but be sure not to exceed it or you'll bust!

    Multi-Hand Blackjack - How to Play

    This exciting game provides a unique twist on classic Blackjack.

    Play with up to three hands each round and you could win big!

    Game Objective

    The goal in Blackjack is to achieve a hand of 21, or as close to 21 as possible without exceeding it. 

    If you exceed 21, you will 'bust' and lose the round. 

    How to Play

    To start the game, place your bets and then spin the reels. 

    The dealer will start by dealing you two cards, each placed face-up. They will then deal themselves two cards, one placed face up and one face down. 

    If the card placed face-up is a 10, the dealer will check their face-down card to see if they have Blackjack. 

    You will lose the round automatically if the dealer does have Blackjack. 

    If the round ends in a tie (or 'push') - i.e., both you and the dealer have Blackjack, then you will be refunded your wager automatically.

    If both you and the dealer do not have Blackjack, you will have the option to either 'Hit' or 'Stand'. 

    If you want to be dealt another card, you can select Hit. If you do not wish to be dealt another card, select Stand to signal to the dealer that you are happy with your hand. 

    If you bust, you lose the round. This will still happen even if the dealer busts.

    If the dealer's hand totals 16 or less, he will automatically hit. 

    You can only have Blackjack if your hand includes an Ace as well as a 10, Jack, Queen or King. 

    Aces can be worth 1 or 11, depending on which will benefit your hand more. 

    Free Game Feature

    You can opt to play with up to three hands in this game. 

    At the beginning of each round, you can choose how many hands you wish to play with.

    You can choose to play individual bets on each active set. 

    press the Undo button to remove your most recent bet, or press Clear to remove all of your bets.


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

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


    Multi-Hand Blackjack RTP

    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 using the optimal strategy with continuous reshuffling.