Multihand Blackjack

Multihand Blackjack offers an exciting twist on a casino classic, with the ability to play with up to five hands at once!

    Multihand Blackjack - How To Play

    The aim of Multihand Blackjack is for your final hand to be closer to 21 than the dealer's, without exceeding it.

    To start your game, place a bet - this is done by placing your chosen chip size on the table. 

    The following bets are available:

    Bet Type
    Repeat and dealRepeats your previous bet
    Let ‘em rideWagers your winnings from the previous game (it is not possible to place a Let 'em Ride bet if you placed an Insurance bet in the prior game)
    Double and DealDoubles your previous bet

    Card Values

    Cards assume the following values in this game:

    • Ace - one or 11, whichever value is of most benefit to your hand
    • 2-10 - all worth face value
    • Face cards - worth 10 each

    The Game 

    The same rules apply in Multihand Blackjack as they do in standard blackjack games; the only difference is that you can play with a up to five hands per game. 

    The aim is to achieve a better hand than the dealer.

    The best hand possible is blackjack.

    Blackjack can only be awarded from your initial hand, and is when your first two cards consist of an Ace, plus a picture card or a 10.

    If the total sum of your hand exceeds 21, you will lose ('bust') regardless of the dealer's hand.

    After placing your bet, you and the dealer will both receive two cards.

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

    • Stand - if you're happy with your hand, you can Stand and not receive any more cards
    • Hit - the dealer will add another card to your hand
    • Split - splits your hand into two separate hands. Please note: you can only split when your first two cards are of the same value. Splitting will cost you a second wager of the same value as your initial wager 
    • Double Down - doubles your initial wager and you will only receive one extra card thereafter.  Please note: you can only Double Down if your hand equals nine, 10 or 11

    For the dealer, the below rules apply:

    • If their hand equals 16, they must draw
    • If their hand equals 17, they must stand
    • If you and the dealer have matching hand, the game will end in a tie and your bet will be returned

    Insurance Bet

    Insurance helps to protect you in case of the dealer having blackjack. 

    An Insurance bet can only be placed when the dealer's first card is an Ace.

    If the dealer draws 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.


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

    Multihand Blackjack RTP

    Return to Player: 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.

    This return is based on the player making the best choices.