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MULTIHAND BLACKJACK

If you like Rival's single-hand blackjack, you'll love their multi-hand blackjack game. How can we be so sure? Because it's exactly the same game, only you get two more hands with each deal (and, therefore, two more opportunities to win).

Multihand blackjack is a classic game with an opportunity to play several hands at the same time. It is played with two standard decks of 52 playing cards that are shuffled after dealing each hand or hands. You may play up to three hands at once

The aim is to beat the Dealer's hand by either getting a higher value hand, without exceeding 21, or by the Dealer's hand going bust.

Winning hands in Blackjack pay out as follows: If you win with a Blackjack, which consists of an ace and either a face card or a ten, you are paid out at odds of 3:2 on your original wager. In other words, you win one and a half times your original wager plus you keep your original wager.

If you have a winning hand but not a Blackjack, you are paid out at odds of 1:1 on your original wager.

If you lose against a Dealer's Blackjack and have taken Insurance, you are paid out at odds of 2 to 1 on your Insurance wager. In other words, if you were to take Insurance for half of your wager and the Dealer draws a Blackjack, you get your original wager amount back and break even.