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This six-deck Multi-Hand Blackjack game is found at casinos running on Wager Works software.

Multi-Hand Blackjack (Player’s Suite) follows the same rules as Wager Works’ "Table Blackjack" except that you can play up to 3 hands simultaneously, and an 8-card hand is an automatic winner (instead of 11 cards).
 

Game Rules

  • 6 decks of standard playing cards, shuffled for each hand of play.
  • If the Dealer’s face up card is an Ace, you are offered Insurance. Insurance, if accepted, is half of the initial wager.
  • If the Dealer’s face up card is a 10-value card, then the Dealer’s face down card is also checked, but no Insurance Bet is offered.
  • Only one split is allowed per hand – resplitting is not allowed.
  • When Aces are split, only one further card may be dealt to each Ace.
  • Double down is possible on any two cards.
  • Player may double-down on either / both initial 2 card hands of a split (except split Aces).
  • No surrender.
  • Player may draw a maximum of 8 cards for any hand. An 8-card Player hand whose value does not exceed 21 is an automatic winner.
  • Dealer must stand on all card value totals of 17 or higher.

The house edge is approximately 0.46% under these rules.

 

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