Multi-Hand Blackjack

Take a seat at our Multi-Hand Blackjack tables!

This casino game features all of the classic Blackjack features, including the option to buy Insurance or Double Down on your bets.

In Multi-Hand Blackjack, you can play three hands at a single time, giving you even more chances to beat the dealer!

What will your cards be?

    Multi-Hand Blackjack Game Overview

    The minimum bet size available in Multi-Hand Blackjack is £1.

    The maximum bet available is £200.

    Blackjack Rules 

    When you play Multi-Hand Blackjack, you will find that the rules in this game are identical to regular blackjack rules. The main objective in this game is to build a hand that is closer to 21 than the dealer's, without going over that figure.

    At the start of this game, two cards are dealt to you, and they will both be face-up. The dealer, on the other hand, receives one face-up card in addition to a face-down card.

    If the dealer's face-up card is a 10, they will check their face-down card in case they have Blackjack. You can buy Insurance to protect your hand, and in the event that the dealer does have Blackjack, Insurance bets will be paid out at 2:1.

    The game ends instantly if the dealer holds Blackjack. If one of your hands was Blackjack, then it is known as a 'push', and this will see your bet returned to your account balance immediately.

    You can choose to 'Hit' or 'Stand' on any hand in this game, unless you have Blackjack. If you elect to Hit, you receive another card. You can continue to do this until your hand is valued at 21, or if you 'Bust', which is when the value of your cards exceeds 21. If this is the case, then you lose your wager. If the dealer also busts, then your hand is still a loser

    If you are happy with the state of your cards, you can Stand. This will let the dealer know that you don't wish to be dealt any additional cards.

    If you are dealt an Ace in addition to a 10, Jack, Queen or King in your initial hand, then you win Blackjack.

    An Ace may have a value of 1 or 11, depending on which will be more beneficial to your hand. If an Ace worth 11 is included in a hand, it is referred to as a 'Soft' hand.

    The dealer is required to Hit on hands that have a value of 16 or fewer, and if the hand is a Soft 17 or higher, they are forced to Stand.

    Three Hand Feature

    Up to three hands can be played simultaneously in Multi-Hand Blackjack.

    At the start of every round, you can choose the spots at the table that you want to activate.

    As soon as you've placed a bet in one of the positions, it turns yellow.

    The last chip you placed can be taken off the table by clicking the 'Undo' button.

    If you want to reset your bets completely, click 'Clear' and all of your chips will be erased.


    Any funds are taken out of your balance immediately when you place a bet.

    If you have a winning hand, your funds will be credited to your account automatically at the end of the game.

    Return to Player

    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.