Evolution Gaming has added yet another blackjack version to its already impressive collection. This blackjack game goes by the title of Blackjack D. Just like it's blackjack cousins, this blackjack game has a similar objective. Players are expected to win by having a hand that has cards with a greater value than a dealer's hand. A Blackjack is earned whenever a player has a hand of cards with values adding up to “21”. In this case, a 3 to 2 payout is earned while in a normal win where the player's hand is better than the dealer, a 1 to 1 payout is received. Read on to learn more about this blackjack version by Evolution Gaming.
Blackjack D Betting Limits And Rules
You have a game played with 8 decks of 52 cards in each deck. The betting range for this blackjack version is £5 minimum and £2,500 maximum betting limit. The Face Cards consisting of Jacks, Queens and Kings have a value of 10 for each card. On the other hand, Aces have a dual value of “1” and “11”.
The cards from 2 right up to 10 are worth their respective face values. Any couple of cards held by the players may be subject to a Double Down. However, Double is not permitted on a Split hand. Players can also Split a couple of card having identical values, but they cannot Resplit. Split Aces are allowed with just one card added to any split Ace. The dealer will Stand on summed up card values amounting to “17”.
A Fully Customisable Blackjack
Blackjack D comes with a great user interface that is user-friendly and offers simple, seamless gameplay. Both the video and audio quality can be adjusted under setting. There are also great camera aspect ratios for enhanced viewing and also gameplay. In addition, this blackjack is available on both desktop computers and mobile devices. Players can adjust the settings to fully suit their preference. The
In Blackjack D, the players can place side bets. Two typical side bets allowed include; the 21+3 and Perfect Pair side bet. You also have a Bet Behind feature where the players will be allowed the opportunity of betting even when they cannot get a seat at a blackjack table.
The payout ratio for blackjack as mentioned earlier is 3 to 2. For the side bets, there is a payout ratio of 25 to 1 for the Perfect Pair and 100 to 1 for Suited Trips in the 21+3 side bet.
To Sum Up
Blackjack D follows the tradition of most online casino gambling blackjack games by Evolution Gaming. The gaming rules are similar and the feature on offer are relatively the same. However, this is still a very interesting and intriguing blackjack for newbies and seasoned players alike.
Software: Evolution Gaming
No. Of 52 Card Decks: 8
Minimum Bet: £5
Maximum Bet: £2,500
Side Bets: Yes
Author: Karen Macarthur
Posted On: 07/02/2019