BlackJack MH

The Multi Hand Black Jack Experience

Blackjack MH by Play’n Go software is the classic black jack experience, brought to your mobile or desktop device. In this version of the classic game, you are able to play up to three hands at a time for big wins and big excitement. Clicking on the table brings up a handy table rule menu for new players to use and peruse.

The game takes place at a very classy and luxurious table, making BlackJack MH a very upmarket experience for players. When the game was first introduced to America as 21, gambling houses included a 10:1 payout for players who managed to get a 21 with an ace of spades as well as a black jack card, meaning either a jack of spades or a jack of clubs , which is where the game took its modern name from.

The first reference of the game was from the novel Novelas Ejemplare by Miguel Cervantes, author of Don Quixote. He makes reference to a game called ventuina, where the aim is to get 21. From there the game’s popularity grew and spread across the world to make it the most popular game in casinos. The game’s tradition of simple rules and play are carried on in Play’n GO’s BlackJack MH. The addition of the functionality of modern technology means that they can give you the ability to play multiple hands at the same time, opening you up to an experience like no other.

The Standard Rules Of Blackjack MH

The aim of the game is to reach 21 with your card hand. You only play against the house, and not other players. With BlackJack MH you will have up to 3 hands to pit against the dealer’s hand.

This increases your odds of a win and also makes the game a lot more fun to play since your odds for a winning hand is increased.

You either need to hit 21 or be closer to 21 than the dealer. It’s helpful to remember that the dealer will usually stand on 17. It is better to play conservatively as there will be very few instances where the dealer will risk drawing to many cards and going bust.

The Unique Rules Of Blackjack MH

In black jack you have the option to double down, meaning that you double your initial wager, with the understanding that you will receive one more card and stand afterwards. In BlackJack MH you are able to double down on any two cards no matter their value.

You also have the option to split your hand if you have two cards of the same value. In Blackjack MH you are able to split any two like cards, but you are not able to double down after you have split your hands.

If you get two aces and decide to split your hand you will only be able to get to draw one card after then split. Additionally a 21 on a split hand does not count as black jack. An important rule to be aware of.

The Insurance Wager  

BlackJack MH includes the insurance option on your current hand. This wager becomes available to players when the dealer draws an ace as their first card. This wager pays at 2:1 if the dealer manages to hit blackjack on his hand.