Classic Blackjack from NetEnt
Play Classic Blackjack from Netent for free
This version of blackjack is outdated regarding design and gameplay. Although the gaming process works perfectly, the graphics and sound are not up-to-date. The main difference between Classic Blackjack and the other more advanced versions is the possibility to play up to five hands at the same time in the newer variants. Players, can double down, split cards and use insurance. However, surrender is not provided.
Main features of the classic version
- The minimum (maximum) number of hands in the game - 1-5
- Split - yes
- Double - yes
- Insurance - yes
- Surrender - no
- Minimum bet - €1
- Maximum bet - €500
- RTP percentage - 99.6%
How to play the game
- As previously mentioned, the dealer deals two cards to himself and the player. If you are not satisfied with the first two cards, you can ask for more cards, or you can stand. You can also decide to split cards or, if you’re satisfied, you can double down. The idea is to get as close as possible to 21 without busting.
- If the total value of your cards is closer to 21 than the dealer, you win. If the amount is less than the dealer’s total or you go over 21, you lose.
- The dealer will always take another card up to a hand total of 17.
- If the dealer busts, you win with any number of points. If you and the dealer have the same hand value, then it’s a push, and no one wins.
- You can read the detailed rules of blackjack here.
How to win
- Learn more about the basic betting strategies in blackjack
- How to count cards in blackjack?
- If you win a hand, you get the same amount as your bet. For example, you bet $10, and you win $10. However, if you win with a natural Blackjack, you are paid at a 150% rate. For instance, if you have bet $10, you win $15.
- Doubling (double down). The player can double his bet if the sum of the first two cards is not equal to 21.
- Split cards. If the player is dealt with two cards of the same value, for example, two 8s or two 6s, he can split the cards and play two hands. In this case, if the player gets a combination of a 10-valued card and Ace, the hand is not considered as blackjack and pays 1 to 1.
- Insurance. If the dealer's first card is Ace, the player can place an insurance bet – Add half of his stake to his initial bet. The winner will be 2 to 1 in the case when the second card of the dealer is 10. In all other cases, the player loses.
We enjoyed playing Classic Blackjack from NetEnt software. The game has a fast pace, and it’s nicely presented. All betting options are at hand, and the graphics are satisfying. Despite the fact the recently released Blackjack Pro is more impressive regarding graphics and gaming options, Classic Blackjack is softer and allows players to risk small amounts.