Multihand Blackjack Poker and Pairs

Perfect Pairs and 21+3 help make Multihand Blackjack Poker and Pairs an exciting online casino game for all!

    Multihand Blackjack Poker and Pairs – Game Overview 

    The minimum bet in Multihand Blackjack Poker and Pairs is $1, and the maximum bet is $1,000 (per hand). 

    How to Play 

    Multihand Blackjack Poker and Pairs follows the same game rules as standard blackjack. 

    Be dealt a hand closer to 21 than the dealer to win. 

    Going over 21 results in a ‘bust’ and you lose. 

    Both you and the dealer receive two cards facing up once you place your bet. 

    Hit 21 with the two cards in your initial hand to get blackjack, which is the best hand possible. 

    If you’re unsatisfied with your hand, you can improve it by choosing from the following: 

    • Hit – add another card to your hand 
    • Split – split your hand into two. It can only be done on cards of the same value, and a second wager with the same value as your first must be placed on the second hand 
    • Double down – double your original bet and receive an extra card. This is only available if your initial hand is valued at nine, 10, or 11 
    • Insurance – buy insurance and protect your hand in the event the dealer’s first card is an Ace. This costs half your original wager. If the dealer does get blackjack, you’ll be paid out at 2:1, If not, you’ll lose your insurance bet and play will continue as normal 

    If you’re happy with your hand, choose Stand and you won’t receive any more cards.

    Perfect Pairs 

    In this bet, you’re aiming to get pairs dealt to you on your first two cards. 

    • Mixed color pairs pay out at 5:1 
    • Same color pairs pay out at 10:1 
    • A ‘perfect pair’ (two identical cards in number and suit) pay out at 30:1 


    This bet transforms the game into a round of three card poker. 

    Your two cards plus one card of the dealer’s that’s showing form to make a hand. 

    Win with a Flush, Straight, Three of a Kind, Straight Flush, or a Suited Three of a Kind, with payouts ranging from 5:1 for a Flush up to 100:1 for a Suited Three of a Kind. 

    Return to Player

    Return to Player (RTP): 96.59%

    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 $96.59 of wins.