Single Deck Blackjack +3 is the exciting Blackjack game that offers you extra chances to win!
Standard features like Doubling Down and Splitting are both available in this Casino classic that is played with a single deck of 52 cards.
It is the optional side bets available in this game that makes it truly unique, giving players the chance to win up to 100/1. With this side bet, your first two cards and the dealer’s face-up card are considered and will pay out for four different Poker hands: Flush, Straight, Three of a Kind and Straight Flush.
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How to Play
Single Deck Blackjack +3 has a few rule variants to consider:
- Splitting is only possible once
- No blackjacks after splitting
- Double down on 9, 10 or 11
- No surrender
- Insurance is available
- Played with one deck of cards
How to Win with the +3 Paytable
Your first chance to win comes when the first cards are dealt. You will receive two cards face up and dealer gets one. The three cards then effectively form a poker hand and if you have one of the hands in the paytable you will win.
Three of a Kind
Once this part of the game is completed you will continue your blackjack game as normal.
Prior to the deal, you can click ‘Change Side Bet’ to play on the fixed rate paytable, which pays all of the above hands at 10-1.
The minimum bet in Single Deck Blackjack +3 is £1 and the maximum is £1,000.
How to Bet
To place your bet, simply click on a chip from the rack at the bottom of the table and then place it in the required section of table.
The chips available in Single Deck Blackjack +3 are £1, £5, £25, £100 and £500.
If you would like to remove your bet simply press and hold the spacebar while clicking on the chip you would like to remove.
Click the ‘Clear’ button to remove all of the chips.
Click ‘Deal’ to start your game of Single Deck Blackjack +3.
Repeat and deal - This will repeat your bet from the previous game.
Let ‘em ride - This bet will include all of your winnings from the previous game. This is not available if you bought insurance in the last game.
Double & deal - Click ‘Double and Deal’ to double your previous starting bet and play again (assuming you remain under the table limit)
How to Win Blackjack
A winning blackjack hand is the one that totals closest to 21, without going over.
If the first two cards you draw are an Ace paired with a 10 or picture card, you have won blackjack and win 150% of your original bet.
This hand is unbeatable.
Splitting - If you receive two cards of the same value you will have the option to split your hand, which will divide your hand into two hands. When splitting, you must place a bet on the second hand that is equal to the amount wagered on your original bet.
Only matching face cards can be split in this version of Blackjack. So a Queen paired with a Jack in your first two cards cannot be split.
If you split Aces and then draw a card with a value of 10, this will not be counted as blackjack. This hand will have a value of 21, but will lose to the dealer if they draw blackjack.
Double down - This allows you to double your original bet. After doubling you will only receive one more card - this can only be done if your initial two cards total 9, 10 or 11.
Insurance - If the dealer’s first card is an Ace, you will have the option to safeguard your hand by buying insurance. This will cost you half of your original wager - if the dealer does draw blackjack, your insurance will pay out at 2:1 with your original wager lost.
If the dealer does not have Blackjack, you will lose your insurance bet and the hand will continue as normal.
The cards all score their own numerical value with the picture cards all counting as 10, while the Ace can score one or 10, depending on which score is more beneficial to your hand.
Return to Player (RTP)
Return To Player: 99.91%.
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 £99.91 of wins.
This return is based on the player making the best choices.