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    All Bets Blackjack

    Playtech's newest one to many deal blackjack table featuring extra side bets, aka All Bets Blackjack.


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    For the deal Playtech have adopted the solution employed by Evolution on Infinite Blackjack ie. physical cards out of the shoe that disappear (dealer fed) into the table and re-appear as virtual cards.


    The side bets are pretty similar also;

    Buster, Top 3, LuckyLucky, Perfect Player/Dealer Pairs & 21+3

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    The game is played observing US/Vegas rules (2 cards dealt for dealer, as opposed to 2nd card at end of game round)


    Before you place a bet on any or all of the 6 side bets you have to place a bet on the main player hand.....even though it's perfectly possible to win on the side bets and lose the main hand.


    those side bets in more detail;

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    The 3 side bets to the right of the main bet position comprising of

    Dealer/Player Perfect Pairs &

    21+3

    are the same as those already established at Playtech/Evolution - with the same winning hands combinations and payouts.

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    The left hand cluster of 3 side bets are similar though not identical (eg. different payouts) to those on Infinite Blackjack from Evolution.

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    Buster

    Top3

    Lucky Lucky

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    Buster (Blackjack) side bet pays when the dealer busts.

    The more cards it takes in busting, the bigger your payout.

    Significantly if you have a BJ, the side bet pays more, but only for 7+cards.

    (Hence you'll observe the dealer taking extra cards, when in a regular game of blackjack the game would automatically finish with a winning player BJ hand to determine the exact payout).

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    8+ cards pays 250:1,
    7 cards - 50:1,
    6 cards - 18:1,
    5 cards - 4:1,
    4 or 3 cards - 2:1


    WITH player BJ

    8+ cards pays 2000:1
    7 cards - 800:1

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    The Top3 side bet pays on specific poker combinations of the player's first 2 cards and dealer's first (face up) card.

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    Suited Three of a Kind pays 270:1

    Straight Flush - 180:1

    Three of a Kind (/Trips) - 90:1

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    Lucky Lucky is another side bet that pays on combinations of the player first 2 cards and dealer first card.


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    ....but this time,

    Suited 7's (eg. 7♣, 7♣, 7♣) pays 200:1
    Suited 678 (eg. 6♣, 7♣, 8♣) - 100:1

    777 (different suits) - 50:1
    678 (different suits) - 25:1

    Suited 21 (any card combinations of same suit total 21) - 15:1
    21 (any card combination of different suit, totalling 21) - 3:1

    Any 20 or 19 (any card combination totalling 20 or 19) - 2:1

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    There's also a button underneath the side bets labelled All Side Bets.....no prizes for guessing what that does when you place a chip on it!

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    The quoted theoretical return to player (RTP) rates are:

    99.46% on the main game

    Dealer Pair and Player Pair side bet - 95.90%

    21+3 side bet - 96.30%

    Buster - 93.865%

    Top 3 - 91%

    Lucky Lucky - 96.10%

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    Awesome summary, thanks Fester.

    And the key takeaway look at the RTPs (as always), play the main game and avoid the side bets!

    Is their physical-to-virtual card transition as smooth at Evolution's?
    'coz good old fashioned real random beats simulated random any day

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