Live Common Draw Blackjack
Live Common Draw Blackjack is a mutiplayer common draw Blackjack game.The game is played with 6 decks of cards and is hosted by a live dealer.
The cards are shuffled in an automatic shuffling machine.
The object of the game is to create a hand with a value that is equal to or
closer to 21 than the dealer's hand without going over.
The minimum and maximum bets for the table are displayed on the MIN/MAX section of the screen. Payouts are made according to the Paytable.
To view the Paytable, open the Information Menu.
When the table is closing, the dealer will inform you of the remaining number of game rounds. You will then be directed to the casino lobby.
At the start of a game round the dealer invites you to place your bets. The bet timer begins to count down in seconds. To place a bet, select a chip value and click on the betting box. Additional clicks on the betting box place additional chips of the same value.
The Card Stream
Live Common Draw Blackjack is common draw game, which means all players at the table play the game from a common set of cards placed on the table. This common set of cards is called the card stream.
After the close of betting, the dealer deals one card face up to themselves, and two cards face up into the card stream. The dealer's first card is not part of the stream.
Based on the value of the two cards dealt into the card stream and the dealer's card, you and each player at the table will decide how to proceed with the hand according to Blackjack rules.
If you decide to hit, double, or split, the next card or cards dealt into the stream are counted toward those decisions.
If you decide to stand, or your hand busts, cards may continue to be dealt into the card stream as other players at the table have not yet completed their hands.
Once all players have concluded their hands, the dealer draws a card or cards to their own hand. The game round is finished when the dealer concludes their hand. The dealer then clears the table and all winning bets are paid.
Playing Your Hand
Number cards (2-10) count as face value, aces
count as either 1 or 11, and kings, queens, and jacks count as 10.
A Soft hand is a hand with an ace that can be counted as either 1 or 11 without busting.
A Hard hand is a hand without an ace, or a hand with an ace that can only have a value of 1.
After the first 2 cards are dealt into the card stream, the action timer begins to count down. You have 3 available options:
Depending on your cards and the dealer's card, you may additionally have the options to split, take even money or take insurance.
If the first two cards in the card stream have the same value, you can split them into separate hands.Splitting doubles your initial bet, and you play both hands, one after the other.
After splitting Aces you will receive only one additional card for each split hand. For all split hands except split aces, you can hit multiple times.
In a split hand, an Ace and a card with a value of 10 will be counted as 21 and not Blackjack.
If the dealer's first card is an Ace, you can buy insurance. Insurance costs half the value of the initial bet and pays 2 to 1 if the dealer gets Blackjack. If you take the insurance and the dealer does not have Blackjack, you lose the insurance bet.
The chat feature allows you to communicate with
the dealer and other players at the same table.
The chat system only supports the English character set.
The billboard displays statistical information about previous and current game round results.
Return to Player
The theoretical return to player for this game is 99.50%
Play for fun
New Live Casino players may have the option to play for fun. When playing for fun players are granted a defined number of play for fun game rounds. When the play for fun game rounds are depleted the player will be asked to play at a ‘real' game table.
When playing for fun players are granted a ‘fun' balance that will refresh automatically when depleted. The play for fun game balance and game rounds are non-transferable.
The following game features and settings may be subject to the terms and conditions of the gaming site. For more information on the following, refer to the gaming website: