If you are looking for a top-class blackjack game with superb graphics and big wins, look no further. Mummy’s Gold Casino brings you Multi-hand Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold!
This classic multi-hand blackjack game offers up some of the smoothest graphics and game play you will find online. The game is played with four decks of cards, five hands and a single hole card. In this version of the game, the dealer must stand on 17 but can peak on when he is dealt a ten or an ace.
The setup for Multi-hand Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold is similar to many of Microgaming’s other blackjack games. The screen comprises of a single blackjack table with five slots for betting. The dealer is located at the top of the screen while the player’s chips and game buttons are located at the bottom of the screen.
The game begins by placing your bet on the table. This can be done by clicking on the chips and placing them on the highlighted betting area. The minimum bet that can be placed is 1 coins and the maximum bet is 200 coins.
Once you have placed your bet, you can click on the deal button located at the bottom of the screen. The dealer will then deal you two cards facing up and himself two cards, one up and one down. The aim of Multi-hand Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold is to get as close to 21 points without going over 21, and beating the dealer while doing so!
If your first two cards total up to a low score under 10, you can click on the hit button to request another card. If you have a high scoring hand, you can click on the stand button and see of the dealer can beat your hand.
In Multi-hand Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold, you have the option of doubling down after any deal. Doubling down means that you request a single additional card and the bet is automatically doubled. If you are dealt a hand with two matching cards, you have the option of splitting your cards into two separate hands. In this game you can split up to three times and you can double down on any split.
In Multi-hand Vegas Strip Blackjack Gold, once you have chosen to stand, the dealer will flip over his down facing card and see if he can achieve a higher hand score. If either you or the dealer requests a card and the total goes over 21 points, this is called going bust and you will lose your bet.
In the case of a tie, the hand is a push. The dealer must stand of 17. Blackjack pays out 3:2 while with all other wins 1:1.