Fans of Blackjack will not be disappointed in NetEnt's faithful recreation of the popular tabler. Perfect Blackjack is exactly what is name describes, a perfect iteration of the classic card game. NetEnt offers seven seat tables to an immersivre experience that packs all the whiz-bangs of a brick-and-mortar casino into the comfort of home. The game comes loaded with professional dealers, features, options, and fast-paced gameplay. It also plays the simplicity and presents a straighforward version of the live casino game.
Perfect Blackjack has high-quality graphics and is presented in HTML. This allows the game to be fully available on every operating system from Android to IOS. The game can be enjoyed from home but can also be taken mobile. Players can communicate directly with the dealer via a player chat. Through this communication they can facilitate side-bets.
NetEnt's version includes a special side-bet called insurance. The feature is unlocked whenever the dealer shows an ace. It gives players the opportunity to wager on the outcome of their round. They can double down on themselves or play it safe and root for the dealer. This allows them the ability to make some of their money back in the event they lose. Perfect Blackjack also carries all the features a traditional game of Blackjack includes in its gameplay.
Blackjack is an easy table game to master. It is the hunt for 21 that is sparred between a dealer and a player. The one on one contest is played over the entry fee pot. The first side to reach 21 wins and if either side busts it is an automatic loss. NetEnt's Perfect Blackjack holds to the standard rules so players have the option to hit, stay, double down, or split.
In Blackjack the dealer and the player both recieve two cards. One card is played face up and one is played face down. At the onset of the round the face-down cards are flipped revealing their values. Should either side add up to 21 it is Blackjack and they win. If neither adds up to 21 the hunt begins. Players and dealer can add cards that increase their hand's value. If they go over 21 they bust and lose.
Adding cards is called a hit. If the player or dealer decides they do not want additional cards it is called a stay. Players can increase their wager with a double down. This increases the stake by 100% and gives them one hit to earn the winning hand. If the player should have an opening hand with two identical cards they can instigate a split. This allows them to divied the hand into two seperate hands allowing them more opportunity to win.
The main strategy in Blackjack is to decrease house odds as much as possible. One way to do this is to avoid high payout tables and focus on low payout tables. This is because lower value tables also have better odds. Taking advantage of insurance and split options also lower the odds. A split gives you two chances to win and insurance allows you to bet on both outcomes of a match.
As far as gameplay, it is never a good idea to hit when your hand gets very high. The general rule is to stay once you hand goes over sixteen. This is because most additional cards will put you over 21. If you reach a high number on the opening hand stay. This forces the dealer to add cards in order to catch you. Most often this ends in a bust. Also, never double down unless it is as close to a sure thing as possible.