How to play 'Super Fun 21' Blackjack
How to play ‘Super Fun 21’ Blackjack
Which is the most iconic casino game? Is it the traditional game of chance of roulette, for example, or the more rustic alternative of poker? Perhaps it is the European-influenced Baccarat, which is renowned as the personal favourite of international spy and man of mystery James Bond? To many it is the classic game of blackjack, which is a staple feature of both bricks and mortar casinos and the online outlets. With multiple formats each requiring a unique blend of skill and chance, it is one of the most popular casino games throughout the world.
In terms of fresh and fun variation, few are as popular as Super Fun 21 Blackjack. This format of the game is renowned for offering a range of financial incentives and bonuses, each of which is available unconditionally and without the need for players to place any additional side bet. This is not the only variation from standard blackjack, however, as there are also alternative rules that will ultimately influence the strategy that you adopt over time. Super Fun 21 Blackjack is played with a single deck of regular playing cards, for example, while gameplay also varies considerably from the traditional version.
For instance, players can split any two cards that have the same equal value in their hand. This includes unalike ten value cards such as Jacks, Queens and Kings. Splitting cards affords you more flexibility when constructing your hand, although it will require you to place an additional bet that must at least match your original wager. This game also features numerous ’doubling down’ hands, where players can double-down on any two cards after they have split their hand for the very first time.
As this game is an ‘in the hole’ card game, the dealer will always be checking for Blackjack when he is holding an ace or a ten. If he does, he will reveal this hand and bring the game to a conclusion. The dealer is also required to always hit a soft 17 hand, which boost your winning probability as a player and creates an interesting edge for competitors.
In terms of pay-outs, this version of Blackjack is similar to the original in that it offers typical odds of 2/1. The value in this format lies in bonus bets and rebates, as not only does a players’ blackjack beat a dealers’ blackjack but a competitors blackjack in the suit of diamond also pays out at an additional 2/1. There is also a rule prominent in the British version of Pontoon, where players who draw six or more cards with a cumulative value of 20 or less will automatically win.