Blackjack Variations

Anyone who’s interested in blackjack knows that there are plenty of variations out there. What you may be wondering is whether any of these variations are offered online and what the differences between them are.  Many times the differences come down to whether or not the dealer hits or stands on a soft 17, whether the player can surrender, how many decks are used in the game, and if the options to split or double exist. These differences are predominantly between American blackjack and European blackjack. For instance, in most versions of European blackjack, the dealer always stands on a soft 17 and surrendering is not an option. In the American version the dealer hits on a soft 17 and you can usually surrender. Both are generally played online with 6-8 decks and offer splitting, doubling, and insurance.

However, there are far more exotic forms of blackjack out there. Some online casinos will give you an additional payout if you get a suited blackjack or get 5 or more cards without busting. Some blackjack games are linked to a progressive jackpot, which is generally won if the player gets a specific arrangement or combination of cards (such as three same-suit of a number).  In blackjack switch by Playtech, the player places 2 wagers and plays 2 hands. The best part about blackjack switch is that the player can switch the 2nd card dealt on one hand with the 2nd card dealt to the other, thereby possibly improving both hands. This variety of blackjack offers the meager .17% house edge, making it one of the better varieties of casino games to play; even beating the low-edge craps at its 1.46%.

Before playing any blackjack variation, however, it’s up to the player to fully read the rules in order to make sure they understand the game  play. Most reputable online casinos will have the rules clearly listed so that the player can refer to them at any point in time while playing. It also helps if you can find a free version to practice at. The different variations of blackjack will have varying degrees of a house edge (though standard blackjack generally has one of the lowest5 in the industry). Always do your research before playing.

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