The wombat says: Just when you thought there couldn’t possibly be another Blackjack online game, along comes NextGen offering multiple ways to win in their Blackjack Pro Monte Carlo Multi Hand release. When it comes to online blackjack, games are typically split down into 2 different categories: multi-hand and single hand games like Net Ent’s Blackjack Single Deck Touch offering- also good by the way.
This version is your standard multi-hand blackjack game – meaning you can play with up to 3 hands – that delivers with some decent graphics and straightforward gameplay. Lets take a look. Chips at the ready (and we don’t mean the potato kind)!
And let’s just remind ourselves of the big win here, which is the house edge which is significantly lower than games like Louisiana Double Video Poker, in fact we are talking a very lean 98-98.55%
Look and Feel
With a nice sharp design the action takes place on the familiar green baize of the casino Blackjack table. OK, there’s nothing groundbreaking about that Wombat Fans, but we do like the soft jazz soundtrack and the whole thing is very easy to navigate! You can always head to Odd One In if you are looking for a card game that’s a bit different. Blackjack fans- you read on.
Experienced players: you can opt for up to 3 hands in play in this version of Blackjack, but here’s some Wombat Casino advice for the newbies, it would be better to probably start off with just one hand, to begin with.
Here’s a quick refresher for you: the aim of the game is to try and draw as close to 21 as possible in your hand and beat the dealer’s hand while you’re at it. Keep drawing cards that come to above 21, and you’ll go bust, meaning the round is over. BUT, if you do manage to beat the dealer’s hand, you will receive a payout (depending on what winning cards you’ve got). With this multi -hand version of Blackjack Pro Monte Carlo, you will be playing with six decks, which allows us players to bet on 3 hands simultaneously, offering 3 great chances to beat the dealer and win.
To start the game, simply place your bets in each of the 3 chip areas on the table. Once your bets are on the table, the cards are dealt and you can choose to play one of usual options that include; taking insurance, to double, to hit, to stand or to split.
Bets and Payouts
As always, NextGen have kept it simple here and the betting options are pretty straightforward, starting from £00.1 and rising to a quite frankly mind boggling maximum bet of £1,000. High Roller alert! In terms of payouts, earning a Blackjack will pay at 3:2, a standard winning hand is 1:1 and an insurance bet is 2:1. Need to check out the full paytable Wombat Fans? Click on the till icon at the top left of the screen to get all the info. You can also change the game settings by clicking in the spanner symbol.
Blackjack Pro Monte Carlo Multi Hand is a great game for any Blackjack fan – and of course, the multiple hands means that during the game play your odds of winning are much better (x3 to be exact). All in all, this is a decent little table game from those Aussie slot wizards NextGen, that we will play here at Wombat Towers when we are next looking for a a BlackJack fix.