In Blackjack single hand, players receive two cards and must determine the value of these cards. The dealer then asks if the player wants to double, split or bust, or if they want to take Insurance. The game is played with six decks, which are shuffled after each round. After joining the game, players must select a chip from a selection panel. They can bet using any type of currency, except e-wallets and prepaid cards.
The dealer may offer insurance. This pays two-to-one on the hand of the dealer, but the player cannot hit an ace. Multi-hand blackjack uses three or five decks and allows players to play between three and five hands per deal. A push is a tie, for example, when the dealer and the player have the same number of cards (such as 16). In this case, both players get paid, and no one wins.
In Single Deck Blackjack, the goal is to get as close to 21 as possible without busting the dealer. This is usually achieved by standing on an ace and any ten-point card. The game is similar to that of double-deck blackjack. The players can double-down and place another bet if they feel the dealer is about to bust, or they can split the cards to make a winning combination. The main objective of Single Deck Blackjack is to avoid busting the dealer.