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Playtech have a huge portfolio of gambling products. In addition to slots, the company has also developed a great variant of blackjack, which can bring you a lot of adrenaline. There is no backdrop whatsoever. In front of you will be a table with the name of the game. At the bottom of the screen is the control panel with which you can easily make bets. Thanks to good optimization Blackjack Surrender instantly opens and works without any brakes. You do not need any third party software, you only need a browser and a stable internet connection. If you want a break from the slots and try something new, be sure to pay attention to this game. It will suit both newcomers to casinos and regular gamblers.
Blackjack Surrender is a fascinating game, not unlike the live version. You will be able to feel yourself in the hall of a real casino, without leaving your home. The game is fully automated: there is no live dealer, but there are sound effects that recreate the atmosphere of a real blackjack. To start the game you need to bet using the chips at the bottom of the screen. For each round you can bet from 0.10 to 200 chips. Then you need to click on the ‘Deal’ button and the handing of cards will start. To win you need to have a hand value closer to 21 than the dealer’s, but no higher than this value. Unfortunately, there is no autoplay function like in many video slots. Each round will have to be played manually.
Blackjack Surrender has no classic winning lines. Here you will need to score more points than the dealer to get a payout, but no more than 21.
If the first two cards add up to 21 points, you get blackjack. You can get the highest payout in the game.
Blackjack Surrender has no bonuses that you usually find in casino video games. There are no special symbols, free rounds or bonuses. However, you will be at your disposal insurance bet and additional items. Convenient management of the game provide buttons ‘Hit’, ‘Stand’, ‘Double’, ‘Split’ and ‘Even money’. With the first you can take another card, with the second – stop and stop taking cards. The third doubles the original bet, and the fourth splits the dealt cards. Finally, the fifth, ‘Even money’, is a safety bet that will allow you to win even if the dealer has blackjack. You should use the safety bet if you think the dealer will get 21 points in this round. The odds for this bet are 2:1. In addition, there’s also, for example, a replay button with which you can repeat your bet from the previous round in one click.