How to Play Blackjack Switch
The game uses two hands. To make bets, the player can use chips with a face value of 1 to 100 credits. You can bet on the victory of any of the hands. The game also provides for an additional bet: Super Match. It covers the following game situations:
Four cards of the same value.
After placing the chips, the player gets access to an additional menu. Key x2 doubles the amount bet. With the Clear Bets button the user removes all chips from the playing field. Start the deal by clicking on Deal. After that, the dealer and the player in each of the active hands is given two cards. On the right side of the screen appears 4 additional keys:
X2 – double the bet.
Switch – to swap the top cards in the hands.
Hit – to take an additional card.
Stand – to leave the combination unchanged.
If the hand has two identical cards, you can split it into two different combinations, using the Split button. The participant of the party, who scored 21 points or a smaller amount, as close to this value, is considered to be the winner. If the number of points was more, it leads to a loss. Blackjack points are counted as follows:
2-10 – at their face value.
Jack, queen, king – 10.
Ace – 1 or 11.
The amount of points in the presence of an ace on the hand is calculated from which value is more favorable to the player. After the end of the game the user can repeat the previous bets by pressing Rebet or Rebet and Deal.
Design and Payout
The game has a classic design. The playing field imitates a table with a green cloth and wooden edges. In the upper right part there is a plate with the limits.
How to Win at Blackjack Switch
Blackjack Switch initially gives the user a high chance of winning. The theoretical rate of return to the player is over 99%! When a pair is hit, it is not recommended to split it, because the combination itself is a winning one thanks to the additional bet Super Match. If the dealer’s open cards were 2, 3 or 4, the player should take additional cards up to 12, when the dealer has 5 or 6, it is worth doubling, and if the virtual opponent has a stronger combination, it is recommended to take cards up to 17 points.
Four cards of the same value 40 to 1
Two Pair 8 to 1
Three of a Kind 5 to 1
Pair 1 to 1
Player’s Draw 2 to 1
Blackjack 3 to 1