Blackjack Single Deck is a Sheriff Gaming poker game that uses a single deck of cards, rather than the usual 8 decks used on other games. Gamblers can play up to 3 simultaneous hands against the dealer, which can further strengthen strategy and the overall chance of winning.
How to Play Blackjack Single Deck
There's a variety of casino chips below the reels. These may be greyed out if your casino balance is low. You can choose multiple chips from each stack to shape your bet and can even play 3 hands at a time if you want.
The basic aim is to beat the dealer without going bust. The key number is 21, which can be achieved in a number of ways. Blackjack is instantly called if you draw and Ace and 10 (10, Jack, Queen or King) but there are other ways to make up the numbers.
You can change the amount being bet at the start of each hand, or can just repeat your previous hands wager.
Blackjack Single Deck Special Characteristics
The deck is shuffled before every new hand, which keeps things random. If you choose to play 3 hands you can make use of some additional strategy. For example if your first 2 hands total 20 there's a good chance your third hand won't (especially if the dealer already has 10). There's other strategies too, which is why it's handy to use the free Blackjack Single Deck game above to hone your skills.
Author: Natalie Stephanopoulos