England Blackjack™ if you like the flavour of England and enjoy 3-hand blackjack, this game of England Blackjack gives you 3 plays at once that gives you 3 chances to beat the dealer. Beat the dealer with 3-hands at once with a new twist on blackjack with a very proper English theme.
About England Blackjack™
Firstly, select your chip for betting by clicking on a chip at the bottom of the screen. The chip will then rise, indicating it has been selected for betting.
On the table there are three betting circles to place your bets. Each circle is the betting area for a hand of Blackjack. Choose between one and three hands to play. When the mouse pointer is moved inside a circle it becomes highlighted in gold; click in a circle to place a chip at the value selected. Each additional click will add one unit (of the chip value selected) to the bet. The total value of the stake will be displayed alongside the chip/s. Chip values maybe mixed on a particular bet; click on a different chip to change the selected chip value. Use the Clear button to remove all chips from the table. If you want to play all three hands of Blackjack, you must place chips in all three circles. When happy with your bets, click: Deal.
Two cards will be dealt to each hand you are playing. The first of the dealer's cards is placed face down (the 'hole' card), the second is placed face up (the 'upcard'), showing its value. If the dealer's upcard is an ace, you have the option of taking Insurance (see later). Both cards in each of the hands you are playing are placed face up. If all three hands are played, each hand is played one at a time from the right.
The value of your hand will appear alongside your cards. At this stage, if you have two cards of identical value you will be given the option to split them (see later).
Should you have a two-card hand totalling 21 (Blackjack), the dealer will show their hand after the other hands are played. If the dealer does not have Blackjack, you win 3:2 on your stake. If the dealer does have Blackjack, your original stake is returned to you and the game ends (a 'push')
If you do not have 21, you can either take more cards ('hit') or remain at your current total (a 'stand'). Should you decide to continue to take more cards, click the HIT button until you have either gone over 21 ('bust') or you wish to retain your card total and call a STAND. Depending upon your card values, you may also be offered options to DOUBLE or SPLIT your hand.
Should you decide to 'Stand', the dealer will then turn over the HOLE CARD (the dealer's first card, dealt face down). Whether the dealer can now draw any more cards depends on the total of their hand. If the dealer has fewer than 17, they must draw another card. If the dealer's hand equals 17 or over, they may not draw any more cards.
The dealer will continue to draw cards until the card value goes beyond 17, the dealer may go 'bust' should the next draw prove higher than 21, otherwise the players' cards and the dealers' will be compared to determine a winner.