Blackjack Surrender is a Blackjack lover’s dream come true with streamlined gameplay that allows players to enjoy up to 5 hands of Blackjack in a single round. This variation on the classic game of Blackjack has fast become one of the most popular styles enjoyed by players at Casino King. What makes this game most unique is the player’s ability to surrender their initial two-card draw for a payout before the dealer’s second card is revealed. Employing strategy and excitement, Blackjack Surrender is a game of 21 you can’t afford to miss.
To begin, the player’s goal in Blackjack Surrender is to hold a hand valued at 21 points or is closer to 21 than the dealer’s hand without going over the point value of 21. In Blackjack Surrender, an Ace is valued at either 1 or 11 points, face cards are all valued at 10 points, and number cards count at their face values.
Players will feel right at home with this game’s true-to-life design. Take your seat at the Blackjack table as though you were really at a casino and play as many as five hands at a time, each with an individual wager. The same great feel and atmosphere are yours to enjoy with every round and the opportunities to see rewards stack up is no less potent than at the local casino.
How to Play
The premise of Blackjack Surrender is no different than the standard game of Blackjack with the exception of the surrender rule, which is unique to this variation of the game. Players looking to get in on the action can do so with ease. The stakes are the first choice players will need to make before the cards can be dealt. This game offers several denominations of wagering to choose from, which enables players with every sized bankroll to enjoy the entertainment. Once a stake level has been determined, players will want to decide on how many hands they’ll be playing each round. Up to 5 hands can be played in any given round, each with its own unique wager.
Once the wagering and number of hands have been determined, players will be able to start the game by pressing ‘DEAL’. Both the player and dealer will receive their first two cards. The player will be able to ‘HIT’, receive another card, or ‘STAND’, remain with the cards in their hand, at any point during the game when it is their turn. Once the dealer’s turn arrives, it will be determined who has the higher value hand. Wins will be paid out accordingly.
The most unique feature in Blackjack Surrender is the ability to ‘SURRENDER’ the player’s hand before the dealer’s second card is shown. The feature allows for an opportunity to receive a payout based on whether or not the player predicts the dealer has a perfect blackjack, or n initially dealt hand valued at 21 points. The rule can be used strategically to minimize losses.
Splitting is available, which allows players who receive two identical cards to split that hand into two separate hands based on the original bet.
Doubling down comes into play as well, allowing players who double their wager on a given hand and receive only one more card.
Insurance will allow players to buy insurance on a hand in which they believe the dealer holds a blackjack. If their prediction is correct, they will receive 2 to 1 on their insurance wager. If incorrect, the money is forfeited.
7-Card Charlie is another unique instance where if the player receives 7 cards without going bust, they will automatically win.
Side bets are also available in a number of instances.
Payouts can be quite substantial depending on the player’s wager. However, nothing pays out as much as a suited three of a kind, which rewards players at a rate of 100:1