All Bets Blackjack Facts & Stats
|Release date:||1st Jul 2019||Provider:||Playtech|
|Game type:||Blackjack||Game category:||Immersive|
|RTP:||Standard Bet: 99.46%
Side Bet: 95.90%
Top 3: 91%
Buster Blackjack: 93.865%
|Min bet:||£1.00||Max bet:||£500|
|Special bets:||Yes||Devices:||Desktop, Tablet, Mobile|
What is All Bets Blackjack?
All Bets Blackjack is an immersive Vegas-rules variant of blackjack with an incredibly diverse number of side bets. This game that allow an unlimited number of players to play at once as opposed to traditional 7 seat blackjack.
Once the dealer has dealt the cards for those playing they’re fed directly into a hopper the players a computer generated image of the cards are shown on the screen rather than physically, allowing different players to make different decisions as the hand progresses.
All Bets Blackjack Paytable
There a number of different bets that can be made, each promising a number of different payouts dependent on the hand that is dealt to the player and/or dealer.
A main bet is your standard blackjack hand.
- Standard Winning Hand - 1/1
- Blackjack - 3/2
- Insurance - 2/1
Player’s first two cards and the dealers first card form a poker hand.
- Suited Three of a Kind - 270/1
- Straight Flush - 180/1
- Three of a Kind - 90/1
Player’s first two cards and dealer’s first card form a combination.
- 777 Suited - 200/1
- 678 Suited - 100/1
- 777 - 50/1
- 678 - 25/1
- 21 Suited - 15/1
- 21 - 3/1
- Any 20 or 19 - 2/1
Dealer goes bust.
- 8 or more cards + player blackjack - 2000/1
- 8 cards + player blackjack - 800/1
- 8 or more cards - 250/1
- 7 cards - 50/1
- 6 cards - 18/1
- 5 cards - 4/1
- 3 or 4 cards - 2/1
Players first two cards and dealers first card form a poker hand.
- Suited Three of a Kind - 100/1
- Straight Flush - 40/1
- Three of a Kind - 30/1
- Straight - 10/1
- Flush - 5/1
- Player Pair / Dealer Pair
- Player/Dealers first two cards form a pair.
- Perfect Pair - 25/1
- Coloured Pair - 12/1
- Mixed Pair - 6/1
If a player wanted to bet on all of the available sidebets it would cost a total of £7 per hand.