Multi-Hand Atlantic City Blackjack
If you think one hand of Atlantic City Blackjack by Microgaming is fun, just think of how much fun it would be to play five hands at the same time!
Microgaming’s version of Atlantic City Blackjack involves 8 decks of 52 cards that are re-shuffled at the start of every game. Like in the single-hand version, what sets this game apart from other blackjack options is the Late Surrender feature and its card stack size.
Once cards are dealt, the Dealer will check his cards for blackjack. If the Dealer indicates a blackjack is eminent, you will be allowed to surrender your half your wager in exchange for not playing out your hand.
In other words, if the Dealer indicates a blackjack and you know you can’t possibly beat it with your first two cards, it’s a chance to keep at least a portion of your hard-earned money.
Keep in mind, once you act on your cards (drawing a third card, splitting, doubling down, etc), the Late Surrender option is no longer available.
Atlantic City Blackjack will offer otherwise standard Microgaming rules. You can split up to three hands (for a total of four), unless you choose to split Aces, which can only be split once.
Doubling Down is available on any of your first two cards, unless your first two cards equal 21 (no doubling down on Blackjack).
This game, as with all blackjack games on the Microgaming platform, has several other features available, including auto-play and player-modified strategy cards.
Table limits range from 1 to 500 credits.
If you’re a multi-tasker at heart, playing the multi-hand blackjack games is really the way to go.
I like it when I’m crunched for time-and I also like it when I’m on a winning streak. It’s the best way to spread the love!