• Double Exposure Multi-Hand Blackjack

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    Microgaming’s Double Exposure Blackjack leaves nothing to the imagination- both of the Dealer’s cards are uncovered at the time of the deal.

    Using 8 regular decks of 52 cards, Double Exposure leaves the Dealer wide open, but don’t think that makes winning easy. Those naked cards come at some concessions to payout and rules.

    Since it’s less of a guessing game, a “natural” blackjack (of the two-card variety) pays out at even money.

    While a Blackjack tie goes to the player, the Dealer has the right to every other tie (and the Dealer never pushes). As we see in a lot of Microgaming blackjacks, the dealer must hit a soft 17.

    Doubling Down takes European rules, meaning it is only allowed when the initial two-card total is 9, 10 or 11. You can split up to three times for a total of four pairs of cards.

    Aces can be split and re-split, but only one additional card will be given to them before you are forced to stand. In Double Exposure Blackjack, all 10-value cards are seen as equal, so you can split unlike 10-value cards if you’d like.

    Because of the total exposure of the Dealer’s hand, no insurance or surrender is offered. Table bets will range from 1 to 500 credits.

    Double Exposure is offered in both single-hand and a multi-hand versions, each with their own set of strategy.

    There are 5 hands to play in the multi-hand version, so it’s a great way to practice or just hit the table for all it has.

    The following recommended casinos have Double Exposure in both versions, as well as a whole host of Microgaming blackjack varieties. Slip into one today to see them all for yourself.