• Net Entertainment Casino Blackjack

    Net Entertainment's motto “Better Games Means Better Business” certainly applies to their blackjack tables—the graphics are crisp, the play is smooth, and the attention to even the smallest detail is commendable, right down to how they describe a lost hand.

    Apparently, a player doesn’t “lose” a hand in NetEnt blackjack, they just “No Win”. Net Entertainment offers three different ways to play this casino standard—Blackjack Classic Series, Blackjack Professional Series, and Mini Blackjack.

    While the table limits will differ with each game, and each casino, the rules and payouts for each of their blackjack games are the same, and we’ve listed them here for your reference:

    • 4 decks of cards are used and reshuffled after each hand.
    • Dealer's hand has one card face up, one card down (hole card).
    • Dealer stands on 17 (hard and soft).
    • Player's Blackjack pays 3:2
    • 21 pays 1:1
    • You can double down on any 2 cards.
    • You can double after splitting.
    • You can't split a split hand.
    • You can only split aces once.
    • Only one card dealt to split aces.
    • Insurance is available when the dealer shows an Ace.

    As always, make sure to become familiar with each casino’s terms and conditions prior to wagering.

    Net Entertainment has been around since 1996 and is considered to be one of the pioneers in online gambling. They developed their own in house software and launched their first casino in 2000. Since then, more than 60 gaming sites use Net Entertainment technology, a testament to the quality of their in-house development team and overall business strategy.

    Net Entertainment software platform supports 22 different languages including English, Spanish, German, Dutch, Turkish, Greek, Hebrew, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Finnish, Russian, Italian, Polish, French, Czech, Portuguese, Estonian, Croatin, Hungarian, Romanian and Bulgarian.