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Rules

Blackjack is a multiplayer game that is played with six decks of cards, which the supervisor shuffles at regular
intervals. Each card deck has 52 cards without jokers. The shuffle card cuts the deck approximately in half.
After reaching the shuffle card, the dealer switches to a new shoe.

The aim of the game is to beat the dealer by having a higher hand value compared to the dealer’s hand
without reaching a total cards value of more than 21 (Bust).

If the player’s hand goes over 21, the player will lose.

The player is able to take any number of available seats. Multiple different players can play from the same
table position with the same cards and they could make different decision on the outcome of the hand.

If the player’s and dealer’s hands are equal, they end in a tie and the players receive their wager back (Push).

The value of the player’s hand is calculated from the cards they were given.

Cards 2 - 10 = face value
Cards K Q J = 10
Ace Card = 1 or 11 (depending on the effect it will have on player’s hand)

The player can also receive a “Blackjack” if the sum of the first two cards dealt to player is 21 (i.e. A + a card
with the value of 10)

If you receive an Ace and a ten-value card in a split hand, it is considered 21 and not Blackjack. In this case
the payout is 1:1, not 3:2.

When “Blackjack” is dealt to a player, there is no option to draw more cards. “Blackjack” cannot be obtained
after splitting cards.

Player’s “Blackjack” = payout of 3:2
All other cases = payout of 1:1

Split

If the player draws a pair combination they only get
the option to Split or Fold. Only specific combina-
tions (see the Chart).

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Split = your bet doubles, you get another card for
both of the opened positions along with the option
to Hit, Stand or Double Down for each of the pair
cards.

Fold = the player will be removed from the round
and the bets will be returned without 20% (i.e. If
bet = 100, the player receives 80 back)

Splitting two Aces restricts you to only one addi-
tional card
for the first Ace. You can split Aces only
once, in all other cases you can split up to three
times.

A split hand cannot be split again.

Split

If the player draws a pair combination they only get the option to Split or Fold. Only specific combinations (see the Chart).

Split = your bet doubles, you get another card for both of the opened positions along with the option to Hit, Stand or Double Down for each of the pair cards.

Fold = the player will be removed from the round and the bets will be returned without 20% (i.e. If bet = 100, the player receives 80 back)

Splitting two Aces restricts you to only one additional card for the first Ace. You can split Aces only once, in all other cases you can split up to three times.

A split hand cannot be split again.

Game layout

Double Down Button

Doubles a bet at any card value [2 or 20] but you
get only one more card.

Hit Button

Repeat all bets from the previous round.

Fold Button

Give up on any additional cards.

Split Button

Splits a hand into two hands.

Seats

A betting place that a player can occupy for one
or more rounds.

Thread Rating:

LMyztik
Hi there Vegas Wizards! A few live casinos offer unlimited blackjack. You can place up to 5 simultaneous bets and an unlimited number of players may also bet on the same hands. It seems quite interesting. Does anyone know the casino hold percentage for this game? Seems fun, but is it profitable enough?
This place includes a few rules of their rules
and another offers it but no specific rules:
Good luck at the tables!
AxelWolf

Hi there Vegas Wizards! A few live casinos offer unlimited blackjack. You can place up to 5 simultaneous bets and an unlimited number of players may also bet on the same hands. It seems quite interesting. Does anyone know the casino hold percentage for this game? Seems fun, but is it profitable enough?
This place includes a few rules of their rules
http://livecasino.winner.com/live-unlimited-blackjack
and another offers it but no specific rules:
http://casino.bet365.com/GamesHelp.aspx?GameId=ubjl
Good luck at the tables!

I'm a bit confused who controls the hits and stands? Each person gets to hit and stand and separate cards complete their hand? Where do the cards come from?
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VPRookie
This is a game by Playtech.
The house edge is about 0.42%
The other Playtech live tables have a house edge of about 0.52%.
The difference comes from the option to surrender, instead of split, some pairs and lose only 20% of your original bet.
So, when playing Playtech live BJ, the unlimited variant should be your first choice.
VPRookie
Venthus

I'm a bit confused who controls the hits and stands? Each person gets to hit and stand and separate cards complete their hand? Where do the cards come from?


'If two players are playing on the same position, one may choose to Stand and the other may choose to Hit. In this case, the dealer will deal another card to the position, but the player who chose to stand will not receive the card.'
So it's like playing a dozen burn cards per hand..
LMyztik

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Very nice response VPRookie! I will certainly consider this as my first choice.
By the way, where does this percentage come from? Just curious, it was almost impossible for me to find that information. As someone mentioned, there would be several cards 'burned' because some players will hit while others stand. How would this affect the house edge?
AxiomOfChoice
Makes no difference. The cards are in random order.
LMyztik

This is a game by Playtech.
The house edge is about 0.42%
The other Playtech live tables have a house edge of about 0.52%.
The difference comes from the option to surrender, instead of split, some pairs and lose only 20% of your original bet.
So, when playing Playtech live BJ, the unlimited variant should be your first choice.
VPRookie

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Where does that 0.42% house edge come from? Just curious.
Also, I found that William Hill, BetFred and Bet365 is supposed to offer it, according to this web site:
but I couldn't even find the rules in their respective web sites.
VPRookie

Where does that 0.42% house edge come from? Just curious.
Also, I found that William Hill, BetFred and Bet365 is supposed to offer it, according to this web site:
http://www.livedealer.org/blog/2011/02/unlimited-live-blackjack/
but I couldn't even find the rules in their respective web sites.

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Well, the main rules are 8-Deck, ENHC, S17, DOA, DAS.
These rules give the house about 0.6% advantage.
But when one doubles vs 10 and dealer gets a BJ only original bet is lost. This lessens the house edge by 0.08%.
Along with this player can early surrender any pair that should be split according to hole card basic strategy. When one surrenders a pair he loses only 20% of his original bet. This makes surrendering some pairs too advantageous. The pairs that should be surrendered are: 6-6 vs 2; 8-8 vs 9; 8-8 vs 10, 8-8 vs A; A-A vs A. Surrendering these pairs improve player’s chances by 0.1%.
0.6 - 0.08 - 0.1 = 0.42%
Any live casino powered by Playtech should have this game, because one table is used by many casinos at a time. But, unfortunately, you can chat only to the dealer and the players from your casino or at least this was the case when I last played this game.
Hope this helps!
VPRookie
VPRookie

The house edge is about 0.42%


By the way, 0.42% is a theoretical result. This is when dealer shuffles after every hand and some plays are according to the composition of the hand. In 8-deck game the difference between total and composition dependant basic strategy is insignificant (about 0.0013%). So, for more realistic results, the house edge should be increased by 0.02% to take into account the cut card effect. So, if you play correctly you should fight against a house edge of about 0.44%.
LMyztik
Thanks for the suggestion.. I liked the game. It is usually my first option when I play at some live casinos. It apparently has basic strategy applied if I do not make any decision so although a little more profitable than regular blackjack (considering I am making 5 bets per hand and some splits), it can be very monotonous, not quite as much but in a way, similar to playing 'slots' or video poker. Do you know what I mean? I read that it is easier to count cards in this one, is it true? That might spicy things (and profits) up a little. Does anyone know?