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21 Burn Blackjack

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How to play 21 Burn Blackjack

Have you ever wished you had a chance to replace just one card in your blackjack round? Just a single card that could have brought a totally different outcome to the game? As usual, Betsoft will make your wished come true.

Betsoft would like to introduce you to its 21 Burn Blackjack, a multi-hand blackjack game, which can be played on three hands at the same time. You play only against a dealer, as there are no other players. There are six decks of cards in the game, and your goal is to draw cards until you get as close to 21 as you can, without exceeding the number.

Compared to standard Las Vegas Strip rules, this game features only a few exceptions, such as the possibility for the player to double up on any first two cards, to split (but only once), then to double on each split, that the dealer hits on soft 17, and that a winning blackjack will be paid 1:1.

In addition to this, Burn Blackjack offers a number of chances to improve your position against the dealer: if you feel you’re doing well with the first card, there’s double down; if you receive the same first two cards, you can split them into two hands; and if you see that the dealer’s first card is and ace, you should ask for insurance. But what distinguishes this version from other blackjack games is burn option – alongside the second card, you are dealt a face down burn card, which allows you to replace your second dealt card for the burn card, in order to boost your odds against the dealer.

Thanks to these small alternations, we’ve received an excellent game of blackjack. It’s both catching and generous, and it allows you to make a good use of your money. Highly recommendable!

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  • 4.0
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    liked it
    Though I wouldn't recommend the source of the game, the game itself pulls a very interesting and fun variation on Blackjack. We all know the feeling when we get something like K/2 vs a dealer 5 (or other low cards) and how much it stinks. Thankfully, by adding 1/2 of your wager, you can get a second card! Blackjack is only 1:1 on this gamemode, but if you burn and hit an ace of spades, it pays 7:1 - and all other spades pay 2:1. Obviously, if you want less house edge stick with American Blackjack but if you're looking for a twist on Blackjack or something interesting, 21 Burn Blackjack is a fine choice.
  • 5.0
    / 5
    Wow whatta game! I like this version of alternative blackjack- it has a very interesting side bet. Known as the "burn card", it is a bet of half your original wager. This side bet allows the player to exchange the 2nd dealt card for a fresh card, so therein lies a multitude of playing strategies available. This game is recommended for smart players that can get the maximum potential benefits of the card switch!
  • 4.0
    / 5
    nice game
  • 3.5
    / 5
    A fun idea, though I'm not mathematically proficient enough to calculate whether the burn card bonus is enough to offset the huge loss of only receiving even money on a blackjack, I did very much enjoy the extra option - note that in this version available here at LCB, it doesn't seem to allow you to place the extra burn card bet, I hope that is fixed at some point because in its present state its not really possible for anybody to use this version to evaluate the game properly. All you really need to know is if the burn card is an ace, you are paid 2 to 1 - if its the ace of spades, you are paid 7 to 1 - the rest of the time, the burn card simply replaces the second card you were dealt, so if you have 6-10, it might magically become 6-5 with no extra cost - and you can do this even without making the extra burn card bet (that is simply for the ace bonuses). Fun, but probably much higher house edge than regular blackjack.

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