Blackjack singlehand – iSoftbet
If you are thinking about playing Blackjack Singlehand, it’s a good idea to learn the basics before you try it for real money. While you can place bets in more than one betting circle with multi-hand Blackjack, single-hand Blackjack allows you to place bets in the centre of the table. Clicking on a betting circle increases your bet. Clicking on it again to decrease it is the same as placing a lower bet. Once you’ve decided to play, the Dealer will deal two cards to each player, one face-up and one face-down.
The house edge for Single Hand Blackjack is about 0.5 percent, so small wins add up quickly. You can double down if your first two cards are an Ace or a ten. Otherwise, you must hit until you reach 17. Hard 17 can be achieved with a pair of 10s and 11s, but it’s rare to get that high. You should also avoid insurance bets. If you do have an insurance bet, you can choose not to play that round.
In single-hand blackjack, players don’t have to surrender their cards. But, it’s still recommended to do so if you get too far behind. Having said that, you should always try to stay even as possible. The card valuations in single-hand blackjack follow a linear pattern. A ten, king, or jack is worth one, while an Ace can be worth eleven or one. If you don’t want to surrender, you should aim to stay even and try to beat your dealer’s hand.