How do you Play Double Exposure Blackjack?
This particular version of the thrilling card game made famous more than 300 years ago is played with eight standard decks of 52 playing cards instead of just the one used in the original version of the game. Please note however that each deck is shuffled BEFORE each game.
What is the Aim of the Game?
The aim of Double Exposure Blackjack (as in all versions of this table game) is to beat the Dealer's hand. To do so you’ll have to either get a higher value hand, without going bust (exceeding 21) or by the Dealer going over 21 and going bust.
The Most Powerful Hand in the Game!
A hand of blackjack is the most powerful hand a player can hold and pays the highest rewards. Remember that blackjack consists of an ace and a card value of ‘ten’. This hand automatically stands and cannot be beaten by the Dealer – it can however be matched.
Useful Blackjack Facts
There are a few facts that we think you should keep in mind when playing Double Exposure Blackjack in our software. For ease of reference, we have listed them below:
- You are only able to play one hand at a time
- The Dealer is dealt two face-up cards
- There is no Blackjack Insurance available
Please Note! Before playing Double Exposure Blackjack for real money you can first use the practice option by clicking on the play for practice icon in our Microgaming powered casino software. If you have never played Blackjack before, then we suggest that you do this as it will give you a chance to sharpen your Blackjack skills without it having to cost you any of your casino budget.