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BetRivers Multi-Hand Blackjack Surrender


Online blackjack is often more fun when playing multiple hands, as doing so allows bettors to feel like they are at a full blackjack table, even if they are just by themselves. The BetRivers Multi-Hand Blackjack Surrender game allows players to get that feeling, letting them play several hands at once. This game also gives players the chance to enjoy a slight twist on the typical online blackjack experience.


How the BetRivers Multi-Hand Blackjack Surrender Game Works

With this BetRivers blackjack title, bettors can play up to three hands of blackjack at a time, betting separate amounts on each as they please. Each hand is competing with the dealer, who bettors hope will bust in order to collect winnings on anywhere from one to three hands at a time. But it is the surrender option that makes this game one of the more interesting on the online blackjack scene right now.

If a hand is not going well for a player, they can choose to surrender it rather than hitting or standing and hoping for the best. Doing so gives players half of their original bet amount back while the other half of the bet is surrendered. This can be a decent way to save face if the dealer is showing a favorable card and the player’s hand is in an uncomfortable position.


About BetRivers Casino

BetRivers Casino is available to players in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and West Virginia. They offer a very strong selection of both slots and table games from a massive group of game developers, including IGT, from which this game comes. In addition to the typical slots and table games, bettors can easily access games like video poker and Slingo to enjoy more variety.

BetRivers Multi-Hand Blackjack Surrender - Questions and answers

The maximum payout for the game on a single hand would be the 3:2 payout from a blackjack. With a max bet amount of $1,000 on each hand, bettors can earn a $1,500 profit should a $1,000 hand end with a blackjack.

Outside of the 3:2 payout for blackjacks, there are no bonus rounds in this game. Bettors can choose to buy insurance if the dealer is showing a card that could lead to a blackjack, which pays 2:1, but there are no true bonuses to be found.

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