3-to-1 Blackjack is a new side bet played in conjunction with a six-deck or eight-deck Blackjack game. Simple, easy-to-follow rules make this a popular choice on casino tables and offers the customer an exciting new element to traditional blackjack. Based on card colour, the player can win odds of 3-to-1 with very little effect on game speed or game processes.
3 to 1 Blackjack Key Features
|Little effect on game speed|
|Easy for players to understand|
|Easy for Dealers to learn the procedures|
|Increased house advantage|
|High pay out frequency of 24.5%|
|Increases Blackjack hold percentage|
|Can increase revenue|
|House edge of 4.65%
On a 6-deck game
If the player's first two cards are the same colour and the traditional Blackjack hand is a push, the 3 to 1 Blackjack wager is a push.
If the player splits, the 3 to 1 Blackjack wager stays with the first hand and the player cannot put up and additional 3 to 1 Blackjack bet.
If the player doubles down, the 3 to 1 Blackjack wager stays with the hand and must win. The player cannot put up an additional 3 to 1 Blackjack bet.
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