Super 7 Blackjack
Super 7 Blackjack is a rousing multi-hand version of Blackjack that allows players to participate with 3 hands of Blackjack simultaneously. The game also contains a Super 7 bonus side game that provides players with the additional opportunity of winning an additional 5000 coins. In Super 7 Blackjack, each hand plays against the dealer independently of other hands, which is the defining characteristic of this version of blackjack.
In Super 7 Blackjack, the game is played using 6 decks of cards. Like traditional blackjack, players draw cards until their hand adds up to 21, or comes as close as possible without exceeding 21. Should the first two cards dealt have a total value of 21, the hand is called Blackjack.
The Blackjack Rules in this Game
In terms of standard Blackjack play, in Super 7 Blackjack the bulk of the regulations are the same. Like standard blackjack, if the total value of any hand is closer to 21 than the dealers’ hand, that hand wins an amount equivalent to the amount wagered. Blackjack wins at a pay-out of 3 : 2, assuming the dealer does not also have Blackjack. The card values are the same as for standard blackjack, and going bust loses the entire wager. Any hand with the same total as the dealer, from 17 upwards results in a so-called push. A hand of blackjack beats a score of 21.
Furthermore, the deck is shuffled after each round, players may only split once, and doubling up is allowed after splitting. In Super 7 Blackjack the dealer only peeks for Blackjack if his open card is an Ace and insurance has been taken. The minimum wager in the main Super 7 Blackjack game is 1 coin, and the maximum wager is 500 coins.
The Super 7 Side Bet Bonus
In Super 7 Blackjack players have the option of participating in the Super 7s side bet game. This is a completely separate side game to the main blackjack game, and although part of the Super 7 Blackjack game, needs to be undertaken separately. The Super 7’s side bet game is activated by placing a 1 coin bet in the Super 7 Bet marker.
The basic rules and premise of this side game is fairly simple. If the first card dealt to the player is a 7, then the player is immediately rewarded at 3 to 1 odds. The pay-out rate for all the possible hands are available to be seen in the pay table, but in principle increases with each successive 7 that the player receives. Of crucial importance in this game is that the very first card dealt should be a 7 or the Super 7’s side bet will be lost.
Winning at Super 7 Blackjack
Super 7 Side bet will pay out 3 : 1 if the first cards dealt is a 7. Receiving two 7’s consecutively carries a reward of a 50 : 1 pay-out, which is increased to 100 : 1 if these sevens are of the same suit. To continue, if the third card dealt is also a 7, the player will win 500: 1, and if all three 7’s thus dealt are of the same suit, players can expect a reward of 5000 : 1.
This side game adds an extra dimension to a relatively strict blackjack game, and gives Super 7 Blackjack an entirely fresh perspective and interest.