To start the game, you choose between one and three hands, tossing in a wager (the ante) for each hand. Press “Deal” to receive multiple two-card hands, and the rest is up to you. Hit if you want another card, or Stand if you’re good with what you have. Split a hand into two if you have two equal-value cards, or Double Down if you think that one more card will make you a winner. As is the case with traditional blackjack, you can opt for Insurance if the Dealer has a visible Ace, or Surrender your hand if your prospects look grim.
If you’re playing more than one hand, you’ll choose an individual action for each hand – the dealer’s hand doesn’t change. Do whatever you can to get a higher score than the dealer without busting (going over 21). At the end of the round, the dealer’s hole card is revealed – the hand is compared with each of your hands, and you get a 1:1 payout with each win. If the round is a push, you’ll get your bet back; a loss results in your wagers going to the house.
Multi-Hand Blackjack can be played on multiple devices. All you need is an internet connection, and you can play from your desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile.