Review Of Blackjack mFortune Blackjack, Mobile Game
Gaming software: mFortune
Blackjack is the most played casino gambling game in the world and is now available on your mobile thanks to mFortune casino. Simple rules, great graphics,
and just one question - can you beat the dealer?
The rules of blackjack are simple, which is a major reason for the game's enduring popularity. The aim is to get a hand with a value as close to 21 as
possible without going over. A hand that goes over 21 is bust. It's simple!
In blackjack, the suits have no meaning. Number cards have a value equal to their number, while all the picture cards (Jacks, Queens, and Kings) are worth
10. Aces can be worth 11 OR one, whichever is more beneficial to the player holding the hand. For example, a hand with an Ace and an Eight is worth 19 (the
Ace is valued at 11, known as a soft Ace). A hand with an Ace, a Four, and a Nine is worth 14 (the Ace is valued at one, known as a hard Ace, because if it
were valued at 11 the hand would bust).
The player selects their bet value (from as little as 10p) and then the first 2 cards are dealt face up, and the dealer deals himself one card face up. The
player decides if his hand is close enough to 21 that it can beat the dealer's hand, based on the one dealer card he can see. If so, the player stands, and
the dealer shows his cards. If the player wants to try to get closer to 21, they request a hit, and the dealer deals them an additional card.
There are a few extra options for the players at a blackjack table:
Doubling Down - After the initial deal, the player can double the amount of his original bet; but he must take an additional card (and only one card)
from the dealer. If he wins, he wins a 2-to-1 payoff on the total amount of the doubled bet.
Splitting - If the player is dealt a pair in his opening two cards, he can split them into two separate hands. Any two cards that are each worth 10
(Tens, Jacks, Queens, or Kings) are considered a pair for the purpose of splitting. Both hands are played independently of each other, and a new bet equal to
the original bet must be placed on the new hand. A split hand cannot become a blackjack, even if an Ace and a 10-value card make up the hand - it still
counts as 21, but not as a natural blackjack.
Insurance - Whenever the dealer has an Ace showing, he offers the players the chance to buy insurance. Buying insurance is like betting that the
dealer will have blackjack. If the dealer does have blackjack, the player is paid at 2-to-1 on the insurance bet, which can be up to half the amount of the
player's original bet.
Mobile Phone Blackjack payouts:
Win pays 1-1 (evens - double your stake for that hand). A £1 win bet returns £2.
Blackjack (natural) pays 3 to 2. i.e. £2 staked returns £5.
Double pays 2 to 1.
Insurance pays 2 to 1 on the Insurance bet.
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