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Free Perfect Blackjack game

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About Perfect Blackjack

If you're a big fan of Blackjack but would like to play the game with a small twist, then you should perhaps consider trying Perfect Blackjack from Playtech. This essentially Blackjack with one very small twist: you may wager on whether you think the cards that will initially be dealt to you will be a pair or not.

Perfect Blackjack information

We will get into the gameplay down below, but here we will discuss the other elements of the game a little bit. As you probably noticed, the presentation in this one is on par with the other table games on the site. That's not necessarily a bad thing, for the graphics, effects, music, and other elements are all right about where they should be. You can even toggle the color of the table by pressing the button in the upper left-hand corner.

How to play Perfect Blackjack

It is best to approach this like a normal Blackjack game. Start by making your ante wager in the larger circle and then putting in up to $5 in the player's pair ring. Click on "deal" to receive your cards. Now, if you receive a pair, you win a certain prize on the side bet. If you do not, then you lose this side bet regardless of what happens. Note that there are different payouts depending on the type of pair that you get. The highest return is on a "perfect pair" of two of the exact same cards (this variety of Blackjack is played with multiple decks).

Otherwise, this game plays exactly like Blackjack. The goal is, of course, to get as close as possible to 21 without going over. The dealer must draw to 16 and must stand on 17. It is possible to buy insurance, split, and double your bet mid game (on the condition that you are okay with receiving exactly one more card).


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