HD Live Blackjack
The Standard blackjack game streamed in HD from an official and state of the art studio is one of the most attractive offers from NetEnt. The game itself plays pretty much like standard blackjack - 8 decks of 52 cards and the goal is to get as close to 21 without going bust. The difference is that the action is streamed live and handled by an attractive dealer, with the option to split your bets and more. A win is automatically credited if the player's first two cards equal 21 - blackjack. Players can also use an insurance bet, meaning that if the dealer gets a blackjack they will receive their initial bet, only at a lowered amount.
A variety is always welcome in card games and Blackjack Pro from NetEnt brings a new spin to the favorite card game by introducing several variations to how it is played. First and foremost, there are only 4 standard decks of cards. Second and also very important, if the player wins with two jacks of Spades, their initial bet is multiplied by 100x, making this game quite rewarding. The rest of the rules and bet placements are similar to the regular version of blackjack. The idea is to beat the dealer's hand without going bust (over 21).
Double Exposure Blackjack
Newcomers are welcome to try their luck and learn the basics of Blackjack by playing this interesting variation of the popular card game by NetEnt called Double Exposure Blackjack. As the name suggests, this version removes all the guess work involved with other blackjack titles, with the dealer's cards both turn face-up for better player assessment of the situation. The rules of play remain the same - try to beat the dealer’s hand by getting as close as possible to 21. There are 6 standard decks of 52 cards which are shuffled before each round, with blackjack (21 on the first two cards) meaning instant win.
Single Deck Blackjack
NetEnt has created a version of Blackjack which caters mostly to newcomers and people who want to learn what Blackjack is all about. This version is played using a single deck of 52 cards which means that counting cards is a possibility. The idea is to get as close as possible to 21 beating the hand of the dealer. Some distinctions are also present like the inability to get a blackjack if you split aces and other slight variations of the well known rules. The payout for blackjack is 3:2.
Can NetEnt Blackjack Games be Trusted?
All NetEnt games are tested for fairness and their RNG software is certified fair by iTech Labs. These tests are made using mathematical and statistical analysis - randomness tests, shuffling tests for all the variations of blackjack including - single deck, multi deck (4, 6 and 8 deck cards) with and without jokers. With this algorithm employed, players can enjoy their games without worrying that they would get a rigged result (it ensures a truly random check).
NetEnt is also part of eCOGRA's ( the e-Commerce and Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance organization) list of supported and certified software suppliers, with their license renewed on a yearly basis (the last was made on August 11, 2014). They've received their certified software seal which stands as proof for the software's safety, reliability and fairness, working in accordance with the best standards and practices.