Common Draw Blackjack

A great way to make your online blackjack experience more thrilling is by playing Common Draw Blackjack at a NetEnt Live Casino. This live-dealer variation of the classic game of 21 offers players a wonderful way to enjoy their time with real professional dealers and hopefully stack wonderful payouts. This is a single-hand variation and a few players share the same betting pattern which makes the game more exciting. Common Draw Blackjack is played with 6 standard decks, comprised of 52 playing cards. The estimated RTP for Common Draw Blackjack is 99.50%.

This is a live-dealer blackjack variation which is perfect for multiple players as it allows numerous blackjack enthusiast to compete against the dealer at the same time. You can easily see the decision which most players have made. This being said, even if you are the only one who has set his/her mind on a different decision, the dealer will still play the game in accordance with both yours and the choices of the rest of the players.

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Standing Rule in Common Draw Blackjack

Whenever you play blackjack, it is important to know the rule about standing or hitting on soft 17. If you have joined a Common Draw Blackjack live table, then you will play a game where the dealer must stand on soft 17.

If the dealer is required to stand on soft 17, this is actually beneficial to players as it gives them a slightly bigger advantage in the game. Since the dealer does not have an opportunity to improve his/her hand whenever he/she is holding a soft 17, players have a better chance at winning.

Doubling in Common Draw Blackjack

When playing Common Draw Blackjack, players will also have the chance to choose the option to double their bet and receive an additional card to their hand. Unfortunately, this betting feature is not available on any hand and players will be able to raise their stakes only on a soft 9, 10 or 11. For those who decide to double down, the dealer will draw another card to their hand which will bring them great payouts if they end up winning.

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In addition to doubling down on their initial two cards, players will also have the chance to double if they decide to split. This is a great option for those who enjoy taking higher risks and play for bigger winnings. It should be noted, however, that players who have split Aces will not be able to double down their wager.

Splitting in Common Draw Blackjack

Whenever players are dealt a pair, they will have the option to split their cards and play with two hands. This would mean that they will also double their initial bet since they will be placing a stake on their newly formed hand. After they have made a split, players will be able to draw as many times as they wish. However, if the split cards are Aces, there will be only a single draw to them.

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Despite the fact that players are allowed to split any two cards, they will not be allowed to make a re-split. This means that they will be able to bet on a maximum of two hands at once.

Insurance Bet in Common Draw Blackjack

NetEnt Live Casino members will have the opportunity to take insurance while playing Common Draw Blackjack. This is possible whenever the dealer’s first card is an Ace. In such cases, players can opt for making an insurance bet which is the half size of their initial blackjack bet. Provided the dealer indeed holds a blackjack, players who have taken insurance will enjoy a payout of 2 to 1 on their insurance bet. This would mean that they will be compensated for their initial bet which is lost on a dealer’s blackjack. You should be careful with the insurance bet as it is easily lost if the dealer ends up not getting a blackjack.

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There is also the option to receive even money whenever the dealer shows Ace and you are holding a natural blackjack. If you decide to make this type of insurance bet, you are paid even money immediately and the round ends without taking into consideration the dealer’s hole card. If you, however, are holding a natural blackjack and decided not to take the even money insurance, you can enjoy the standard 3 to 2 payout. That is, of course, if you beat the hand of the dealer.