DoubleXposure NetEnt

DoubleXposure Blackjack by Net Entertainment easily stands out of the crowd when it comes to blackjack variants offered in online casinos. The common name of this game is Face Up or Double Exposure Blackjack, due to the fact that both dealer cards are dealt face up. To ensure that the casino still has an advantage over the player, the blackjack payout has been lowered, while there are some other minor drawbacks as well.

The game is played with six regular decks which are shuffled after each round and three hands are allowed per round. A very good user interface developed by NetEnt comes with three table limits, offers a rewarding gaming experience to the player. You can try this game for free, here on

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Double Exposure Netent Rules

Both the player and dealer are dealt two cards face up, which definitely lowers the house advantage, but this is why blackjack pays even money (1:1) rather than 3:2 and dealer wins all ties apart from tied blackjack. Dealer stands on all 17s and must draw at 16. Double down can only be performed if the initial card total is 9, 10 or 11. Only one card is dealt after doubling before the hand automatically stands.

Any first two cards of the same value can be split, although split aces will only receive one card each. The overall payout percentage stands at 99.33%, which is better than some Blackjack variants, but not as good as the 99.83% payout of NetEnt’s single deck game. Btw, Play’n Go Double Exposure game has similar rules and payouts, but the bet limits aren’t as wide.

User Interface & Limits

DoubleXposure Blackjack comes with a high-quality user interface that is both fast and comes with numerous built-in features, allowing gamers to select gameplay speed from 1 to 9. We also like the three table limits on offer, as low roller ($0.10-$5), standard ($1-$40) and high roller ($25-$500) are in place to help the player choose the preferred coin value.