Low Limit Single Deck

Featuring a 99.55% theoretical payout,  NetEnt’s Single Deck is a solid option for players looking for good value for money. Perfect design and interface, low limit stakes of just 10 pennies/cents are some of the benefits it has to offer. However when compared to other Single Deck blackjack games, the rules are rather strict, which results in slightly higher house edge.

This particular title is in many ways similar to Microgaming Single Deck Gold , as it has the dealer hits a soft 17, checks for blackjack and offers Insurance when the face card is Ace. Late surrender is not supported, but if you prefer to have this option available, then head over to Single Deck version developed by Play’n Go.

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Single Deck Netent Rules

The game employs a standard set of American blackjack rules, where the dealer is given one card face up and the other face down. That’s actually quite unique since most other single deck blackjacks, like the ones offered by Amaya or BetSoft for example, follow European blackjack rules, which means that the dealer doesn’t check for blackjack. (And in case he does, you will loose not only your original bet, but also splits and doubles).

  • Dealer draws to 16 and hits on soft 17.
  • Double down can only be performed on cards with combined value of 10 or 11.
  • One card after doubling.
  • Players allowed to split once per hand.
  • You can hit or double down after splitting.
  • Split Aces are only dealt one card each.
  • 21 on split hands counts as 21 and not blackjack.
  • Blackjack and insurance pay 3:2 and 2:1 respectively.
  • If you have a blackjack and the dealer face-up card you can choose to take even money (1:1).
  • Hands of equal value are a push.

Limits & User Interface

Table limits are where the Netent title can win or lose the race with its competitors. It’s perfect for low limit players, but the maximum bet per hand of just $40 won’t suite those looking to play blackjack with high stakes. Meanwhile, the impressive user interface does cushion the blow, coming equipped with numerous helpful features such as game speed and various sound effects.