Suit ‘Em Up Felt

One of the novelties in the blackjack universe, Suit ‘Em Up side bet, made its way from the Vegas land based casinos to the internet gambling sites. This side bet will award you if your first two cards are of the same suit. Suit Em Up side bet, contrary to the main blackjack bets, turns to be more profitable when more decks of cards are used. When played with 6 decks which is usually the case, it comes with a house edge of 3.41%.

Felt has provided us a variation of blackjack with an adjunct side bet called Suit ‘Em Up. It allows you to play up to three hands at once, which is something more experienced players may find convenient. You should know that there are two online Suit ‘Em Up blackjack games, one by Felt and the other by RTG. RTG Suit Em Up you can play for free on our site and it is also also available to US players.

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Felt Suit ‘Em Up Rules

This game consists of a standard hand of blackjack against the dealer and a “Suit ‘Em Up” side bet and it can be played by one, two or three hands at the same time. Six decks of standard 52 cards are used. The Suit ‘Em Up side bet wins if the first two cards dealt to your hand are the same suit. The biggest payoff comes when you get two Aces of the same suit (50:1). Other payouts include:

  • Suited Blackjack 10:1
  • Suited Pair 5:1
  • Suited Eleven 3:1
  • Suited Other 2:1.

Of course, the Suit ‘Em Up side bet is optional, but you will be asked if you want to place a side bet in case you have forgotten to do it. Aside from the Suit ‘Em Up side bet, the game pays as usual – blackjack pays 3:2 and Insurance pays 2:1. Every time the dealer has an Ace up-card, you will be offered an Insurance bet, but you can switch off this option in the settings menu. Also, you will be offered to Double Down every time your first two cards have a combined total value of 9, 10 and 11. Dealer will stand on soft 17.

User Interface & Limits

We are not impressed with the overall appearance of the game, yet the layout is perfect and you will get easily accustomed and start enjoying your play. You can use 6 different chip values to stake anywhere from $0.10 to $500 which is something that makes this game equally attractive to low rollers and high limit blackjack fans. You will find Hit and Stand buttons to your right, while Split and Double buttons on the opposite side remain inactive unless there is a chance to Split or Double Down.