About Blackjack Monte Carlo Pro: Multi-Hand
NextGen Gaming has two versions of their Blackjack Monte Carlo Pro game for you to play. One of these is the bare-bones original, while the second (this game) offers a multi-hand option for players. For all intents and purposes, both Blackjack games are played in largely the same way. The game doesn’t look as flashy as some other RNG (random number generator) blackjack releases and can be costly to play. However, the addition of multiple betting spots does make the game stand out. What else do you need to know about Blackjack Monte Carlo Pro: Multi-Hand?
Betting and Rules
Chip sizes are fairly straightforward here, stretching from 1.00 up to 100.00, with these figures also the table limits in the RNG game. This hardly makes Blackjack Monte Carlo Pro: Multi-Hand an inexpensive game if you are on a budget, nor does it make it a high rollers delight. Instead, this is a game that is destined for the middle-rollers amongst you.
Blackjack pays 3:2 in this NextGen Gaming release, and insurance coughs up winnings of 2:1. Conventional wins are priced at 1:1. Dealers must draw to sixteen and stand on all seventeens, and there is nothing out of the ordinary about that. Splitting and doubling down all adhere to the Monte Carlo rules, as does the gameplay. A total of six decks are used, and decks are shuffled at the beginning of each round. Blackjack Monte Carlo Pro: Multi-Hand has an RTP of 98.54%, which is lower than many of its counterparts.
Regrettably, there are no bonus features, or other goodies worked into the Blackjack Monte Carlo Pro: Multi-Hand game. What you see is what you get. There are no side bets, no fancy re-bet modes or anything of the sort. There is, as mentioned, the option of betting on multiple hands at once, though.