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Multiple Action Online Blackjack Games

This is one of my favorite variations of Online Blackjack Games. In this game, you are playing your dealt hand, with two or three bets, against three different dealer hands, but all starting with the same up-card. The game begins with the players placing either two or three bets in three betting circles in front of each player's seat. Let's say the dealer deals himself a 5 while you're sitting with a 15. Basic strategy says you should stand. After all of the players make their decisions, the dealer completes this hand. Let's say he breaks. This is Hand 1, and the dealer pays off the players left in the game (those who have not broken and lost). Now comes Hand 2. You play your same hand, but the dealer must deal himself a new hand starting with that same 5 up-card. This hand is completed and then a third hand is dealt in the same way, with you keeping your same hand and the dealer dealing another hand to that 5 up-card. Going back to your hand of 15, if you hit that 15, let's say against a 10 up-card, you lose all three bets and now must wait for the round of three hands to be completed and another to begin.

This game is really fun when you find yourself in a dealer breaking table. The characteristics of a dealer-breaking table are low up-cards that turn into stiff hands (12-16) and then the dealer breaks. Instead of winning just one hand, now you're winning three. The winnings can pile up fast in a multiple-action game. If you play this game, use basic strategy to play your hands, and use the betting tactics described in 3.

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