Perfect Pairs Blackjack

Perfect Pairs Blackjack combines classic blackjack and side bets together. The base game is still the usual you know and love, but if you manage to get specific card combinations, you are also awarded extra cash prizes. The game runs on HTML5 platform and can be played on all mobile devices. There are visual aids for beginners too; such as showing the total points on the screen and warning you when you are about to make a wrong move, for example asking for one more card while you have a complete of 20.

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Both beginners and experts can enjoy Perfect Pairs Blackjack. The game can be played for free and with a complementary balance of 2.000 coins. This is more than enough for hours of casual gameplay and practice. You can try your luck in the real-money version too; the payouts are standard yet satisfying.

How to Play Perfect Pairs Blackjack?

The interface is clear and attractive; the rules and the rotation are easy and clear. At the bottom, there are 5 betting spots. You can use all of them or only one; the choice is up to you. Each spot has a little circle beneath it; these are used for placing the side stake. Side bet feature is completely optional, but if you want to qualify for the extra payout, you must place a wager on these spots too before the start of a round.

Your goal is to reach a total of 21 points without exceeding this number or just get a summary higher than the dealer. Each card has a different value, which can be seen in this table:

Card

Point Value

Ace

1 or 11

2 – 10

Pip Value

Face Cards (King, Queen, Jack)

10 points

The poker chips at the bottom left side represents your betting means. Each one has a different numeric value; choose one – this will be your stake for the round – and click the betting spot (and the “player’s pair” spot for the side bet) to start.

You and the dealer will both get 2 cards, but one of the dealer’s cards will be face-down. At this point, you can see the aggregated of your hand on the screen. Depending on this entire, you have numerous options:

  • Hit: Shown with a green colored button. Clicking the hit button will give you one more card. You can take as many cards as you want, but must not exceed 21.
  • Stand: If you don’t want another card, opt this standard one. As a general rule, always stand at 17 or higher. Represented with a red colored button.
  • Double: If you’re confident of your hand, feel free to double the first stake you placed. If you have a total of 20 points, you can safely use this option.
  • Split: If the first 2 cards you get are of same value, you can split the cards and play them independently at the same time.
  • Insurance: If you think that the dealer has a blackjack, you can choose this ability. Insurance is a side bet, and you are betting on the outcome of the dealer’s hand. If the dealer has a it, you get half of your entry wager back. As a general rule, use the surrender instead of insurance.
  • Surrender: You can forfeit the lap and get the half of your original bet back.

The dealer will continue to draw more cards for himself, whichever your choice is (other than the surrender option of course, which ends the range immediately). The only limitation is that the dealer is forced to stand when he reaches a complete of 17. At the end of the round, there are 3 possibilities offered in Perfect Pairs Blackjack demo and real money versions:

  • One side exceeds 21: The other side automatically wins.

  • Both sides do not exceed 21: The cards will get compared and the higher summary wins.

  • One side gets exactly 21: The round ends immediately, and the side with 21 points wins the round.

The prize will get paid according to the paytable. If you placed a side bet and won that one too, you will also collect the prize for that option. The paytables are:

Paytable For The Base Perfect Pairs Blackjack

Hand

Payout

Blackjack

3 to 2

Insurance

2 to 1

Higher Hand

1 to 1

 

Paytable For The Side Bet

Hand/Combination

Payout

Perfect Pair

25 to 1

Colored Pair

12 to 1

Non-Colored Pair

6 to 1

You have 2 options at the end of each round: “Rebet & Deal” and “Rebet.” Both offers will start another round with the same betting selections, but the first one will also deal the cards. If you want a fresh circle with different bets, click the “new game” button.

The Perfect Pairs Blackjack Game’s Betting Options

These 0.01 – 0.1 – 0.5 – 1.00 – 5.00 – 10.00 – 25.00 coins are your fixed betting alternatives for each round. You need to place 1.00 coin (minimum stake) to enter the game, and 100.00 coins are the maximum bet you can place. The highest payout of Perfect Pairs Blackjack is 2.500 coins. However, this is only available if you select to participate in the side stake option. The base game pays 3.000 coins maximum.