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21 + 3 Blackjack

Game Name:
21 + 3 Blackjack – Player's Suite
6 Decks of standard playing cards, shuffled for each hand of play
Blackjack pays:
3 to 2
1 to 1
Insurance pays:
2 to 1
Double Down:
Yes , on any two cards
Double Down after Split:
One allowed per originally split card
Split Aces:
Hit, double down, and re-split on split Aces
Dealer draws on:
Dealer stands on:
All 17's
Software Producer:

Two of the most popular casinos games, Blackjack and Three Card Poker, have been combined to make a single exciting gaming experience. 21+3 features an exciting European-style Blackjack game with an exhilarating side bet that pays up to x100. The Three Card Poker side bet pays based on your first two cards combined with the Dealer's up card.

How to play 21 + 3 Blackjack

In 21+3 Blackjack you try to beat the Dealer by accumulating a card value total close to, but not over, 21 points. You can also make a 3 Card side bet which pays relative to the combination of your first two cards and the Dealer's up card.

Start by placing a bet. The Blackjack 21 bet is required. The 3 Card bet is optional.

You receive two cards, both face up, and the Dealer receives one face up card. If you made a 3 Card bet and these first three cards form a winning outcome, you are immediately paid relative to the side bet pay table. These winnings cannot be affected by your subsequent Blackjack play.

Three Card Poker Pays

Place a bet on the optional 3 Card side bet to be eligible for a win based on your first two cards combined with the Dealer's up card. If these three cards match one of the following combinations, then you win the highest corresponding award in the pay table, listed highest to lowest below.

Suited three of a Kind: Three cards with the same rank, all of the same suit. For three cards to have the same rank, they must have the same number (like three s) or the same picture (like three Queens).

Straight Flush: Three cards of consecutive rank, all of the same suit e.g. 6-7-8 of Hearts.

Three of a Kind: Three cards with the same rank of mixed suits.

Straight: Three cards of consecutive rank of mixed suits. Ace can be high (Queen-King-Ace) or low (Ace-2-3).

Flush: Three cards of the same suit.


Insurance Bets are offered when the Dealer's face up card is an Ace. Subsequent Dealer Blackjack will pay 2 to 1 on any Insurance Bet.

Dealer Blackjack beats all Player outcomes causing loss of all Player main bets. The exception is when Player and Dealer both have Blackjack, in which case the main bet is returned to the Player.

Player Rules

Blackjack on possible on first two cards of each hand (and not on split or re-split cards).

Player may draw a maximum of eight cards for any hand. An eight-card Player hand whose value does not exceed 21 beats all Dealer outcomes except for Blackjack.

21 + 3 Blackjack is available to play at these following casinos: