NetEnt Perfect Blackjack launches at Grosvenor Casino
16th April 2019 – Grosvenor Casino has gone live with NetEnt Perfect Blackjack. The game has been designed to help players learn how to play using Basic Blackjack Strategy. Once bets are made the dealer takes over and completes each hand.
NetEnt Perfect Blackjack is aimed at new players who want to learn basic strategy.
Features of the game include:
European Blackjack where the dealer takes his second card only when all players have completed theirs.
It’s played with 8 decks with the cards drawn from a manual dealing shoe.
There are 3 player positions that an unlimited number of players can play.
There are two additional side bets – Perfect Pairs and 21+3.
Once the player places their bet, no other interaction with the game is required. the dealer completes each hand to perfect basic blackjack strategy.
The player can optionally select Auto Split pairs and Auto Double when strategy allows.
Playing Perfect Blackjack
The game round starts with the player placing abet and optionally selecting whether to auto split and double hands.
When betting has close the dealer deals cards to each hand. Then from the dealer’s right, the dealer completes each hand following basic strategy.
If you’ve won you’re paid even money 1:1 or 3:2 for a Blackjack.
Watch me play a few hands as i explain what i think of the game.
Is NetEnt Perfect Blackjack any Good?
I’m going to be brutally honest. In its present form, the answer is No.
Having played a lot of hands the game doesn’t live up to its billing.
There is no way a player can learn basic strategy.
No instruction is given by the dealer and the game is just too fast to follow.
Who’s the game for then?
That’s a very good question and one I’ve been pondering.
It’s not a game for experienced players, as they want to be fully involved in the decision making of their hand.
It’s too fast for an inexperienced player as you can’t follow what’s going on.
The lack of instruction precludes beginners.
So it only seems suited to players that want speed and no interaction. Seriously I would have to question why someone would play that way!
Should you Try it?
Just because I’m not that keen on Perfect Blackjack doesn’t mean shouldn’t at least give it a try.
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