Blackjack Party is a party style live blackjack variant from Evolution Gaming with low stakes. The game is run by a dealer and a co-presenter and the focus is obviously on fun and entertainment. The game has rich betting features and the main seven players can place side bets such as 21+3, Perfect Pairs and Bet Behind including double down, insurance, splitting pairs and pre-decision.
In addition to this, with the Bet Behind option waiting players can bet behind the main players, especially on the ‘hot’ ones that are on a winning streak, and seated players can also bet behind other seats. This adds to the large winning potential of the game.
Blackjack Party follows the standard rules of American Blackjack. In other words, you play with eight decks of 52 cards. The dealer stands on soft 17; hands can be split but only once and double down is allowed for the first two cards. Blackjack Party also has three extra side bets, namely Bet Behind, 21+3 and Perfect Pairs.
The game features a dealer and a host and you can chat to the host via the chat feature. He/she will welcome you and chat back. When a seat is freed at the table you can sit and place your bets. Afterwards, the dealer will reveal the results and you will be asked to take your turn. Any winnings are paid.
The min and max bet limits are $5 and $1,000. The min and max for bet behind are $0.50 and $100, while the min and max for 21+3 side bet are $1 and $250 respectively. Perfect Pairs min and max bet limits are $1 and $500. Furthermore, blackjack pays 3 to 2, while best hand and insurance bets pay 1 to 1.
Blackjack Party from Evolution Gaming is an entertaining live blackjack game suitable for players that want to have fun while playing. It has low stakes so it’s also suitable for players on a tight budget. What makes the game quite appealing, despite its casual playing character, is the Bet Behind feature. This option is perfect for players who are waiting for a seat plus it has a big winning potential. Unfortunately the game is not available on mobile devices so players are stuck to playing on desktop PCs.