NetEnt’s Live Svensk Common Draw Blackjack retains the structure of the original edition that was launched in 2014. The game is a classic one-to-many variant, where the dealer deals a single hand for all the players at the table.
This time, the premise is slightly different, and the table is hosted by a Swedish speaking dealer who will interact with the players via Live Chat feature. This is not the only Svensk table, as NetEnt applied the same concept in their Standard Blackjack variant and adapted both of the games for the Swedish markets.
Even though all the players at the table are using the same initial hand, the decisions that they make are independent and not mutually exclusive. Each of the players will be able to play their hand in accordance with their own strategies and skills, without changing the course of the game for the rest of the participants.
The dealer starts by drawing one card for the player, one for the house and one more for the player. The second card for the dealer is dealt only after the players decide to stand and play their hand. The dealer must stand on soft 17 (or up) and hit on 16. Insurance will be offered if the dealer’s initial card is an Ace and the players can also place 21+3 or Perfect Pairs bets. The return to the player percentage is, of course, lower on the side bets, generating 93.71% on 21+3 and 94.21% on Perfect Pairs. The average RTP of Live Svensk Common Draw Blackjack is 99.50%
For additional information about the rules, payout table, and table limits, you can simply visit the menu in the left upper corner of the game screen, where you can also review your personal gaming history (which will pop up in the new window).
Not all players like the one-to-many games, as it eliminates the social factor and gives the player an impression that he is completely alone at the table. If, however, you enjoy more private sessions, NetEnt’s Live Svensk Common Draw Blackjack is an ideal choice since it also has the advantage of a supreme interface, optimization, and experienced, highly trained, Swedish-speaking dealers.