Blackjack Switch games

To Switch or Not To Switch?

 

Blackjack Switch is the type of blackjack, which is a part of Table Games group and Blackjack Games subgroup. We have grouped all releases of this classification into a collection on this page.

 

 

 

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Blackjack Switch
Rating: 3.51

Table Games -> Card Games -> Blackjack Games -> Blackjack Switch Free playPlay for money

PlaytechPlaytech
  • Decks 6
  • S17 Hit
  • Dbl on Any
  • Split to 2
  • A-s Resplit No
  • Peek Yes
  • Surr None
  • Bj Pays 1-to-1
  • Max Winx1
  • Advantage0.13%

Blackjack Switch
Rating: 2.49

Table Games -> Card Games -> Blackjack Games -> Blackjack Switch Play for money

Games OSGames OS
  • Decks 6
  • S17 Hit
  • Dbl on Any
  • Split to 2
  • A-s Resplit No
  • Peek Yes
  • Surr None
  • Bj Pays 1-to-1
  • Max Winx1
  • Advantage0.14%

Switch Blackjack
Rating: 2.36

Table Games -> Card Games -> Blackjack Games -> Blackjack Switch Play for money

Digital Gaming SolutionsDigital Gaming Solutions
  • Decks 6
  • S17 Hit
  • Dbl on Any
  • Split to 2
  • A-s Resplit No
  • Peek Yes
  • Surr None
  • Bj Pays 1-to-1
  • Max Winx1
  • Advantage0.14%

Swap 21
Rating: 2.19

Table Games -> Card Games -> Blackjack Games -> Blackjack Switch Play for money

BetSoftBetSoft
  • Decks 6
  • S17 Hit
  • Dbl on Any
  • Split to 2
  • A-s Resplit Yes
  • Peek Yes
  • Surr None
  • Bj Pays 1-to-1
  • Max Winx1
  • Advantage-

Blackjack Switch
Rating: 1.98

Table Games -> Card Games -> Blackjack Games -> Blackjack Switch Play for money

GamescaleGamescale
  • Decks 6
  • S17 Hit
  • Dbl on Any
  • Split to 2
  • A-s Resplit No
  • Peek Yes
  • Surr None
  • Bj Pays 1-to-1
  • Max Winx1
  • Advantage0.14%

Blackjack Switch
Rating: 1.85

Table Games -> Card Games -> Blackjack Games -> Blackjack Switch Play for money

Domain Holdings LimitedDomain Holdings Limited
  • Decks 6
  • S17 Hit
  • Dbl on Any
  • Split to 2
  • A-s Resplit No
  • Peek Yes
  • Surr None
  • Bj Pays 1-to-1
  • Max Winx1
  • Advantage0.14%

There are less than ten releases in this category, and all of them are quite similar. However, they may differ in the Ace re-split: some of them offer such an opportunity, while others don’t. There rest of features are more or less the same. The size of payouts does not vary and it is equal to x1. The RTP is impressively high, and it ranges from 99.86% to 99.87%. Main Blackjack Switch games’ manufacturers are Playtech, BetSoft and Games OS, and you can find their games in a variety of online casinos reviewed by our team.

 

Blackjack Switch Rules and Odds

 

The rules of Blackjack Switch are quite similar to that of classic blackjack. As it offers a lot of advantages, this game’s odd for 21 points is 1:1, the same as for any other winning combination. If you want to start playing, you are to place bet(s) and press deal button. You and the dealer receive two cards each. The second card of the dealer is with its face down. Once you see your hand(s), you can double your bet and draw one more card, stand and leave your hand as it is, hit and draw one more card without additional bets.

 

In addition to that, you can switch places of top cards if you play two simultaneous hands. You win if you have the higher score than the dealer. The sum of points should be less than 21, otherwise, you lose automatically. There is also a rule of 22 in this game, which means that dealer can win with 22 points. 22 –hand is stronger than any other, but for a natural blackjack.

 

If the dealer’s first card is Ace, you can place Insurance bet, which pays 2:1. You win if the dealer does not have blackjack. There is also a side bet in Blackjack Switch. It wins if a certain card combination appears on four initial cards:

  • One pair (a payout of 1:1);

  • Three of a Kind (5:1);

  • Two Pair (8:1);

  • Four of a Kind (40:1).

 

Blackjack Switch: Basic Strategy

 

Experienced gamers give the following playing tips:

 

  • There is an opportunity to switch cards before you press either stand or hit button, but you should switch cards in your hands only if you have an opportunity to create stronger hands;

  • You should stand if you hand is 17 or higher;

  • If the score of your hand is anywhere between 12 and 16, you should hit if dealer’s first card is 7 or higher;

  • Double your bet if you have 10 or 11;

  • If the dealer’s first card is higher than 7 and both your hands are less than 18, it is better to switch cards to make at least one hand stronger.

 

Our Take on Blackjack Switch

 

Blackjack Switch is quite popular and unusual game, and it has certain differences from classic blackjack. For example, you can switch top cards in your hands or you can place side bets (super match and assurance). There are a lot of benefits for a player, but the dealer can win with 22 points, which such score for a player’s hand is losing one. If you enjoy blackjack games, you can also try Spanish 21, Pontoon and Double Exposure (Face Up 21).