Multihand Blackjack is a variant of blackjack that uses six standard 52-card decks, each shuffled. The objective is to beat the dealer and come up with a total higher than twenty-one. A blackjack or 10 gives you eleven points. An ace, on the other hand, stands for one or eleven. When you are playing multihand, the dealer does not have a blackjack, and so you do not have to worry about the dealer having a blackjack.
The graphics in this game are sophisticated. The cards are arranged in rows of three, and players have the choice of how many of them they wish to play. A hand with an Ace and a ten has a value of 21, and is an automatic win. However, if you have an Ace with an inherent value of one, you can lower the card's value to one and hit or draw additional cards. This is a smart way to increase your chances of hitting a winning hand, and can help you earn a decent amount of money.
Multihand Blackjack does not have information bars, so you do not need to worry about losing your money. Most controls are designed as buttons and are scattered all over the display. There are buttons for volume control, resizing the game window, and the main game settings button. You can also see the Balance and Total bet at the top of the page. This is a handy feature for multi-hand blackjack games. You can easily modify the settings for the game without causing a problem.