Blackjack Switch follows the same rules and playing style as traditional blackjack, so there is no steep learning curve when you choose to play Blackjack Switch. However there are a few key points that should be mentioned if you are an avid blackjack player.
Blackjack Switch pays 1/1 for blackjack, however hitting a Blackjack is more common due to the Switch aspect of the game. The dealer will hit a soft 17, but stand on regular 17. There is also an optional Super Match side bet should you wish to enhance your game.
Just like regular blackjack, the aim is to beat the dealer with as close to 21 as possible without going bust. You may only play one game at a time, and you will have four cards dealt to make two hands. Blackjack Switch allows you to hit, stick and double your bet, additionally you may switch your top two facing cards for each other to create a better hand. The switch option allows for more Blackjacks to be made, which explains the paying of even money for such a hand.
Additional to the switching of cards, Blackjack Switch has a side bet known as Super Match. Super Match is an optional bet and pays out for matching cards between your two hands. For example, if you have a king and a 2 on your left hand and a king and 4 on the right, you will have a match and will win an additional amount. Super Match pays out for a pair, three of a kind and four of a kind with varying odds for each combination.
Super Match is a fairly common hit, so you may wish to try it out for a while to see how you get on.
Like many bonus and tweaked versions of blackjack, Blackjack Switch will appeal to certain players. It isn’t one of the best blackjack games out there but the option to switch your cards does make it more exciting than most card games.