Everyting You Expect From NetEnt
Players that are used to the excellent graphics and sounds on all Net Entertainment table games will certainly not be disappointed with Double Exposure Blackjack as it utilises the same table layout as their other games, complete with the funky but unobtrusive soundtrack that adds to the atmosphere – or can be muted altogether for those that prefer to play in silence or with alternative background sounds. The aim is of course to beat the dealer, although players are in a stronger position to do so than on traditional blackjack as they know exactly what the dealer has in the hole, hence Double Exposure Blackjack. This is an obvious advantage for the player, although the house is compensated in several ways, not least that all ties apart from blackjack itself results in a dealer win. However, if the player has 17 in their hand while the dealer shows 18, the player knows that they simply have to hit to stand any chance of winning and while a four or less is statistically unlikely, it prevents the player from standing and then losing by default.
The Net Entertainment version of Double Exposure Blackjack opens up a whole new strategy for table game fans and you can start putting those strategies to the test right now by enjoying the full game with virtual credits here at Mr Gamez.