The look and feel of Felt Gaming's 6-in-1 Blackjack is more similar to the fun phone game Two Dots than casino-level Blackjack. The developers have done away with the usual realistic green table, and there is no dashboard on the lower part of the screen. There are also no wacky graphics or "themes" like outer space or the Far East.

It's modern, sleek, and has intuitive, user-friendly controls and instructions that only appear when you need them. The player's bank and winning stats are up top, but they don't interfere with the field of play. And there is plenty of space between the table's hands – you can play up to three at a time – so there is no confusion while you're playing.

You might want to try the regular Blackjack edition from Felt Gaming before jumping into 6-in-1, but you can also play this version for fun to get the hang of it. Then you can try your luck with real money once you know the ropes.

As the title would suggest, each hand you play has up to six side bets you can make in addition to beating the dealer's hand.

21+3 - This is another stand-alone version of Blackjack from Felt that you may be familiar with. It is a bet on a Poker-like combination of three winning cards based on your two pocket cards and the dealer's up card.
Buster Blackjack - The payout depends on how many cards the dealer winds up having.
Lucky Ladies - You win a bonus if your first two cards include one or two queens, or 21.
Lucky Lucky - Any combination that's 19, 20 or 21 on your first two cards plus the dealer's up card is a win.
Perfect Pairs - Any pair that shows up on your first two cards pays a bonus.
Suit 'Em Up - If your first two cards are the same suit, you win the bonus.

It's a lot to keep track of, but like we said, the interface will remind you when you need it. For anyone who likes side bets, 6-in-1 Blackjack is a really fun experience.

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