This version of Blackjack, designed by Playson, is absolutely beautifully designed. With realistic colors and easy to read cards as well as comprehensive stats and player info, this has to be one of the best Blackjack games we've see out there.

Players can manage up to five hands per game, and there are six decks with 52 cards each per shoe. When the game begins, the dealer has one card face-up and the player has two cards face-up. The dealer has to hit on sixteen and stand on seventeen. If the dealer's card is an ace, then you can buy "insurance", which pays out 2:1 if the dealer hits Blackjack.

Otherwise you can split identical cards, although Blackjack isn't counted after. And if you're splitting aces, only one additional card is dealt to each of those hands. You can double down on any first two cards. Natural 21 pays 1:1, and Blackjack pays 3:2.

Moving onto the interface of the game, as we said it is clear and easy to understand, and best of all doesn't get in the way of the action. If you're ever unclear on the rules of Blackjack, they're no more than a click away. You'll also see credit balance, bet amount and paid amount, as well as action buttons like Hit, Stand, Fold, Split and Insurance.

There are no confusing side bets, no progressive jackpots, and no odd animations or graphics to worry about here. It's a standard gameplay, but Playson didn't feel any need to mess with a classic - and rightly so. And its gorgeous look will make you feel like you're on the casino floor. Try it today and you'll be hooked.

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