Match Play 21

Looking to play blackjack with a slight Spanish flavor? Match Play 21, also known as Spanish 21, is played with a total of 8 decks of cards. However, all the tens are removed from the decks. Also this blackjack game stands out from the rest due to the fact that it offers players the chance to make a bonus bet. This makes for a fun and exciting version of blackjack that has become increasingly popular.

Match Play 21 is very similar to standard Blackjack: to begin you place your bet and you can still double down, stand and split. The rules remain true to the Standard Blackjack Rules with a few changes. There is insurance in the game but one key difference is that it is difficult to get a natural blackjack as there aren't any tens in the deck.

So, ready to make the most of your money?
Start winning with Match Play 21.

Play Match Play 21:

Match Play 21 is one of most exciting variations of standard Blackjack.  Match Play 21 follows the same rules as in standard Blackjack with a few twists. In Match Play 21, 10's are removed from the deck and it also offers very special payouts of up to 40:1.  ome and experience all the thrills and excitement of a game filled with fast paced action and amazing adventures.

How to play:

The goal of Match Play 21 is to get as close to 21 points as possible without going over. At the beginning of each game of Match Play 21, the player makes their initial bet and receives two cards face-up. The dealer one card face up and a second card face-down.

While playing a hand you may Hit or Stand, Double, Split or Surrender during your turn, as long as the value of your hand has not exceeded 21. Once the value of your hand exceeds 21, you lose or bust. If there is a tie your cards get pushed back to you.

In Match Play 21, 10's are removed from the deck and special prizes are awarded for Match Play 21 hand. A Match Play 21 is a hand of three 7's of the same suit when the dealer's face up card is also a 7.

Strategy and Tips:

Match Play 21 is a game of strategy and by following the next tips you will able to improve your chances at winning a lot more:

  • It is very important to always remember that the dealer will always stand on a hand of 17 or better.
  • Do not split pairs of 10's as tempting as it may seem. The risk is far greater than the possible reward.
  • Practice the game beforehand on our instant play section, where you can enjoy this game and many others, including free slot games and more.

Glossary:

Deal: once you have place you bet, press Deal to be dealt the cards.

Hit: press Hit if you want another card to be dealt to you.

Surrender: press Surrender if don't want to play your hand. By surrendering you automatically lose the ante bet.

Stand: press Stand if you wish to play with the cards you already have.

Double: press Double to be dealt one more card and double your bet.

Split: whenever you get two cards of the same value you may press the Split button to separate the two cards and play with more hands.