Triple 7 BlackJack

Learn to Play Triple 7’s Blackjack  – Best Places to Play – Tips

Triple 7 BlackJackHow do you fancy winning a life changing jackpot when playing just one hand of Blackjack? Well if you do then perhaps this MicroGaming Blackjack game is the one for you to sit down and play, the jackpot keeps on rising upwards in value until one lucky player manages to get dealt a certain hand combination, this and a range of extra bonus payouts are listed below.

Dealer Rules – In regards to when the Dealer will hit or stand his hand, on this Triple 7’s Blackjack game he will always Stand his hand when he has been dealt a Soft 17 hand.

Double Down Rules – The Triple 7’s Blackjack game will permit players to Double Down on any Hard Nine, Ten or Eleven.

Splitting Rules – You cannot Re-split a hand, nor can you Re-Split Aces, and you cannot Hit Split Aces as just one card is going to be dealt to them.

Surrender Rules – Triple 7’s Blackjack does not offer the Surrender game play option, the MicroGaming variants which do are Atlantic City Blackjack, Big Five Blackjack, Spanish Blackjack and Super Fun 21.

Stakes, Decks, Payouts and House Edge – The Jackpot wager will open up a range of bonus payouts paid independently whenever you are dealt certain hand combinations and these are as follows: A seven of any suit gets you a payout of 5.00, two 7’s of any suit gets you a payout which is 25.00, two suited 7’s pays 50.00, three suited 7’s pays 250.00 and three 7’s of the same suit pays 1000.00.

Should you be dealt three 7’s which are all in the suit of Diamonds then you will win the jackpot which is displayed on the progressive jackpot meter. These bonus payouts are based and paid only on your first cards of each hand dealt.

A winning hand other than a Blackjack hand pays even money, a winning Blackjack hand pays 3 to 2 and a winning insurance side bet wager pays 2 to 1.

Triple 7’s Blackjack requires a mandatory 1.00 stake to be placed on the Jackpot side bet wager and the minimum stake to play the main base game is 1.00, the most commonly found maximum wager at MicroGaming casinos is 200.00 per hand played, however this may vary from casino to casino. The house edge of MicroGamings Triple 7’s Blackjack game is 0.59%. A total of five decks are in play in the shoe on all versions of this game.

Where to Play MicroGamings Triple 7’s Blackjack

Gaming Club Casino have all of the Blackjack games which MicroGaming have released online, and if you also like playing progressive games such as this Blackjack game or indeed other games such as Slots, Roulette and Video Poker then they have plenty of those games available, visit their website for a not to be missed bonus offer which is available to all new players.

Triple 7’s Blackjack Playing Tip

Whilst the lure of winning a large cash jackpot when playing this Triple 7’s Blackjack game is often enough to get players to sit down and give it some play time, due to the fact you are obliged to place that mandatory sidebet wager to be in with a chance of winning the bonus payouts, one of which is the progressive jackpot, then sadly this is not a game for serious Blackjack players looking for a low house edge game. So try and avoid playing it if you are indeed seeking a low house edge game as this sadly is not one of them!

Triple 7’s Blackjack Strategy Card and Screenshots

You will find the below strategy card will come in very handy when playing Triple 7’s Blackjack, it will show you each and every hand that could be dealt to both yourself and the Dealer, and shows you the prefect strategic way to play those hands which you have been dealt.


Triple 7’s Blackjack Strategy Card

Triple 7's Blackjack Strategy Card

Triple 7’s Blackjack Game

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