Have you ever wanted to play online blackjack, but couldn’t because the digital tables were full of other players? Swedish online game designer, Net Entertainment, has put a stop to that problem now, with their brand new online card game, Common Draw Blackjack, available at Unibet Casino.
The basic idea behind the new game is that most online blackjack tables cannot hold any more than 7 players at any one time. The solution, according to Net Entertainment, is to design one that can. The new Common Draw Blackjack will permit an unlimited number of gamers to play the game at any one time.
Common Draw Blackjack is a typical live dealer blackjack game, and standard blackjack rules have been chosen to be used in this title. Such rules that are present in Common Draw Blackjack include double downs, insurance and splits. The new live dealer game was launched last week in Unibet Casino, and was ahead of schedule. The title was originally estimated to take as long as September to be ready to be unveiled, however it went live in July, hassle free and with no problems.
Where and How?
Unibet is the currently the only casino carrying the title, although other casinos are expected to jump into the market before too long. The game permits players to play a single hand against the dealer, with the real human dealers speaking both English and Italian. Should a player prefer another language however, 23 different languages are available via automatic dealers (digital dealers), and a total of 26 currencies can be used when playing this new Net Ent release.
How it can work, is basically that all players make their own individual decision. If you choose to “stay” after the two initial cards, and another players draws another card, then you will be closed for the next round and the dealer will draw another card that will only count for the other player.
The game is powered by Chroma Key Technology and utilizes the very best in solid graphics, such as high res streaming, the like of which has never before been used in online gambling. The game will also offer players hands that cost anything from £1 up to £5,000, making the game fully adaptable and appealing to all sorts of players, whether they are low, mid or high rolling gamers.
Common Draw Blackjack is not a fully standard blackjack game though, and we know this for one reason, and one reason alone. When Net Entertainment make the gambling headlines with news about the launch of Common Draw Blackjack, they also pressed the point home that in the near future, another live dealer blackjack title, called Standard Blackjack, would also be making its way onto the gambling scene. The estimated date of release for this second blackjack game is thought to be later in the year or early next year. The fact that it is titled as standard though, leads many to believe that it will be basic at best, aimed at amateur or first-time blackjack players.
The unique thing about Net Entertainment’s Common Draw Blackjack is that it allows players to wager how they wish, in a realistic and real to life casino, albeit from the comfort of their very own home. The fact that player limits on tables is no longer a problem is arguably one of its finer features, along with the high res streaming and superb graphical qualities the title has. Even gamers who don’t fancy playing live, can use an automatic dealer for all their online blackjack fun. So with low, mid and high rollers covered, and with open and shy players’ needs also taken care of; what Net Entertainment has designed here is a truly all-in-one, encompassing online blackjack game, suitable for every type of gamer.
Unibet is now hosting the first of these games, with more to follow, we’re sure.