Triple Attack Blackjack is an interesting blackjack variant, where eight Spanish decks are used in the game. This means that there are no 10’s in the decks, but there are still Jack’s, Queen’s, and King’s; just like Spanish 21.
How To Play Triple Attack Blackjack
The player will begin by placing a bet in the First Attack box. The player will then get dealt the first card, after which the player will have the option of placing an equal bet on the Second Attack box. The dealer will then receive one card, face up. The player is now given the option to place another bet on the Third Attack box. A player is allowed to place the bet on the Third Attack box, even if they did not place one on the Second Attack box. The player and dealer will now receive their second card, with the dealer’s being face down.
If the player gets a natural blackjack, they will be paid 1:1 immediately. They will get paid before the dealer has checked their cards. After blackjacks are paid, and the dealer has checked their cards, the players may start their hands. Player’s can choose to hit, stand, double down, or split depending on their hand. If the player doubles or splits their hand, they will have to place an equal bet on all of the Attack wagers they placed. The end of the round will be decided by the highest ranking hand, without going over 21.
Triple Attack Blackjack Rules
These are the rules that you will encounter when playing Triple Attack Blackjack:
- Insurance pays 2:1 if the dealer has a blackjack, and pays 5:1 if the dealer has a suited blackjack.
- Player’s may double down after hitting and splitting.
- Player’s that split Aces must either Stand or Double Down.
- If a player receives 6 cards, without busting, they will win immediately.
- The dealer will hit on Soft 17.
The rules and game play of Triple Attack Blackjack is a great combination between Spanish 21 and regular blackjack, and offers players a great experience.