New Live Casino Blackjack From Playtech

21+3 Live Casino Blackjack's bet feature puts the perks of poker into every round of the classic live table game

Online gambling software and games developer Playtech plc has unveiled its 21+3 Blackjack side bet to add the perks of poker into every round of blackjack.
The 21+3 Blackjack side bet is based on a player's two cards and the dealer's up-card. If the three combined cards form a straight, flush, three-of-a-kind, straight flush or suited three-of-a-kind, the player wins the side bet pay-out with enhanced odds.
Players will be further empowered when playing the ultimate live casino card game — receive a suited three-of-a-kind hand to win 100 times the original side bet.
A company statement claims that the new live feature increases winning opportunities and marries two classic card games, including the power of poker in every Blackjack round to ensure that players can enjoy additional wins on every hand, regardless of the Blackjack base game result.
Playtech has licensed 21+3 from Games Marketing, the exclusive online rights holder, the statement reveals.
Kevin Kilminster, head of Live Casino Innovation at Playtech, said: "The 21+3 side bet is a great addition to the classic live casino Blackjack game. It will appeal both to those players who are familiar with either card game, as well as new customers who have never played Blackjack before."

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