• Software: NetEnt
  • Release Year: 2013
  • RTP (Return to Player): 99.5%
  • Highest Win: 3:2
  • Minimum Bet: 1€
  • Developed for: Desktop, tablet and mobile
  • Maximum Bet: 2000€

Live Netent Common Draw Blackjack Slot

The Live Common Draw Blackjack Slot is an authentic and fast paced variant of the popular table-based Blackjack game. The table of this game is divided into 2 parts. The upper part holds both the dealer's cards and the player's cards (common drawn). The lower part is the playing ground for the individual players. It is usually graphically enticing as it indicates the height of the bet, among other features.

With the release of this virtual table game in 2013, NetEnt has by far surpassed other peers in creative gaming designs. This casino hit is ideal for both low and high rollers as the betting range is set between 1€ and 2,000€. The average return to player (RTP) of this game stands at 99.5% which is quite impressive. All players are dealt with the same number of cards by the dealer.

Live Netent Common Draw Blackjack Bonus, Free Spins and Jackpot

The bonus games perhaps stem from the main game. However, there are no universal terms guiding the award of such bonuses. NetEnt casinos are at liberty to design their bonus structures. As such, the main game starts once players place their bets after the dealer's instructions. The dealer will then give out 2 player cards and his card, after which the player stands, splits or buys another card.

The dealer continues drawing his hand to help player record winning combos more easily. When all players' hands have concluded, the dealer deals a card to himself to complete the hands. The winning bets are rewarded with respect to the dealer's outcome. Such winnings are usually topped up with bonuses and free spins.

How to play Live Netent Common Draw Blackjack

  • The dealer asks players to place their bets within specified time limit
  • The dealer draws 2 player and 1 dealer card, players can choose to split, stand or buy another card
  • The dealer shall continue to draw cards until all players' hands are concluded
  • Eventually, a dealer deals himself with a card and the winning outcome is determined by the dealer's outcome