Infinite Possibility: Evolution Launches Their Own Unlimited Live Blackjack Variant
Evolution Gaming have recently launched their own Unlimited Live Blackjack variant, called Infinite Blackjack. Filmed out of one of their high-quality global studios, this table allows an unlimited number of players to play at one table.
Evolution Gaming are a well-known developer who are the top of the live blackjack game. So, it was a bit of surprise that they have yet to create their own version of Unlimited Live Blackjack! Unlimited tables, for those of you who aren’t familiar, allow unlimited players to play at the same time.
They do this by allowing an infinite number of players to bet on one hand. Should you decide to hit or stand, and other players don’t, only the virtual copy of your hand will change. However, when it comes to splits things are little different. In unlimited blackjack, you must split your hand when it is the optimum play as required by basic blackjack strategy. The next two cards on your hands, you can then choose to hit or fold on either or both. These are your only options – you can’t split again or double down.
Evolution’s offering – as you would expect – makes a fair few efforts to distinguish themselves from the pack. These changes include:
A unique mechanic involving a physical hole in the table, in which the dealer puts the player’s cards. Each one is then copied digitally and displayed on the relevant players screen. This prevents the game table becoming cluttered and means only the cards that count towards your hand are visible to you.
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Also available at Blackjack Infinite tables are two unique side bets, on top of the pairs and 21+3 you can find at most live blackjack tables. These are Hot 3s and Bust It.
Hot 3s lets you bet on the possibility of 19, 20 or 21 appearing from the first three dealt cards. Three 7s pays out at 100:1, any combination that makes 21 pays out 4:1, a 21 made of cards from all one suit pays out 20:1 and any three cards that make 19 or 20 pay out 2:1.
Bust It, lets you bet on the possibility of the dealer going bust. You get progressively higher pay-outs depending on how many cards the dealer gets before hitting over 21. This starts at 1:1 for a three-card bust and goes as high as 500:1 in the unlikely event of an eight-card bust.
The stream quality it absolutely top-tier and the live studio is nicely presented, if a little bland in all honesty. The live dealers are as professional and presentable as you usually find at Evolution – which is to say they are excellent. The small improvements Evolution have made on the format are great, especially the side bets, which add some extra excitement to the gameplay. We also very much enjoyed our experience on mobile too, with the simple but intuitive Evolution interface working a treat.
Where To Play?
We’re not sure what live casinos you can play Blackjack Infinite at just yet, but you can be certain all the top Evolution Gaming powered live casinos will be picking it up. We’d expect Leo Vegas or Casumo to have it real soon. Since it allows more players to play on a single table, while keeping Evolution’s extremely high standard of visuals and gameplay, there really isn’t any reason for them not to.
So, keep an eye out for this top new game at your favourite casino in the near future!