Fusion Hybrid Stadium Blackjack- the new future for Blackjack
With a bigger push for a better selection of mobile casino games, there’ve been a few surprising changes to popular casino games as the technology has advanced.
it’s clearly suited to the online sphere since most games now come
mobile optimised, there are a few that work really well in land-based
casinos and are still being developed. One of the biggest movers and
shakers in the mobile sphere is SG Gaming who’ve come up with a tablet
based system that’s offering a fresh new spin on Blackjack.
you get to flick between the tabs and have a certain amount of freedom
which game you want to play without having to forfeit your spot at the
table if it’s a popular game. While this is an excellent idea and a
great way to bring live dealer games into the fore, the strongest new
game among the ones being offered (Baccarat, Roulette and Sic Bo) is
Blackjack. With this new set-up, Blackjack can offer a whole new style
of play called Stadium Blackjack.
For instance, if the player before you hits on 13 and gets a 7, the odds of you getting a 7 on your 14 go down as at least one has come out. This isn’t accounting for how one player hitting when they should stand could save the dealer from going bust and cost you all the win. But with Stadium Blackjack, the game shakes out a little differently. Every player gets dealt the same hand and the dealer always has the same single card in response.
Essentially, everyone plays the same hand of Blackjack and how they choose to play it will have an impact on how the game pans out for them. For example, if player A chooses to hit on 12, they might get up to 19 but the dealer gets to reach 20 and win.
If player B doesn’t choose to hit, the dealer will get player A’s card which might make them go bust. This style of play means that two players with the same hand can play it in different ways and get different results.
difference in play makes the game feel both personal and communal at
the same time as everyone chooses how to play their hand independently.