Quantum Blackjack Live at Live Casino Canada is powered by Playtech. This means you can play Quantum Blackjack Live at Live Casino Canada that offers Playtech games like Party Casino and Play Now Casino Canada or Jackpot City Casino Canada.
Quantum Blackjack live comes with eight-deck blackjack available in a high-class casino environment with one unique twist. The arrival of Quantum Multipliers can enhance winning payouts when players beat the dealer with a hand containing one or more Quantum Multiplier cards.
With each round of blackjack, a maximum of three multiplier cards are in play on the table. These are designed to improve the size of payouts of your main bet and aren’t applicable with any side bets. Better still, the multiplier cards are of no use to the dealer whatsoever.
Live Quantum Blackjack game features
- Exciting addition of Quantum Multiplier cards
- Dealer stands on soft 17
- Game follows classic Blackjack rules
- 21+3 and Pairs side bets available
- Software provider: Playtech
How to play Quantum Blackjack Live at Live Casino Canada?
First step is always same for all games that you wish to play at online casinos in Canada is to join the casino and open your casino account to play real money games.
So join any Playtech powered live casino in Canada
Register yourself at once and open your casino account by making a small deposit of say $10 or more.
Now head to live casino and find the game table of Quantum Blackjack Live
You will be greeted with a live dealer who will ask you your name and ask you to place your bets on the table.
- If a game round is in progress when you enter the table, please wait for the next one, and then, place your bets.
- To place a bet, choose a chip and place it on the betting position.
- You can place several chips on different betting positions simultaneously.
- The timer in the game window shows how much time you have left to place your bets.
- After the No More Bets signal, the game round begins.
- Winnings are paid for the winning bets at the end of each game round.
- To play a game round, place your bets again or use the Rebet button.
- To skip a turn, simply do not place any bets on the table.
Once your bets are confirmed for the next round of betting in Live Quantum Blackjack, up to three multiplier cards are randomly chosen from the deck of digital cards. Each card is nominated a win multiplier, which can be either 3x, 5x and 10x your initial stake.
- First, you must place the main bet, and then you get to place the optional side bets.
- After the bets have been confirmed, up to three (3) special cards are randomly selected from a single deck of digital cards. Each card is assigned a multiplier, possible multipliers are x3, x5 and x10.
- Next, the dealer deals four cards: first card face up to the player, second card face up to dealer, third card face up to the player and fourth card face down to the dealer.
- If the dealer shows an Ace in their initial hand, you get the option to Insure your hand against dealer’s Blackjack. If that is the case, dealer reveals their Blackjack directly after the insurance round and ends the game.
- Next comes the action round, and you can choose to Hit, Stand, Double or Split. If you do not make a move, you automatically Stand.
- Once all the players have made their choices, dealer begins to draw cards. Dealer stands on soft 17.
- If you beat the dealer with a hand that contains multiplier card(s), your payout is enhanced by the multiplier(s).
- If every player at the table busts (scores higher than 21), the round is over. The dealer does not draw additional cards.
Whenever your hand beats the dealer’s hand and contains one or more multiplier cards, your payout is enhanced by the multipliers displayed. When your payout is multiplied, your initial wager is not returned to you.
Aside from the multiplier cards, these livestreamed games play exactly the same as a classic Blackjack game. An unlimited number of players can play these eight-deck games. A variety of side bets are in play in Live Quantum Blackjack, including pair-based bonuses based on identical cards, identical suits, colours and numbers. The 21+3 side bet also gives you a chance to make a winning three-card poker hand using your two hole cards and the first card dealt to the dealer.
The theoretical return to player (RTP) percentage of Live Quantum Blackjack is 99.47%, providing players use optimal player strategy on the main game.
Note that you can place any bets, but the multiplier affects only the main bet and your payout if you win with a hand that contains multiplier card(s).
The limit ranges displayed next to the table name in the Lobby and on the game table UI correspond to Blackjack’s main position bet limits.
The following bets have their own limits: Main bet, Player Pair and 21+3.
- Side bets: These are wagers that you can make beyond the main game bet. These cannot be placed without the main bet. These bets are not affected by multipliers.
- 21+3: This is a type of a side bet that allows the players to bet that the first two cards dealt to the player, combined with the first card dealt to the dealer, will make a three-card poker hand against the following list of winning hands:
- Suited Three of a Kind – All three cards of the same suit and value
- Straight Flush – All three in sequence and of the same suit
- Three of a Kind – All three of the same ranking
- Straight – All three cards in sequence but not the same suit
- Flush – All three cards of the same suit
The theoretical percentage return to player (RTP) is 99.47% on the main game. The RTP on the Pairs side bets is 95.90%. The RTP on the 21+3 side bet is 96.30%.
Note when you win with the multiplier card, the amount you won is multiplied with the corresponding multiplier, but your initial bet is not returned to you.
|Main game payout
|21+3 side bets Payout
|Suited Three of a Kind
|Three of a Kind
|Pairs Side bet payout
Card shuffle in the game
Eight pre-shuffled decks are used in the game and cards are shuffled with a shuffling machine. Each time a new set of cards is ready, all previous cards are removed. Dealer takes cards directly from the shuffling machine.
Burn cards before game round: If enabled by the service provider, then right after the multipliers have been announced, the dealer draws the first card face up and the number of cards that corresponds to the value of the first card is burned (i.e. discarded), face down.
Each round, up to three (3) special cards are affected by multipliers – multiplier cards. These enhance the payout of only the main bet (see the payout table for info). If the multiplier card in your hand also combines a side bet win, the side bet payout is not affected by the multiplier, it is paid according to the regular payout table.
- If the multiplier card is dealt to the dealer, nothing happens.
- If you have two (2) or more cards in your hand that match the suit and value of several individual multiplier cards, you are awarded the product of the multipliers.
Like 6 of Spades has multiplier x5 and 9 of Hearts has multiplier x10. The hand contains two instances of 9 of Hearts and one 6 of Spades. The payout is bet x (5×10).
Note that if you have two (2) or more identical cards in your hand that match the suit and value of one multiplier card, you are awarded the corresponding multiplier only once (also applicable in Split situation.
- Blackjack: If you win with the Blackjack combination and your hand contains a multiplier card, the bet is multiplied by the Blackjack payout and the corresponding multiplier (see the payout table for info) but note that your initial bet is not returned to you. All the above applies also when the dealer goes bust.
- Double: If you Double and your winning hand contains a multiplier cards, your whole bet is multiplied.
- Split: If you Split and both new hands have a copy of the same multiplier card, both hand’s bets are multiplied by the corresponding multiplier. This is also the case if you get a multiplier card dealt to a split hand that did not contain it before.
- Insurance: Multiplier cards have no effect on Insurance.
- Push and bust scenarios: When your main bet gets pushed, the multipliers do not apply. When you and the dealer both go bust, you lose your main bet. If the dealer goes bust with three (3) cards but you do not bust, this is also considered a push and you get your bet back.
- Split: If your first two cards have the same value, you may split them into two separate hands by placing a second bet equal to the original bet. You will then draw additional cards to each hand. You may not Split a split hand. You may draw as many cards as you like on each split hand, but if you split two Aces, you receive only one additional card for each Ace. If you receive an Ace and a ten-value card in a split hand, it is considered 21 and not Blackjack. In this case the payout is 1:1, not 3:2.
- Double: If, after you are dealt your first two cards, you think that the third card will allow you to beat the dealer’s hand, you can double your bet. The bet amount becomes twice the original (with the difference taken out of your balance), and you are dealt one more card.
- You may Double after splitting. If you Double and dealer’s first card’s value is 11 (Ace), and the dealer gets Blackjack, you lose both bets. If dealer’s first card’s value is 10, and the dealer gets Blackjack, your Double bet is returned to you.
- Insurance: If the dealer shows an Ace in his initial hand, you are given a chance to insure your bet against him having a Blackjack. If you get Insurance, an amount equal to half your original bet is placed separately on the table. If the dealer does have Blackjack, you are paid 2 to 1 on your insurance. This way you do not lose your original bet (because you get the 2x half your original bet, plus the insurance amount back). If the dealer does not have Blackjack, you lose the insurance amount, even if you end up losing.
You can insure any Real Money bet, but not a Golden Chip bet. Insurance is offered when both you and the dealer have received the second card and the dealer shows an Ace as their first card in their hand. The dealer checks for a Blackjack directly after the insurance round, and if they have a Blackjack, the game round is ended before action time. (with inputs from live casino comparer)
The Game Rules
The object of the game is for the total of your cards to be closer to 21 than the dealer’s cards, without exceeding 21. Aces count as either 1 or 11, face cards as 10, and number cards at their face value. Blackjack beats a score of 21.
You can bet on all betting positions within a single game round. If two players are playing on the same position, one may choose to Stand and the other may choose to Hit. In this case, the dealer will deal another card to the position, but the player who chose to Stand will not receive the card.
If you receive an Ace and a ten-value card as your first two cards, you have Blackjack and win 1.5 times your bet (if your bet was 10, you receive 25). If the total value of your cards is closer to 21 than the dealer’s, you win your bet amount (if your bet was 10, you receive 20). If the total of your cards is more than 21, you are “bust” and lose your bet. If you and the dealer have the same card total (17 and up) neither win, and your bet is returned to you in a “push”.
The dealer draws cards until 16 and always stands on 17 (including soft 17).