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Live Blackjack Common Draw

Live Blackjack Common Draw brings high-quality live casino games to a mass audience, using a common set of cards that are available for a larger number of bets than the original Live Blackjack. Have you got what it takes to beat the dealer?




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Live Blackjack Common Draw is a live casino blackjack game streamed from a luxurious land-based setting, featuring experienced live dealers and betting versatile betting limits.

In order to win the player must obtain cards as close to 21 as possible whilst still beating the dealer. If the dealer receives more than 21 the players hand wins.

The Card Stream

Common Draw aims to allow as many players to play across the table as possible. To achieve this a common set of cards are used that all players play with. These cards are referred to as the stream. Although players are dealt the same cards what you choose to do with them is up to you. For example player 1 might choose to hit but player 2 might choose to stand or even split.

Game Round

On starting a Common Draw Blackjack round the dealer will invite you to place your bet as the timer beings to count down. Players then select the chips they wish to bet with and place them into the betting box. Instead of stacking the chips the total bet value will appear on one single chip. Once the timer ends the dealer announces that betting has closed and two cards are placed into the stream.

All players now have the opportunity to decide how to play their hand according to standard Blackjack rules

Hit - Click the hit button to add another card to your current hand.

Stand - Clicking stand will stop any further cards being added to your hand.

Split - Receive two cards of the same value and you'll be offered the chance to split the cards. Choosing to split then creates a new bet of the same amount that you initiated the game with. More cards are then added to each hand unless in the case of split Aces where only one extra card is dealt on to each hand.

The dealer will continue to deal hands as long as other players take to finish their hands. On completing all player hands, the dealer then deals cards to themselves. On completing their hand, all hands are then assessed and all winning bets are paid.

House Rules

As with Live Blackjack, Live Common Draw Blackjack is played with 6 decks and is shuffled using an automatic shuffling machine. House rules will apply as follows:

The dealer must stand on 17 this includes soft 17 or if they deal to 16. Players have the opportunity to double on any two cards including split cards giving you a chance to take home a bigger win. There are no resplits and no surrendering.


Blackjack is renowned for its social aspect, so by using a simple player-to-player chat system, players can interact with each other, enhancing their live casino experience. The chat window will display the 10 most recent chat messages while older messages then fade out.


The Billboard displays the statistical information relating to the current and previous game rounds.

Dealer's Last 10 Hands

Here you'll see the dealers hands for the last 10 game rounds as well as the percentage of their bust and blackjack hands.

Last Hand - All Players

This will show you the percentage of players that won or had to push their previous hands.

Actions in the Current Hand

Displays the percentage of players that decided to hit, stand, split or double after the card is dealt in the stream.