Blackjack at Bet365 1st Jul 2015 13:02:43

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Bet365 is a well-known gaming brand that was mostly popular among sports betting fans. Since Bet365 opened their casino section, they go wider and wider with their offers, and now they host about 14 million gamers that enjoy both the sports betting and casino. That is possible only when there is an exceptional set of games and great customer care.

Among the casino games that are offered at Bet365, there are all sorts of everyone's favorites, including

Blackjack Surrender Multihand and Live Blackjack.

Blackjack Surrender is the type of blackjack where you are allowed ti surrender your hand after the first two cards are dealt. You can keep half of the stake if you choose to do so.

The Live Blackjack offer at Best365 is one of the best offers they have. It is an eight-deck blackjack version for multiple players. The cards are shuffled after there are around four decks left in the shoe and it offers three side-bet options: The Perfect Pair, The Coloured Pair and The Red/Black Pair.

The Bet365 online casino has a neat design and user-friendly organization. Players can enjoy bonuses and other promotions and play as on their desktop computers, as on-the-go.

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