Forget blackjack; let’s go back to basics with Net Ent’s Pontoon

Net Entertainment’s Pontoon can be played with a single hand or up to three hands at once. Each hand will cost a player a stake though. Pontoon always pays out at 2 to 1, whilst a 5 card trick coughs up at 2 to 1 also.
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The Low-Roller Pontoon table game– Classic Pontoon, with multi-hand gameplay available

Few people will need any introduction to the world of Pontoon. Net Entertainment’s version is very similar to their blackjack games, in both graphics and setup. Pontoon is playable in three game modes, and the rules for this blackjack-type card game are the same as any other Pontoon game on the market. Nobody is going to get any nasty surprises when they sit down to play a few hands of Net Ent’s Pontoon table game.

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Pontoon players have a selection of 0.11, 0.50, and 1.00 credit chips to place their bet with. In the standard roller version of this card game, the minimum and maximum wagers that a player can place per hand are fixed at 0.10 and 5.00, respectively.

In this Pontoon game, the dealer wins all ties. However, the dealer must twist on a 16 or soft 17. The player must try and reach 21 (just like in blackjack) or get as close to it as possible, beating the dealer in the process.

The player has anything from 1 to 3 hands to wager on, depending on how much they wish to bet. Players can also choose to buy cards (taking a new card and doubling the existing bet on the hand), instead of twisting (taking a new card at the same stake) or sticking with the hand they have.

If players are seeking a little more entertainment in their Pontoon game, Net Entertainment has also created standard and high-roller versions of this slot game for you to play.
Traditional Pontoon action, as basic as you like with good graphics...