Extra payouts for triple 7s? ¡Ay, frijoles!

Apparently, the Spaniards are a bit wackier about their blackjack ... or at least Microgaming would have us believe such with this variant offering extra payouts on 6-7-8 and 7-7-7 hands.
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Spanish Blackjack by Microgaming

Whoa, things must be wacky in actual Spanish casinos if this is the way they play blackjack ... In actuality, Microgaming's Spanish Blackjack doesn't differ from the standard game all that much; there are just a lot more payouts on three-card and multi-card hands.

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Special rules or payouts for Microgaming's Spanish Blackjack include the following: dealer always hits on soft 17; splitting is allowed to a maximum of four hands, and aces may be split again; on split aces, only one card may be drawn and a hand of ace-plus-face is scored as 21 rather than blackjack after a split; doubling down and insurance are available.

Blackjack pays at 3:2, and insurance pays at 2:1.
Additional payouts include the following.
A winning hand of five cards: 3/2
A winning hand of six cards: 2/1 
A winning hand of seven or more cards: 3/1
Hands of 6-7-8 or 7-7-7: 3/2
Hands of suited 6-7-8 or 7-7-7: 2/1
Hands of 6-7-8 or 7-7-7 in all spades: 3/1
Hands of 7-7-7 suited while dealer shows any 7: 50/1
For something just a tad different, there's Spanish Blackjack; it's much like the standard game but with more payouts! Sweet.
Sevens are definitely lucky in Microgaming's Spanish Blackjack