One of the instant online games the Michigan Lottery offers is Blackjack Doubler. This is a lot like the classic casino game of Blackjack where the player is competing against the dealer for the hand closest to 21. Blackjack Doubler has a top prize of $50,000 and there are a lot of different play options. The player can choose the price they want to pay for tickets and select from one to twelve hands. The bonus round is unlocked with a pair of golden cards and there is an opportunity to double the Blackjack prize.
The player begins by deciding how many tickets or hands they want to play. They then choose the space bar or the Play button to purchase their tickets. The player can select the Reveal All button to see all the prizes or choose the prize location according to each set of cards. The player wins the prize shown if their hand is closer to 21 than the dealers. The prize is doubled if the player has a Blackjack. There is a box in the upper right that totals the cards. A Jack, Queen or King is worth ten points, an ace is eleven, two aces are twelve and a Blackjack is a face card and an Ace.
During the first round, the player reveals ten hands. If they outdraw the dealer they win the prizes shown. The next round eliminates any hands the player lost. The bonus hand then multiplies every winning hand. The first six tickets are played against Dealer A and the next six against Dealer B. The ticket prices are $2, $1, $0.50, $0.25 and $0.10. The numerous options per round are between $0.10 and $24. The odds for Blackjack Doubler are 1 in 20.61. Each hand has a 4.85 percent chance of winning. If the players chooses all twelve hands each round, they will win a minimum of one hand 58 percent of the time.
The odds table has approximately an 89 percent chance of paying off for the player. Blackjack Doubler was released on September 19th of 2017. It is important to realize there is no strategy that can increase the odds of winning for any game based on luck. The player does have the ability to decide the number of tickets they want to play for each hand and to determine how much they want to pay for the tickets.