A straight flush is one of those side bets, which can be utilised when playing the 21+3 version of the table game. In that respect, how does a straight flush appear on the blackjack table? Well, a 21+3 side bet involves the two cards that you as the player have been dealt initially as well as the upturned card of the dealer.
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Straight 2 Flush is a blackjack side bet found on Dynasty electronic blackjack games. It pays based on the poker value of the player's first two cards and the dealer's up card. Mathematically, the bet is the same thing as version 2 of 21+3. I saw this bet at the Venetian Las Vegas on October 6, 2021.
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21+3. The "21" stands for blackjack and the "3" is for Three Card Poker, the poker hand consisting of the player's first two cards and the dealer's upcard. If those three cards result in a flush, straight, three-of-a-kind, or straight flush, you win 9 to 1 for the side bet. The house edge is 3.2 percent.
I normally only play the 21+3 Poker derived side bet when playing Blackjack. You get paid if your first two cards and the dealers up card form a poker hand. Normal side bet payouts are: Flush 5:1. Straight 10:1. Three of a Kind 30:1. Straight Flush 40:1. Suited Trips 100:1
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With Blackjack I normally just play it straight. I keep away from playing the side bets as statistically the RTP is not as good as the main hand. You’re more likely to lose your bankroll quickly playing them if you don’t hot a hand or two. RTP for the main hand is 99.50%. RTP for Perfect Pairs is 95.90%.
Straight – (all cards consecutive) – pays 10:1; Three of a kind – (not the same suit) – pays 30:1; Straight flush – (consecutive cards same suit) – pays 40:1
If the three cards form a flush, straight, three-of-a-kind or straight flush, the player wins. The “21 + 3” blackjack side bet is based on examining the player’s two cards and the dealer’s up-card. If the three cards form a flush, straight, three-of-a-kind or straight flush, the player wins.