In Blackjack Switch is similar to blackjack except the player is dealt two separate hands and with two identical bets. The dealer is dealt one hand. Before the player hits, they are allowed to switch the second cards around (see example above).
With Blackjack Switch, keep in mind that the dealer hits on a soft 17, blackjack pays 1:1 (instead of 3:2 since there are more chances to make a blackjack hand), double downs and splits are allowed and the dealer will push a player's hands on a dealer's total of 22 - however, blackjacks still win.
There are two kinds of bet areas - normal Blackjack Switch and "Super Match" bet. Normal bet area is any of the two larger areas, "Super Match" bet area is the small area. Remember when clicking on the normal bet area, you actually place two identical bets - one for each of your hands. In the "Super Match", a player can place a bet higher or lower than the original Blackjack Switch bet. The object of the "Super Match" bet is to be dealt a pair or better from the initial 4 cards dealt out. "Super Match" bets are settled before any further play.