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Blackjack by Brainium, captures what makes Blackjack such an exhilarating game, while making the experience easy, beautiful, and intuitive for your iPhone and iPad. Best of all, there are NO in-app purchases for getting chips in our game! Tap the chips to adjust your bet, and watch the gorgeous, crisp and beautifully animated cards fly on the table. If you're unsure of your strategy, ask the dealer for a hint at any time. Helpful bubbles help you quickly add up your cards, or decide whether you should take a hit on a soft value. Take advantage of advanced strategies, like splitting multiple times, and doubling down, to win big! We love our players so we made sure that you don't spend any money in our game to get more chips. Blackjack by Brainium is completely free to play and all the chips and money used in the game are fictitious. Give Blackjack by Brainium a try, and we promise you will have a fantastic experience, and with the new skills you pickup, you'll feel more confident for your next trip to Vegas! Blackjack Rules: Blackjack, also known as 21, is one of the most popular casino games in the world. Blackjack is a card game where players compete against the dealer. The object of the game is to reach 21 or to reach a score higher than the dealer without exceeding 21. In Blackjack by Brainium, the dealer must draw to 16 and stand on soft 17. Blackjack pays 3 to 2, and insurance pays 2 to 1. Highlights & Features: - Gorgeous, beautifully animated cards - Touch and interact with all of your chips - Split hands or double down to win big - Buy insurance to dodge a dealer blackjack - Surrender to get out of a tough situation - Detailed statistics to track your performance - Multiple table backdrops to choose from - Unlimited dealer hints - Unlimited free chips! - Universal app looks amazing on iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch We hope you enjoy Blackjack by Brainium, and contact our five star support if you have any questions :)
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I really like this Blackjack games the best of all those I have played. Good graphics, quick play, responsive, does not ad you to death. However, being an experienced casino Blackjack player, I would not recommend you quit your job and run to the casino based upon this play. My guess is that it is not rigged, but plays with only one or two decks and maybe even plays the whole shoe to the end - which no casino will do unless you are a whale and not even then. Anyway, I have played hundreds of hands on this game, thousands on others, and more than I would admit at a real table. It is a game, enjoy it, and stay away from the casino if this game is your basis for judging your skill... As an aside, for those who say that you will lose if you bet by "the book," you are correct - just like at a Casino. The sell "the book" in most casino gift shops and I have seen pit bosses hand out a little summary card. The book is no substitute for experience, judgement, and a good card count. Again, have fun and save your money.
This game is a joke! A new algorithm has been adopted by designers, or at least it seems that would account for the house’s run of wins that takes one down and back to the world of ads. Not as much fun to play anymore; so, I tend to avoid it because of this new development. 5 out of six handsthe dealer just happens to get 21. This what I mean by a joke. Fix this s app and have been t play a fair game, or dump it and move on to other games. Again five straight wins which four of them were 21. Seems unusual. If this happened at a casino there would be a lot of explaining and complaining that would attract a pit boss or two. Good part is no real money involved. Still, this type of thing kills a game. Just stupid to design an app to function this way.
The game is beautiful, the ads are the most reasonable ads I’ve seen in an app. Watch 2 quick ads each time you need chips. Unfortunately, what others say is true. This is in no way true random card dealing. The dealer many times gets three blackjacks in a row, whereas I rarely get one. And pushes are more abundant than I’ve ever seen in any app, live or electric. Playing with basic strategy, way too often the dealer pulls off hands that should be rare for him to win. Almost every time the dealer shows a 5, they pull off 19 or 20. I was hopeful for this app, and have played it a lot now, and I can almost predict every hand. I get that the developer wants ad revenue money, and gets that by the ads when you run out of chips, but i would much rather just see them every so many hands, or even pay for the app if it just had a realistic random dealing of cards. Also, it plays with one deck only. An option to change the table rules to match your casinos rules would be nice, but ultimately this app is trash due to the rigged dealing. I was hoping for a realistic app with random cards to practice my game. This is not it
First, the good: This app doesn't ask you for money to play. If you run out you simply spin a wheelchair and get more, which is a nice feature. The picture is clear and like in actual Blackjack, your winnings are left on the table. But the bad, after playing this game literally thousands of times, is that it is not representative of real casino play. You don't play with other real players - you are the only one at all times playing the dealer - which is a rare occurrence at an actual casino. Additionally, if you bet by the book you will certainly lose. Whatever algorithm this game uses, it does not reward those who bet by the book. If you have a 12 and the dealer shows a 6, be assured that 9 times out of 10 if you don't hit your 12 the dealer will pull a winning hand. Others say this isn't rigged, but I truly believe it is. I'm not writing this review after a week or two of play, I have played this game (along with others) for nearly a year and still have the same frustration.
I really want to like this game, but it just doesn't play or feel like real casino blackjack. It only plays with one deck (all the way to last card dealt) and even appears to shuffle a new deck in the middle of a hand. The makers of this game must have never actually say at a Vegas BJ table. No real casino does any of this anymore. Plus I may be wrong, but after playing a few hundred hands, the deck doesn't feel random to me. For example, I can't tell you how many times the dealer is showing a 6 and then miraculously ends up with 21. I realize this happens in real life blackjack, but this game seems to bust far less often when showing a 6 than the what the odds really should be. That doesn't seem random to me. It feels like I'm constantly being rushed to lose everything so that I can watch the ad before getting more free chips. If you're just looking for some time-wasting fun, this is OK. But if you're looking for something realistic, look elsewhere.
Developed by Brainium Studios LLC.
⋆Blackjack is ranking in Games & Card & Casino
Last update was at Noneand the current version is 1.3.4.
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⋆Blackjack have a 39 069a user reviews.
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