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14 February 2012 - 3:24pm

Single Deck Blackjack Online?

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Here's a question I have but I am pretty sure I know the answer already:

As people who have followed my posts over here throughout the last year know, blackjack is my game. Single deck is the easiest to play with guessing the cards that are available.

Has anyone found a single deck blackjack game online? I know they are probably non-existent, but if I could find one, that would be AWESOME.

Any hints?

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15 February 2012 - 4:16am
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The best single deck game around at the moment that I know of is single deck Microgaming Classic blackjack. The house edge is about 0.1%. It allows you to double on 9-11 and the dealer stands on soft 17. The only thing with it is a lot of casinos set a high minimum bet amount on the game.

Another option is Betfair. They have blackjack in their zero lounge that is supposed to have zero house edge. Its an 8 deck game though. They lower the house edge by paying a bonus for a 5-card 21 or a suited blackjack.

Intercasino (and presumably other Cryptologic casinos) has single deck with an edge of about 0.2%.

Net Entertainment has one too but the rules mean that there is no significant difference between that and the multi-deck versions.

The best single deck game of all used to be offered by casinos with Boss Media software. It actually had a player edge of about 0.1% from memory.

And I know you're waiting for me to say it so I won't disappoint... sorry none of these games can be played by Americans.

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15 February 2012 - 8:16pm
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Of course they can't!!! Angry When will the US wake up and let us make our own darn decisions? Sad

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