All Slots Casino brings BlackJack to Android – [Hands on Review]
My (late) grandfather used to always tell me and I quote “you are never too old to play games” and I distinctly remember those days when computers and mobile phones were no where to be found besides just a few so called “elite” places in the society. Those were the days when games both outdoors and indoors were played with much zest and enthusiasm and what better indoor game to play then the traditional “cards” which have been everyone’s favorite since the beginning of time taking any generation into consideration with both elders and children enjoying a nice game of cards over a pleasant Sunday afternoon or any other time of leisure for that matter.
My favorite card game from the get-go has always been and is still is the ever popular “Blackjack” which is played in almost every household and society even today and on that note, the moment I came across TJR Media’s All Slots Casino Blackjack it was certain that card games on Android have hit the jackpot with this addictive time killer. Through the decades, Blackjack has been one of the most popular casino games which offers a perfect combination of strategy, wit and at the same time a bit of luck (at which I always sucked to be very frank). Even though there are quite a few casino games in the world, none can match the amount of strategy and brains that are required in Blackjack as each vital move has to be properly calculated. The more you get involved in the game, the more exciting it starts to get.
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Now coming back to the review of the game, All Slots Casino Blackjack is a remarkable way to sharpen your Blackjack skills and at the same time impress your family and friends. Blackjack, also known as twenty-one, is a card game of skill and luck. The object of the game is to draw a hand whose value is higher than that of the dealer’s hand, but without going over 21. If you go over 21, you “bust” and automatically lose. Cards 2 through 10 are worth their face value, and all face cards are worth 10. An ace is worth either 1 or 11, whichever is more advantageous. A hand with an ace that is counted as 11 is called a “soft” hand; thus, an ace and a 6 is called “soft 17.” A hand with an ace counting as 1 is called a “hard” hand. To start a game of blackjack, you first place your bet, and then you receive two cards, both face up. The dealer receives one card face up. In some blackjack variations, he receives a second card face down, known as the “hole card”. In other variations, the dealer does not receive his second card until a later stage in the blackjack game. If your two cards total 21, you have “blackjack.” and you automatically win, unless the dealer has blackjack too. If you both have blackjack, the hand is a tie (called a “push”). Otherwise, a winning blackjack pays out at a rate of 3 to 2. All other winning hands pay out at 1 to 1.
The beauty of this game in particular (besides being free) is the fact that its absolutely easy to adapt and extremely simple to use. Once the 621kb (yeah that’s how small the game file size is) game has been installed, you would be directly taken into the heart of the game within a matter of seconds. All it does is establish a connection with the servers and within literally two seconds, you are all set to get into the action. The smooth graphical UI and realistic game sounds make it even more interesting and gives the game a real true to life playing experience.
Those of you having a lower end budget device like the Galaxy Y or the HTC Explorer are also capable of fully enjoying the perks of this game as it does not require any high end hardware configuration as compared to the requirements of other 3D games currently available that do require a little bit of juice to run smoothly. The game works flawlessly on tablets as well in both vertical and horizontal orientations. One important thing to be noted here is that a data package or Wi-Fi connection is required to play the game. Overall, All Slots Blackjack is a fun and addictive game to play and I’m sure you’ll be spending hours and hours on it. Trust me !
You can get free android blackjack app at Google Play