Dealer "won" more often than lost. Also, most of his wins were exact numerical victories, as in exactly one above my hand. There's somethings squirly going on at this casino and I want my money back.
An actual good, functional blackjack game. Thanks for that. Is ghedipunk right, that a player blackjack beats a dealer's blackjack? I didn't know that. I guess that would make sense, because otherwise taking insurance would mean safeguarding the 3:2 winnings and would be worthwhile, and they say never buy insurance unless you're counting and you know enough 10s are coming and clearly it would be worthwhile to buy insurance if you were insuring the larger amount.
Why would 2000 be reasonable? It doesn't matter, all that matters is the ratio to your bankroll - and you should NEVER be betting that much! Even if you're the best counter in the world, you should never be betting more than 2% of your money or so, so unless you've turned 2000 into 30000 and the deck is VERY hot, you shouldn't be betting 500 anyway. Never mind that casinos like taking your money - and I've been in casinos where there are tables with 200 dollar bet limit. REMEMBER, the casinos ALSO don't want you having a large spread (ratio between your biggest and smallest bet), because that's how counting works. They want the minimum bet to not be hundreds of times smaller than the maximum bet.
Best blackjack I've seen so far... but...
Player blackjack always beats a dealer's blackjack. It shouldn't be a push.
Where's the $5 chip? Why the $500 limit, instead of $2,000 as is reasonable? (Remember, casinos like taking people's money.)
Could do better
A little hard to read the words. And add some casino music. Not this elevator crap.
Lol jk. :P But its blackjack and nothing less.
I like that you can bet your last bet by just clicking last bet. I like the max bet option.
I confused the icons between hit and stand a couple of times. But that might be just me. Enjoyable game that I will play again.