True enough. Although, there are several accessible Blackjack games
including yours they are all slightly different. What I like about
this Atlantic City Blackjack is that it uses the same rules as
Atlantic City casinos instead of Vegas casinos. Its also pretty
challenging as well.
For instance, I played a good game last night where I earned about
$500 over the initial bank roll, lost it, and began going on a losing
streak where the dealer knocked me down to $250. I slowly built myself
back up to the initial $1000 stake before quitting the game. Point
being, this version of Blackjack is definitely got good replay value,
and I think I'm going to add some of the features of this Blackjack
game to my own.
On 12/7/11, Jim Kitchen <j...@kitchensinc.net> wrote:
> Hi Charles,
> Ok, so maybe the Atlantic City black jack game is not speaking automatically
> because I am running such an old version of Jaws. The game runs fine, I
> just need to use the review cursor. But truthfully the only reason that I
> even tried the game was because Michael sent it to me in an Email. I
> already have a black jack game that uses any of my fine sapi5 voices.
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