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Multi-Player Blackjack

Gold Club d.o.o.

Slovenia’s Gold Club, a leading supplier of automated roulette and other multi-player and single-player gaming machines for Europe and other worldwide markets, is launching a multi-player blackjack game.
The five-player unit provides a game of blackjack identical to the live version. Each player has a touch-screen monitor for wagering and for making decisions on each hand. The five player stations are embedded in a standard blackjack table in front of a video dealer, depicted on a 42-inch plasma screen.
The electronic blackjack game employs all the same game rules as the live game, but has the advantages of electronic dealing and shuffling-there are no dealer errors, there are no disputed hands, and all hands are recorded.  
The system also can be linked to online player tracking and accounting systems for accurate recording of wagering levels for the purpose of rewarding loyal players.
The blackjack game can be customized with whatever configuration the casino wishes to employ with respect to number of decks and variable blackjack rules with regard to splitting and other factors.
Gold Club’s blackjack game employs a sleek design and colors designed to attract attention on the casino floor.
Manufacturer: Gold Club d.o.o.
Platform:  PC/Windows
Format: Five-player electronic blackjack
Denomination, Minimum/Maximum Bets: Operator-configurable
Top Award: Various
Theoretical Hold: 1%-4% average (based on number of decks and strategy)
Frank Legato is editor of Global Gaming Business magazine. He has been writing on gaming topics since 1984, when he launched and served as editor of Casino Gaming magazine. Legato, a nationally recognized expert on slot machines, has served as editor and reporter for a variety of gaming publications, including Public Gaming, IGWB, Casino Journal, Casino Player, Strictly Slots and Atlantic City Insider. He has an B.A. in journalism and an M.A. in communications from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA. He is the author of the books, How To Win Millions Playing Slot Machines... Or Lose Trying, and Atlantic City: In Living Color.  

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