Low minimum blackjack

jballa

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Nov 27, 2012
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lorton
Does anyone know a casino that allows players from the USA and has a minimum bet of less than a dollar? Thanks
 

secret2

irishbrit62
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Nov 30, 2008
Location
New York, United States
Hi jballa,

I would love to know this, too.

I love Blackjack and back in the day at Absolute Poker (now dead) one could play for 10cents and up...not sure about USA casinos, though.

Hopefully someone from USA, here will know.

Good luck.
 

Westland Bowl

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Wow! A thread about blackjack! There has not been a thread solely about blackjack in, what, two years here?:what:
 

secret2

irishbrit62
Joined
Nov 30, 2008
Location
New York, United States
I know!:thumbsup:

I play the free tournies at Miami Club....but it's not the same...it's just to brush up on bj.

I want multi player tables!

I want Elimination Blackjack!

I want under a dollar tables!

I want no bots!

:)
 

jballa

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Joined
Nov 27, 2012
Location
lorton
I know there is liberty reserve casinos such as arumage and lucky samurai which have one cent minimums but liberty reserve is hard to buy within the united states. So far people are saying te liberty reserve casinos are legit and it seems to be easily verifiable as you are cashed out upon logout into your liberty reserve account. Cashing out liberty reserve seems simple it's just hard to buy. I just realized I didn't explain what liberty reserve. It's an online anonymous currency analogous to bitcoins but not decentralized. Further feedback upon liberty reserve casinos will be appreciated
 

bowlingbob

Full Member
Joined
May 1, 2008
Location
usa
I've played quite a bit of blackjack at 3dice but I wish there was a better option available online. They do have low minimum of $1 but the rules there are somewhat bad for the player. They don't seem to make them very favorable to the player so it seems to me that they have no interest in players that like blackjack. They use 5 decks don't allow resplitting of aces and there is no surrender option.Another weird thing I've noticed that I have never seen anywhere else is that if you do split the aces twice and get 10s on each one the dealer does not draw any cards and the hand is over. I've been playing blackjack for 20 years and never seen that either live or online. Bottom line for me I stick mostly to playing blackjack in a land based casino. I have some decent options near me and I can see the cards being dealt and don't have to worry about being cheated by potential rogue software.
 
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