Lowest house edge BlackJack online?

gfkostas

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I am primarily a BJ player and as am based in the UK I have almost given up playing in British regulated casinos due to fear of SOW and crap like that that I really don't like and thus am looking for Crypto casinos or non crypto but "relaxed ones". Also I am not really fun of online live casinos (too slow).

The best BJ that I currently know is Microgaming's single deck "Classic Blackjack" (single and multi hand available) with an amazing RTP of 99.91%. 32red has this but since it is a british casino I rather avoid them. Anything else anyone could recommend to me?
 
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I am primarily a BJ player and as am based in the UK I have almost given up playing in British regulated casinos due to fear of SOW and crap like that that I really don't like and thus am looking for Crypto casinos or non crypto but "relaxed ones". Also I am not really fun of online live casinos (too slow).

The best BJ that I currently know is Microgaming's single deck "Classic Blackjack" (single and multi hand available) with an amazing RTP of 99.91%. 32red has this but since it is a british casino I rather avoid them. Anything else anyone could recommend to me?
Video poker has god rtp👍
 
@gfkostas so you are after a video BJ game, not a live dealt game? I’ve never trusted the video BJ games to be truly random. I see them more like a slot machine that is programmed to play to RTP. I could be wrong and am happy to be corrected by anyone who knows better.
 
@gfkostas so you are after a video BJ game, not a live dealt game? I’ve never trusted the video BJ games to be truly random. I see them more like a slot machine that is programmed to play to RTP. I could be wrong and am happy to be corrected by anyone who knows better.
Yes am after electronic versions.
Why do you not trust them being fully random? Casinos do not control the software they use and so for them to mess with it they would have to have Microgaming involved, make sure they don't get noticed, put their licence/business at risk for a game thats in their favour anyway? etc. Especially with crypto casinos you can actually verify(with hashes) that the result is indeed random.
 
Yes am after electronic versions.
Why do you not trust them being fully random? Casinos do not control the software they use and so for them to mess with it they would have to have Microgaming involved, make sure they don't get noticed, put their licence/business at risk for a game thats in their favour anyway? etc. Especially with crypto casinos you can actually verify(with hashes) that the result is indeed random.
I’m not suggesting any foul play, and certainly not by any casino. I just feel that electronic versions are programmed to play within a RTP and not a truly random deck(s) of cards. Just my opinion.
 
I’m not suggesting any foul play, and certainly not by any casino. I just feel that electronic versions are programmed to play within a RTP and not a truly random deck(s) of cards. Just my opinion.
I agree with you there, the game can definitely get very streaky compared to regular games.
 
A friend of mine, is a very good blackjack player (any card games tbh). He won 20k playing in a live poker tournament. He lost it all in one night playing electronic blackjack and said he had never witnessed a run like it.

Personally, I wouldn’t trust anything programmed, as it is what it says. Years ago, I knew and dealt with a provider (bearing in mind there were no regulations as such back then). When I backed him into a corner over rtp, he admitted that the blackjack kept an amazing 25%.

In the past, I have carried out many experiments with electronic roulette and can state without doubt that it is not random. One of the experiments, that I carried out hundreds of times, was to bet on a single number, over several hundred spins. The times that it was the only one of the 37 numbers not to appear was astounding and left no doubt as to whether it was random or not.
 
RTP for game is 99.6%, and optimal choices are highlighted. It's officially called blackjack neo, and is found on a lot of casino platforms that offer Relax gaming titles.

99.6% is nothing exceptional. I can find it quite easily. I was looking for something 99.8%+

A friend of mine, is a very good blackjack player (any card games tbh). He won 20k playing in a live poker tournament. He lost it all in one night playing electronic blackjack and said he had never witnessed a run like it.

Personally, I wouldn’t trust anything programmed, as it is what it says. Years ago, I knew and dealt with a provider (bearing in mind there were no regulations as such back then). When I backed him into a corner over rtp, he admitted that the blackjack kept an amazing 25%.

In the past, I have carried out many experiments with electronic roulette and can state without doubt that it is not random. One of the experiments, that I carried out hundreds of times, was to bet on a single number, over several hundred spins. The times that it was the only one of the 37 numbers not to appear was astounding and left no doubt as to whether it was random or not.

Anecdotal evidence and carrying out personal experiments with just "hundreds of rounds " proves absolutely 0 am afraid. Depending on what it is you are trying to prove you need hundreds of thousands of rounds MINIMUM to get any good solid data. I am sorry but you are naïve in your assessments and conclusions.
No legit Blackjack game from a credible known software company keeps 25%, not even close. If so it would have been easy to spot it, record your session and ruin their reputation very quickly. You wouldn't need too many rounds to show that a certain BJ is cheating by a massive 25%. Something similar happened many years ago with Bar casino (if I recall the name correctly), those old enough here will remember this.

Generally people have a hard time understanding probability and statistics and that which is perfectly normal looks "suspicious". It is more often than not lack of knowledge from the tester than anything dodgy happening from the software side.
 
That actually came from the provider, that the game kept 25%. I am being naive :laugh:, I’ll speak with you again, when you’ve lost all your dollars and you’re wondering how the hell it happened.

Good luck!
 
gfkostas, seems to me you work in the business. I've had it with those brainstormed answers while almost everyone experience that BJ online is as rigged as hell....greetings
 
I am primarily a BJ player and as am based in the UK I have almost given up playing in British regulated casinos due to fear of SOW and crap like that that I really don't like and thus am looking for Crypto casinos or non crypto but "relaxed ones". Also I am not really fun of online live casinos (too slow).

The best BJ that I currently know is Microgaming's single deck "Classic Blackjack" (single and multi hand available) with an amazing RTP of 99.91%. 32red has this but since it is a british casino I rather avoid them. Anything else anyone could recommend to me?
I can tell you what casino to avoid and that is Bovada. Its double-deck black jack is so rigged its not even funny. From always getting a ten when hitting a 12 to never getting a 10 when hitting an 11 they scam you every way possible. I even witnessed a 9-card 21 a few days ago. A person has a better chance of building its bankroll by throwing it in a bonfire than they do playing online black jack at bovada.
 
I can tell you what casino to avoid and that is Bovada. Its double-deck black jack is so rigged its not even funny. From always getting a ten when hitting a 12 to never getting a 10 when hitting an 11 they scam you every way possible. I even witnessed a 9-card 21 a few days ago. A person has a better chance of building its bankroll by throwing it in a bonfire than they do playing online black jack at bovada.
Can never understand people who think blackjack isn’t rigged. The fact you can find varying rtp, tells you in black and white. Same for roulette.
 
Can never understand people who think blackjack isn’t rigged. The fact you can find varying rtp, tells you in black and white. Same for roulette.
Number one because when the dealer gets a 20 or 21 in 16 of 20 hands consistently or deals me a bust card 85% of the time when I hit a 12 is not normal. If they have nothing to hide then why do they refuse to provide a hand history? It isnt because they are scared the world will see how fair they are. I am not a moron. I realize the house has an edge. but like 3% not 50%.
 
Number one because when the dealer gets a 20 or 21 in 16 of 20 hands consistently or deals me a bust card 85% of the time when I hit a 12 is not normal. If they have nothing to hide then why do they refuse to provide a hand history? It isnt because they are scared the world will see how fair they are. I am not a moron. I realize the house has an edge. but like 3% not 50%.
That’s what I am saying, electronic games are rigged!
 

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