Picture of the Day: Stacy loves blackjack

We met Stacy on a trip to Las Vegas looking for models, and we got some creative shots when we pulled out a deck of cards and let Stacy pose with two blackjack hands. Stacy has a killer body and she’s not shy about shoing it off.

Stacy loves blackjack

  

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The Advantages of Playing Blackjack Android Apps

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Playing blackjack on android has long shed the stigma of having to settle for less, in just about every respect. Mobile devices are perfectly capable of handling graphics just as good as you’ll find in the full, downloadable clients of online casinos, and blackjack (like slots and other casino card games) is wonderfully suited for being played on the smaller screen of a mobile phone or tablet.

Indeed, blackjack lends itself well to android-based gaming, and because of that, one can safely say that the android-based version of the game is possibly even better than the PC-based one.

The smaller screen-size is just about the only drawback, other than that, blackjack for android only carries advantages. People can take the game with them wherever they go, and given how well blackjack works as a recreational game, playing a couple of hands while waiting in line at the bank or the ATM, makes perfect sense indeed.

Blackjack is a strategy-based game, in which the players can actually diminish the house edge by adhering to optimal strategy. What that also means is that through practice, one can actually polish up on his/her skills and thusly, by playing lots of recreational games, one can get better for the real money action.

There are several types of blackjack games made for the Android platform, and there are literally hundreds if not thousands of such apps, which – considering the overall popularity of the game – isn’t even particularly surprising.

One type of blackjack android devices run is the offline type. This kind of app is basically a standalone game, with built-in AI, which goes up against the player. Needless to say, such games are all play-money ones, and even though they lack the excitement brought along by the element of risk, they’re great for recreational players. They lose no money, yet they get to enjoy the action and even – as said above – brush up on their basic strategy skills in the process.

There are so many such blackjack android apps of this type available out there, one will probably have to try out several before a favorite is found.

The second type of blackjack android devices can handle just as well, is the kind available for free through the apps offered by various online casinos. Blackjack is one of the backbones of the online gambling industry, and given how well it lends itself to mobile gaming, it’s only natural that it be one of the best and most widely implemented games in the online casino apps available out there.

This type of blackjack game can only be played online, and even though the focus is on the real money action, most online casinos make these games available in play money versions too.

With that in mind, it’s probably safe to say that these games are the best for recreational gamblers too, simply because – its financial interests on the line – the online casino will never do a sloppy job at delivering top-notch play experience through these games and yes, that goes for the play money versions too.

The bottom line: if you’re looking for a good android blackjack game, just log on to a reputable online casino, download their app and fire up the play money version of the game. It doesn’t even matter whether you’re interested in real money action or not. These games look great, they work well and the experience they offer is second to none. Add to that the fact that you can carry the game around with you wherever you want and play whenever you have a spare moment, and you have a sure winner!

  

Picture of the Day: Stacey hits blackjack

Here’s a great shot of Stacey we took in Las Vegas. Naturally we had her pose with some blackjack cards.

Stacey hits blackjack

  

Horseshoe Casino opens in Downtown Cleveland

As a casino fan from Ohio, I was always content with jetting off to Las Vegas for some 24-hour fun at the tables. But as more and more states started allowing casino gambling, it became frustrating to watch Ohio voters consistently reject proposals that would permit casino gambling in Ohio.

Two things helped change that. First, we had the massive recession in 2008, and Ohioans saw billions of dollars leaving the state to casinos in adjoining states like Pennsylvania. Then, Cavs owner Dan Gilbert got involved. Gilbert knows how to get things done, and with his involvement the pro-casino forces finally got their act together and Ohio voters passed a constitutional amendment in 2009 that permitted the construction of four casinos in Cleveland, Toledo, Columbus and Cincinnati.

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Bet the House!

Bullz-Eye publisher Gerardo Orlando recently spoke with Richard Roeper about his new book – “Bet the House.” Roeper loves to gamble, so he came up with a great idea for a book after seeing Morgan Spurlock’s documentary “Super Size Me.” Roeper concocted his own 30-day challenge – he would bet at least $1,000 per day of his own money every day over a 30-day period. It’s a great read and we highly recommend it if you like to gamble. Roeper tries just about every form of wagering he could think of, from poker to a coin flip. He covers blackjack, slots, craps, sports betting, horse racing and much more, along with numerous trips to Las Vegas and some great stories about the Kentucky Derby.

His stories about some of the characters you run into when playing poker are hilarious.

BE: Some of the funniest parts of the book were the references to some of the other poker players you played with – the stereotypical, young poker player with the trucker hat, sunglasses, headphones. Talk a little bit about that because we’ve all run into those characters when we’ve played poker.

RR: Well yeah, it’s been about what…six, seven years now since the poker boom really hit, in the early 2000’s. So you know, you get a lot of these young players who, you know they were 14 or 15, watching the World Series of Poker and they have really been influenced by it, to me, in a comical way. Where they see these guys on TV with the sunglasses and the headphones and the Ed Hardy t-shirts and all that stuff. And they all think that they’re the next sensation and they’re so, you know, so serious and…unfortunately, it’s also given a lot of people license to really behave badly, in a boorish manner at the tables. And they don’t get it that if you’re Phil Hellmuth, you get away with it because you’ve got 11 bracelets and you’ve created a persona. If you’re some kid playing at a charity tournament in Chicago, you know, lighten up, get over yourself.

BE: Yeah, it’s hilarious when you run into those guys.

RR: I love messing with them.

  

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