Blackjack is the most widely played casino banking game in the world. It involves a dealer and one or more players. Each player is dealt two cards and then has the option to take additional cards to bring the value of his hand to 21 or less.

A game of Blackjack with the hand 21 (Image credit: Wikipedia)
Blackjack has been the target of many high-profile advantage players especially card counters, which prompted casinos to take preventive measures such as the use of 7 to 8 decks and the installation of the “eye in the sky”.

The movie 21 is based on the real life story of MIT students who trained as advantage player and made millions from Vegas casinos.

Unfortunately, when I wrote the game, I wasn’t too familiar with the rules of blackjack. The game play is somewhat lacking in experience. But, it was my first project involving texture loading, which was a big step forward.


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  1. Hello, I really like your weblog. Is there something I can do to receive updates like a subscription or some thing? I am sorry I am not familiar with RSS?

    • virajmahesh

       /  January 12, 2012

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  2. Previously two years I’ve discovered easy methods to play more effectively. It requires determination.


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