Which Pay Per Head Websites Offer Blackjack?

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Jul/27/2015
Which Pay Per Head Websites Offer Blackjack?

Online casino gambling can be an important additional revenue stream for your sports bookmaking business and blackjack ranks as the most popular.  The best Pay Per Head websites will offer a suite of casino games.  Remember, the house always wins when it comes to casinos.

Given today’s advances in gaming software the experience and action of playing blackjack online is about as close as it gets to actually being in a brick and mortar casino. There are traditional versions of Blackjack as part of the Premier Pay Per Head software package as well as live online games that feature the added excitement of an actual dealer.

The house advantage for blackjack is usually under 1% in most games.  Allowing the player to continue playing their hands as normal after splitting aces reduces the house edge by 0.19%.

Gambling911.com has found that a rather large percentage of high roller sports bettors tend to play online casino games.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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