The Swedish-based Boss Media company is one of the biggest and most veteran
software providers in the market. You can virtually approach an actual land-based
casino when you see how realistic this software seems. There are available
to you private and multi-player tables. Any bet reaching back some thirty days
is simple to access by well-kept records. In addition a transaction record
reaching back as far as you need can retrieve any withdrawal, bonus or deposit
made by you. On opening an account you’ll get sent a PIN by regular mail which
you can use when drawing over five hundred dollar sums.
It’s rather amazing how they go about it but Boss Media certainly knows how
to select its casino owners, which are well-founded concerns. It seems that
there is not one single unsuccessful Boss Media casino. If you put your cash
on a Boss casino you’ve nothing to worry about.
If you have Version 3 you’ll be possessing a program for cash back. And the
cash back rate for the game is as follows:
For single deck blackjack you get 0.0%.
For Casino War, Roulette, blackjack – six decks, baccarat and craps you get
For Pai Gow Poker you get 0.2%.
For Temple of Isis Slots, Bonus Madness Slots, Haunted House Slots, Aladdin's
Lamp Slots, Jack In the Box Slots, 4 Reels Drive Slots, Killer Whale Slots,
Gold Pirates Slots, Caribbean Stud Poker, Video Poker, and Sic Bo all give
For Money Wheel and Keno you get 0.5%.
The following information relate to the games in Version 3 including the
house edge, rules and strategic tips. When you play at Boss Media casinos keep
in mind the time restrictions. In blackjack, once the cards have been dealt
you have to make a decision within a number of seconds. If you don’t make a
decision it’s assume by the dealer that you prefer to stand. I was once forced
to stand on seven when I wasn’t paying attention and had a total of seven on
my two first cards. I lost a sixty dollar wager while the dealer only got an
eighteen. However, the manager of the casino was nice enough to refund me half
You use six decks. On the banker the house edge is 1.06% while it’s 1.24%
on the player and a tie gives an edge of 14.44%.
The rules for blackjack are as follows:
- You use six decks of cards
- On soft seventeen the dealer has to stand
- On any of his first two cards the player can double
- Following a split the player can double
- Resplitting is not allowed by a player
- For split aces only one card
- According to United States rules, for blackjack dealer always peeks
So Boss Media in the end removed their rule for no-peeking by bringing out
Playing Single Deck Blackjack
Well done Boss Media for providing a game with an advantage for players,
although this cannot be said for all Boss casinos. Apart from the fact that
only one pack is used, the single-deck blackjack has identical rules to those
of six-deck. In addition you are allowed to play at a time only one hand. You
get a player’s edge of 0.11% with this game. You can add 0.03% to the player’s
edge if you keep to the basic strategic exceptions. You can now follow the
fundamental strategy used in games for single-decks. You can also take a look
at the available single-deck strategic charts.
The Boss Media casinos having single-deck games are as follows:
Casino Club, Pharaoh’s Casino and Player’s Club Casino. Some people consider
that Atlantic Casino maintains a single deck game, but apparently here the
dealer is permitted to hit a soft seventeen and you are only permitted doubling
on nine to eleven leading to a 0.23% house edge.
Playing Caribbean Poker
Using the standard payout table this is an identical game to Caribbean Stud
Poker. According to the accepted rules a 5.22% edge is given to the house as
well as a side bet too.
The house has an edge on the side bet which is 63.76% minus 2.92% for each
of the meter’s ten thousand dollars. At Pharaoh’s Casino it was examined over
two years ago and the house edge stood at over one hundred and ten thousand
dollars of 31.36% was on the meter. The meter would have to climb to over double
this sum for the side bet to have zero house edge.
A lot a people discuss the possibility of scheming with other participants
in multi-player mode by interchanging information regarding held cards. However
according to one expert, you require a minimum of six participants for gaining
an advantage. As Boss Media maintains a mere five seats potential plotters
are wasting their energy here.