Playing in a live casino, the environment that surrounds us can greatly change our experience. Even the tiniest things like the design of the chips or the uniform of the staff can leave a really cool or sometimes a really poor impression. It's the same, and possibly even more important online - the software is one of the most decisive factors when we choose a site to gamble on. Therefore we here at casino-strategy.com decided to make a list of the 3 best Blackjack software out there.
NetEnt is one of the biggest software providers throughout the online scene and deservedly so. Their softwares offer a great selection of the popular Blackjack variants. The design of the game feels quite natural and very clear - you won't have those annoying mis-clicks ever again. The options cover the most basic needs like audio and music setups as well as an adjustable slider for the speed of the game (that is really needed, because the default speed is kind of slow). The software has some bugs though, the full screen version doesn't always adjust well in modern browsers and there are some language issues as well (for us the odds were in Italian - beautiful language, but still).
All in all the software is great for those who are not looking for the fancy effects and animations. but rather a clear, easy-to-use interface to play their favourite variant of Blackjack. You may want to try it, you can find the NetEnt software on bet-at-home or GDay Casino.
Are you bored with the ordinary design of most software? Every button always being the same, at the same place, and on and on? Apparently so is SoftSwiss. They redesigned the old traditional look of the Blackjack software and created something very new and unique - and it looks fantastic. The only negative we could find is the lack of options - there is a full screen mode and you can adjust the volume of the music and sounds, but that's it, nothing else. Regardless, the animations are smooth, the visual design is great. On top of all this, SoftSwiss launched a software that accepts Bitcoin as currency, making transparency in gaming easier than it ever was before.
We strongly suggest you try this unique experience and see for yourself at Chance Hill.
By far our favourite, playtech is the world's largest online gaming software provider and for good reason. Their Blackjack products (of which there is quite a lot) have everything one would ever want. Even after looking at every option, clicking every button we could not find a single bug or anything we might miss from the software. There are several options built-in including warning messages, game speed, the colour of the cloth and even the music that is playing in the background. The layout of the table and buttons is kind of generic, but at this point we're just nitpicking.
The playtech software has it all. If you feel like trying it, and it's worth trying, register to Betfair, Ladbrokes or Casino.com now.
Last edited: 22/08/17