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Net Entertainment Review and wild casino ag

The following rules are based on those found at the Cherry Casino. I played there in June and July of 2001 for this review. The software is Java, allowing immediately play, either for money or fun. The graphics are nice and to the point. The game speed is fast for Java and the controls are easy to understand.

Unlike most online casinos you have to pay for a bank draft ($20) but a wire transfer is free. It is not clear how to make a withdrawal for less than the deposit. Deposits are accepted via Pay Pay.

Blackjack

There are two blackjack games available. At the low limit table the player may play up to three hands at $1-$40 each. At the high limit table the player may play one spot only at $10-$400. The rules for both tables are as follows:

4 decks

Dealer stands on soft 17

Player may double on any first two cards

Player may double after splitting

Player may split only once

Dealer always peeks under ten and ace, exposing a blackjack before player’s turn

The house edge under these rules is 0.40%.

Keno

Net Entertainment offers some of the best keno wild casino ag odds I have ever seen. The player may choose from 2 to 10 numbers. A 10 number quick pick button is available. The bet range is $1-$5. The expected return ranges from 94.35% with 3 numbers to 96.20% with 2 numbers. The following table shows the expected return for all number of marks from 2 to 10.

Net Entertainment Keno

Marks Return

2 96.20%

3 94.35%

4 95.13%

5 95.24%

6 95.29%

7 95.38%

8 95.53%

9 95.58%

10 95.29%

Roulette

A single zero wheel is used, for a house edge of 2.70%.

Scratch & Win

This is a scratch card game. I have no information on the return.

Slots

There are five slot machines to choose from. These include two single line, 3 reels machines; one five reel, 5 line; one five reel, nine line, and a three reel one line Wheel of Fortune type machine. Unlike all other slots I have seen the pay table is not relative to the number of coins but the actual win in dollars and cents. All games are 25 cent machines, although depending on the game the player may bet up to 90 coins. I have no information on the return of these games.

Video Poker

Two jacks or better formats are available, single play and triple play. The player may only play for quarters, up to $1.25 on the single play and $9.00 on the triple play.

Following is the pay table for the single play machine per coin, based on the maximum of five coins played. The return of this pay table is 91.60% with optimal strategy.

Jacks or Better

Hand Pays

Royal flush 400

Straight flush 40

Four of a kind 15

Full house 6

Flush 5

Straight 4

Three of a kind 3

Two pair 2

Jacks or better 1

The triple play machine (or Three Hands Poker as they call it) offers much better odds. Following is the pay table for the triple play machine per coin, based on the maximum of 36 coins played. The return of this pay table is 98.41% with optimal strategy.

Jacks or Better

Hand Pays

Royal flush 266.67

Straight flush 50

Four of a kind 25

Full house 9

Flush 6

Straight 4

Three of a kind 3

Two pair 2

Jacks or better 1

 

 

 

 

 

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