Blackjack 3 Hands

Table games are still as popular as they ever were in both land-based and online casinos, and with multiple versions of the same games being available to access, gamers aren’t lacking in possible products to access. Blackjack is one of these games, and Netent have created a few of its own variations on the classic offering, including this 3 Hands version. If you’re familiar with the game of blackjack, then accessing this particular version won’t provide you with anything ultimately different, with the exception of being able to play three hands at once every round. And Netent is one of the best designers as far as quality of game play is concerned, so you’ll find that this one has been imbued with high end graphics, and it even features a classy piece of piano music to accompany your game play. This, of course, can be muted if you so wish it to be though.

American Roulette

Erupting with a graphically welcoming video package, American Roulette will certainly give you a great introduction to itself. And once the video package has ended, you’ll be serenaded by some very soothing music while you play. Of course, you’ll then be taken to the gaming screen where the necessary table and roulette wheel are displayed. The American Roulette offering from Netent is filled with high quality graphics, as always, and it has been designed so as to try and make it an easy-to-play product. If you already understand the idea behind playing such a product, then you’ll have no trouble with placing your bets and playing the game in general. But, if you need a little more help with understanding and playing the game, then read on.

French Roulette

It’s the same kind of story with Netent’s French Roulette as it is for the other offerings in this genre of table game – you’re greeted with a very vibrant and welcoming video package to introduce you to the game. Once this has finished playing, you’ll be presented with a very familiar sort of roulette layout, although in order to cater to the French theme behind it, most words are written in the French language. However, this should be of no dissuasion to halt you from playing it because it still provides you with high quality graphics and game play on the whole. You also have some soothing soundtrack music playing in the background as well, although if you do find this too distracting, you have the option of muting it. On the whole, it’s a very welcoming and attractive game to play.

European Roulette

There aren’t so many differences in the European, French and American versions of roulette provided by Netent. General game play is just about the same, although with minor tweaks to the overall layout and design to ensure it offers up at least some subtle differences. Of course, European Roulette still offers up the very same top quality graphics as all others offered, although it offers up a visibly different experience on the whole. You’ll also be welcomed with the same video package that opens up all of the roulette games from the developer, and following on from this you are able to see the game screen.

TXS Hold’em Pro Series

Netent provides its players with a decent range of table games, from blackjack through to baccarat. However, one of the developer’s more overlooked games is its TXS Hold’em Pro Series table game, but checking through this review will explain to you that it’s a bad thing to overlook such a game. In order to play the game, you might need to know a little bit more about the game, in general. Texas Hold’em is a variation of the card game of poker, where two cards are provided as the hole cards, and these are dealt face down to each player, followed by five community cards dealt face up. It’s a game that has been around since the early 1900s and, of course, any such game needs to be translated to the online world, which Netent took care of with this Pro Series version.

Trey Poker

If you’re a regular table game player, then you’ll probably already be aware that there’s a wide range of different poker products available out there. Netent have created a fair few of their own as well, and Trey Poker is just one of them. This provides gamers with one of the simpler offerings of such, but it’s still an entertaining and exciting game on the whole as well. For those of you who aren’t familiar with such offerings, the word ‘trey’ translates to ‘three’ in poker terms, and this is key to the general idea behind the game, as it’s played with only three cards. Even though this is the case, the aim of the game is exactly the same as all other poker offerings, meaning that you need to form a better hand than that of the dealer. With this being the case, if you’re familiar with the different poker hands that can be created, you will be at a definite advantage over those players who aren’t.

Caribbean Stud Poker Professional Series

Another offering in the variations of casino table games, Caribbean Stud Poker offers up rules similar to five-card stud poker. However, unlike most standard poker games, you always play against the house dealer rather than against other players. And in fact, this version of poker has only been around since about 1982, which, when compared with other table game offerings is still relatively new to the industry. Since that time though, it has become one of the most popular versions of poker to play. Gambling expert David Sklansky laid claim to formulating the fame originally, although this has been argued by several people claiming to have played it under a different name on a cruise ship travelling to Aruba many years before. Whatever the case is with this, this Netent offering provides gamers with an entertaining and thrilling table gaming option from the developer.

Blackjack Professional Series

Blackjack is one of the most popular casino table games, and it has been played within casinos both land-based and online for many years now. And while there are several different variations on the original game available to play, sometimes it’s great to get back down to basics, and that’s exactly what you can do when you play the Professional Series version of the game by Netent. This one presents you with not only the same high quality and entertaining graphics of the developer, but there’s also the regularly offered piece of soundtrack music, providing a classy tone to your overall game play. If you’re a fan of blackjack, like we are, then this one will certainly appeal to you. What could be better than playing a game like this? Well, playing such with a great user experience and features, and Netent pulls out all of the stops to cater to avid gamers.

Baccarat Professional Series

As far as casino table games go, Baccarat is one of three of the most popular ones alongside blackjack and roulette. There are three variants of the game, which are known as Punto Banco, Baccarat Chemin de Fer and Baccarat Banque. On the whole, it’s basically a card comparing game, and it’s been around since first coming to light in 19th-century France. Baccarat has three possible outcomes, which exist in the form of ‘Player’, ‘Banker’ and ‘Tie’, and you’ll always play against the dealer in this Netent Professional Series version. And not only that, but when playing this version, you’ll be presented with high quality graphics that are synonymous with this developer’s games, while a classy sounding piece of music accompanies your overall game play. However, this can be muted, should you feel the need to play in total silence.

Punto Banco

If you’ve played the game of baccarat, then you’ll find that Punto Banco is just a variant of this. It’s also sometimes called North American Baccarat. While game play is much the same, it has both some of the lowest house edges amongst casino table games, and some of the highest. However, in terms of the pay outs offered in this one, they run in the same vein as those for the standard baccarat offering from Netent. Game play is accompanied by the regular stylish and classy soundtrack music, while the wonderful integration of Netent’s range of graphics exist within as well. The idea behind playing Punto Banco is to try and guess on the outcome of the card hands that are dealt to both you and the banker. You’re basically betting on who you believe will receive the higher total.