This project is crossplatform solution for creating almost all card games like "Black Jack" or its Russian analog "21 Очко". Engine is written in Java. Also card game "Nine" is now available.

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  • Another self defeating Java Blackjack game. Improper Input sanitizing and having to re-enter the same bet every time (Does Not remember amount bet previous play) make it difficult ... After a while I'd just enter an amount and click "Stay": and watch the dealer Bust without me even HAVING a Card Dealt to me. The Same cards are dealt again and again: No random deck Shuffle and Deal through it until the last 4 or 5 cards are left ... then reshuffling. The Stay button should not be active if no cards are dealt the player. Poor programming ....

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User Interface

Java Swing

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2008-07-20