Here’s details on the eight games that currently make up the Super Spade Games library.
The innovative part of Blackjack One 2 Infinity is that it has infinite seats. There’s no limit to the number of players at each virtual table.
Outside of that feature, it’s a boring game of blackjack with rules worse for the player than you’d typically find in a casino. Blackjack pays out at 6:5 instead of the more advantageous 3:2, and try as I might, I couldn’t find any information on how many decks they use in the shoe, or how frequently they reshuffle the shoe.
This is an Indian game that SSG and other online casino providers are slowly spreading to other parts of the world. It’s a game of chance with a 50:50 outcome-based entirely on luck.
I have to admit I haven’t seen this game before and I didn’t fully understand the rules as I was learning it and trying it, but the dealer was really patient in helping me understand.
Teenpatti is another South Asian game that’s growing in popularity across the rest of the world. The name literally means “three cards.” Traditionally more of a social game than a gambling game, designers like SSG have turned it into a live dealer contest.
I have literally no frame of reference for talking about SSG’s version of the game, except to say that I enjoyed playing the game because the interface was simple as were the rules of the game.
Super Spade Games’ Roulette is a standard American-style roulette game, not the more player-friendly European version. There’s no option to play on a European wheel, just American roulette, at least for now.
The same goes for their Baccarat game, which is literally not innovative in any way except for the presence of a live dealer.
This is an unusual game, but if you’ve played at online poker sites in the past few years, you’ve seen Dragon Tiger before. It’s not a game you’ll find in brick and mortar casinos, but mobile, online, and live casino services are increasingly hosting the game.
You might think of Dragon Tiger as two-card baccarat. The dealer lays out two cards, one to the Dragon, one to the Tiger. Players bet on which card will be higher. A few other prop bets are available based on the color, suit, or rank of the cards drawn.
I read a review that claims the Dragon Tiger game from Super Spade Games is based on an 8-deck shoe. I can’t verify that, and the dealer in the test game I played for this review couldn’t tell me, either.
I guess it’s some kind of trade secret. If the shoe is made up of 8 decks, the house edge on the basic Dragon or Tiger bet is 3.73% – that’s not awful, but it’s not among the best bets on the casino floor.
Casino-style poker classic Three Card Poker is faithfully recreated here with a live dealer. There’s not much more to say about it – no special rules, jackpots, or other conditions exist. If you like Three Card Poker and you want to play with a live dealer, this is a perfectly acceptable way to get it.
Super Spade Games says their version of Casino War uses six decks. Here’s the pay table they advertise:
These are considered stingy rules since they don’t pay any bonus for a tie result after another tie. Some versions of Casino War have this rule in place, and when they do the house edge drops to 2.3%.
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