Microgaming Gives Casino Punters Some Practise

07/22/2013
By Tommie ClarkGoogle
Yet again Microgaming are making leaps and strides after announcing the release of a Windows and Xbox application that will give casino Blackjack fans a training version of one of the most popular casino games out there.

The application is designed to coach players how to play Blackjack. Considering Microgaming service a number of casinos with their Blackjack software table games this little number is going to prick the ears up of more than a few online Blackjack players interested in improving their play. This is particularly when it comes to playing in a casino that uses the services of the massive software giant.

Microgaming’s new release comes with multiple levels that will move players up the rankings in a strategically designed pattern that can be taken back to the casinos by the players and tested on the real money tables.

Unfortunately, there are so many gimmicks and tricks out there sold as super Blackjack systems, but many of them really just don’t work. As a result, Microgaming are now giving those who have been conned by some of these systems a chance to use a piece of software that will coach them through their Blackjack play and help them pick up tips as well as plug up cash leaks in their game.



Aptly named, Bronzebeard Blackjack the Strategy Coach is actually quite humorous as well as serious at the same time. The game basically makes learning fun as it is not a real money game, and so for some that will ultimately take away a lot of the appeal. Yet, with Captain Bronzebeard as your coach the game has been spiced up a bit to give players some encouragement along the way.

One of the best things about Bronzebeard Blackjack the Strategy Coach is that Microgaming are giving it away for free, which is in a way like a no deposit casino bonus, but this time you get software instead of cash. Not only is it free another great feature is that it is available as a 3D application for Windows 8 mobile phones and touchpads giving players a real look at what Windows 8 smartphone and mobile gaming will bring from the massive software giant in the future.

This week the game was touted around at the GSMA Mobile World Congress that was held in Spain’s majestic city of Barcelona, and it is said to have received some very good reviews.

In the game itself Captain Bronzebeard is a master Blackjack shark, and so he likes to take anyone on for a fun challenge. The theme is set on an educational intergalactic journey where players will be given the heads-up on bad moves and good plays, although the featured adventure can be disabled after a while allowing players to play out normal games to test just how much Captain Bronzebeard has taught them. This can be done over 4 levels and a host of 3D animations plus adding to the fun is a mass of treasure to be hunted down during the game.

It’s actually a pretty sweet game when you come to think about it. The levels and software have been designed to suit pros looking to get a little extra edge in their game, as well as for beginners who are just looking to reduce their losses and start to turn over a few profitable evenings at the tables. Moreover, it teaches you how to play Blackjack properly, it has 3D quality, and it’s free. What a bargain!

Keep your eye out for its official release and remember it is free, so it is certainly worth a crack of the whip. If you are Windows 7 or 8 phone owner the game will be out on these platforms initially with Windows 8 desktop, XBOX, and XBOX Live releases coming shortly after. 

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