OnlineBlackjack.com relaunches under new owners

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Sep 12, 2010 Posted in Poker Industry News | No Comments »

The popular Online Blackjack site, onlineblackjack.com, has recently undergone a huge transformation, including changing owners. The new owners of the site have announced their intention of turning the site into the premiere source for blackjack information on the internet by giving their readers the latest news and information from the online blackjack world as well as brick & mortar casinos.

Onlineblackjack.com is not only an online blackjack portal, but also offers visitors a free online blackjack game where they can practice the strategies and concepts they have learned on the site before putting their own money at risk, whether its at a casino blackjack table or an online blackjack table. By practicing with the free software from the site players will be able to get a good feel of how blackjack works, and how the strategies will increase your profitability.

Along with their How to Play Blackjack area where new players will learn the basics of blackjack play, online blackjack.com also features a comprehensive area on online blackjack; where everything from the basic strategies to card-counting is discussed.

Blackjack players and enthusiasts can now follow onlineblackjack.com on Twitter, where followers will receive news from the blackjack world, tips and strategies, as well as up to the minute blog entries.

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