two player blackjack

Alright, one more game from the dev team at Youda games. Governor of Poker 3 is made by the same people behind Learn Texas Holdem Offline and Poker World ndash; Offline Texas Holdem. The reason this features is because everyone I asked said these games are simply the best offline Texas Holdem poker apps you can play bar none. This version is offline, has the same cartoony style as the previous two games and includes tutorials for newbies. Seasoned players will also get a challenge so everyone is catered for here. Gameplay is straightforward and the app is slick. Nothing more you need really. If you’re playing a cash game on PokerBros, the software automatically collects a rake, a small cut of the pot as a service fee of sorts. Fortunately, the rake goes to our club, not to PokerBros. Unfortunately, though we can minimize the rake (the lowest level amounts to one big blind for every hand that goes to a showdown), we apparently can’t turn it off—which means that by two player blackjack the end of a five-hour game, we’ve collected roughly $50 in rakes. Keeping it would be bad form, not to mention illegal. Instead we cap off the night with a Hold ’em tournament, with the winner and runner up splitting the rakes 67/33. And then we reluctantly say our goodbyes, sign out of the app, and look forward to doing it all again in a week.