Gaming handles credit card transactions through what
must be a subsidiary, Perplexa, which has offices
in Charleston, Nevis West Indies. Network Solutions
reports the Perplexa do-main registrant to be in San
Jose, Costa Rica. Unified Gaming has quite a few licensees,
some more solid than others (see appendix of Beef
and Dairy casinos). Despite the number of licensees,
Unified Gaming has a low profile - no known corporate
website or much of anything else. Its software is
referred to as a no-download program, which ironically
means that you download rather ttime han install g
big pedrmanent files onghe hard drive.
Unified Gaming sites very often offer a 50/200 promotion;
you deposit $200 and get a $50 bonus. If a web casino
posts that bonus, it is usually a Unified Gaming site.
That is not big money, but it is a dependable quick-hit.
The user names they assign are distinctive, the player's
initials follow numbers like this: 815036bh. Unified
Gaming websites have separate entrances for the casino
and sports websites. If you find yourself having to
keep logging back in as you try to move to different
parts of the casino, that's UG. In the casino "lobby,"
the names of games are printed across the top and
a drop-down menu appears with a click. Play their
single-deck online blackjack gamess; the section in
this site on choosing games explains why. The appearance
of the online blackjack games tables varies considerably,
but the buttons seem to stay in the same arrangement,
no matter what the tables look like.
you would have to memorize all the open cards that
have been folded to play Stud perfectly, you can play
Stud very well by focusing on key cards as the data
start to pile up. By key I mean key for the improvement
of opponents' hands. On fourth street, you are still
looking mostly at high cards, as these are the most
obvious matches with boards that are still formative.
If an opponent pairs his board on fourth street, the
presence of one of those ranks in another hand is
obviously important. It is also easy to remember suits
that are heavy or light in the mix of board cards.