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Rinse and repeat. Second, I wonder if there's a way to game the skill-matching algorithm, either through intentional poor play in low money or practice matches, or through multi-accounting. Why did I go on such a tremendous losing streak every time at that exact point? I think it probably is, and at that point, it becomes a matter of who plays perfectly in the shortest time. I downloaded it this morning out of curiosity, and then I read the reviews on the App Store. I also noticed something else.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} If you bust, you get a "strike". If the total is under 21, then nothing happens, and the cards stay there until you add more to it. Usually you will finish before the timer expires, but you get bonus points for time remaining. You have an opponent with the exact same cards dealt as you a random deck shuffled beforehand, and you both get the cards from it in the exact same order , and then you compete to see who gets the most points. How do you deposit money? Advanced Search. And of course, they have no real incentive to boot people off the site. They weren't high on the leaderboard. Originally Posted by AxelWolf. If you make 5 cards in one lane, you automatically clear it even if it's not 21 and get points. If you bust your account, you can delete the app, reload it, and sign up for a new one. You have four "lanes" of cards, which you stack upon one another like solitaire. First, look if the current card can make a So if you have a 5 to place, and one lane has 16, obviously put it there. Unfortunately, I think there's some kind of cheating or other shadiness going on at the real money mode, even at the lowest level. Anyway, that's how the game works and the basic strategy. Then you have multiple account that can be used, put in ringers, so on, and so on. You also want to avoid having four lanes all over 11, because then if you draw a ten, you will bust one of them. After a few practice rounds, I very quickly learned some strategy. You also get bonuses for "streaks" 21 made multiple times in a row. You can most likely just keep reinstalling and grind it out. Interesting sounding game. You play with one card deck, and are on a timer. At that point, the lane "clears" and you start that lane over. I assume there's some playthrough requirement. This is similar to how online poker sites don't like pro players, because they prefer everyone is at the same skill level, and keeps the same money on there with the rake dwindling away everyone's bankroll until they redeposit. Regular blackjack, or even skill games like poker still have an element of luck, so they are illegal to play online, unless legalized and regulated by the government of your jurisdiction. My first question: Is this game solvable? You should put it on the 7, to make You wouldn't want to put it on the 8, because then you'll have two 13s, BOTH of which will need 8 to make You want to open up as many possibilities to make 21, so the next card is more likely to make You should also avoid making high totals especially 20 , because those are a lot harder to convert to For example, 20 can only become 21 via an ace. The first time this happened, I figured it was just them matching me with tougher opponents after I'd start winning. I dont know about the money portion, but the game itself is just "Turbo 21" that's been on Pogo. As far as games that are solvable, where you are playing for real money VS other players, whats to keep people from using computer programs? In case you're wondering, the reason for matching similar skill levels is to basically make it to where everyone loses over time to the rake. However, I got bored of this after some time, and wanted to see if I could really make money from it. Once open lanes are filled, you should seek to avoid having the same hard totals over 10 out there. Still, despite such a brutal rake, could you make decent money by simply getting really good at it and crushing ploppies, perhaps by mathematically solving the game? And if they were matching me with better opponents, why wasn't I lucking into beating them more often there's some luck element to the game, in that one move can completely change the way the board is laying out, and even a wrong move can put you in position to do really well. However, this does take time, as you have to play 25 free matches to get there. Even if they have a rating system, it seems like people can sandbag until significant money is involve. However, unlike solitaire, there is no order the cards need to be stacked, and instead you're just totaling the values. So how were they destroying me? Is this legal? You always play this game in "match" mode. I tried to look up the people who were beating me. Because the game "matches you based upon skill", meaning that if it observes you're very good, they will place you with other very good players. Originally Posted by Dan Druff. You are allowed to play for free, but you can also deposit real money and play other supposedly human players in real money matches. If you also make 21, then you get points. Sites claim they keep an eyes out for the use of computers, however, if done right I doubt they would catch it. I kept seeing ads for a mobile game called "21 Blitz", where you can supposedly win real money. So let's say you have a 5 and the four lanes are: 8, 14, 13, 7. This makes the game entirely skill-based, as the "luck" of the deck is completely taken out of it, since your opponent uses the identical cards as you. Once you get good at the game, it's pretty easy to own heads at the free games and rise to near the top of the leaderboard. Obviously the goal is to make as many 21s as possible, and to constantly clear lanes. Originally Posted by jbjb. And how come I was destroying the people at the beginning in the same fashion? Yet online "gambling" can not be done legally Perhaps an explanation. It's very easy to learn and get a hang of. More on that later. If you want to play games and make money Download "Blast". You can download it for free on your smartphone, and play practice rounds. Now time to talk about the real money element to it. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Next, if you can't make 21, see if you can make If you can't make either 11 or 21, then you should first fill open lanes. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Remember Me? After all, they admit they do that. If you suck, they will place you against crappy players. They seemed like ordinary chumps like me. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 20 of Thread: 21 Blitz app -- is there a way to AP this thing? Before I begin, I need to explain how the game works. Originally Posted by BadBeet. So 2 in a row, you get , 3 in a row gets , 4 in a row gets , etc. You'll earn the free money all over again. Because there's no element of chance, so it is not considered gambling. I'll explain shortly. Also, the jack of clubs and the jack of spades are "wild" cards and will automatically clear any lane as soon as they're dropped, and will earn points if it also makes 21, if it makes 5 cards, and if it makes both 5 cards and If you get three strikes from busting, the game ends prematurely. The answer is no. The ideal for the company is that everyone wins exactly half the time, which would leave everyone with less money than they started with. We have seen this type of stuff going on for years in online poker. It seems like they will only take action if its blatant and obvious just to protect their reputation. If you make 21, then you get points. At the free level, it seems pretty legit. The goal is to make exactly 21 in each lane. I wasn't dumb enough to risk real money on this shady thing.