South Florida Tracks hope Virtual Blackjack will bring in patronsSouth Florida has become a battleground for the game of blackjack. The Seminoles are the only gambling operators that offer traditional blackjack so to stay in the running horse and dog tracks in south Florida have added virtual blackjack to try and bring in patrons.
Gulfstream and Mardi Gras, two of the pari-mutuels, offer only electronic blackjack and they had to work to get the state to allow it. The tracks wanted to offer something to be able to compete with the Seminoles.
Apparently the electronic machines have been doing well, according to Steve Calabro of Gulfstream. Calabro commented that the games are doing well and the customers love them. He commented that Gulfstream is going to add two more games by next week.
Dan Adkins of Mardi Gras commented that their electronic blackjack games are doing well too. So much so they are outperforming the slot machines at the race track. Players will find that virtual blackjack at Mardi Gras start at just $3.
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