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Study Whatty: Poker Drills

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BLASTO! Space Bombardiers


Low-Joe:  Reverse Blackjack


Poker Dealer's Toolkit

     Most of the games listed here are multi-platform, however they currently have only been exported to Windows and Android.  This means they could easily be exported to any of the major systems like:  Mac, iOS, Blackberry, Tizen, Linux or Web GL.  Making other versions requires SlifkerGames buying the hardware and paying fees to those companies.  If there is enough interest, this can be eaily accomplished.

     Poker Dealer's Toolkit and Low-Joe:  Reverse Blackjack are Android only.  This is because they were written in an Android only language.  They would have to be re-written from scratch to convert to other operating systems.  There are no plans currently to make versions for other platforms.


     Low-Joe:  Reverse Blackjack has patent(s) pending.  We welcome any serious distribution inquirery from any gaming company or casino.  This is a real casino card game with house edge professionally calculated by gambling author Tony Guerrera.


     All software and website info's text, images and videos are all copyrighted by Michael Slifker.


     Slifker, SlifkerGames, Low-Joe, Reverse Blackjack, Poker Dealer's Toolkit, BLASTO!, Space Bombardiers and Study Whatty are all trademarks of Michael Slifker.


Works on most Android devices, however due to the slowness of older devices, it may be limited to newer operating systems to avoid lagging (like Android 4.0 or newer).

Windows x86_64:
Has both 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft Windows versions.  It will work on most Windows operating systems (XP, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10).

Windows 10 Universal:
Works on all Microsoft Windows 10 devices (laptops, desktops, tablets or phones).  It will not work on Windows operating systems before Windows 10.  

Contact Info:  SlifkerGames@Gmail.Com

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