redeal

redeal

(riːˈdiːl)
vb (tr)
to deal again in a card game
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New Microgaming video slot Piggy Fortunes and new Microgaming table game European Blackjack Redeal were launched at Casino today on 3 April, 2013.
The other new offering for April is new table game European Blackjack Redeal. European Blackjack Redeal gives the player the tantalizing option of changing the hand they've been dealt by requesting a "redeal." This redeal can get either the player's cards, the player's last card or the dealer's cards discarded and dealt again for a small fee, or for no cost at all for some combinations.
Piggy Fortunes and European Blackjack Redeal and Piggy Fortunes are open for business and ready to be played by any Casino La Vida gamers as of today, 3 April.
The metaphor of shuffling the deck and redealing hands is not far from what Ermarth is trying to get at with her metaphor of "rhythmic time." She identifies the repetition of identical motifs (cards?) and descriptions (hands?) in slight but disturbing variations (redeal?) with the musical improvisation of jazz.
Both Piggy Fortunes and European Blackjack Redeal go live at Red Flush Casino today on 3 April 2013.
European Blackjack Redeal is the latest addition to the glamorous, Monte Carlo-inspired European table game series from Microgaming.
With European Blackjack Redeal, the player is seated at a stylish green felt and walnut card table, and can then control their hand.
Piggy Fortunes, the other game released by Microgaming on the same day as European Blackjack Redeal, is somewhat different.
The new table game is European Blackjack Redeal, an addition to the popular European Blackjack series offered at the casino.
Both European Blackjack Redeal and Piggy Fortunes launch at Casino La Vida on 3 April.
Video slot Piggy Fortunes and card game European Blackjack Redeal both arrive at Red Flush Casino soon, on 3 April.
The other game which will be released by Microgaming on the same day is European Blackjack Redeal. This game hits back for any Blackjack player who has been dealt a bad hand before.
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