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Boss Media and all related groups (Spielo G2/FinSoft/Dynamite Idea) and casinos have been added to's blacklist for use of non-random card games and intentionally causing the free play versions of thier games to play out at a far higher level than the associated real play games. For more information see Founded in 1996 specifically to program casino software to run Gold Club Casino, Boss Media soon found that several other clients were interested in leasing their software. By 2004 so much interest had been generated that Boss Media shifted focus to solely providing casino software and sold Gold Club Casino on. Boss Media casinos provide a download only gaming platform that is somewhat clunky. Graphics are of a high quality however gameplay is slow even when you use the options to increase speed as far as possible. Game selection is far below average with many commonly offered games – Three Card Poker, Red Dog and others – not featured and a very limited range of Video Poker and lacking any multi-hand games. There are 50+ games on offer roughly half of which are slots games. They do not offer any Auto-Hold features for their Video Poker games however the games offered have paytables that are reasonably good. Jackpot Poker offers a progressive jackpot that is won on any royal flush regardless of order – this is fairly unusual for a progressive jackpot video poker game – and reaches sizes that make the game positive for the player reasonably often. Up till 2009, Boss Media went so far as to offer a Single Deck Blackjack game that actually provided the player with a small edge over the house if the correct Basic Strategy was used. Unfortunately, due to organized teams of players using bots to play for them all Boss Media casinos ended up dropping this game. On the whole, Boss Media casinos are considered reputable. Other than Casino Club, they are largely dispute free and safe to play with and as such, despite the less than perfect software they are certainly worth careful consideration when choosing a venue to play with.
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