Free Blackjack / 21 Game Code in PHP, HTML, Flash – Add this Widget to your gambling or entertainment website

European Blackjack Casino Game Widget by OCW

2 easy steps to add our blackjack widget to your website.

    1. Add the code anywhere in your website for the blackjack game to be displayed. (SSL – https:// websites may experience loading issues)
    2. WARNING: Do not modify the code or remove the backlink to our site because our system will disable all game access for your domain url.

    3. Share and enjoy the free european blackjack widget!

    Latest Testimonial by Andrew Johnson

    I have been looking for a Blackjack widget for my website for quite some time. Fortunately during my latest internet search I found one. It was on the casino website Before I got to excited I had to make sure that it had everything I was looking for in a casino game widget. That includes being user friendly for all my visitors. I did not want one that was too cumbersome or did not work with skips and freezes throughout the play experience. Another issue that concerns me is if it will download pretty easily. No one wants to have to download repeatedly or have issue with their website after putting a new widget on it. I have had that problem in the past and then to top that off, it was hard to remove a bad widget. The graphics and presentation have to be exactly like the others on my website, which is great graphics, colors and sound. Realistic sounds that are heard when you are on the casino floor. The presentation also has to be stellar, which means it looks authentic like a real Blackjack table in a casino. The last worry is if it would work with my web hosting platform. This means the size parameters and any java scripts have to be compatible. Well I have divided my important categories up with the titles for each area that I took a hard look at with this widget and here is what I found.

    User Friendly

    I absolutely love this widget it is so user friendly. All the information is cleanly located on the well designed table. The running tab with the winnings is strategically placed at the bottom left corner of the screen. This is followed by the chips in denominations of one, five, ten, twenty five and one hundred lined up in a semi circle formation. The chips are colored from black for the one dollar chip to red for the five dollar chip to yellow for the ten dollar chip to green for the twenty five dollar chip to black for the hundred dollar chip. The hit button which also toggles to the re-bet button after a hand has been played is located at the end of the chips. Next to this is the hold button.

    The widget also makes it super easy to add a bet of any chip denomination by simply clicking the chip and then placing it in the center circle. There are two circles on the table. After playing with the center circle I switched up and used the second circle, which is located immediately to the left of the center one. However, the game did not allow me to do this. So I returned to the center circle with a one dollar chip. I clicked it five times and with each click the number of one dollar chips raised higher showing me a layer of the denomination in a stack. I then hit the minus (-) button on my keyboard and they disappeared effortlessly.

    I then tried it with each denomination and found that as I added the one dollar chip, when it hit five dollars it changed to a five dollar chip instead of five one dollar chips. I did the same thing for the five and when there were two five dollar chips it changed to a single ten dollar chip. I tried this with the ten and it changed to a hundred dollar chip after ten dollar chips reached hundred. This worked as well with the twenty five dollar chip. When I got to the hundred dollar chip and clicked it, I was only allowed to reach the maximum amount of five hundred dollars. The five hundred dollar chip is purple and white. There was also a pop up window that explained I had reached the maximum allowed for this game. Just as easy as it was for me to click my way up with my bet using all the denominations, it was equally easy to take away, remove and lower my wager with the simple click of the minus (-) button. Once all the chips had been removed using the minus (-) button the deal button disappeared as well. Overall this widget made this a very user friendly and super simple game to play.

    Easy To Download

    The download for the widget is always one that I hold my breath for because you never know what to expect. I stopped getting excited about finding casino game widgets due to the possibility of being disappointed with a few issues. The download feature is always the main one for me. After getting to the correct page on the website for the widget, I simply used the copy and cut feature to secure the embed code. To my surprise it was a pretty short one compared to others I have seen and used. I immediately looked to see if there was any size parameters included because there usually are. Of course, there is one, which means I have to ensure that it will fit in the space I have allotted for this game on my website.

    It stated a parameter of an eight hundred width by a five hundred and fifty length. The length appeared to be a good fit; however, I knew that the eight hundred width would be a tad too wide for the desired space on my website. So I began my tweaking to the size I needed it and I found that I could increase it a little more. Once I hit the maximum fit for the space. I tried it out and every aspect of the game was perfectly housed in its new home. I began to get excited that I had found the Blackjack game widget I had been looking for. This was a great find with an easy download feature.

    Graphics & Presentation

    Another important factor I look for in all my game widgets is the look of the graphics and how it presents on my site. It has to be a level of exceptional colors and animation which fits with the other items on my website. The presentation of the game was impeccable. The colors and graphics of the game were exactly what you would find on a real casino floor. hit this one out of the park. I am very pleased with the results of the widget once it had been loaded to my website. The sounds of the cards being dealt is subtle but at the right volume and pitch.

    The presentation of the game play is clean with only the cards on the table being the ones for the dealer and the player. There are a couple of markers used to set the borders for the dealer and player cards as they are dealt which is a nice addition to the table. Speaking of the table, it has a green jade round table with a silver toned metal border which separates the pea green table backdrop. The writing of the words Blackjack pays three to one is in a three toned yellow while the other writing with insurance pays two to one are in white. The two circles where bets are placed are also in white. The cards which the dealer is using are in an acrylic holder which again has a clean feel to it. The graphics and presentation of this Blackjack casino game widget is exceptional.

    Rules, Wins & Payouts

    Finding the rules, wins and payouts for this game is so simple as well. On the bottom left corner of the table is the winning button. Around the button are four selections which include help, cashier, lobby and options. The help button is the most detailed of all the selections. It has three categories which include Blackjack, payout schedule and playing Blackjack. The first section discusses a brief stint of the objective of the game. The payout schedule goes into depth about the odds such as three to two for an original wager as well as the one to one or even money payout. The even money bet is a result of winning the game but not with the proverbial twenty one. It finished with how the insurance option works, which pays two to one if you do not win but the dealer does instead.

    The playing Blackjack section is very detailed and covers a variety of areas which include what a hit, stand, split, double down and take insurance bets are. The hit of course is when you want to add more cards in hopes of reaching twenty one or the highest number possible without busting or going over twenty one. The stand is when you are happy with your cards and the amount they add up to. The split is when you have two cards of the same value for example two fives – then you are allowed to have two separate hands. The double down lets a player have two bets, the original and a side one. Once you call the double down you can only have one more card dealt before the dealer has his turn. The take insurance rule is just that – it allows a safety net when the dealer has an ace for one of his cards.

    There are additional game rules which cover more in-depth information such as the value of an ace as one or ten, the types of pushes which include when you and the dealer tie in points or both have blackjack. There other rules reviewed such as the split, double down and insurance. The help button finishes with a terminology for the game of Blackjack. This is a pretty informative feature that helps both the new player and the seasoned player.

    Platform Compatibility

    The platform compatibility is great just like the other concerns I have when I am looking for a casino game widget. The HTML format is exactly what I use for my widgets. I also like how there are not java scripts which could wreak havoc on my site or even getting the widget to work. I added the widget and made the necessary size adjustment so that it would fit where I needed it and tested it out. It worked great with a fast addition and even faster upload to the actual game. I removed it and then added it again and got the same results.

    I am very happy with this Blackjack widget. I think has done a phenomenal job with the graphics, presentation, user friendliness and options available to the player. It is a win-win Blackjack widget.