This set of classes provides free and open access to:
Unlike numerous Blackjack APIs, this implementation provides for playing using virtually all variations of basic Blackjack, including changing:
I originally wrote this library to study the mathematics of Blackjack by performing Monte Carlo simulations on various playing strategies.
You can download Monte Jack version 1.0.1, including source, in tarball and ZIP formats from garrettsmith.net.
To implement a Blackjack player, first implement the EventHandler interface, then:
double wager = 1000; // you're a high roller, right? EventHandler eventHandler = new MyEventHandler(); Blackjack blackjack = new Blackjack(); blackjack.playGame( eventHandler, wager );
You can also play Blackjack via the console (using EventHandler) by using the scripts in the bin directory.
The documentation consists only of this page, the Javadoc, and a HTML version of the source:
You may e-mail me with support questions at gsmi
Copyright (c) 2005 Garrett Smith
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