Monday, April 30, 2012

Aces Casino Blog: Yes, It's True - You Can Even Play "Casino War" At Your Favorite Las Vegas Casino


At Aces Casino, the Orange county casino party leaders in southern California, we've always excelled in bringing the excitement of the Las Vegas-style casino games to all of our many clients by way of providing top-notch casino tables, dealers and staff at events stretching from San Diego to Bakersfield and beyond.  When your company motto is, "This Beats Working," and you've put in the 18 years that we have in perfecting the Orange County casino night "experience," It's really not that difficult.

We mention this propaganda today for a reason, though -- We're not only tops in our casino party field.  We're always striving to provide quality advice and information about the games, how they're played, which ones might be best for certain clientele, which new games out on the market are games the client hasn't heard of, but would love to try out.  That's when we're at our best with our many clients.

So, with this in mind, Aces Casino, the top Los Angeles casino party company in the industry, has designated the entire month of April "Game Simulator Month!"  Every Monday and Thursday in the month of April, the Aces Casino Blog has shared one or two of the best and different casino game simulators for our blog readers to try out.  Hey, next to having the games right in your own game room or banquet hall, this is the next best thing!

This final edition of the Aces Blog closes the show with one of the games that some people don't expect to see at the favorite casino (and rightly so), but there it is - Casino War.  (Yes, THAT "War" game.)  As the "Wizard Of Odds" so aptly puts it, the game is "Mindless," and you'll soon grow tired of it.  But, we'd be amiss if we didn't include it in our list of game trainers.  (Ed. Note: Try it out - We know YOU'LL hate it, too.)   You'll find the links to this great game simulator right under the corresponding image of the game.





Play your hearts out, my friends.  Just like at Aces Casino's many entertaining games, the chips are fake, but the information and experience of playing the games are real.   And, as always, a big thank-you goes out to the best source for information about all the casino games we love to the man known as the "Wizard Of Odds."   There isn't ANYONE more knowledgeable about all the inner workings of these games as the "Wizard."

That's all for now, my friends.  We hope that you had as much fun trying out all of the various casino games available to the masses with our "Aces game trainer series" as we did bringing them to you.  On Thursday, the craziest Orange county casino party bloggers on the internet return to our "parakeet paper" with more of their irreverent spin on all things "odd, strange, and downright goofy."  We'll see you then!

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