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Chartwell Technologies Casinos

Chartwell Technology is a software developer in the field of Internet gaming software systems and online casinos. Established in 1998, Chartwell Technology has employees in Calgary, Vancouver, London, Malta and Singapore. Chartwell Technology is publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange. They trade under the symbol CWH.

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Chartwell Technology Casino Games

Below is a list of games available on the Chartwell Technologies casino platform:

Chartwell Technology Video Poker

The following video poker games are available from Chartwell Technology powered casinos:

  • All American Video Poker - The objective is to get the highest hand possible. The ace functions as the high card.
  • Deuces Wild Video Poker - The deuce can be used as a wild card.
  • Jacks or Better Video Poker - For a payout, the player must get at least a pair of jacks.
  • Joker Poker - This game uses a 53-card deck with the joker included. The joker allows players to achieve hands like 5 of a Kind and Wild Royal Flush. The player must get a pair of kings or higher to qualify for a payout.

Multi-hand video poker is also available from Chartwell Technology casinos.

Chartwell Technology Slots and Slot Machines

The following slot machine games are available from Chartwell Technology:

  • Pot ĎO Gold (3 Reel Slot)
  • Space Invasion
  • Hole In One (3 Reel)
  • Fruit Party (5 Reel)
  • Cash Inferno (5 Reel)
  • Bullseye Bucks
  • Wild West (3 Reel)
  • Fast Track (3 Reel)
  • Hollywood Reels (3 Reel)
  • Spin ĎN Win (3 Reel)
  • Pirate Treasure (3 Reel)
  • Oktoberfest (5 Reel)
  • Lucky Cherry (3 Reel)
  • Jumping For Gold
  • Goooal! (5 Reel)
  • Cash Grab (3 Reel)
  • Arthurís Quest (5 Reel)

Chartwell Technology Blackjack

The rules for this version of the Chartwell Technology blackjack game are as follows:

  • Dealer must draw to 16.
  • Dealer stands on a soft 17.
  • Blackjack pays out at 3:2.
  • Insurance pays out at 2:1.
  • Even money pays out at 1:1.
  • The player may double down on any first two cards.
  • Player may double down on splits.
  • Resplits are not allowed.

European Blackjack

The rules of European Blackjack at Chartwell Technology casinos are as follows:

  • 8 decks of cards are used in the game.
  • The dealer must draw to 16.
  • The dealer must stand on a soft 17.
  • Blackjack pays 3:2.
  • Insurance pays 2:1.
  • Even Money pays 1::1.
  • Player may double down on 9, 10 or 11.
  • You may also double down on splits.
  • There is no splitting on 4, 5 or 10 value cards.
  • No re-splits.
  • Early surrender forfeits half of the bet on non-dealer ace.
  • Dealer does not peek for blackjack. Players loses 100% of bet on a dealer blackjack.

Lucky 7 Blackjack

This game is similar to regular blackjack, but there is an optional side bet where the player can win if the first one, two or three cards dealt to a hand contain a 7 card.

Chartwell Technology Poker and Other Card Games

Three Card Poker

3 card poker is played with a single deck which is shuffled after each round. Pair Plus and Ante Play can be played together or individually.

Ante Play

The object of Ante Play is to get a higher hand than the dealer. The dealer needs at least a Queen-high hand to qualify. The player gets 3 cards face up, and the dealer receives 3 cards face down. If the player and dealer both have a high card only, the highest card wins. If the dealer and player tie on a high card, then the next highest card will be used to break the tie. The ante bet extra bonus is paid whether the player beats the dealer or not.

Pair Plus

The object of Pair Plus is to get a 3-card hand which contains at least one pair. No raising or discarding is allowed. The player will be paid regardless of the dealerís hand if he meets the requirements of the game.

Casino Stud Poker

Casino stud poker is a five card stud game where the player competes against the dealer. The goal is to try and get a better hand than the dealer. The dealerís hand must contain at least an ace and king to qualify. If the dealer does not qualify, the player will get paid his ante wager and the bet wager is returned. If the dealer qualifies and you have the higher hand, then you get paid on both your ante and bet wager.

Pai Gow Poker

In Pai Gow Poker, both the player and dealer are dealt 7 cards. These cards are used to make a 5 card hand and a two card hand. To win, you must beat both of the dealerís hands. If you only win one of the hands, the round is considered a tie. The dealer wins absolute ties.

Red Dog

The object of Red Dog is to bet on the spread between 2 original cards and the odds of a 3rd card falling in between the two. The game is played with a 52-card deck. After viewing their cards, players may double their original wager. Cards are valued as they are in poker.


The object of this game from Chartwell Technology is to predict whether the player or banker hand will achieve a point value closest to 9. 10-value cards count as zero and aces count as one. The game is played with 8 decks of cards. The bank receives a 5% commission on all winning banker wagers.

Casino War

In Casino War, the player and dealer are each dealt a face up card. The higher card wins. If thereís a tie, the player has the option of surrender or going to war. If you surrender, half of your ante bet is returned. If you go to war, you ante bet is raised by an amount equal to the original wager.

Chartwell Technology Roulette

Double Zero (American) Roulette

In this version of the game, the wheel is marked with numbers ranging from 1 to 36, plus a zero and double zero. The house edge on American Roulette is significantly higher than the house edge on the European version.

Single Zero (European) Roulette

This version features a single zero on the wheel. When the zero is hit, half of all even money bets on the table are returned.

Common Draw Single Zero Roulette

Multiple players place bets at the same time, and all results are determined by the same spin. A winning straight up bet pays 35:1.

Chartwell Technology Craps

Pass line bets pay out at even money. Donít pass, come and donít come also pay out at even money.

Chartwell Technology Instant Games

These games simulate scratch cards and pull tabs. The objective is to get three of the same symbol on one row. Cards cost either 25 or 50 cents.

Chartwell Technology Contact Info - Address Phone Email

To contact Chartwell Technology, you can email them at You may also call them at 403-261-6619, fax them at 403-237-5816, or write them at their address:

Chartwell Technology Inc.
Suite 400, 750- 11th St. S.W.
Calgary, AB T2P 3N7

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