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The level of 3D-ness will vary from site to site. What I mean is that some 3D blackjack games will be enhanced versions of a standard online game. The camera angle will be different, there will be more depth and there might even be animations, such as you peeling up the corner of your cards to see what you have. However, the best 3D casinos will take things a step further. PKR Casino is a good example. What they have is a true 3D casino in every sense of the word.
It mirrors a live dealer casino in that there is a 3D dealer, full-bodied avatars for each player and an entire casino themed background. In their casino players will tap the table to hit, wave their arms to stand and the dealers will make hand signals like they do in a real casino.
They will deal and pick up the cards, too. So my point here, other than to explain to you what 3D blackjack is, is to show you that there are varying degrees of realness. Some 3D casinos are prettied up versions of their non-3D counterparts, and on the other side of the spectrum you have what is the equivalent to a video game. The bright lights, chatting, sounds of sirens and human interaction is all apart of the brick and mortar casino experience.
Most of that is lost in your traditional online blackjack game. But you get a little bit of that back playing in a live dealer or 3D game. Live dealer games are still not that common, even in Europe and the UK.
And US players have hardly if any live dealer options. So 3D casinos are the next best thing. I can see a couple of downsides to them, too. From watching hands being dealt it looks like the action is slower, too, much like a real blackjack game. So I think it depends on if you just want to get through as many hands as possible, or if you want to take your time and enjoy yourself.
This surprised me because many casinos have yet to embrace the mobile revolution. But some casinos are taking the bull by the horn and making it possible to pay 3D and live dealer games while on the go. The best example for international players is, yet again, PKR.