I found "Wild Jack Casino" by clicking on it's add on the main BlackJackinfo.com site. Their link is: http://www.wildjack.com/
They post no documentation so I went into "liveChat" support to find out what kind of a game they were dealing. First it took FOREVER to get into live chat even though I was only #4 then the guy was sloooow. It think he had to look up all these bullshit answers in a book, and then type with one finger cuz this chat took 20 min. Here's a transcript(below)!
Ok so I bluff here - I AM a programmer but I HAVEN'T written a blackjack program. I know it's not "complicated" though. Mikeaber and Ken will certainly know more about this, but I AM CONFIDENT THEY ARE NOT DEALING A "FAIR GAME"
by anyone's standards, and I will never even consider playing there.
Best Regards all,
~ The Long Lost RavenSlayer ~
You are now chatting with: 'Albert'
Albert: Hello raven, welcome to Jackpot Factory’s Live Chat. How can we be of service?
You: What are the rules for your blackjack tables?
You: I couldn't find them on the website
Albert: What do you want to know?
You: Is it dealer hit to 16 stand on ALL 17?
You: do you have insurance?
You: do you have surrender? early/late?
You: how often do you reshuffle and what kind of bet limits are there?
You: Is Double after Split allowed?
You: those are the main questions
Albert: I will answer one at a time,
You: oh - and how many decks?
Albert: As the games are computer genertated there is no need to reshufle.
Albert: 5) Double after split is allowed
You: and the number of decks the program deals from?
Again computer generated games do not require specific numbers of decks
You: so how does it know which card to give next?
You: is it randomly choosing one of the 52 possibilites for each card it deals, as it goes?
Albert: Along those lines, but significantly more complictated,
You: hmmm... as a programmer, every BlackJack program i've examined (cellphone aside..) deals from a fixed # of fair decks, very similar to how it's done with real cards, and they are in fact shuffled
You: shuffling can get complicated but overall it's usually not a complex problem
Albert: To help you to get to know these games, you should open a guest account and play around withthem
You: thanks for all your help