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OneTouch Software & 14 Online Casinos Reviewed

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Introduction


OneTouch is an online casino software developer that is based out of the Isle of Man. The company was founded in 2015 and focuses on the mobile market primarily, putting out a series of table games and slot machines that can be played on your smartphone. The group uses the Provably Fair system for ensuring that their games are on the level, and they’ve done a good job of showing that everything is legitimate with their titles.

OneTouch has an interesting mixture of games, which I applaud. I'm bored with doing reviews of slots only software brands. Of their ten games at the time of this review, only two were slots. They also have the rarely seen Russian Poker (sometimes called Lunar Poker). All due credit for trying something different.

I do have to take OneTouch to task for a couple of things:

  • Some of their pays are extremely stingy. For example, the side bet in Russian Poker has a house edge of 18.34%. However, their sic bo game is the worst. The bet on a total of 4 or 17 pays only 18 to 1, for a house edge of 47.22%. Meanwhile, their slots, blackjack, roulette, and baccarat games are competitive. They need to be more consistent with the kind of value they offer their players.
  • They clearly ripped off my rules for Russian Poker for their help file. More on that in my section for that game.

OneTouch does hold a gaming license through the jurisdiction of Malta, and they’ve been working with different platform groups to distribute their games in regulated markets. The future for this group is bright, and it will be interesting to see where they go moving forward.

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Baccarat

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Commission-free baccarat
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Baccarat-standard
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Baccarat Supreme
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Baccarat Supreme No-Commission

OneTouch offers three versions of baccarat:

  • Baccarat — The standard game that pays 0.95 on a Banker win
  • Commission-Free Baccarat — The Nepal variant of commission-free baccarat, where a Banker win on 6 pays 1 to 2. As a reminder, the house edge on the Banker bet in the commission-free version is 1.46%, which should be compared to the 1.06% of conventional baccarat.
  • Supreme Baccarat — Same as regular baccarat, but with a different layout.

All games are played with eight decks.

Baccarat and Commission-Free Baccarat offer the following side bets:

  • Tie — Pays 8 to 1 — House edge of 14.36%.
  • Player pair — Pays 11 to 1 — House edge of 10.36%.
  • Banker pair — Pays 11 to 1 — House edge of 10.36%.
  • Either pair — Pays 5 to 1 — House edge of 13.71%.
  • Perfect pair — Pays 25 to 1 — House edge of 13.03%.
  • Small (four total cards) — Pays 1.5 to 1 — House edge of 5.27%.
  • Big (five or six total cards) — Pays 0.54 to 1 — House edge of 4.35%.

Source: baccarat side bets.

Baccarat Supreme pays 0.95 on all Banker wins. That game offers the Player Pair, Banker Pair, Big and Small side bets.

Slot machines

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Sumo show down
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Juicy 7
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Steam Vault
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Bubbles Bonanza

At the time of the latest update of this review there were two slot machines. The corporate web site kindly indicates the returns, but the help files do not. Here they are:

  • Juicy 7 — 96.10%
  • Sumo Showdown — 96.35%
  • Steam Vault -- 96.10%
  • Bubbles Bonanza -- 97.42%
  • Wacky Wildlife -- 96.04%
  • Fortune Miner -- 97.13%
  • Lucky Lion -- 97.01%
  • Traveling Treasures – India -- 96.13%
  • Golden Stripe -- 97.42%
  • Watford FC Slot -- 96.10%

Blackjack

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Blackjack
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Classic Blackjack
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Blackjack Supreme
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Blackjack Supreme Multihand

The Classic and Perfect Pairs blackjack game have the following rules:

  • Eight decks
  • Dealer peeks for blackjack
  • Dealer hits soft 17
  • Player may double on 9 to 11 only
  • Double after split allowed
  • Player may re-split to up to four hands
  • Re-splitting aces not allowed
  • No surrender
  • Player may play one to three hands

The Perfect Pairs game offers the Perfect Pairs side bet, using the 5-12-25 pay table.

The house edge on the base game is 0.75% and on Perfect Pairs is 4.10%.

Blackjack Supreme and Blackjack Supreme Multihand have the same rules as the Classic games, except the dealer does not peek for blackjack and the player may double down on a total of 10 or 11 only.

The house edge under the Supreme versions is much higher at 0.95%.

To find the house edge under hundreds of sets of rules, please see my blackjack house edge calculator.

The following table shows the Blackjack games available in alphabetical order.

OneTouch Blackjack Alphabetic OrderExpand

Game BJ PaysSoft 17Double After SplitDoubleSplits NumberRe split acesDraw to split acesPeekSurrenderReturnTotal DecksLive Game
Classic blackjack 1.5 Hit Yes 9 to 11 3 No No No Yes 99.22% 8 No
Classic blackjack with Perfect Pairs 1.5 Hit Yes 9 to 11 3 No No Yes No 99.22% 8 No
Supreme Blackjack 1.5 Hit Yes 10 or 11 3 No No No No 99.05% 8 No
Supreme Blackjack Multihand 1.5 Hit Yes 10 or 11 3 No No No No 99.05% 0 No


Here is the same list in returns range, choose your game wisely.

OneTouch Blackjack Return OrderExpand

Game BJ PaysSoft 17Double After SplitDoubleSplits NumberRe split acesDraw to split acesPeekSurrenderReturnTotal DecksLive Game
Classic blackjack 1.5 Hit Yes 9 to 11 3 No No No Yes 99.22% 8 No
Classic blackjack with Perfect Pairs 1.5 Hit Yes 9 to 11 3 No No Yes No 99.22% 8 No
Supreme Blackjack 1.5 Hit Yes 10 or 11 3 No No No No 99.05% 8 No
Supreme Blackjack Multihand 1.5 Hit Yes 10 or 11 3 No No No No 99.05% 0 No


Russian Poker

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Russian Poker
 

OneTouch is one of the few software providers to offer Russian Poker, also known as Lunar Poker. Briefly, this is a variant of Caribbean Stud Poker, with lots of additional options added. The rules are not always the same, so here is how OneTouch does some that vary in the land casinos of eastern Europe, where this game is popular:

  • No instant payout for straight and royal flush. This increases the house edge by 0.43%.
  • Instead of a Super Wager bet, they have a "Bonus" bet. The analysis of that below shows a house edge of 18.34% (ouch!)
  • Dealer qualifying insurance is allowed with a player three of a kind or better.
  • The dealer card exchange option is offered.

Normally the house edge in Lunar Poker is 4.90%. However, eliminating the instant payout rule increases that to 5.33%. Keep in mind this is the ratio of the expected loss to Ante wager. With all the subsequent bets, the element of risk (ratio of expected loss to total amount bet) will be 2.59%.

The following table shows my analysis of the Bonus bet.

Bonus Bet Analysis

Hand Pays Combinations Probability Return
Royal flush 1,500 4 0.000002 0.002309
Straight flush 800 36 0.000014 0.011081
Four of a kind 250 624 0.000240 0.060024
Full house 150 3,744 0.001441 0.216086
Flush 100 5,108 0.001965 0.196540
Straight 50 10,200 0.003925 0.196232
Three of a kind 5 54,912 0.021128 0.105642
All other -1 2,524,332 0.971285 -0.971285
Total   2,598,960 1.000000 -0.183370

Finally, I wish to take OneTouch to task for copying the rules for this game on my site for their help file without attribution. They changed them a little to suit their unique rules, but most are the same word-for-word. Here is an example:

"If a player's winning hand also contains a second poker combination, then the player will be paid for both combinations, even if the second combination doesn't beat the dealer's hand. For the second combination to qualify, it must contain at least one card which wasn't included in the first winning combination."Wizard of Odds.

"If the player's winning hand also contains a second poker combination, then the player will be paid for both combinations, even if the second combination doesn't beat the dealer's hand. For the second combination to qualify, it must contain at least one card which wasn’t included in the first winning combination. Should there be more than one way to make a second combination the highest paying combination will be used." — OneTouch help file for Russian Poker.

Texas Hold 'Em Bonus

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Hold Em Poker
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High Hand Hold Em

OneTouch offers Texas Hold 'Em Bonus under the names Hold 'Em Poker and High Hand Hold 'Em. I prefer to refer to games by their original names. They follow the liberal Las Vegas rules, where a straight or better is needed to win on the Ante, for a house edge of 2.04% and an element of risk of 0.53%.

There is a side bet called the "side bet," which pays based on the poker value of the player's hand. The 2-4-6-10-20-50-250 pay table has a house edge of 6.92%.

Sic Bo

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Sic bo
 

OneTouch has a very stingy pay table in sic bo, as follows:

Sic Bo Analysis

Bet Pays Combinations Probability House Edge
Small, Big 1 105 48.61% 2.78%
Even, Odd 1 105 48.61% 2.78%
4, 17 50 3 1.39% 29.17%
5, 16 18 6 2.78% 47.22%
6, 15 14 10 4.63% 30.56%
7, 14 12 15 6.94% 9.72%
8, 13 8 21 9.72% 12.50%
9, 12 6 25 11.57% 18.98%
10, 11 6 27 12.50% 12.50%
Triple 150 1 0.46% 30.09%
Any triple 24 6 2.78% 30.56%
Double 8 16 7.41% 33.33%
Two die combination 5 30 13.89% 16.67%
Any number 1,2,3 91 42.13% 7.87%

It bears repeating that these wins are very stingy. Paying only 18 to 1 on a total of 5 or 16, for a house edge of 47.22% is almost stealing. I have wag my finger and say "shame on you!" to OneTouch for being so petty in this game. As I've said many times, you can shear a sheep many times, but slaughter it only once.

Big Six

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Wheel of Fortune
 

OneTouch offers Big Six, which they call Wheel of Fortune. They nicely follow the liberal Australian rules, which have a house edge of 7.69% on every bet.

Dragon Tiger

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Dragon Tiger
 

The Dragon Tiger game follows the standard rules. The player may bet on the winning side, tie, and whether each side will be red or black and high or low. The tie bet pays 10 to 1 (which is better than some competing software brands what pay 8 to 1 only). There is also a scoreboard, which suggests to me the game is dealt from a shoe. Perhaps the color and high/low bets are countable (shut up Wiz!), but I'll leave that as an exercise for the reader.

For the recreational players, I recommend sticking with the Dragon and Tiger bets at a house edge of 3.73%. The house edge on the color and hi/low bets are 7.69% and on the tie is 17.83%.

Andar Bahar

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Andar Bahar
 

OneTouch follows the stingy Andar Bahar rules that pay only 0.85 on Andar and 0.95 on Bahar. Here is the house edge on these bets and other side bets:

  • Andar: 4.72%
  • Bahar: 5.43%
  • 20+ cards: 7.11%
  • Suit of Middle Card: 7.50%
  • Under/over 8: 7.69%
  • Exactly 8: 7.69%

If you must play, my advice is to stick to the Andar bet only.

Roulette

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Roulette
 

The roulette game is played on a single-zero wheel for a house edge of 2.70% on every bet.

In Between

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In Between
 

In Between is a unique game to OneTouch, as far as I know. It places three cards in a row and wins if the middle card falls between the left and right cards in rank. There is also a two-card hand as a second way to win. Please click the link for more information.

The bottom line is a house edge of 5.41% on the Main bet and 13.94% on the Poker bet.

Teen Patti

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Teen Patti
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Teen Patti Rules

OneTouch has a different set of rules to Teen Patti than I am used to. Rather than write them all out, I'll give you a screenshot of their rules page. They claim the RTP is 97.5%. Forgive me if I don't confirm that figure at this time.

Teen Patti 20-20

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Teen Patti 20-20
 

Teen Patti is a simple game where the player bets on which of two three-card hands will have a higher poker value. Of course, there are some side bets too. I had never seen this game before, so created a new page for it. For all the rules and analysis, please see my page on Teen Patti 20-20.

External Links

Corporate web site.