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web client card games?

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Hello everyone,

I was going to post under the web section, but I realized that section had more to do with page development and not actual internet game development.

I used to be an avid online poker player. I was always interested in the best way to get something like that done.

Now, this is more out of curiosity since I do make simple web pages in my free time.

I wanted to make a card game that runs off the user's browser and the user would NOT have to download an application. For fun, I wanted to make something simple at first like blackjack just to add to my portfolio and see if I can get it done. What would be the drawbacks to developing a game that runs from the user's browser and they DON'T have to download anything?

I have no idea how to even begin this so if someone can give me links to resources on this specific topic or maybe even give me some general ideas it would be greatly appreciated. I have decent knowledge of HTML, PHP, JS, and graphic design stuff like Photoshop and Illustrator. I just have no idea on the general way to make a poker or blackjack game.

Thank you in advance! =)

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would i have to develop a java application for this? i'm kind of intimidated about creating a GUI for a java application so if anyone can share there thoughts it would be greatly appreciated.

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