Vegasrider
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December 4th, 2019 at 12:16:41 PM permalink
The casino I frequently visit has recently introduced this game. I wss dissapointed that they opted to introduce a new game vs adding a 2nd UTH game. I'm finding he UTH game getting harder to play as its getting more crowded, especially the weekend. I have begged them to up the minimum bet from $5 to $10. Its hit and miss on the minimum, I always have to remind the supervisors.

Is this game worth learning? If I eead correctly the house edge is over 3%?
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December 4th, 2019 at 6:31:46 PM permalink
Quote: Vegasrider

The casino I frequently visit has recently introduced this game. I wss dissapointed that they opted to introduce a new game vs adding a 2nd UTH game. I'm finding he UTH game getting harder to play as its getting more crowded, especially the weekend. I have begged them to up the minimum bet from $5 to $10. Its hit and miss on the minimum, I always have to remind the supervisors.

Is this game worth learning? If I eead correctly the house edge is over 3%?



I think it's worth learning. It was the first design from Roger Snow and (I think) Eliot Frome that used the ante/blind/play structure that became UTH. It's not as good a game as UTH, but it's not bad.

Maybe you should learn it, then encourage the UTH people to go play it. It's easier to learn. Get them out of your way on UTH. lol.
If the House lost every hand, they wouldn't deal the game.

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