mrsuit31
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January 20th, 2017 at 5:19:57 AM permalink
Quote: RoyalBJ

Stephen,

Your Three Card Draw Poker looks interesting. Is 1.04% house edge good enough in UK? not too low? Is the basic strategy intuitive?



Three card draw isn't his game, it's a Score Gaming product.
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January 20th, 2017 at 5:54:40 AM permalink
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Three card draw isn't his game, it's a Score Gaming product.


Thanks mrsuit31.
Yes, Three card draw isn't My game, it's Score Gaming's product.
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RoyalBJ
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January 20th, 2017 at 6:49:11 AM permalink
Quote: RoyalBJ

Stephen,

Your Three Card Draw Poker looks interesting. Is 1.04% house edge good enough in UK? not too low? Is the basic strategy intuitive?

Sorry to Stephen and Score Gaming.

Still, Stephen, you're more familiar with the UK market. Isn't HE 1.04% a bit low?
MrCasinoGames
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January 20th, 2017 at 4:09:27 PM permalink
Quote: RoyalBJ

Sorry to Stephen and Score Gaming.

Still, Stephen, you're more familiar with the UK market. Isn't HE 1.04% a bit low?


Hi RoyalBJ,

If a game can hold 20+% and Player like it, then it does not matter about the house edge.
With a HE 1.04% it would be harder to hold 20+%.
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February 11th, 2017 at 2:56:06 AM permalink
The Top-3 New Table Games inventors on my New Table Game (Open 21®) table, at ICE-2017.

Me (Inventor of Casino Hold'em®) and my two best old friends (30+ Years) Derek Webb (The inventor of Three Card Poker) and Geoff Hall (The inventor of Free Bet Blackjack) on my New Table Game (Open 21®) at ICE-2017.



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February 17th, 2017 at 4:58:39 PM permalink
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....Scientific Games....(High Point 99)....

It seems this game is going to be trialled in Southampton starting in a few weeks' time. From what I can gather it plays similar to Three Card Poker except the rank of hands are determined by adding up the points a la Blackjack (Aces=11) and possibly multiplying by a factor - two with a pair and three with trips. The dealer qualifies with 20 and there are bonuses for scores of 61 or more.

I've had a quick look at the maths and you probably fold totals of 20 or less, which would be annoying with three 2s! However there is a 3CP side-bet (1 4 6 30 40) and also one for the total you get (e.g. pays 250/1 for 99=three Aces).

Personally I think the House Edge is set slightly high, and the bonus should come in for totals of 60 or higher. Also I can see people playing the sidebets, especially the 3CP one, for more than the base game.
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February 21st, 2017 at 2:45:04 AM permalink
My Open-21® Blackjack will be on trial in Grosvenor Casinos Aberdeen and Grosvenor Casino Bolton UK, on 3-Mar-2017.



Standard Blackjack rules unchanged other than as set out below:
1. Dealer’s initial two cards are dealt Face-up.
2. Player’s Blackjack beats Dealer's Blackjack, Pays 3 to 2.
3. Player’s 21 point beats Dealer's Blackjack or 21 point, Pays 1 to 1.
4. If Player's hand ties with the Dealer's hand, the bet will Push.
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February 28th, 2017 at 3:36:25 AM permalink
Stephen Au-Yeung (Casino Hold’em®) and Derek Webb (Three Card Poker™).

On Casino Hold’em® Poker Table at World Gaming Congress and Expo (Las-Vegas, US) in 2001 and On Open 21® Blackjack Table at ICE (London, UK) in 2017.

Open 21® Blackjack: http://buff.ly/2maFFM6

Casino Hold'em® History: http://buff.ly/2kMbvge
Three Card Poker™ History: http://buff.ly/2kMrsD1

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MrCasinoGames
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March 5th, 2017 at 5:25:32 PM permalink
Both Grosvenor Casinos (Bolton and Aberdeen) in UK, has gone live with Open 21® Blackjack (3/3/2017).

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March 5th, 2017 at 6:00:06 PM permalink
Rule #4 is the gimmick. Why is it being hidden? And I'm certain that one rule has to have a large house edge.
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