Wizard
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October 29th, 2017 at 5:19:09 AM permalink
Just finished my write-up for Cajun Stud. Please click the link and let me know what you think. As always, I welcome all questions, comments, and especially corrections.

To those who call it a ripoff of Mississippi Stud, there are three significant differences:

1. Three decisions points instead of two
2. Player may bet 1x to 3x the Ante at each decision point, as opposed to 1x only
3. Decision are raise or fold, not raise or check

P.S. Never mind, I was confusing Mississippi Stud and Let it Ride.
Last edited by: Wizard on Oct 29, 2017
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Ibeatyouraces
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October 29th, 2017 at 6:08:10 AM permalink
Quote: Wizard

...To those who call it a ripoff of Mississippi Stud, there are three significant differences:

1. Three decisions points instead of two
2. Player may bet 1x to 3x the Ante at each decision point, as opposed to 1x only
3. Decision are raise or fold, not raise or check

That's exactly Mississippi Stud.
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Hunterhill
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October 29th, 2017 at 6:54:35 AM permalink
Quote: Wizard

Just finished my write-up for Cajun Stud. Please click the link and let me know what you think. As always, I welcome all questions, comments, and especially corrections.

To those who call it a ripoff of Mississippi Stud, there are three significant differences:

1. Three decisions points instead of two
2. Player may bet 1x to 3x the Ante at each decision point, as opposed to 1x only
3. Decision are raise or fold, not raise or check

The original version of Cajun stud was supposed to allow you to check.
I think that is the version you are describing.
Dan Lubin said they ended up scrapping that version.
The Cajun Stud tables I have seen are exactly like Mississippi stud as far as the betting structure,.
There are 5 different pay tables available but I have only seen three of them in use.

Edit ,after reading your write up it seems you described the 2nd version which is identical to Mississippi Stud not the original version.
Last edited by: Hunterhill on Oct 29, 2017
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SM777
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October 29th, 2017 at 7:04:54 AM permalink
Quote: Ibeatyouraces

Quote: Wizard

...To those who call it a ripoff of Mississippi Stud, there are three significant differences:

1. Three decisions points instead of two
2. Player may bet 1x to 3x the Ante at each decision point, as opposed to 1x only
3. Decision are raise or fold, not raise or check

That's exactly Mississippi Stud.

Yes. This is Mississippi Stud, literally.
Ibeatyouraces
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October 29th, 2017 at 7:14:25 AM permalink
Quote: SM777

Quote: Ibeatyouraces

Quote: Wizard

...To those who call it a ripoff of Mississippi Stud, there are three significant differences:

1. Three decisions points instead of two
2. Player may bet 1x to 3x the Ante at each decision point, as opposed to 1x only
3. Decision are raise or fold, not raise or check

That's exactly Mississippi Stud.

Yes. This is Mississippi Stud, literally.

Yep. The only difference I see is the pay table.
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allinriverking
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October 29th, 2017 at 9:28:30 AM permalink
Maybe the patent expired..
Wizard
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October 29th, 2017 at 11:54:45 AM permalink
Quote: Hunterhill

The original version of Cajun stud was supposed to allow you to check.
I think that is the version you are describing.

The version I just analyzed is the raise or fold version. You can play it at the Galaxy web site. The Galaxy video also clearly shows it is a raise or fold game.
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SM777
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October 29th, 2017 at 11:54:46 AM permalink
Quote: allinriverking

Maybe the patent expired..

I don't think there ever was one. But, that's not really the issue anyway.

Imagine if one of us created a game identical to High Card Flush and peddled it throughout the industry for \$150 a month. Galaxy would go out of business, and you'd have yourself a nice monthly income. What good does that do the table games industry though?
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October 29th, 2017 at 11:56:45 AM permalink
Quote: Ibeatyouraces

That's exactly Mississippi Stud.

You're right. I was confusing Let it Ride and Mississippi Stud. My bad.

Now I really feel stupid, I spent hours analyzing this yesterday and didn't realize I had analyzed the exact same game already. Hopefully this is just normal aging and not a sign of Alzheimer's disease.

At least I don't need to work on the second and third decision points, as that information is covered in my Mississippi Stud page.
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Hunterhill
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October 29th, 2017 at 12:04:44 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

The version I just analyzed is the raise or fold version. You can play it at the Galaxy web site. The Galaxy video also clearly shows it is a raise or fold game.

Yes your write up is clearly about the raise or fold game,but your post on this forum seemed to be referring to the other version where you could check or bet,hence my confusion.
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