mrsuit31
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Gialmere
January 12th, 2019 at 6:08:45 PM permalink
Hi all,

The game demo for the new and improved 31 Classic that was shown at this yea'rs Cutting Edge Table Games Conference is now live online. You can play the game HERE

You may recall seeing Wizard's video demo from the show, with the lovely Angela:



The pay tables have all been revised to push the return down to the more common pay events, to create a better playing experience. The addition of the All 4 Royal Family Bonus creates additional excitement with the potential big jackpot payouts and the rainbow (all off-suit hand) pay event keeps every player alive even with terrible cards (which remains active even if the player folds).

Let me know everyone thoughts and comments on this updated version of the game. It should be entering a few jurisdiction by Q2 of this year. More on that to hopefully follow.
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MrCasinoGames
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mrsuit31
January 12th, 2019 at 8:58:57 PM permalink
Nice Demo, easy to understand.
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Zcore13
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January 12th, 2019 at 9:51:26 PM permalink
Quote: mrsuit31

Hi all,

The game demo for the new and improved 31 Classic that was shown at this yea'rs Cutting Edge Table Games Conference is now live online. You can play the game HERE

You may recall seeing Wizard's video demo from the show, with the lovely Angela:



The pay tables have all been revised to push the return down to the more common pay events, to create a better playing experience. The addition of the All 4 Royal Family Bonus creates additional excitement with the potential big jackpot payouts and the rainbow (all off-suit hand) pay event keeps every player alive even with terrible cards (which remains active even if the player folds).

Let me know everyone thoughts and comments on this updated version of the game. It should be entering a few jurisdiction by Q2 of this year. More on that to hopefully follow.



Solid game. Keeps getting better. Hit frequency seems very high, which players will enjoy. Fair chance for large payouts is also a plus. I hit a low 4 card flush for 15-1 (if I recall correctly) and high 4 card flush for 30-1 in about 10 minutes of play.


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Gialmere
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January 13th, 2019 at 1:04:12 AM permalink
I like the Rainbow payoff acting as sort of a hedge. I think there's some interesting potential with that concept. Well done Mr$uit!
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mrsuit31
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January 13th, 2019 at 6:43:14 AM permalink
Quote: Zcore13

Solid game. Keeps getting better. Hit frequency seems very high, which players will enjoy. Fair chance for large payouts is also a plus. I hit a low 4 card flush for 15-1 (if I recall correctly) and high 4 card flush for 30-1 in about 10 minutes of play.


ZCore13



Thanks Zcore, I appreciate that. The hit rate for the base game is around 40% which, for an odds paying pay table based game, is one of the highest on the market. This is designed to create an enjoyable playing experience (of course if the cards cooperate). The 4 card wager definilty adds the missing piece from the original version. This wager will also be converted as an additional progressive down the line as well. By including a predetermined (or random Money$uit type) bonus suit, the progressive jackpot for a simple four card hand can become very large adding another layer of excitement for players.

Quote: Gialmere

I like the Rainbow payoff acting as sort of a hedge. I think there's some interesting potential with that concept. Well done Mr$uit!



I have become a big fan if the rainbow as well. It was specifically included as a hedge type pay as you explained. With the last version, after watching live play, myself and the players would joke every time a rainbow showed up. Additionally as you see by Zcore’s play above, it also adds that second larger exciting portion for players sitting with a solid “nobrainer” on the natural hand (or even a small three card suited 18 or so). Previously, without the wager, players simply hoped to get a small increase in pay if they pulled a larger suited card to improve their hand which almost felt like a waste TBH. However, now that is far from the case with the draw card leading to very healthy payouts beyond that of the possible increased pay on the player’s play wager.


Thank you all for taking the time to play and post. Hope to have some installs to report in the coming weeks.
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