miplet
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April 11th, 2019 at 4:39:53 PM permalink
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Here is my code, in the unlikely event anyone cares.

I care. Too hard to read on my phone so I'll look at it later.
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April 11th, 2019 at 4:53:51 PM permalink
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Thanks for the offer. I can't think of anything to ask. However, I'd like just a picture of the game. I know casinos aren't big on photography, so understand if you can't do it.



https://m.imgur.com/a/M3Yrcrp

Blocked out my players card and the dealers name. Best I could do

No one really uses the white lines where you are supposed to lay cards. Everyone just flops their cards down win or lose

They should have place the bottom pay table (Hearts bet) to the right so it lined up with the bet in my opinion. Might have made learning a bit easier.

The guy in the picture has 3 red cards. Dealer flipped 3 black cards. The dealer flips theirs from our right to left. He laid a heart, then matched the KD (saved his hand) then laid his final card, a second heart. Ante 1:1 hearts push

I forgot once again to memorize the progressive. I will do that tomorrow

Lost $60 by losing 5/6 hands. That’s all I was up anyway left even
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April 11th, 2019 at 5:04:23 PM permalink
A clever layout for saving space with player cards (if used).

What's the progressive in general?
Have you tried 22 tonight? I said 22.
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April 11th, 2019 at 5:18:58 PM permalink
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A clever layout for saving space with player cards (if used).

What's the progressive in general?



3 card poker hands based on what you’re dealt. Lowest is 3OK (no heart needed for $30 or $45)
Major is around 9.5k at the moment with a $5000 envy for AQK of spades (hearts is built into the game already. Maybe that’s why they didn’t make it a jackpot here)

In between is straight ($150?), flush($300), and straight flush
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April 11th, 2019 at 5:23:13 PM permalink
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https://m.imgur.com/a/M3Yrcrp



Thank you! That is now the image associated with the game.
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April 11th, 2019 at 5:23:52 PM permalink
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I care. Too hard to read on my phone so I'll look at it later.



Thanks for caring. I'd be interested in your thoughts.
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April 11th, 2019 at 5:30:27 PM permalink
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3 card poker hands based on what you’re dealt. Lowest is 3OK (no heart needed for $30 or $45)
Major is around 9.5k at the moment with a $5000 envy for AQK of spades (hearts is built into the game already. Maybe that’s why they didn’t make it a jackpot here)

In between is straight ($150?), flush($300), and straight flush



I see near the bottom of this page https://www.foxwoods.com/tablegames/#locations that on 4/5, someone won a nice progressive ($33,543) on Heart Attack Poker.
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April 11th, 2019 at 5:37:25 PM permalink
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I see near the bottom of this page https://www.foxwoods.com/tablegames/#locations that on 4/5, someone won a nice progressive ($33,543) on Heart Attack Poker.


"Poker"? I guess they use the word to reassure skittish players.
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April 16th, 2019 at 8:47:16 AM permalink
Played this game again at Foxwoods for about 45 minutes (just me and we played fast because the dealer and I knew the game well). I bought in for $200. I lost my first 7 hands in a row and was just about ready to go when I went on a nice little streak and worked my way back Up. It was a lot of work for $15. At that point I left.


The game is FUN to play. When it’s just you and the dealer it moves as fast or slow as you’d like it to. I haven’t had a chance to play with 4-6 people sitting. It’s a nice change of pace from craps, but I’ll always play it expecting the loss. The average payout/hand is low ($5 for $25)

-I never got a hand with more than 4 hearts on the table

-Getting dealt a hand with no hearts is a bummer. Getting a run of them even worse. Going out on them is possible and fun, but bittersweet because the payout is low for it. Maybe they should’ve added a 2x ante payout or something for a win with no hearts

-I never hit the attack bet for more than a straight with a heart (6:1), which I got once or twice

-I got a few non-heart flushes which do exactly nothing. Not even on the progressive

- I was the only one playing. A few stopped to watch and learn the rules but no one else bought in

-For the money I was playing, there were a few nice hits which kept me going, but if you outbet your bankroll you will drain FAST. During my streak I was playing $15 on ante+Heart with $10 on back. This means most hands I was betting $40 to win $5(yikes). Luckily that back $10 was hitting pairs a decent amount, with 3-4 hearts to boot. If I wasn’t hitting I definitely would not have sustained that level of play with only $200.
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April 16th, 2019 at 10:17:05 AM permalink
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Maybe they should’ve added a 2x ante payout or something for a win with no hearts.


Yeah, something. I was thinking a "play" bet but imagine it would screw up the math too much.
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I got a few non-heart flushes which do exactly nothing. Not even on the progressive.


I don't even bother with the "attack" bet anymore on the demo.

Still, I agree it's a fun game and am a little disappointed to hear of an empty table.
Have you tried 22 tonight? I said 22.

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