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Wizard
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Gialmere
January 21st, 2020 at 8:31:55 PM permalink
I just saw All in Stud at the Aquarius in Laughlin yesterday. It is the same thing as Let it Ride, except players add new bets instead of pulling them back. Copy and old successful game, add some side bets, and viola -- you're off the the races.

Please have a look at the new page and let me know what you think.

The question for the poll is would you play All in Stud?
It's not whether you win or lose; it's whether or not you had a good bet.
MrCasinoGames
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January 21st, 2020 at 10:14:14 PM permalink
All in Stud is the same games as Raise'em Poker™, Play-in Africa Casino for a long time.

I know this, because I have Invented the Progressive-bet for this game (Raise'em Poker™) in 2012, and it is NOW call Raise'em® Poker-Plus™.
NOW Has 150+ Tables Installed in Africa Casinos. RaiseemPokerPlus.com

See Raise'em® Poker-Plus™ at TCS-JohnHuxley: RaiseemPokerTCS.com

See Raise'em® Poker™ at Wizard of Odds: RaiseemPokerWoO.com


For the Lo Ball bet:
See my (Casino Razz® Loball-Bonus™) For any five-card poker hand, at Wizard of Odds: CasinoRazzWoO.com

My Conclusion, Basically:
All in Stud is a combined of My (Raise'em® Poker-Plus™), My (Casino Razz® Loball-Bonus™) with the (3-card Plar-Plus bet).





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Gialmere
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January 21st, 2020 at 10:41:05 PM permalink
There's some minor confusion on the WOO page in the Lo Ball and Jackpot sections. Both state that the bet has action even if the player folds, and yet folding is not an available player option in this type of game.
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I know the Wizard is on friendly terms with Galaxy Gaming but good Lord, they do seem to specialize in retreads of other people's games with additional high HE side bets tacked on (adding insult to the injury). To be fair, however, I do like Texas Shootout.
Have you tried 22 tonight? I said 22.
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January 22nd, 2020 at 3:18:51 AM permalink
Thanks Stephen, I forgot about Raise 'em Poker. Just added a reference to that.

As to the point about folding, good catch. Not that it's a good excuse, but the side bet comment was a habit from writing about other poker-based games.
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TigerWu
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January 22nd, 2020 at 11:34:43 AM permalink
I say maybe.

I always liked Let it Ride, but I didn't like the aspect of putting all that money out there right off the bat, even if you could pull it back. Just a psychological thing. If I see this in Vegas next time I might give it a shot for low stakes.

Also, Dick York, of course.
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January 22nd, 2020 at 8:12:03 PM permalink
Raise-em poker was a Roger Snow game. I played it at the Venetian in 2013, and they said it had just been installed there.

I didn't like it at all. Roger asked for feedback and I gave it both barrels when I was first on here. He was quite polite about taking the criticism, as I recall.

My SIL liked it a lot. She also won a fair amount while I drained hand after hand. Quite volatile.

Not surprised Galaxy is ripping off yet another SHFL game. (Insert eye roll)
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MrCasinoGames
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January 22nd, 2020 at 9:11:16 PM permalink
Quote: beachbumbabs

Raise-em poker was a Roger Snow game. I played it at the Venetian in 2013, and they said it had just been installed there.

I didn't like it at all. Roger asked for feedback and I gave it both barrels when I was first on here. He was quite polite about taking the criticism, as I recall.

My SIL liked it a lot. She also won a fair amount while I drained hand after hand. Quite volatile.

Not surprised Galaxy is ripping off yet another SHFL game. (Insert eye roll)


Hi beachbumbabs,

Raise'em Poker was out in Africa-Casinos a long time before 2013.
As I say I have invented a Progressive-bet for Raise'em Poker in 2012 and rename it to (Raise'em® Poker-Plus™).

* To be exact (by email reference). It was on the 07 September 2012, when TCS-JohnHuxley request me to invente a Progressive-bet for Raise'em Poker whitch was the most Play Casino Poker game in Africa-Casinos.
Also, in Africa there are few different names on this game, but now with the Progressive-bet it is call (Raise'em® Poker-Plus™) or (Raise'em® Poker-Extra™).

P.S. Roger Snow game is not call (Raise'em Poker).
Maybe you are talking about (Big Raise Stud Poker).
Big Raise Stud Poker at Wizard of Odds: http://bit.ly/37fDQ4h
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January 22nd, 2020 at 9:11:30 PM permalink
Agreed, volatile game. I played about 20 hands at the Aquarius and think had 19 losses and one win.
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January 22nd, 2020 at 10:39:57 PM permalink
"How To" Play Raise'Em Poker (Sun International).
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The company owns 42.5% of the South African casino market.




Raise'em® Poker Xtra/Plus Progressive™ at Tsogo Sun.
Tsogo Sun has more than 110 hotels and 13+ Casinos.

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January 23rd, 2020 at 9:16:37 AM permalink
Quote: Wizard

Agreed, volatile game. I played about 20 hands at the Aquarius and think had 19 losses and one win.



See, you should have been betting WITH the streak.

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