mrsuit31
mrsuit31
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December 12th, 2011 at 5:23:13 PM permalink
Does anyone happen to know a supplier of progressive systems other than the deq g3 that can be used in conjunction with live table games?
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rdw4potus
rdw4potus
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December 12th, 2011 at 7:37:31 PM permalink
There's a progressive bet on a Shufflemaster branded Fortune Pai Gow table at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, MN. I assume that means that SM also supplies progressive systems. I'm not sure if that's exactly a step up over DEQ...
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FleaStiff
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December 13th, 2011 at 2:59:37 AM permalink
For those who were a bit mystified,
LEVIS, QC, Nov. 12 /PRNewswire/ - DEQ Systems Corp, a leading provider of table game bonusing, jackpot and loyalty solutions, announces the release of Bad Beat Blackjack® Progressive and the success of the two month trial test of 11 games at Barona Casino. Bad Beat Blackjack Progressive is an optional electronic side wager. The side bet pays if the player gets a 20 and is beaten by a dealer 21. The more cards the dealer draws to beat the player's hands, the higher the payout. A Seven Card Dealer 21 pays the progressive jackpot.

"This is the first blackjack progressive side bet that turns the concept of insurance into a very opportunistic wager for the player" stated Max Rubin. The Bad Beat Blackjack bet takes the most agonizing part of blackjack and turns it into a winning situation for the player. As well, DEQ's G3 technology is simply a high performance delivery system for progressive betting ...

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