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April 17th, 2012 at 2:37:48 AM permalink
I will be showing 7 New Table Games in May at the G-Casinos (Rank Group) games showcase in the UK (There will be other Table Games Distributors too).

Here are my 7 games:
Three Roulette Games: Double-Strike® Jackpot 260™ -- Roulette Ultimate-Bets™ -- Roulette Link-Bets® Professional.
Two Blackjack Games: Common-Hand Blackjack® -- Top-Draw Blackjack®.
One Poker Game: 1+2® Trip Cards Poker™.
One Card Game: Casino Pairs™ CardWin®.

If you would like to see the rules of the games. Please select (Vote) the games on the poll.
I will show the rules of the games here one at a time (1 or 2 games a week).
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April 17th, 2012 at 8:30:42 PM permalink


The New Way to Deal and Play Blackjack
The Game is significantly faster with One Common-Hand is dealt which all Players share. Each making his own play decisions.

Playing Procedures
Step 1. All Players make their bets.

Step 2. A Common-Hand of two cards is dealt face up and one card is dealt face up to the Dealer.

Step 3. Each Player makes a play decision to draw a card, to double down or to stand (No card will be drawn until all Players have made their play decisions).
If the Player elects to draw a card or double down go to Step 4.
If the Player elects to stand go to Step 5.

Step 4. Once every Player has made his play decision a third card is dealt face up and will belong to those Players who have elected to draw a card or double down.
Players who has double down go to Step 5.
If the hand value is below 21 after the third card is exposed, any Player may stand or request a fourth card.
The same procedure as in Step 3 (no double down) is followed until all Players stand or bust.

Step 5. When the Player stands his bet will be move to the Blackjack Grid.

Step 6. When all Players' play decisions have been executed. The Dealer will draw to his hand in the normal way.


What to do with Splittable-Pairs? (using Stephen’s Split-Pairs concept)

1. Splittable pair is dealt as the Common-Hand
All decide not to split: One non-split hand of two cards (See Fig 1) is played and the hand will be played to completion.

2. Splittable pair is dealt as the Common-Hand
All decide to split: Two split hands of one card each (See Fig 2) are played to completion. The original hand no longer exists.

3. Splittable pair is dealt as the Common-Hand
Some split – Some don't split: Three Common-Hands are played; one non-split hand of two cards and two split hands of one card each (See Fig 3).
Non-split Hand (See Fig 1) is played and completed before dealing with the two new hands created by the split cards (See Fig 2).
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April 21st, 2012 at 1:03:26 PM permalink
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I will show the rules of the games here one at a time (1 or 2 games a week).



When do we get the next one?
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April 21st, 2012 at 10:11:32 PM permalink
Patent: US 7,686,306
File: 11-Apr-2008 / Date of Patent: 30-Mar-2010
© Stephen Au-Yeung. All rights reserved.

Double-Strike® Jackpot-260 Roulette
A Roulette Side-Game with a payout of 260 to 1

Double-Strike® Jackpot-260 will be determined by the relationship between two spins. The game is played with a Roulette-layout amended to include a Jackpot-Circuit.

Players place their bets on the roulette-layout and/or the Jackpot-Circuit for Double-Strike betting.

After each spin the Dealer will place Jackpot-Marker on Double-Strike bets belonging to the winning number.

Double-Strike bet will be successful if it fulfils the following sequential criteria:
First: The winning number must be the forecast number.
Secondly: On the following spin the winning number must be the forecast number or the Neighbour-Numbers (Two numbers on either side of the forecast number on the Jackpot-Circuit).
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April 21st, 2012 at 10:43:51 PM permalink
Quote: MrCasinoGames


Secondly: On the following spin the winning number must be the forecast number or the Neighbour-Numbers (Two numbers on either side of the forecast number on the Jackpot-Circuit).



I said the same thing to DJT about his roulette
game. Why are you people bound and determined
to slow down an already slow game? The dealers
have too much to pay attention to now, let alone
giving them more things to get wrong and slow them to
glacial speed. I'm already sitting their silently
cursing their slowness, please keep this thing in
England..
"It's not called gambling if the math is on your side."
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April 22nd, 2012 at 5:36:16 AM permalink
Quote: EvenBob

I said the same thing to DJT about his roulette
game. Why are you people bound and determined
to slow down an already slow game? The dealers
have too much to pay attention to now, let alone
giving them more things to get wrong and slow them to
glacial speed. I'm already sitting their silently
cursing their slowness, please keep this thing in
England..


Double-Strike® Jackpot-260 Roulette is not limited to live roulette games.
For example: online roulette, touch-bet roulette, E-table roulette (I-table roulette) etc... The speed will not be slow at all.
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April 22nd, 2012 at 10:44:24 AM permalink
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Common-Hand Blackjack®
Patent Pending / Video Presentation / Played in South Africa.
Distributor: TCS-JOHNHUXLEY / ©2006 Stephen Au-Yeung.

The New Way to Deal and Play Blackjack
The Game is significantly faster with One Common-Hand is dealt which all Players share. Each making his own play decisions.

Playing Procedures
Step 1. All Players make their bets.

Step 2. A Common-Hand of two cards is dealt face up and one card is dealt face up to the Dealer.

Step 3. Each Player makes a play decision to draw a card, to double down or to stand (No card will be drawn until all Players have made their play decisions).
If the Player elects to draw a card or double down go to Step 4.
If the Player elects to stand go to Step 5.

Step 4. Once every Player has made his play decision a third card is dealt face up and will belong to those Players who have elected to draw a card or double down.
Players who has double down go to Step 5.
If the hand value is below 21 after the third card is exposed, any Player may stand or request a fourth card.
The same procedure as in Step 3 (no double down) is followed until all Players stand or bust.

Step 5. When the Player stands his bet will be move to the Blackjack Grid (as illustrated).
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Step 6. When all Players' play decisions have been executed. The Dealer will draw to his hand in the normal way.


What to do with Splittable-Pairs? (using Stephen’s Split-Pairs concept)

1. Splittable pair is dealt as the Common-Hand
All decide not to split: One non-split hand of two cards (See Fig 1) is played and the hand will be played to completion.

2. Splittable pair is dealt as the Common-Hand
All decide to split: Two split hands of one card each (See Fig 2) are played to completion. The original hand no longer exists.

3. Splittable pair is dealt as the Common-Hand
Some split – Some don't split: Three Common-Hands are played; one non-split hand of two cards and two split hands of one card each (See Fig 3).
Non-split Hand (See Fig 1) is played and completed before dealing with the two new hands created by the split cards (See Fig 2).



I think the concept is great! For all the 'experts' who think someone else 'ruins' the table by either hitting when they shouldn't, or standing when they shouldn't, this will shut them up! I'm not sure how it will actually work, but good luck!
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April 22nd, 2012 at 10:55:09 AM permalink
Quote: SOOPOO

I think the concept is great! For all the 'experts' who think someone else 'ruins' the table by either hitting when they shouldn't, or standing when they shouldn't, this will shut them up! I'm not sure how it will actually work, but good luck!


Shared player hand: Ace-7

Dealer card: 6

All the ‘experts’: Stand

You: Double Down

Your third card: 8

Second dealer card: 10

Third dealer card: 4

Now you have a whole table of ‘experts’ yelling at you.
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April 22nd, 2012 at 11:08:00 AM permalink
Quote: JB

Shared player hand: Ace-7

Dealer card: 6

All the ‘experts’: Stand

You: Double Down

Your third card: 8

Second dealer card: 10

Third dealer card: 4

Now you have a whole table of ‘experts’ yelling at you.



One of my rule is (Stephen's Continuation-cards) witch will enable the Dealer to draw the same cards regardless of the play decisions of any of the players.

When all Players have acted and the Common-Hand is showing 20 or lower the dealer will draw Continuation-cards until the hand reaches 21 or Bust (This is to enable the Dealer to draw the same cards regardless of the play decisions of any of the players).
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April 22nd, 2012 at 8:12:25 PM permalink
Quote: SOOPOO

Quote: MrCasinoGames


Common-Hand Blackjack®
Patent Pending / Video Presentation / Played in South Africa.
Distributor: TCS-JOHNHUXLEY / ©2006 Stephen Au-Yeung.

The New Way to Deal and Play Blackjack
The Game is significantly faster with One Common-Hand is dealt which all Players share. Each making his own play decisions.


I think the concept is great! For all the 'experts' who think someone else 'ruins' the table by either hitting when they shouldn't, or standing when they shouldn't, this will shut them up! I'm not sure how it will actually work, but good luck!


Thanks SOOPOO.
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April 25th, 2012 at 3:57:02 AM permalink
Patent Pending / Registered Design Pending
©Stephen Au-Yeung. All rights reserved.
Distributor: TCS-JOHNHUXLEY

Roulette Ultimate-Bets™ combines the roulette-layout with the novel 'section-based' design.
A new map (Layout) of the wheel referenced to section-betting.

The layout offers standard combination bets on the roulette design and in addition hitherto unavailable betting patterns may be secured on the novel 'section-based' design.

Examples referred to in the illustration:
(a) Straight-Up: ---------- One-Number bet.
(b) Splits: ----------------- Two-Numbers bet.
(c) Threesome: ---------- Three-Numbers bet.
(d) Corner: --------------- Four-Numbers bet.
(e) Ultimate-Street: ----- Six-Numbers bet.
(f) Ultimate-Line: -------- Twelve-Numbers bet.
(g) Outside: -------------- Eighteen-Numbers bet.

Pay-Table
Description Numbers ----- Covered ---- Odds

Straight Up -------------------- One --------- 35 to 1
Split --------------------------- Two --------- 17 to 1
Three Some ------------------ Three -------- 11 to 1
Corner ------------------------- Four ---------- 8 to 1
6No.Street -------------------- Six ------------ 5 to 1
Dozen-bet -------------------- Twelve ------- 2 to 1
Even Chances -----------------Eighteen ------ 1 to 1

Comparing Standard Roulette-bets with Ultimate-bets
Single chip betting ------- Standard-Bets ----- Ultimate-Bets
One-number bets ---------- 37 --------------------- 37
Two-number bets ---------- 60 ------------------- 132
Three-number bets -------- 14 -------------------- 10
Four-number bets --------- 23 --------------------- 50
Six-number bets ----------- 11 --------------------- 24
Twelve-number bets ------- 6 --------------------- 20
Eighteen-number bets ----- 6 -----------------------6
Total ------------------- 157 --------------- 279
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April 25th, 2012 at 7:04:23 AM permalink
you do realize that roulette already has a bet called
a STREET that covers THREE numbers
and a LINE that covers SIX numbers?
Also, the bets that cover TWELVE numbers
are also OUTSIDE bets.
The bets called DOZEN and COLUMN.
In a bet, there is a fool and a thief. - Proverb.
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April 25th, 2012 at 8:42:38 AM permalink
Thanks WongBo,

I see your point.
I will call them, Ultimate-Street and Ultimate-Line.
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April 25th, 2012 at 9:45:11 AM permalink
granted, most players of roulette do not know the names of the bets,
but the experienced players and croupiers know the names
and would probably respond better to a less confusing renaming of
the traditional names.

another name for the traditional LINE bet that covers six numbers and pays 5:1
is double street. perhaps that would be more in keeping with the
traditional names, and therefore less confusing.

i think if you called the bet covering twelve numbers a DOZEN bet
it would be more in keeping with traditional names, self-descriptive
and therefore less confusing.
In a bet, there is a fool and a thief. - Proverb.
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April 25th, 2012 at 10:02:57 AM permalink
Hi WongBo,

I take your point.
I think I will call them: 6No.Street and Dozen-bet.
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April 25th, 2012 at 10:10:33 AM permalink
i am glad to offer unsolicited advice!
i have played the game with a lot of experienced players
and i think they would appreciate the more traditional names.
good luck with this and all of your games.
In a bet, there is a fool and a thief. - Proverb.
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April 25th, 2012 at 9:12:18 PM permalink
Quote: WongBo

i am glad to offer unsolicited advice!
i have played the game with a lot of experienced players
and i think they would appreciate the more traditional names.
good luck with this and all of your games.


Thanks WongBo.
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April 27th, 2012 at 7:57:28 PM permalink
Patent Pending / Registered Design Pending
Trade Mark Registered / Registered Design: 4017781, AU 337057 S, 337057, 4018660, 4023944
©Stephen Au-Yeung. All rights reserved.
Distributor: TCS-JOHNHUXLEY

Roulette Link-Bets® Professional. The New Design of Roulette Link-Bets® Played Live 150+ Tables in UK, (Started 2011).

Link-Bets Professional Roulette-Layout offers Split and Corner betting between numbers in the first and third columns, which would otherwise not be possible because they are not adjacent.

Betting combinations now available include: Link-Splits, Link-Corners and Colour-Threesomes (Colour related group selections).

e.g. (a) Link-Splits 7-9, 19-21.
e.g. (b) Link-Corners 10-12-13-15, 25-27-28-30.
e.g. (c) Colour-Threesomes-Red [Red 1 to 6] = 1-3-5, [Red 7 to 12] = 7-9-12.
e.g. (c) Colour-Threesomes-Black [Black 1 to 6] = 2-4-6, [Black 7 to 12] = 8-10-11.

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April 27th, 2012 at 8:00:11 PM permalink
Mr CG:

So you did not realize that my life's ambition
was to get 10 posts in a row on the WIZofVEGASdotCOM ?

thanks a lot
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April 30th, 2012 at 7:38:28 AM permalink

1+2® Trip Cards Poker™
Patents: 6,206,373 & 6,637,747
© Stephen Au-Yeung. All rights reserved.
Distributor: TCS-JOHNHUXLEY


1. Each Player makes an Ante-bet and two optional Side-bets Triple-Ace™ Bonus and Ace-King™ Bonus.

2. Two cards are dealt face down to each Player and the Dealer. In addition one community-card is dealt face up in the middle of the table.

3. Each Player examines his cards and must either Fold or stay in the game by making a Call-bet which is double his Ante-bet.

4. A second community-card is deal face up.

5. Each Player and the Dealer will make the best three-card poker hand using any combination of their own two cards and the two community-cards.

6. The Dealer compares his three-card poker hand with the Player’s three-card poker hand. The Dealer must qualify with ace-high or better.

•If the Dealer does not qualify then the Ante-bet will pay according to the AnteWin™ Pay-table and the Call-bet will push.

•If the Dealer qualifies:
a) Player beats the Dealer then the Player’s Ante-bet will pay according to the AnteWin® Pay-table and his Call-bet will pay 1 to 1.
b) If Dealer beats the Player then the Player will lose his bets.
c) If Dealer and Player tie then the bets will push.
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April 30th, 2012 at 11:12:00 AM permalink
Quote: MrCasinoGames

Patent Pending / Registered Design Pending
©Stephen Au-Yeung. All rights reserved.
Distributor: TCS-JOHNHUXLEY

Roulette Ultimate-Bets™ combines the roulette-layout with the novel 'section-based' design.
A new map (Layout) of the wheel referenced to section-betting.

The layout offers standard combination bets on the roulette design and in addition hitherto unavailable betting patterns may be secured on the novel 'section-based' design.

Examples referred to in the illustration:
(a) Straight-Up: ---------- One-Number bet.
(b) Splits: ----------------- Two-Numbers bet.
(c) Threesome: ---------- Three-Numbers bet.
(d) Corner: --------------- Four-Numbers bet.
(e) Ultimate-Street: ----- Six-Numbers bet.
(f) Ultimate-Line: -------- Twelve-Numbers bet.
(g) Outside: -------------- Eighteen-Numbers bet.

Pay-Table
Description Numbers ----- Covered ---- Odds

Straight Up -------------------- One --------- 35 to 1
Split --------------------------- Two --------- 17 to 1
Three Some ------------------ Three -------- 11 to 1
Corner ------------------------- Four ---------- 8 to 1
6No.Street -------------------- Six ------------ 5 to 1
Dozen-bet -------------------- Twelve ------- 2 to 1
Even Chances -----------------Eighteen ------ 1 to 1

Comparing Standard Roulette-bets with Ultimate-bets
Single chip betting ------- Standard-Bets ----- Ultimate-Bets
One-number bets ---------- 37 --------------------- 37
Two-number bets ---------- 60 ------------------- 132
Three-number bets -------- 14 -------------------- 10
Four-number bets --------- 23 --------------------- 50
Six-number bets ----------- 11 --------------------- 24
Twelve-number bets ------- 6 --------------------- 20
Eighteen-number bets ----- 6 -----------------------6
Total ------------------- 157 --------------- 279



Am I going mad? Where are the illustrations?
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May 12th, 2012 at 3:19:21 PM permalink
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...the Common-Hand is showing 20 or lower the dealer will draw Continuation-cards...

Shame I missed the Coventry evening - Grosvenor forgot to let me know - but I have seen the common-hand Blackjack a few years ago in Portsmouth, in that a row of cards are dealt and players decide when to split or stand. One problem I had was when the waitress came with a coffee at the top of a shoe and I was timed out on being allowed to split Aces, and then when the next card was a 4 the default action wasn't to take another card! However they didn't have the draw until 21 rule (and assume you have to split any reasonable pair and draw to an Ace even if someone took even money - fwiw this is only only time in normal Blackjack that someone playing behind can affect the run of cards).

From the ones you've had so far I like the sound of the 2+2=3 game.

I forget where, but I'm sure I've seen your Roulette street idea a few months ago.
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May 13th, 2012 at 10:10:09 AM permalink
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From the ones you've had so far I like the sound of the 2+2=3 game.


Do you mean 1+2=3?

After the Show and seeing the players feedback.
This is how I Rank My 7 New Table Games:

1. Double-Strike® Jackpot 260™
2. Common-Hand Blackjack®
3. 1+2® Trip Cards Poker™.
4. Roulette Link-Bets® Pro.
5. Casino Pairs™ CardWin®.
6. Roulette Ultimate-Bets™
7. Top-Draw Blackjack®.

I will post How the casino rank my 7 games, went I get the report.
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May 13th, 2012 at 12:13:05 PM permalink
Care to go one step further and post NOW how you think the casino's ranked your games ? ? ?
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May 13th, 2012 at 3:36:11 PM permalink
Quote: buzzpaff

Care to go one step further and post NOW how you think the casino's ranked your games ? ? ?


This is what I think the casino's ranked My 7 New Table Games:

1. Double-Strike® Jackpot 260™
2. Common-Hand Blackjack®
3. 1+2® Trip Cards Poker™.
4. Roulette Link-Bets® Pro.
5. Roulette Ultimate-Bets™
6. Casino Pairs™ CardWin®.
7. Top-Draw Blackjack®.
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May 13th, 2012 at 5:19:20 PM permalink
Damn, that's what I get for trying to bluff a great poker player !
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May 13th, 2012 at 7:34:28 PM permalink
You gonna show the rest?

I'm curious to see what Top Draw is
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May 14th, 2012 at 2:08:40 AM permalink
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I'm curious to see what Top Draw is



Top-Draw Blackjack

Patent Pending / Registered Design
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Distributor: TCS-JOHNHUXLEY

1. Each Player makes an Enter-bet and an optional Side-bet Contrast-Colour™ Bonus.
2. Dealer deals two cards face up to each Player and one card face up to himself.
3. Player has the option of changing his second card if his two-card hand is a hard total of 12 or higher, by making a Draw-bet which is equal to his Enter-bet.
4. After the changing option, the hand is played as normal: Stand, Draw, Double-down or Split.
5. After all Players have acted; Dealer deals a second card to himself and changes that card if his two-card total is a hard 12-17.
6. Dealer draws to his hand in the normal way.

All Blackjack rules remain unchanged
If the Player wins then all his bets win.
If the Player loses then all his bets lose.
If the Player ties with Dealer then all his bets push.
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May 14th, 2012 at 3:12:03 PM permalink
That's interesting. It seems very, very countable, though.
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May 14th, 2012 at 3:31:39 PM permalink
Knowing Stephen, I seriously doubt that !
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May 14th, 2012 at 6:30:25 PM permalink
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Top-Draw Blackjack

1. Each Player makes an Enter-bet and an optional Side-bet Contrast-Colour™ Bonus.
2. Dealer deals two cards face up to each Player and one card face up to himself.
3. Player has the option of changing his second card if his two-card hand is a hard total of 12 or higher, by making a Draw-bet which is equal to his Enter-bet.
4. After the changing option, the hand is played as normal: Stand, Draw, Double-down or Split.
5. After all Players have acted; Dealer deals a second card to himself and changes that card if his two-card total is a hard 12-17.
6. Dealer draws to his hand in the normal way.

All Blackjack rules remain unchanged
If the Player wins then all his bets win.
If the Player loses then all his bets lose.
If the Player ties with Dealer then all his bets push.



If the dealer shows [5], the up card, and I have [J,5]. I can double my bet to change [5], the 2nd card. Let's say my next card is 6, now I have [J,6] and I stand. If dealer has [K,5] and hit an Ace. Then the Ace is "changed" and he has to hit again and then he busts. So I will win even money on my Enter and Draw bets. Isn't this more like allowing me to double down if my first card is a 9 or 10 and the dealer has 4,5 or 6 up? What's the catch?
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May 14th, 2012 at 6:48:46 PM permalink
No, if the dealer has 5, K then he/she will replace the King (2nd card) with another card.
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May 14th, 2012 at 7:01:08 PM permalink
Thanks.
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Patent: US 7,686,306
File: 11-Apr-2008 / Date of Patent: 30-Mar-2010
© Stephen Au-Yeung. All rights reserved.

Double-Strike® Jackpot-260 Roulette
A Roulette Side-Game with a payout of 260 to 1

Double-Strike® Jackpot-260 will be determined by the relationship between two spins. The game is played with a Roulette-layout amended to include a Jackpot-Circuit.

Players place their bets on the roulette-layout and/or the Jackpot-Circuit for Double-Strike betting.

After each spin the Dealer will place Jackpot-Marker on Double-Strike bets belonging to the winning number.

Double-Strike bet will be successful if it fulfils the following sequential criteria:
First: The winning number must be the forecast number.
Secondly: On the following spin the winning number must be the forecast number or the Neighbour-Numbers (Two numbers on either side of the forecast number on the Jackpot-Circuit).
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Double-Strike® Jackpot-260 Roulette THE Mother of ALL ​​​Roulette-games with multipliers (Live-Dealer or RNG).
US-Patented: 7,686,306 https://patentcenter.uspto.gov/applications/12101504

Has been updated to: Master-Match® Range-Roulette®. MasterMatchRoulette.com

THE-FIRST Patented Roulette-game with Multipliers. ​​US-Patented: 7,686,306 https://patentcenter.uspto.gov/applications/12101504
* April/2012 Discussion at Wizard of Vegas: http://bit.ly/3YhqzBN
* May/2012: Version-1 (Double-Strike® Jackpot-260 Roulette) Was at Grosvenor-Casinos (Rank Group) Games Showcase in the UK. NewTableGamesUK
* July/2012: Version-1 was trialed in Grosvenor-Casinos (Rank Group) in the UK. http://bit.ly/3IMUzQe
* July/2012: Version-1 was Approved-by UK Gambling Commission (Double-Strike® Jackpot-260™): ​http://bit.ly/3ZeeS0j
​​
RULES MasterMatchRoulette
Master-Match® Range-Roulette® is a Roulette-game with Multipliers, based on the Winning-spin of a Live Roulette-Wheel and an accompanying Virtual-Roulette-spin (RNG-Roulette).
The game is played with a Roulette layout amended to include a Jackpot-Circuit®.

1. Player places bet/s (Straight-up) on any number/s in the Master-Match® section of the layout (Jackpot-Circuit®).

2. If both the Live-Roulette and the RNG-Roulette Winning-number are the Selected-number, the bet is pay x to 1.

3. If the Live-Roulette Winning-number is the Selected-number, and the RNG-Roulette Winning-number is One of the Neighbour-Numbers of the Live-Roulette Winning-number. the bet is pay y to 1.

4. If the Live-Roulette Winning-number is not the Selected-number, the bet/s will lose. MasterMatchRoulette.com

The Master-Match® Range-Roulette® bet will be successful if it fulfills the following sequential criteria:
First: The Winning-number must be the Forecast-number.

Secondly: On the Virtual-Roulette-spin the Winning-number must be the Forecast-number or, One of the Neighbour-Numbers (Two numbers on either side of the Forecast-number on the Jackpot-Circuit).
The Play-out on the Winning-bet will depend on the outcome of the Virtual-Roulette-spin (RNG-Roulette).

NOTE: The Pay-out can be a Fix-payout or Randomly-Generated.
Also, the RNG-Roulette can be replaced by a Live-Roulette. MasterMatchRoulette.com



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You gonna show the rest?

I'm curious to see what Top Draw is
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Yes, I will show the rest and a lot More. Some you have NEVER seen before at: NewTableGamesUK
FYI, The Top Draw Blackjack® has been updated. Will show it here later.

For Now, in the next Post. I will show you the updated Common-Hand Blackjack®.

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March 5th, 2023 at 8:10:50 PM permalink
Here is a Quick BJ Side-bet for you. Blackjack Sandwich™!
Invented in 2007. Math-by Cynthia Liu EDGE CONSULTING.

October 5th, 2010: Discussion at Wizard of Vegas. https://wizardofvegas.com/forum/gaming-business/game-inventors/3026-mrcg-5-bj-sandwich/#post31511

DESCRIPTION: Blackjack Sandwich
Blackjack Sandwich is a card game designed to be played as a blackjack side bet. The object of the game is to achieve a “sandwich” in which the dealer’s up card is ranked between both or equal to either of the player’s first two cards.

RULES:
1. Blackjack Sandwich is played using 4 to 8 decks of cards. For purposes of the side bet, aces are always high.

2. To begin, the player makes his wager for the side bet in the appropriate betting box.

3. The dealer then deals two cards face up to each player and one card face up and one card face down to himself as part of the normal blackjack dealing procedure.

4. Before continuing further with the blackjack game, the dealer will assess the outcome of each side bet hand to determine whether any player has achieved a sandwich.

5. Starting on his right, the dealer will collect all losing bets and pay all winning bets according to the sandwich pay schedule. The following table describes each winning hand on the pay table.


Hands and Descriptions
Triple Sandwich: --------Three of a Kind

Straight Sandwich: -----The ranks of all 3 cards are consecutive. The rank of the dealer’s up card is in between the ranks of the player’s 2 cards.

Pair Sandwich: ----------The rank of one of the player’s cards matches the rank of the dealer’s up card.

Sandwich: ---------------The rank of the dealer’s up card is in between the ranks of the player’s 2 cards.

Blackjack Sandwich Pay Table (6 deck)
Triple Sandwich ------ 15
Straight Sandwich ---- 7
Pair Sandwich --------- 1
Sandwich -------------- 1

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March 7th, 2023 at 5:44:13 AM permalink
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Common-Hand Blackjack®
Patent Pending / Video Presentation / Played in South Africa.
Distributor: TCS-JOHNHUXLEY / ©2006 Stephen Au-Yeung.

The New Way to Deal and Play Blackjack
The Game is significantly faster with One Common-Hand is dealt which all Players share. Each making his own play decisions.

Playing Procedures
Step 1. All Players make their bets.

Step 2. A Common-Hand of two cards is dealt face up and one card is dealt face up to the Dealer.

Step 3. Each Player makes a play decision to draw a card, to double down or to stand (No card will be drawn until all Players have made their play decisions).
If the Player elects to draw a card or double down go to Step 4.
If the Player elects to stand go to Step 5.

Step 4. Once every Player has made his play decision a third card is dealt face up and will belong to those Players who have elected to draw a card or double down.
Players who has double down go to Step 5.
If the hand value is below 21 after the third card is exposed, any Player may stand or request a fourth card.
The same procedure as in Step 3 (no double down) is followed until all Players stand or bust.

Step 5. When the Player stands his bet will be move to the Blackjack Grid (as illustrated).
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Step 6. When all Players' play decisions have been executed. The Dealer will draw to his hand in the normal way.


What to do with Splittable-Pairs? (using Stephen’s Split-Pairs concept)

1. Splittable pair is dealt as the Common-Hand
All decide not to split: One non-split hand of two cards (See Fig 1) is played and the hand will be played to completion.

2. Splittable pair is dealt as the Common-Hand
All decide to split: Two split hands of one card each (See Fig 2) are played to completion. The original hand no longer exists.

3. Splittable pair is dealt as the Common-Hand
Some split – Some don't split: Three Common-Hands are played; one non-split hand of two cards and two split hands of one card each (See Fig 3).
Non-split Hand (See Fig 1) is played and completed before dealing with the two new hands created by the split cards (See Fig 2).



I think the concept is great! For all the 'experts' who think someone else 'ruins' the table by either hitting when they shouldn't, or standing when they shouldn't, this will shut them up! I'm not sure how it will actually work, but good luck!
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March 9th, 2023 at 6:57:58 PM permalink
Roulette Link-Bets® ©2010. Patented and Registered Design. RouletteLinkBets.com
THE-FIRST Roulette Layout-Design to Offers Split and Corner betting between numbers in the First and Third columns.
* July/2011: Trialed in Grosvenor-Casinos (Rank Group) in the UK. http://bit.ly/3IMUzQe
* July/2011: Approved-by UK Gambling Commission:.​http://www.ukcasinotablegames.info/roulettelinkbets.html
* July/2011: Discussion at Wizard of Vegas. https://wizardofvegas.com/forum/gambling/tables/6087-3-new-table-games/2/#post133459

Roulette Link-Bets® Offers Split and Corner betting between numbers in the First and Third columns that were previously not possible because they are not adjacent.
Link-Bets are made possible by the addition of a Fourth column which duplicates the First column.

In other words while columns with 1, 2 and 3 existed, allowing for a split bet between 1 and 2 or 2 and 3, there is now a fourth column with the number 1 again thus allowing for a split bet between the two adjacent numbers of 3 and 1.

NOTE: ALL Roulette-Numbers from 4 to 33, NOW has Four Split-Bets and Four Corner-Bets.
​Therefore ALL Numbers from 4 to 33 have the same Complete-bet (Maximum-bet) One Straight-Up, Four-Splits, Four-Corners, One-Street, and Two-Lines. See Layout Image.

​e.g.
* Link-Splits: (4 and 6) | (31 and 33).
* Link-Corners: (1, 3, 4 and 6) | (4, 6, 7 and 9) | (28, 30, 31 and 33) | (31, 33, 34 and 36).



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Roulette-18® DICE™ (aka Rollette®) 輪盤十八 滾骰™. Roulette18DICE.com
* THE-FIRST 19-Numbers (0 to 18) Roulette Using a 20-sided Die!

* July/2014: Trialed in Grosvenor-Casinos (Rank Group) in the UK. http://bit.ly/3IMUzQe
* July/2014: Discussion at Wizard of Vegas. http://bit.ly/2xbBtiB

FREE-Play Roulette-18® DICE™. On Mobile or PC: PlayRoulette18DICE.com
* Math at Wizard of Odds: Roulette18WoO.com

Roulette-18® DICE™ uses a 20-sided Die, and a unique table layout that does not require a Roulette-sized table.
​Like traditional Roulette, Players can place: Straight-up, Split, Street, Corner, Line and Even-chance bets.


RULES
1. Players place their bets on the Roulette-18® layout, just as they would in ordinary Roulette.

2. A Roulette-die is rolled in a shaker and then exposed.
If the roll is a double-zero (00) all bets remain in action and the die is rolled again until a non-00 winning number is determined.

3. ​According to the bets and the winning number. Dealer then collects all losing bets and pays winning bets according to the Pay-table.
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​Roulette Link-Bets®
Roulette Link-Bets® offers Split and Corner betting between numbers in the First and Third columns that were previously not possible because they are not adjacent.

Link-Bets are made possible by the addition of a Fourth column which duplicates the First column. In other words while columns with 1, 2 and 3 existed, allowing for a split bet between 1 and 2 or 2 and 3, there is now a fourth column with the number 1 again thus allowing for a split bet between the two adjacent numbers of 3 and 1.

​e.g. Link-Splits: (7 and 9), (16 and 18). Link-Corners: (7, 9, 10 and 12) (13, 15, 16 and 18). Roulette Link-Bets®: ​Video Demo

NOTE: ALL Roulette-Numbers from 4 to 33, NOW has Four Split-Bets and Four Corner-Bets.​
​​
Double-Hit® Straight-up™
For added excitement, casino operators may choose to include the Double-Hit® betting section on their Roulette-18 layout.
The Double-Hit straight-up is a proposition bet based on two consecutive roll of the die.

1. The Player places a bet on a single number in the Double-Hit section of the layout.
2. If the Player does not hit his number, he loses his Double-Hit bet.
2a. If the Player hits his number, he’s paid 12-to-1 and the bet remains in play for a second round.

3. If the Player does not hit his number in the second round he loses his Double-Hit bet, but he keeps his first-win 12:1 payout, for a net win of 11 units.
3a. If the player hits his number on the second round, he’s paid 120-to-1 and his original bet is returned, for a total net-win of 132 units.



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Hybrid Triple Bet. The game is unusual in consisting of three separate wagers, for effectively three separate games but played during the same hand.
* July/2011: Trialed in Grosvenor-Casinos (Rank Group) in the UK. http://bit.ly/3IMUzQe
* July/2011: At UK Gambling Commission: http://www.ukcasinotablegames.info/hybridtriplebet.html
* August/2011: Discussion at Wizard of Vegas. https://wizardofvegas.com/forum/gambling/tables/6206-uk-table-games-showcase/
Flush-Bet™ & Sandwich-Bet™ Math-by: Cynthia Liu EDGE CONSULTING. BlackjackSandwich.com
Block-Bet™ Math-by: Michael Shackleford (aka Wizard of Odds). BlackjackBlockWoO.com
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Mar/2011: Layout by TCS-JohnHuxley.

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March 26th, 2023 at 10:01:16 PM permalink
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Patent Pending / Registered Design Pending
©Stephen Au-Yeung. All rights reserved.
Distributor: TCS-JOHNHUXLEY

Roulette Ultimate-Bets™ combines the roulette-layout with the novel 'section-based' design.
A new map (Layout) of the wheel referenced to section-betting.

The layout offers standard combination bets on the roulette design and in addition hitherto unavailable betting patterns may be secured on the novel 'section-based' design.

Examples referred to in the illustration:
(a) Straight-Up: ---------- One-Number bet.
(b) Splits: ----------------- Two-Numbers bet.
(c) Threesome: ---------- Three-Numbers bet.
(d) Corner: --------------- Four-Numbers bet.
(e) Ultimate-Street: ----- Six-Numbers bet.
(f) Ultimate-Line: -------- Twelve-Numbers bet.
(g) Outside: -------------- Eighteen-Numbers bet.

Pay-Table
Description Numbers ----- Covered ---- Odds

Straight Up -------------------- One --------- 35 to 1
Split --------------------------- Two --------- 17 to 1
Three Some ------------------ Three -------- 11 to 1
Corner ------------------------- Four ---------- 8 to 1
6No.Street -------------------- Six ------------ 5 to 1
Dozen-bet -------------------- Twelve ------- 2 to 1
Even Chances -----------------Eighteen ------ 1 to 1

Comparing Standard Roulette-bets with Ultimate-bets
Single chip betting ------- Standard-Bets ----- Ultimate-Bets
One-number bets ---------- 37 --------------------- 37
Two-number bets ---------- 60 ------------------- 132
Three-number bets -------- 14 -------------------- 10
Four-number bets --------- 23 --------------------- 50
Six-number bets ----------- 11 --------------------- 24
Twelve-number bets ------- 6 --------------------- 20
Eighteen-number bets ----- 6 -----------------------6
Total ------------------- 157 --------------- 279



Am I going mad? Where are the illustrations?
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Roulette Ultimate-Bets™ Layout by TCS-JohnHuxley on the 5/Mar/2012.
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Raise'em® 3-Card Draw-Poker™ ©2011. Invented by Stephen Au-Yeung. Raiseem3CardDraw.com
* THE-FIRST 3-Card Casino Draw-Poker Table-Game.
* UK Gaming Commission Approved: http://bit.ly/2KKsg8s

Raise'em® 3-Card Draw-Poker™ is a Three Card Poker game where the Player has the option to either stand with his dealt hand, or to exchange one card and bet a 1x or 2x Raise on his Draw.
​The hand is paid according to separate Pay-tables on the Ante and the Raise bet.
The Player does not compete against a Dealer's hand.



RULES:
1. Each Player makes an Ante-bet and two Optional Side-bets.

2. Each Player receives three cards.

3. Each Player must either stand pat with his hand (no additional bet) or exchange one card by wagering a Draw-bet equal to 1x or 2x the Ante-bet.

4. Player’s final hand determines the payouts (see Pay-tables)... Raiseem3CardDraw.com

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