UKMark
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June 19th, 2018 at 2:58:00 PM permalink
Iíve been working on a new game and would like to get feedback from the forum.

(I have 4 posts to make to enable me to add the link so apologies for breaking this into pieces)
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UKMark
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June 19th, 2018 at 2:59:25 PM permalink
Itís a fast, fun and simple multi-deck poker game where you need to beat the dealer hand to win and the dealer's hand always plays, there are no qualifying hands.
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UKMark
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June 19th, 2018 at 3:00:17 PM permalink
The game is called Hexa-Deck Poker and is a poker based game played with 6 decks.

You place your ANTE bet and get dealt 1 card (imagine this is on a table) the dealer gets one card face down and 4 table cards are alternately dealt face up, one for the player, dealer, player and finally dealer.

You must now decide if you want to PLAY or FOLD. Selecting PLAY you will make a 2x PLAY bet and the next 4 table cards are dealt, again alternating between player and dealer.

The dealer hand always plays so thereís no qualifying hand and if the player hand beats the dealer hand the player wins, even with a winning high card hand.

Thatís it in a nutshell, itís a fast, fun and simple multi-deck poker game.

The house edge is 3.48% in the demo game.
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UKMark
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June 19th, 2018 at 3:01:17 PM permalink
If you have any questions or spot anything you think is not quite right then please let me know.

Looking forward to the reviews and comments.

(Hopefully I can now add the link in the next post)
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UKMark
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June 19th, 2018 at 3:01:57 PM permalink
Hereís the link to the game;
Hexa-Deck Poker
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gordonm888
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June 19th, 2018 at 4:24:08 PM permalink
So:

1. It is 5 card poker -player see three of his cards and two of the dealer's cards before the Play bet.
2. The Play Bet pushes on a winning high card card hand and pays according to this pay out table when the player wins:

Royal 100
Straight Flush: 50
5 of a kind 20
4 of a kind 10
Full House 5
Flush 4
Straight 3
Trips, Two Pair, One Pair 1
High Card: Push

A winning ante bet pays 1:1.

With six decks there will be a higher frequency of pairs and flushes and a (slightly) lower frequency of straights.

Interesting game.
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gamerfreak
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June 19th, 2018 at 5:24:40 PM permalink
Have you done any vulnerability testing? At a glance it seems like it would be susceptible to a suit count.
gordonm888
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June 19th, 2018 at 6:33:40 PM permalink
I calculated this for the 6 deck probabilities. Note that some One Pair, Two Pair and 3oaK hands can also be flushes; such hands are shown as flushes in the table below. Could someone please check me on this?

Hi Card____42.4564 %
one Pair___ 45.5919 %
two pair___ 6.5574 %
3 oak______ 4.1838 %
Straight___ _0.3338 %
Flush _______ 0.3423 %
Boat________ 0.3653 %
4 oak________0.1668 %
5 oak________0.002316 %
Straight Fl___0.00117 %
Royal________0.00013 %

Note that a Full House > Flush > Straight
Last edited by: gordonm888 on Jun 19, 2018
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rsactuary
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June 19th, 2018 at 7:40:15 PM permalink
So I have to get a straight before I make any money? no.
miplet
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Thanks for this post from:
MidwestAP
June 19th, 2018 at 8:01:45 PM permalink
Quote: gordonm888

I calculated this for the 6 deck probabilities. Note that some One Pair, Two Pair and 3oaK hands can also be flushes; such hands are shown as flushes in the table below. Could someone please check me on this?

Hi Card____42.4564 %
one Pair___ 45.5919 %
two pair___ 6.5574 %
3 oak______ 4.1838 %
Straight___ _0.3338 %
Flush _______ 0.3423 %
Boat________ 0.3653 %
4 oak________0.1668 %
5 oak________0.002316 %
Straight Fl___0.00117 %
Royal________0.00013 %

Note that a Full House > Flush > Straight



https://wizardofodds.com/games/poker/ has multi deck combinations.
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