mrsuit31
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June 21st, 2019 at 10:17:28 AM permalink
Quote: IndyJeffrey

Read the Wizard's page, and then checked out the game demo...thoroughly enjoyed.

The Wizard's page implies a 5% house advantage, where the math early on in this forum implies a 4% house advantage. Did I miss something?

Good luck -- I hope you are able to make this game stick.



Much appreciated Indy! So far so good over here at GVR. Play continues to be constant and I hope it keeps growing from here. Most important is that the overwhelming majority of the players seem to share your opinion and keep coming back.

Baring any changes, we plan to launch the California Tribal debut at Eagle Mountain Casino in August 2nd.
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June 23rd, 2019 at 11:01:49 AM permalink
Finally at the airport headed home from a fantastic launch trip. The first week and a half was better than I could have hoped/imagined. The drop on the game was higher than I could have asked and sustained throughout the entire period. We had seen several significant winners and otherwise the game played as it should and didn’t beat anyone up quickly (with a few exceptions as always), allowing for most players to sit for prolonged sessions and enjoy their time at the table. The most consistent comment, aside from players expressing that they really like the game, was that “they loved how they could sit at the table for a long time and enjoy themselves without constantly reaching into their wallet”. This was confirmed by repeat player throughout my stay.

As a result of the successful launch we have already begun preparing for the addition of progressives and a 7 card bonus side wager using the player’s four cards plus the dealers three. The progressive options that will likely be available are a five card progressive (players four cards plus one community progressive card to compete the player’s hand, which will allow for linking multiple games like UTH and Crazy 4 to make for very large progressive jackpots), a four card similar to the top portion of the Royal Family Bonus and a 7 card progressive similar to the side wager expressed above.

Very very promising start for the game and I should have a few additional installs to release soon on top of the California install already released.

Fingers crossed!
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June 25th, 2019 at 7:56:44 AM permalink
Please let me know what you think about this instructional/procedure video. I make two mistakes on sample hands one and four where I refer to the dealer's cards as the player's and calling the player's hand the dealer's and visa versa, but think it still should be pretty clear and serve its purpose. Please feel free to critique and offer suggestions.


(You can see/read the pay tables when viewing in full screen mode on youtube)
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June 27th, 2019 at 5:03:52 PM permalink
I see that 3 Card Fury is now in the play-for-fun section at WOO. Very cool.
Have you tried 22 tonight? I said 22.
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June 27th, 2019 at 7:27:44 PM permalink
Quote: Gialmere

I see that 3 Card Fury is now in the play-for-fun section at WOO. Very cool.



I am grateful for them adding it to the site!

WOO Play-For-Fun Game Demo
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July 22nd, 2020 at 5:54:42 AM permalink
If anyone wants to waste some time today, below is a web series I did this weekend discussing some of my games.



Let me know what you think!
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July 24th, 2020 at 8:14:09 PM permalink
So you're saying that, with the current legal uncertainties, the best way for designers to at least get some protection for their games is to patent/copyright (I'm not sure which) computer versions of them?

Nice interview. It's interesting to hear how designers are trying to roll with the covid punches. I guess you can take solace in the fact that your portfolio is diverse enough to give you some market maneuvering room.

God help the first time designers $50k in and now stuck in limbo.
Have you tried 22 tonight? I said 22.
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July 24th, 2020 at 8:25:02 PM permalink
Quote: Gialmere

So you're saying that, with the current legal uncertainties, the best way for designers to at least get some protection for their games is to patent/copyright (I'm not sure which) computer versions of them?

Nice interview. It's interesting to hear how designers are trying to roll with the covid punches. I guess you can take solace in the fact that your portfolio is diverse enough to give you some market maneuvering room.

God help the first time designers $50k in and now stuck in limbo.



I think all three (parents on physical/digital/electronic, trademarks and copyrights) are still smart. The big item that we emphasized was a lot of branding/trademark.

I was helping two people prepare for field trials for the first time before this all started. I feel their pain. We just have to hope vaccines and therapeutics become readily available soon so this all gets under control.
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