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July 5th, 2014 at 11:20:29 AM permalink
(Mr Casino Games®) New Table Games. July-2014 Part 1.
I will be updating my New Table Games here from time to time (150+ New Table Games).

Lucky Draw Baccarat®: Play Live in UK and Australia.

Lucky Draw Baccarat® TCS-JohnHuxley.

Lucky Draw Baccarat® Maths & Countability.

Lucky Draw Baccarat® Video Presentation.


Roulette Link-Bets®: Play Live in UK 200+ tables.

Roulette Link-Bets® Video Presentation.


Raies'em® 3-Card Draw: Play Live in UK.


Casino Holdem® DEQ: (US and Canada +).

Casino Holdem® TCS-JohnHuxley: (EU and Africa +).

Casino Holdem® Evolution Gaming: Live-Deal Online (PC, Tablets, Android, iPad, iPhone...)

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Casino Hold'em® Free-Play (Williamhill / Playtech).

Casino Holdem® Free-Play (Net Entertainment).

Caribbean Holdem Free-Play (Bovada-Bodog / RGT).


Casino Holdem® Live Dealer and Demo:

Casino Holdem® Demo (Evolution Gaming).

Casino Holdem® Demo (Playtech).

Casino Holdem® How to Play (DEQ).


Photo of Casino Holdem® Table (2001):

A photo of Derek Webb (Three Card Poker & 21+3) and Me (Stephen Au-Yeung) at the World Gaming Congress and Expo in 2001, with my Casino Hold'em® table.

A photo of Casino Hold'em® in Concord Card Casino in 2001.


Michael Shackleford, A.S.A. (WizardOfOdds.com) is the Mathematician for Casino Holdem®.


Casino Holdem® TCS-JohnHuxley. (for EU and Africa +).
Casino Holdem® DEQ. (for US and Canada +).


Roulette Link-Bets®: A simple amendment to the conventional Roulette layout to allow split and corner bets across numbers in the first and third columns, which would otherwise not be possible because they are not adjacent.


Lucky Draw Baccarat®: A game that combines the basic rules of Punto Banco with the game format of Blackjack.


Raies'em® 3-Card Draw: Play Live in UK.


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July 5th, 2014 at 11:29:55 AM permalink
(Mr Casino Games®) BlackJack Block Bonus® ©2003.


BlackJack Block Bonus®

Invented in 2003.
Distributor: TCSJOHNHUXLEY
Mathematical Analysis: Michael Shackleford, A.S.A. WizardofOdds.com
Currently played Live in South Africa, UK, Egypt, Latvia, Estonia, Ireland, Morocco...

Introduction to: BlackJack Block® Bonus

Blackjack Block is a side bet that can be played on any blackjack game. The game is based on the initial two cards and the dealers up card. Video Presentation

Rules:
1. The side bet (Blackjack Block) can be played on any blackjack game. There is no strategy to the side bet (Blackjack Block) so it will not interfere with the blackjack play.

2. The side bet (Blackjack Block) shall win or lose depending only on the players initial 2 cards and the dealers up card.

3. If the players cards are different rank and suit, and 1 of them matches the dealers suit and exceeds the dealers rank the player shall have a Normal Block which pays 2 to 1.

4. If the suit of both player cards match the suit of the dealer card, and at least 1 of the player's card exceeds the dealer card in rank, then the player shall have a Flush Block, which pays 5 to 1.

5. If the player has an unsuited pair, and 1 of them match the dealer card in suit, and exceed the dealer card in rank, then the player shall have a Pair Block, which pays 10 to 1 with 2 or more decks, and 15 to 1 in a single deck game.

6. If the players 2 cards are same in both rank and suit, and that suit matches the dealers suit, and the players rank exceeds the dealers rank, then the player shall have a Ultimate Block which pays from (35 to 60) to 1, depending on the number of decks. However this win does not apply to a single deck game since it is impossible to have two identical cards in a single deck.

7. If at least 1 of the player cards matches the dealers card in both rank and suit, and other card (if any) does not match the dealers suit or is less in rank than the dealers rank. Then the player shall have a tie, which is a push.
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July 5th, 2014 at 11:30:30 AM permalink
I am pleased to say Live-Dealer Casino Holdem® is now Played in DENMARK's liberalised gaming market, July-2014.

Evolution Gaming releases innovated online Live Casino for DanskeLicens Spil in Denmarks liberalised gaming market.

In addition to these dedicated tables, Danske Licens Spil players will be able to further access Live Roulette and Blackjack games hosted at Evolutions studios in Latvia, as well as Live Casino Holdem®... Read More


Michael Shackleford, A.S.A. WizardOfOdds.com is the Mathematician for Casino Holdem®.

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July 5th, 2014 at 2:18:32 PM permalink
Very extensive game inventory! Based on your placements, it seems your games are a huge success!
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July 5th, 2014 at 3:30:12 PM permalink
Very impressive Stephen. Congratulations on all your success!
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July 6th, 2014 at 10:53:25 AM permalink
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Very extensive game inventory! Based on your placements, it seems your games are a huge success!


Yes RealizeGaming,
I can say some of my games are a huge success.
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July 6th, 2014 at 10:54:42 AM permalink
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Very impressive Stephen. Congratulations on all your success!


Thanks TnT23 and good luck with your 3 to 1 Blackjack.
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July 8th, 2014 at 10:09:44 PM permalink
(Mr Casino Games®) Casino Omaha Poker (First Omaha Poker Against the House ©2003) Play in Eastern Europe.


Casino Omaha Poker
Video Presentation

Invented in 2003
US Patents: 6,206,373 and 6,637,747
Mathematical Analysis = Michael Shackleford, A.S.A.

Introduction to: Casino Omaha Poker (First Omaha Poker Against the House ©2003)

Rules
1. Players make an Ante wager and an optional side bet.

2. Three cards are dealt face down to each player and the dealer, In addition 3 flop (community) cards are dealt face up.
The players may examine their own 3 cards but sharing information should be discouraged.
All players and dealer may use the 3 flop (community) cards as part of their hand.

3. Each player must decide to either Fold or Call. If the player folds he gives up his cards and his Ante. If the player call the Call bet must be double the Ante.

4. The dealer will then deal 2 more community cards, form a total of 5. The dealer will also turn over his own 3 cards.

5. Each player and the dealer will form the best 5-card poker hand by using exactly 2 of his own 3 cards and 3 of the 5 flop (community) cards.

6. Each player will compare his best hand against the dealers best hand.

7. The dealer must have a pair of 7s or better to qualify.
If the dealer does not qualify then the ante will pay according to the AnteWin® Pay-table below and the call bet will push.
If the dealer qualifies:
(a) Dealer beats the player, then the player will lose both the Ante and Call.
(b) Player beats the dealer, then the ante will pay according to the AnteWin® Pay-table shown below, and the call bet will pay 1 to 1.
(c) if the Dealer and Player have exactly the same hand the bet is a 'push', it neither wins nor loses;

8. If the dealer qualifies and the player ties the dealer then both ante and call bets will push.

AnteWin® Pay-table
Royal Flush -------- 100 to 1
Straight flush ------- 50 to 1
Four of a kind ------ 10 to 1
Full house ----------- 2 to 1
Flush ----------------- 2 to 1
Straight or less ----- 1 to 1


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July 9th, 2014 at 8:34:42 AM permalink
Casino Holdem® at Grosvenor LIVE Casino. (Published 30-Apr-2014).

Play live table games at grosvenorcasinos.com's dedicated LIVE Casino. Our world-class dedicated LIVE Casino offers you the chance to play live blackjack, live roulette, live Casino Hold'em® with dedicated Grosvenor dealers who you can chat and interact with, just like in a real Grosvenor Casino.
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August 11th, 2014 at 10:30:39 AM permalink
(Mr Casino Games®) Common-Hand Blackjack® (First Single-Hand Unlimited-Players and Player's-Choice Blackjack. Invented ©2006.)


Common-Hand Blackjack®

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.
No card will be drawn until all Players have made their play decisions.


Rules
One split only. No card will be drawn until all Players have made their play decisions. Video Presentation

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.
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 the value of the hand is recorded on the Blackjack Grid (as illustrated) .' rel='nofollow' target='_blank'>http://www.casinoholdempoker.com/CHP%20Black%20List/HoneycombGrid.jpg].

Step 6. When all Players' play decisions have been executed. The Dealer will burn a card and draws to his hand in the normal way.


What to do with Splittable-Pairs? (using Stephens Split-Pairs concept.)

The following Table sets out the Split-Pair Options and Consequences (using Stephens Split-Pairs)
In the case of split Aces the Common-Hand is complete once the second card is dealt to each Ace.

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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August 17th, 2014 at 8:24:54 AM permalink
(Mr Casino Games®) Block Pro® Blackjack-Progressive ©2008.


Block Pro® Blackjack-Progressive
Invented in 2008.
Distributor TCSJOHNHUXLEY
Played Live in South Africa.
Mathematical Analysis = Michael Shackleford, A.S.A.

Introduction to: Block Pro®.
The following text is provided by the Wizard of Odds himself.

Rules:
Block-Pro Blackjack is a progressive side bet, which may be added to any blackjack game. The following are the possible wins.

Triple Aces: Players first two cards, and dealers hole card, are all aces of the same suit. Wins pay 100% of the jackpot meter.

Triple Royal: Players first two cards, and dealers hole card, are all the same face card and the same suit. Wins pay 20% of the jackpot meter.

Triple: Players first two cards, and dealers hole card, are all the same rank of 2 to 10 and the same suit. Wins pay 10% of the jackpot meter.

Pair: Players first two cards and dealers hole card are all the same suit, and players first two cards form a pair.

Flush: Players first two cards and dealers hole card are all the same suit.

Examples:

Triple Aces: Player has A♠, A♠; Dealer has A♠

Triple Royal: Player has Q♠, Q♠; Dealer has Q♠

Triple: Player has 4♠, 4♠; Dealer has 4♠

Pair: Player has J♠, J♠; Dealer has 8♠

Flush: Player has K♠, 5♠; Dealer has 7♠, or Player has J♠, 8♠; Dealer has J♠
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September 4th, 2014 at 5:45:28 AM permalink
(Mr Casino Games®) 4-Suit Poker ©2007.


4-Suit Poker
Mathematical Analysis = Michael Shackleford, A.S.A.

Introduction to: 4-Suit Poker
The following text is provided by the Wizard of Odds himself.

Rules
1. A single 52-card deck is used. All cards are ranked as in poker.

2. The order of hands is shown in table 1. If both player and dealer have the same ranking hand then the individual cards will be used to determine the higher hand. If a suit is only represented by one card, then obviously that one is played. If a suit is represented by two or more cards then only one suit, resulting in the highest ranking hand, may be played. Other cards of that suit are ignored.

3. Play begins with the player making an ante wager, plus optional side bet.

4. Each player will receive three cards face down, plus one player's community card, also dealt face down. The dealer will receive four cards, three cards face down, and one card face up. The player may look at his own three cards but may not exchange information with other players.

5. The player has the choice to fold or make a raise bet. The raise bet must be two times the ante bet. If the player folds he will lose his ante bet and his cards will be collected.

6. The dealer will turn over the player's community card and his own three cards dealt face down.

7. The dealer needs three suits or higher to qualify.

8. If the dealer does not qualify, then the ante bet will pay according to the pay table in table 2, and the raise will push.

9. If the dealer qualifies and the player beats the dealer then the ante bet will pay according to the pay table in table 2, and the raise will pay 1 to 1.

10. If the dealer qualifies and the dealer beats the player then the ante and raise bets will lose.

11. If the dealer qualifies and the player and dealer tie then the ante and raise will push.

12. The side bet will pay according only to the player's hand. Three possible pay tables for the side bet are shown in table 3.

Table 1 - Hand Order
1 Four suits, four of a kind
2 Four suits, two pair
3 Four suits, three of a kind
4 Four suits, one pair
5 Four suits
6 Three suits, three of a kind
7 Three suits, pair
8 Three suits
9 Two suits, pair
10 Two suits
11 One suit

Table 2 - Ante Winning Pay Table
1 Four suits, four of a kind -----100 to 1
2 Four suits, two pair -------------30 to 1
3 Four suits, three of a kind ----15 to 1
4 Four suits, one pair --------------3 to 1
5 Four suits --------------------------2 to 1
6 Three suits to One suit ---------1 to 1

Table 3 - Side Bet Pay Tables
Four aces ------------------------200 to 1
Four suits, four of a kind -----100 to 1
Four suits, two pair -------------50 to 1
Four suits, three of a kind -----30 to 1
Four suits, pair -------------------10 to 1
Four suits ---------------------------5 to 1
All other------------------------------Loss
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September 7th, 2014 at 9:44:37 AM permalink
(Mr Casino Games®) Casino Hold'em® Free app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.. (This app is optimized for iPhone 5) Released: Feb 25, 2014.

How to Play Casino Hold'em® (DEQ). First Texas Hold'em Against the Casino ©2000.


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September 12th, 2014 at 7:49:39 PM permalink
(Mr Casino Games®) Raiseem® Blackjack ©2012.

Raiseem® Blackjack
Mathematical Analysis = Cindy Liu

Standard Blackjack rules remain unchanged other than as set out below:

In addition to the normal doubling, Player may make a Raise-bet after seeing his first card and Dealers up-card providing the Players card is not an ace (the Raise-bet may not exceed his Original-bet) and will be paid 3 to 2 for blackjack on his Original-bet and Raise-bet if made.
Players 21 beats Dealers 21 and Players blackjack beats Dealers blackjack.
Double or Split-pairs: Must equal to the Original-bet plus Raise-bet if made.
If Dealer has 17 and Player has 17 to 20 the Players bets is a Tie.
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September 15th, 2014 at 8:50:33 AM permalink
Live Casino Holdem® at Full Tilt Live Casino. 15/09/2014.

Full Tilt players will have access to Live Casino Holdem®:

The most popular poker game in the world casino style. Live Casino Holdem sits you across from a dealer as you both try to make the best five-card hand. No bluffing, no complicated maths just cards, chips and intuition. Read More.

Casino Hold'em® for Fun on any Device (PC, Tablets, iPad, iPhone and Mobiles).

Casino Hold'em® Free App for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.. (This app is optimized for iPhone 5) Released: Feb 25, 2014.
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September 16th, 2014 at 4:32:36 AM permalink
(Mr Casino Games®) Blackjack Sandwich Bonus-bet ©2007.


Blackjack Sandwich
Mathematical Analysis = Cindy Liu

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 dealers up card is ranked between both or equal to either of the players first two cards.

RULES:
1. Sandwich Bonus Blackjack 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 dealers up card is in between the ranks of the players 2 cards.

Pair Sandwich: ----------The rank of one of the players cards matches the rank of the dealers up card.

Sandwich: ---------------The rank of the dealers up card is in between the ranks of the players 2 cards.

Blackjack Sandwich Pay Table (6 deck)
Triple Sandwich ------ 15
Straight Sandwich ---- 7
Pair Sandwich --------- 1
Sandwich -------------- 1
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September 16th, 2014 at 7:57:58 PM permalink

Live Casino Hold'em® at 888Casino.com.

Casino Hold'em® an exciting poker game where you play against the house, not other players! With payout odds of up to 100:1 your aim is to beat the dealers hand by getting the best possible five-card hand. Read More.


Mr Casino Games® Set of New Table Games at G2E...

1. Casino Hold'em® at DEQ. Played On-line and Live. For Fun on any Device. Free app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. How to Play. Mathematical Analysis: Michael Shackleford, A.S.A. WizardOfOdds.com

2. Lucky-Draw Baccarat® at TCS-JohnHuxley. Play Live in UK and Australia. Maths & Countability. How to Play. Mathematical Analysis: Cindy Liu.

3. Raise'em® 3-Card Draw. Played in UK. How to Play. Mathematical Analysis: Stephen How.

4. Trip Cards® Draw-Poker. Played in UK (Hot). How to Play. Mathematical Analysis: Cindy Liu.

5. Roulette-18®. Played in UK (Hot). How to Play. Mathematical Analysis: Stephen How.

6. Face-Up Casino Hold'em® (Casino Hold'em® Dealt Face-Up). Mathematical Analysis: Stephen How.

7. Bacca® (New). Mathematical Analysis: Cindy Liu.

8. 2+1® Hold'em (New). Mathematical Analysis: Stephen How.

9. Pai-Gow Baccarat (New). Mathematical Analysis: Stephen How.

10. Tax-Free Baccarat (New). Mathematical Analysis: Charles Mousseau.

11. Automatic-Win Blackjack (New). Mathematical Analysis: Charles Mousseau.

12. Jackpot-Streets Roulette (New). Mathematical Analysis: Charles Mousseau.
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September 25th, 2014 at 10:24:15 AM permalink
(Mr Casino Games®) Top Draw Blackjack® ©2010.


Top Draw Blackjack®
Mathematical Analysis = Cindy Liu

1. Each Player makes an Enter-bet and an optional Bonus-bet Contrast Bonus.

2. Dealer deals two cards face up to each Player one card to himself face down.

3. Each Player has the option of changing his second card if his first two-card make 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, Hit, Double-down or Split).

5. After all Players have acted; the Dealer deals a second card to himself and changes that card for a new card from the shoe if his two-card point total is a hard 12-17.

6. The Dealer hits until his hand total reaches 17 or higher.

All Blackjack rules remain unchanged
· If the Player wins then all his bets wins.
· If the Player lose then all his bets lose.
· If the Player tie with Dealer then all his bets push
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October 9th, 2014 at 5:09:25 AM permalink
(Mr Casino Games®) Trip Cards® Holdem ©2006.


Trip Cards® Holdem

Mathematical Analysis: Michael Shackleford (Wizard of Odds / Wizard of Vegas)

Introduction to: Trip Cards® Holdem

1. Each Player makes an Ante-bet and an optional Bonus-bet.

2. Two cards are dealt face down to each Player and the Dealer, in addition one community-card are 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. The dealer will deal two more community cards, for a total of three.

5. Both player and dealer will make the best three card poker hand using any combination of his own two cards and the three community cards.

6. Dealer compares his 3-card poker hand with the Players 3-card poker hand. The Dealer qualify with a pair of seven 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 his Ante-bet will pay according to the AnteWin® Pay-table and the 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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