hook3670
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May 25th, 2012 at 7:01:04 AM permalink
Does anyone know where I, or anyone else, can find out if the e-table games at Maryland's casinos are glorified slot machines or real simulated table games without dealers?
dihaig
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May 25th, 2012 at 7:28:53 AM permalink
Tagging on to this post, I will be in Indiana next month and the Hoosier Casino in Anderson, Indiana has all their table games electronic. Does anyone know if these are just slots? Thanks
odiousgambit
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May 25th, 2012 at 8:27:59 AM permalink
Best guess so far has been provided by member 100x odds, who recognized the graphics:

Site of company evidently providing the machines

there thus is a strong suggestion that these will be real game without dealers, but who can know for sure?
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Tiltpoul
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May 25th, 2012 at 11:09:43 AM permalink
Quote: dihaig

Tagging on to this post, I will be in Indiana next month and the Hoosier Casino in Anderson, Indiana has all their table games electronic. Does anyone know if these are just slots? Thanks



Indiana Live! has the Shufflemaster machines you usually see with a fake dealer screen dealing the cards, but there are no fake dealers. In fact, a couple tables have people who stand there and cheer you on (and get you drinks, I think). They ACT like dealers, but they don't push buttons even. They won't open those particular tables unless there's someone present, which I think is the most ridiculous thing ever!
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APDave
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June 12th, 2012 at 6:58:51 PM permalink
I went in and looked at them, they're no resplitting cards so split to only 2 hands, and hit soft 17. Even the "high limit ones" which were only 25 and 50$ minimums. They are also 6 deck, but they completely shuffle between each hand, it's an instintaneous shuffle, but the way I figure it just short of a 1% house edge, not worth my time.

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