Hello, I have a new poker based card game I'd like to pitch to casinos. It meets all the so called advice about being easy for dealers and players to understand, using existing equipment etc. There would need to be an easily added electronic component to each table. My biggest question is if it would be worth it to Casinos if all they got was a %/cut from the pot which would be substantial. Additionally, I know side bets should be limited, but this game could potentially have multiple side bets per hand which would be kept track of electronically so the dealer and players would not have to do so. Thanks in advance
what you are saying is not an easy task if you are asking this. but it has been done. this question could take years to complete tbh
this business is not cut and dry so to say - maybe for those who have just dont it without asking - but the only way to know is to try
try it on your friends try it on anyone you think might be interested
A percentage of the pot would probably be a hard sell. That requires extra work and tracking that they are not used to doing. Build the edge into the math so the players don't see it coming out of the pot every hand.
Drich didnít wasioux have electronic components on it table surface?