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The New "Organic Table Games" and e-poker - Wed Mar 23, 2011, 12:50 PM
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Have posted some of this about the e-poker in the Live tournament thread, but thought i would post more about the subject and maybe gather some opinions thoughts on this new wave of poker and table games. Below is some pictures from Hoosier Park Racing & Casino and Indiana Live! Casino.
The top pictures are of the new "Organic Table Games" from Hoosier Park, and their brief description.



THE MOST INNOVATIVE AUTOMATED
TABLE GAMES IN THE COUNTRY

EXCLUSIVELY AT HOOSIER PARK RACING & CASINO

Hoosier Park is thrilled to be the first in the United States to bring new generation electronic table games that offer a multi-player, genuine gaming experience. Our new electronic blackjack games feature real cards in an eight-deck shoe and are played under European rules. The Game offers $10 minimum and $450 maximum bet with the dealer hitting on soft 17. Plus, our new roulette table features dual roulette wheels for continuous gaming action. These innovative, new-age games were the first introduced at the world famous Monte Carlo casino in Monaco and are now available right here in Indiana - only at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino!

Below is the new wave of e-poker that is popping up everywhere.







Below is the Poker room at Indiana Live! Which I am going to go to this weekend and check it out for myself.





 
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Wed Mar 23, 2011, 01:03 PM
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I think I want real cards if I'm not online... Looks all shiny and new, but... That's what the Wheel of Fortune slot machine is for.

Good luck to you.
 
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Wed Mar 23, 2011, 01:35 PM
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A version of the e-poker was in artichoke joe's about 5 yrs ago. It was cool but didn't catch on. The machine is now gone. I personally like it. Less rake and no tips, but, it doesn't feel like live poker. BTW the peel cards function is cool. U can peel back cards to still get the adrenaline rush. GL to ya -shark
 
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Wed Mar 23, 2011, 03:18 PM
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I agree, I like the live tourney the best, but it is over a 2hr drive in any direction, pretty much a over night stay deal. Where as these things are an hr away, convenience and not paying for a hotel room would be nice, as my wife usually goes and plays tourneys with me(she is a ftp diehard) Like I said, I will go play a game on it for $40, if I like it, then I just won't go back, if not to bad, convenient. I would think you could get a lot of reads with all the buttons to push etc, plus the obvious face to face, or can no one really see what you are doing with your hands?
Thanks for the gl wishes, will probably go up and freeze up their nice e-poker machine

Hunt2day


EDIT: Am hoping I can find a table like above with all women, not a slam about poker, just better scenery

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Wed Mar 23, 2011, 04:42 PM
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funny they call it organic when its all electronic.. i like playing with real life chips its just like online poker but you cant really get all excited when you flop the nuts ;p
 
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Wed Mar 23, 2011, 06:27 PM
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I would make the two hour drive for the real deal or play online. I'm not driving an hour each way for what amounts to playing online poker with people in the same room
 

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