The phrase of the week (OK, year) in the gaming industry is undoubtedly – Electronic Table Games. It’s amazing how one tiny virus (not to reduce its impact) can so change the casino landscape. Over the past 10 years, we’ve seen some of these games make their way into casinos. But I think it would be difficult to say that they were warmly received by the players. I have no doubt that part of this is simply because the average player is a little older and more regulated and a little more phobic about electronic games.
But along with the desire to keep people further away from each other, potentially removing cards and chips from the table for sanitary purposes and suddenly, electronic table games don’t look too bad. There are various styles of play available. Some only allow a handful of players to sit around the play area and use giant dice for Craps visit Warkoppoker. Others allow an almost unlimited number of players to sit around a series of large flat screen monitors showing the results of each type of game. In some of these cases, the players sitting next to each other can play different games.
No doubt one of the fears some players will have is whether they can trust these electronic devices as fair as their own. I’ve been asked this question for years about video poker machines. I firmly believe that yes, they are just as right as using a straight deck of cards.
Theoretically, is it possible to mount a deck of electronic cards? Right. Realistically, will that happen? Impossible. First, the casino does not need to install games. The game with their designs is basically rigged because they have a house advantage. Very few players achieve theoretical returns because of poor strategy. Why cheat when you can make lots of money not cheating?
Second, this is not a crowd controlled casino. These are huge companies that would risk billions of dollars if they were found to be defrauding players by using non-random decks. It’s not worth it.
Third, although it is theoretically possible, it will take a lot of people to make it happen (programmers and testers) and it needs to go through regulators anyway. Many people have had to keep quiet about major scandals. This time, that would not be the case.
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