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Caesars introduces first skill-based games in Las Vegas

Tags: Caesars Entertainment, Mark Frissora
Posted on 10 April 2017 by "T".
Caesars Entertainment Corp. in partnership with Gamblit Gaming has announced last Thursday, March 30, the introduction of the first ever skill-based gaming experience in Las Vegas, the gambling hub of the United States. The games are subject to an initial field trial phase at Caesars' Planet Hollywood property. Caesars Entertainment President and CEO Mark Frissora said, "Our partnership with Gamb[...]   Read more » Caesars introduces first skill-based games in Las Vegas

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I dont know about it, I read the description of these skill games and I do not think they will be very easy to understand, and also a lot of luck in these games too, so maybe some players will yry them and like it, but not many i believe, but i can be wrong Smile

     
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Lets see if they will manage to draw the crowds with these machines.
I would still prefer the slots over these and if i had to choose i would go
for the second game, that is similar to blackjack Smile

     
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Sounds complicated to me..... maybe I should spend some time reading the rules properly and making an informed decision on it all.... but I agree...let's see how well these games draw the crowds and what the win ratio is and how profitable they will be before anyone gets too excited about it all. Interesting proposition though.

     
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The real skill required in a brick and mortar casino is the knowledge when to get up from the table and walk the f_ck away into the air and sunshine before you getting broke completely.

     
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These games sound very interesting and i think that they will prove to be a very popular addition to the casino. They both sound too complicated for me so good luck to all playing.

     
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Skill based casino games sounds interesting, i am not sure this is a reality, since casino make their money by having an edge on the games, so in skill games where is their edge? or maybe i do not understand this new option correctly? Also a little bit confusing, if i had to put my money in these games, i better pick what i know- mostly roulette with a great company at the table and some wine Tongue

     
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hmmm skill slots... sounds interesting, i tend to think of myself as one of the most skilful players in the whole universe, so this sounds like a money printing device to me... bring them on! i want the skill slots in my local casino! pochui vs the skill slots, casino doesn't have a chance here.

     
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Another trick to lure the players ... smart slots .... seriously ... .... how can you generally believe in such nonsense? .. I'm certainly not a super expert in the game on slots but as it seems to me it's just new words and it's finite Will attract attention

     
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Well competing in a tournament in slots with other players, doesnt look appealing to me.
Unless you are all playing the same jackpot machines, which is not the same.
Combine the game play with a couple of drinks, and its money going to the sober ones Smile

     
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Posted by pochui:
hmmm skill slots... sounds interesting, i tend to think of myself as one of the most skilful players in the whole universe, so this sounds like a money printing device to me... bring them on! i want the skill slots in my local casino! pochui vs the skill slots, casino doesn't have a chance here.

U mean skilled sluts?

     
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