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PokerTek Automated Poker Tables have reached Louisiana

The first four automated poker tables were installed in Louisiana this week when the company PokerTrek installed four automated poker tables at the Boomtown Casino and Hotel in Bossier City. PokerTrek also installed two tables at the St Kitts Marriott Resort and Royal Beach Casino in the Caribbean very recently. This year PokerTrek has expanded a lot and have opened operations in Montreal, Atlant[...]   Read more » PokerTek Automated Poker Tables have reached Louisiana

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Intresting, but i want a dealer to shout at when it all goes wrong.
Hope they have plenty of replacement screens too.
You gotta cover the screen to hide you cards?, no sneezing, or but scratching.
And they put ppl out of work.
I can see pros and cons for this, but all in all i want to here cards get shuffled, chips ruffle and a dealer cry!!(joke)

     
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i like new technologys but this is gettin unpersonal. its like online poker with the exception that you can see their face.
the pros = only for the casino.
i wanna have real cards with a human dealer when im going to casino!
this way i can either stay at home and play online.

     
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think this wont work does have the feel and the look, Thumbs Down

     
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At the casino I play in, if they installed these instead of keeping the gorgeous blond croupier's in a job then I'm quite sure the place would be empty!

The tables are very gimmicky and may interest some tourists but in time they should phase out (I hope).



     
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Wow. Why bother to go to a casino to play poker at a computer? Everyone can have this at home. Doubt that this will be a long term success.

     
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Only difference I see between this and online poker is you can pick up tells. I'd rather play at home and get a nice rakeback deal Smile

     
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Posted by GeneYuss:
Only difference I see between this and online poker is you can pick up tells. I'd rather play at home and get a nice rakeback deal Smile

Loll you make a good point there geneyuss Thumbs Up
No rakeback at live poker Big Smile

     
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Posted by GeneYuss:
Only difference I see between this and online poker is you can pick up tells. I'd rather play at home and get a nice rakeback deal Smile


You can try and ask the floor about a rakeback deal Big Smile

     
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Haha Smile By the way, are you suppose to tip the dealer in tournament games? I've been wondering that for a while.

     
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Well if youare a long term player or high roller you will get a sort of rakeback, little gifts here and there.
Yes you must tip the dealer, expesserly if you are a winner, some dont and they are just tight asses that should be looked down upon, but not if you dont make it in the money then thats ok.

     
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Oh that's cool. I heard about free buffets Smile I never see anyone tip the dealer on any tournaments like WPT or on Poker After Dark or do they tip the dealer off camra?

     
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i think if i went to a casino to play poker id rather the real deal with real cards and chips, allthough at the melbourne casino automated is unfortanatly the only option for the lower level players anyway, $20 buy in i think.

     
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Melbourne has $20 buy in? Is that cash game or sit and go? I'm going to Casino Niagara soon, I think they have $1/$2 blinds for cash game and $35 sng. I don't think I'll play cash game because I like to buy in for the max and that would be like $200 which I think is a lot.

     
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cash game i think, ive never played poker their before, a friend told me about it.

     
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Posted by doomdy:
Loll you make a good point there geneyuss Thumbs Up
No rakeback at live poker Big Smile


Hehehe I got my rakeback in Vegas with free drinks in the casino... I love it.
If u play there u get all drinks for free... very bad deal for them when I`m thirsty
Tongue

     
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You should look at it this way ... this enables casinos to have poker tables when the generated income doesnt cover a real dealer.... so it should mean more poker tables in more casinos for us

     
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exactly Big Smile

     
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I prefer real dealers, but I could give the machine a try. Blink

     
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