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Will the “Quantum” Model Work For Online Casino Poker?

If we look back at all the changes in the online casino industry over the last decade or so, it’s arguable that the live dealer technology is the most important advancement bar none. It really took hold around the middle of the 2010s, and now every (good) online casino provides you with the chance to play poker, blackjack, and roulette with real dealers. However, and this might seem like a controversial take to those who love live dealer games as they are, there is also a perception that this new genre of casino games has yet to find its feet. Make no mistake, the games are fantastic, popular and it is perhaps underappreciated just how cool the technology is that brings those games to your device. But there is also a sense that they can go further and really capture the imagination of players. The reason we can make such…

A Poker Traveler’s Affinity for Table Games

When you travel for poker, you’ll inevitably wind up in numerous casinos around the world. That means that you’ll obviously face the temptation of playing house games quite often. Many poker travelers prefer the table games, as they offer players the greatest amount of decision making.

With a true affinity for table games, here’s Will Shillibier’s account of some of his favourite ones to play, namely blackjack, roulette, and three-card poker.

Cheating vs. Morality: On Poker, Casinos, and Phil Ivey’s Bad Beat

Poker Hall of Famer Phil Ivey took a bad beat in court yesterday, when his lawsuit against Genting Casinos UK was dismissed by the UK Supreme Court. He will thus never be able to get his hands on the £7.8 million he won while playing Punto Banco at Crockfords Casino.

While the court of public opinion might be divided on Ivey’s actions, I believe that a closer look at said actions as well as the language being used during the legal proceedings gives Ivey’s case merit.

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