I like that it's the only version I found so far where u can play 2 hands at once. Problem is the hands cant be random. Dealer wins more than double what I win and I would say dealer wins almost as much as pushes. If that's how they want to force us to pay for unlimited version it doesnt work with me. Random cards wouldnt be this terrible.
3 people found this review helpful
April 15, 2021
The house always has a natural advantage in casino games, which can unfortunately lead to cold streaks. The deck is always randomly shuffled, and hands are dealt starting with the randomly selected seat every round. There is no difference in how hands are dealt between free and paid versions.
This is a very well designed pai gow game with no flaws in payouts that I have seen. The most realistic pai gow game I have found. I do have to agree with another reviewer that the hands don't seem that random. I realize the house has the advantage but that doesn't mean the house should get a disproportionately large amount of great hands. The dealer gets a very large amount of full houses, four of a kinds, and stronger pai gow hands.
Love how the cards are actual cards and not some cut off thing. The chips look very real and to see different chips being used to complete various payouts adds to the realism. I'd love to see Blackjack and Three Card Poker--amongst other pit games on the same engine as this. Keep up the good work.
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