BetGames.TV has continued its “unique” approach to delivering a fresh take on existing casino games by launching 6+ Poker – a game featuring a reduced 36-card deck that is both “subtly and radically” different from a traditional poker hand.
The concept of BetGames’ 6+ Poker is based on a variation of the popular standard Poker ‘Hold Em’ version. The standard rules of the game, said the company’s COO Aiste Garneviciene, have been tweaked for “absolute user interaction, encapsulating an individual look, feel and gameplay”.
She explained: “BetGames.TV constantly aims for pleasing the palate of our end-users and consumers as well as increase productivity and gameplay for our clients. 6+ Poker is a new game that brings out all the best elements of poker and increases interactivity and creates an immersive experience.”
Each draw consists of a 36-deck card with the lowest card number being a six. Big hands are in play much more often because of the increased mathematical probability of winning with, for example, a straight, full house or three of a kind.
Meanwhile, there is more of a ‘one-on-one’ feel to 6+ Poker action as the end-user can place a bet on their hand, other players at the table’s hand or the dealer’s hand.
“This alternate version allows for consumers to land more hands and feel immersed in the game,” said Garneviciene. “The game is both subtly and radically different from a traditional poker hand, with a 36-card deck producing big hands more often.
“The one-on-one experience with our dealers creates a cosy atmosphere while also offering amazing outcome-based opportunities. The game brings about an increased chance of winning and a radical approach that sees a shake-up in winning hands and boasts sensational outcome-based odds and wins.”
Another of these subtle changes has brought alterations to the traditional poker pecking order for the best hands, for example in 6+ Poker a flush beats a full house and three of a kind beats a straight – evidence, said Garneviciene, of the “new energy and interaction” that will see it become a success.
She continued: “The modern consumer is often stuck with a staid poker environment, with a sameness look, feel and gameplay, but with innovation and a unique approach to pleasing our consumer BetGames.TV will never settle for mediocrity.”
BetGames.TV CCO Richard Hogg is equally thrilled at the prospect of the new game taking the market by storm. He explained that in the industry of iGaming, a company must always look to create “new win-opportunities” for stakeholders.
“The game is based on creating a feeling of winning big especially with 36 cards in the deck and non-stop action,” he added. “There are also highly competitive odds and win-chances.”