New Casino Table Game - feedback wanted

Daryl B

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Quick Seven is live *snip*. We would now like to reach real players for some serious POV feedback on the game. To review Quick Seven, Link Removed (invalid URL) to play the free demo from our website, or visit our "Installations" page to see both current and up-and-coming game installations.

For a brief explanation of what makes Quick Seven unique, go here Link Removed (invalid URL)

We look forward to hearing what you all think :)
 
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Daryl B

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No takers on checking out the game? :(

If you like table games like blackjack or baccarat, this could be something that is right up your alley. Even critical responses are welcome ;)

C'mon, let's hear what you have to say!
 

Daryl B

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Not being able to see the dealer's card can be compared to not seeing one of the dealer's cards in Blackjack. Mystery of the unknown. Is it a two or an Ace? (assuming the up card is a ten)

As for no extra payout on the Quick Seven (first card dealt being a seven, no discard), you do get the option to Challenge the dealer's hand with no additional wager for a chance to win 2-1 or just take the 1-1 payout immediately before the dealer gets a chance to play his hand. Regardless of what you choose, the fact is that a Quick Seven occurs 53.8% more often than a Blackjack, which equals more payouts... that number adds up fast.

Understandably, not everyone will enjoy every game, and Quick Seven is no exception to the rule. Our goal with Quick Seven was and still is to make the most player friendly casino table game as possible, within reason. We are looking for feedback from real players for ideas on how to make the game more exciting and appealing, as we continue to improve the overall game. We have a lot of new and exciting twists and game options in the works. We appreciate the time you took to review the game and give us your opinion. Thanks again!
 

rainmaker

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Yes, it has potential. Easy to understand and play.

In general, I would think it is hard to create new table games that will be really popular. Players tends to stick with familiar table games where they use well known strategies. Other new (and old) table games will probably often be used as an substitute when players are on a loosing streak on Roulette, Blackjack or another popular game.

But yeah, Quick Seven feels like something that table-game fans may enjoy.
 

Daryl B

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Yes, it has potential. Easy to understand and play.

In general, I would think it is hard to create new table games that will be really popular. Players tends to stick with familiar table games where they use well known strategies. Other new (and old) table games will probably often be used as an substitute when players are on a loosing streak on Roulette, Blackjack or another popular game.

But yeah, Quick Seven feels like something that table-game fans may enjoy.

Thank you for checking the game out! While I believe what you say is true to an extent, we would like to think there is still room for new game concepts to approach and possibly even surpass the popularity what we would today refer to as the "classics".

We are entering a new age of connectivity where ideas are more easily shared... innovation has never before had a greater chance of challenging the status quo. Gambling has been present in almost every society in some form for all recorded history, yet these "classics" have only been around for a hundred to a few hundred years and online gaming is still in its infancy. Recent successes like Three Card Poker have shown that new ideas do have a chance in this new world, and we believe that there is room in the public consciousness for a game like Quick Seven to gain more than fringe notoriety.

We have some exciting developments that have been happening to Quick Seven recently. We now have the game available as an iPhone app. Quick Seven has also been included in Phantom EFX's Reel Deal Casino: Valley of the Kings. Casino Party Planners, a premier casino party planning company operating in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Florida, have been including Quick Seven in their events for the past year. Most notably and most exciting for us is the recent debut into the foray of online gaming with *snip* :D

Right around the corner will be the launch of Quick Seven into the Android Market as well as being available with the online casino Paddy Power. We have been gaining ground very quickly and have a large number of other online casinos in the pipeline for releases in the near future... keep your eyes open, this will not be the last time you see this new casino game ;)
 
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Daryl B

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Hi Daryl.
I tried the game and I really enjoyed.
Easy and intuitive in its mechanism.
Personally I think we'll play when it becomes available.
:thumbsup:

Thank you for your kind words; I'm glad you liked it!

As for playing it when it becomes available... it is actually available for live wagering right now on bet365 if you wanted to give it a whirl :)
 

sparkz

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I enjoyed it,

To be fair though if I was playing at a casino I would stick at blackjack and only twist to play "quick seven" once every 6 or 7 months


Its like with blackjack, the dealer is less likely to have "blackjack" than he would be to be dealt a single 7 which could wipe your hand away and with no insurance it gives no extra chance to be safe
 

theg.one

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Thank you for your kind words; I'm glad you liked it!

As for playing it when it becomes available... it is actually available for live wagering right now on bet365 if you wanted to give it a whirl :)

Thanks, Daryl.
Some do not play on Bet365 casino that gave me a nice payout to my approach to online gaming.
A good opportunity to return.
:)
 

Daryl B

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I enjoyed it,

To be fair though if I was playing at a casino I would stick at blackjack and only twist to play "quick seven" once every 6 or 7 months

Its like with blackjack, the dealer is less likely to have "blackjack" than he would be to be dealt a single 7 which could wipe your hand away and with no insurance it gives no extra chance to be safe


Thanks for checking out Quick Seven, I'm glad you liked it! Understandably this will not be the new favorite game of everybody overnight, we are realistic in our expectations. :)

It is true that your chances of getting a Quick Seven are the same as the dealer getting one, it is a blade that cuts both ways. Something to offset that would be the fact that when you get a Quick Seven you have the option to not Challenge the dealer and get a 1 to 1 payout before the dealer even plays... Unless of course you feel lucky and want to Challenge (letting your original wager ride, betting that the dealer will have a hand value other than seven) for a chance to win 2 to 1.

Some people will like Blackjack more than Quick Seven, and some will enjoy Quick Seven as their game of choice... and I think we can agree that "choice" is a good thing ;)
 
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