Poll Who wants the return of 3D poker software - like PKR?

Who wants the return of 3D poker software - like PKR?

  • Yes - bring this back!

    Votes: 14 36.8%
  • No - not worth it.

    Votes: 4 10.5%
  • I don't care

    Votes: 20 52.6%

  • Total voters
    38
  • Poll closed .

Coralie

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Hi @BIRO89

Do you believe video slots have what it takes to use the software to its Former full potential?

Bear in mind the software they purchased is no longer ahead of its time.

That hot af looking three-dimensional high definition venue I had saw, was impressive for sure.



Anyhow quite possibly in the Future 3D real money poker would be available for all to enjoy once more, whether it be VSpoker or something newer and improved.
 

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Online poker was fun in the beginning, but as it is any time there's money to be made in a human endeavor, it became very shady - superusers, tag teams at the cash tables, use of HUD statistical software to strip mine every last nickel from every single cash game ... It's now a total bore.
 

BIRO89

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Hi @BIRO89

Do you believe video slots have what it takes to use the software to its Former full potential?

Bear in mind the software they purchased is no longer ahead of its time.

That hot af looking three-dimensional high definition venue I had saw, was impressive for sure.



Anyhow quite possibly in the Future 3D real money poker would be available for all to enjoy once more, whether it be VSpoker or something newer and improved.
I am convinced that that software is still a lot, it would be some improvement it takes advanced, but the base is excellent, however I think like you, it will come back
 

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Think you just need to accept the fact Biro it is not coming back especially not to VS.

Think with VS having technical problems regularly last thing they will be considering is anything else to put strain on the site.
 

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Pensa che devi solo accettare il fatto che Biro non tornerà soprattutto non al VS.

Pensa che VS ha problemi tecnici regolarmente, l'ultima cosa che prenderà in considerazione è qualcos'altro per mettere a dura prova il sito.
Then it would be appropriate to sell the software and then there is to consider the error of evaluation and economic if they spent money for nothing, am I wrong?
 

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Then it would be appropriate to sell the software and then there is to consider the error of evaluation and economic if they spent money for nothing, am I wrong?
Maybe noone wants to buy it.

It is like having a minute of madness. Sitting at home online and saying wow that looks great must get it for house.

It arrives and you put it away . Find it a couple of years later and go oh forgot I brought that. Take it out the box and go WTF was I thinking that's hideous then realising you can't even give it away.
 

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Or might be the person in charge of new projects is no longer at company.

Now they are left with something they have no use for. Plenty of businesses change things thinking it will be good then quickly realise bad choice .
 

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It's a sunk cost now - can't imagine there are any revenue costs associated with it, given it is not being used. So there's no real 'economic' disadvantage of just leaving it. Quite the contrary, all the changes to it that may now need to be done may mean it's economically disadvantaged to even think about it - only if there was a market crying out for it, which i don't think there is (well, part from you and a handful of others :p)

Plenty of companies over the years have bought systems, other companies etc and let them sit on the shelf - may have been so no one else got it, may have been there were plans but then markets change and it's no longer in their business plan etc etc

Just like Paul said there - sometimes, if a shuffle in management, the new incoming person looks at something that was about to be developed in a company and goes: No way, not on my watch - bin it.
 

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I am not so convinced we would see VS releasing a 3D client, doesn't mean they or someone else will not!! :lolup:

They're more focused on their slots, hence the name VideoSlots, and to call the 'PKR' software, Videoslots Poker would be laughable.

Their advertising and promotions are at best, basic and hardly appealing, they would also struggle to compete in an already tough market such as the poker industry
 
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BIRO89

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I am not so convinced we would see VS releasing a 3D client, doesn't mean they or someone else will not!! :lolup:

They're more focused on their slots, hence the name VideoSlots, and to call the 'PKR' software, Videoslots Poker would be laughable.

Their advertising and promotions are at best, basic and hardly appealing, they would also struggle to compete in an already tough market such as the poker industry
These are all considerations that I had not considered, so I tell you, because they do not tell the truth, just say, the project has been abandoned
 

BIRO89

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It's a sunk cost now - can't imagine there are any revenue costs associated with it, given it is not being used. So there's no real 'economic' disadvantage of just leaving it. Quite the contrary, all the changes to it that may now need to be done may mean it's economically disadvantaged to even think about it - only if there was a market crying out for it, which i don't think there is (well, part from you and a handful of others :p)

Plenty of companies over the years have bought systems, other companies etc and let them sit on the shelf - may have been so no one else got it, may have been there were plans but then markets change and it's no longer in their business plan etc etc

Just like Paul said there - sometimes, if a shuffle in management, the new incoming person looks at something that was about to be developed in a company and goes: No way, not on my watch - bin it.
These are all considerations that I had not considered, so I tell you, because they do not tell the truth, just say, the project has been abandoned
 

Coralie

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Hi again @BIRO89, when video slots have news that their mission is pasted the project phase, then we'd be talking.

In order, for poker sites to be successful, they need to believe in the dream of poker as a career.
 

BIRO89

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Hi again @BIRO89, when video slots have news that their mission is pasted the project phase, then we'd be talking.

In order, for poker sites to be successful, they need to believe in the dream of poker as a career.
Exactly, the passion for poker must return, at some point everything was focused on money, a lot of money was running and problems started, as someone wrote, then if there is a 2D software, I guess it can also come back. the 3D that does not take anything away, indeed from a variant
 

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Exactly, the passion for poker must return, at some point everything was focused on money, a lot of money was running and problems started, as someone wrote, then if there is a 2D software, I guess it can also come back. the 3D that does not take anything away, indeed from a variant
I admire your optimism and on CM, it's something in short supply but pal, they've not even introduced their Sportsbook in 2 plus years so online poker, with baby-ish avatars, is dead. It's so 2006 they wouldn't know how to deal with it - there is, IMO, no demand for it. No demand, bar a few zealots = no product.

It suited a period in time but bar a very niche market, it has no mass appeal.

Move on, to you know, adult games :)
 

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I admire your optimism and on CM, it's something in short supply but pal, they've not even introduced their Sportsbook in 2 plus years so online poker, with baby-ish avatars, is dead. It's so 2006 they wouldn't know how to deal with it - there is, IMO, no demand for it. No demand, bar a few zealots = no product.

It suited a period in time but bar a very niche market, it has no mass appeal.

Move on, to you know, adult games :)
Wow talk of kicking a man when he is down.

That was so cruel lol.
 

BIRO89

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I admire your optimism and on CM, it's something in short supply but pal, they've not even introduced their Sportsbook in 2 plus years so online poker, with baby-ish avatars, is dead. It's so 2006 they wouldn't know how to deal with it - there is, IMO, no demand for it. No demand, bar a few zealots = no product.

It suited a period in time but bar a very niche market, it has no mass appeal.

Move on, to you know, adult games :)
Hey man, some optimism in life:lolup::lolup::lolup::cheers:
 

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