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Electronic Poker in Casinos, Novelty Wears Off

Aug 25, 2007
Author: Cathy Roberts
The novelty of electronic poker tables seems to be wearing of in Detroit Michigan US casinos. When the new poker tables that do not require a dealer were introduced to casino poker players, they were a hot ticket! Players stood in line waiting for a chance to play poker at a table that required no cards, no chips, and no dealer.

However, since then the tables have cooled quite a bit, though they do seem to be collecting their own following, a group of people that tend to prefer the speed of online poker play, added with the interaction provided by live poker play. The good news is, for poker players that prefer to shuffle their poker chips, and fondle the cards, while playing a traditional game of poker, or those that are just of a mind that computerized poker should be exclusive to online poker.

The fans of these new Poker Pro tables seem to be an entirely new group in the casinos in Detroit, and not pulling from the original player base at all.

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