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G2E 2019 REVIEW


Emperor’s Challenge Exposed is the same game players know and love, but now with a distinctive new twist. Emperor’s Challenge Exposed is a commission-free Pai Gow Poker game, but with a fully exposed dealer hand. We will be covering Galaxy Gaming extensively in future issues of Casino International.


CAMMEGH


created a perfectly-networked architecture that enabled multi-game play at all game stations. The architecture showed only a small piece of what we can do with table games connected to any kind of result generator – live, electronic or automated. Although Alfastreet has more than 60,000


stations around the world, we have not yet established the desired position and name in the US market and therefore we continue to work hard to present the brand in the best possible way.”


GALAXY GAMING E


nergetic, innovative, always fascinating, Galaxy Gaming is really growing and moving forward rapidly. As well as the


world-renowned Suited or Booted and 21+3 progressives, new launches at G2E included Ricochet Poker, Lucky 9, and Emperor’s Challenge Exposed. Ricochet-Poker is a game in which players and the dealer compete head-to-head for a central pot. The game is dealt face-up, so it provides some of the analytical challenge of poker without bluffing. In this game players act on their hands in a Ricochet fashion from lowest to highest starting hand. Lucky 9 is a house-banked game based on


two popular casino games, Baccarat and Blackjack. The object of the game is to win by having a point total closest to nine.


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ammegh secured a 12 triple zero wheel order from Niagara Casino during the first day of G2E in Las Vegas – the


prefect way to begin any exhibition. The success of triple zero roulette with numerous operators in Las Vegas has proved the perfect live showroom environment for Cammegh, which has a huge footprint on the famous Strip, with over 60 per cent of roulettes now hailing from the UK-based firm. From a standing start in 2011, when Cammegh received its abbreviated manufacturers license in Nevada, the calculated risk and significant financial investment has proven itself a sure bet. “We took the risk because we were absolutely


confident that we could deliver a superior product to the market. In a desert environment, you need a wheel that is stable in all conditions,” explains Andrew Cammegh. “In addition to the elegantly crafted designs, all our wheels are made from composite resin, ensuring that they are inert to temperature and moisture changes, which is one of the many reasons why such a wide range of local operators have adopted our wheels. The game of roulette in Vegas is growing in popularity, with the number of tables on floors rising steadily. While we’re seeing other table games receding, triple zero roulette is increasing in both popularity and as a revenue earner.” The newly minted Cammegh Wheel Leveller


was the nearest thing to a proverbially ‘hot cake’ on the booth in Vegas. The design allows for lateral movement only to ensure operators are measuring a level on a horizontal plane, since any vertical movement renders the process ineffectual. To avoid this, the Cammegh Wheel Leveller’s design is unique. The magnetised contact joint restricts movement to the lateral plane only, making it incredibly straightforward to set-up and swiftly ascertain if a wheel is perfectly level.


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