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    Heads Up Hold’em

    Playtech Heads Up Hold’em

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    any chance of another nice video of some action LD thanks ?

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    any chance of another nice video of some action LD thanks ?
    Sure I could manage that. Hopefully it's here to stay this time
    'coz good old fashioned real random beats simulated random any day

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    Full review to come, but below is a recording of a few hands.

    In a nutshell, for the main game (as always there are side bets) you get to take 1 of 3 raise opportunities during the deal:

    • you can raise after your Pockets come out = 3x Ante, OR
    • you can raise after the Flop comes out = 2x, OR
    • you can raise after River comes out (Turn and River come out together) = 1x

    You only get to raise once. Once a raise is used, you don't get to raise again.

    As indicated, raise amounts are set multiples of your starting bet.

    If you never raise, (ie no 1x raise after Turn & River) you automatically fold.

    'coz good old fashioned real random beats simulated random any day

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    Here's the full Heads Up Holdem review in case anyone's interested.

    At first glance I thought is was a copy or Evolutions Ultimate Texas Holdem...same deal and check/raise structure (and wouldn't be a first time copy).

    But win/payout conditions are actually quite different, including a pretty cool Bad Beat payout that applies even where the dealer wins (albeit in the unlikely event the dealer beats your Straight or better hand).

    RTP on the main game also different (higher at 97.64% V 96.50%)

    Definitely worth a play
    'coz good old fashioned real random beats simulated random any day

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