Tried it, don't like it.
I'm basically of the opinion that this is a game for those who are more used to playing slot machines. As has been said way to much variance for a grinder. If you want to play poker this is definitely NOT the game to be playing. If on the other hand you don't feel like you have a very high skill level at the game then this is ideal as the fast blind structure and 3 handed format really do take off any edge a half decent player may have over you.
Of course there will be those of you out there who say there is a way to beat the game and fair enough. I just look at it as more of a casino gimmick game masquerading as a poker game, but then I'm an old school Luddite purist lol
Indeed it appeals to casino games players, or anyone with very little time, and it's very good that there is a product that can bring them over to the poker side of the site. It definitly isn't for everyone, I myself have mixed feelings about it as well. Still I am having fun trying to figure out the best strategy for them to maximally exploit player tendencies in this format
This may be stupid question as i´m too lazy to do the math if there is profit to be made but,
if someone chooces to grind big time with two accounts, example unibet/casinohuone and landline internet/mobiledata. Does the software prevent that same players can´t get to same tables over and over again?
@Livertool I don't know how to get in on two accounts but I logged in on the phone this morning to test the sng play. All the sngs were showing no players, so thinking it might be the test version playing up i logged in on the pc and the phone immediately showed the message, "You have transferred to another device" and logged me out.
I would think it's basic security that you couldn't play two accounts at the same time, certainly not on the same table.