International edition
September 25, 2020

With additional game options

TCS John Huxley introduces Lunar Poker

(US).- TCS John Huxley announced the addition of Lunar Poker to its extensive table games portfolio. Demonstrated at its exclusive Access All Areas Las Vegas event held a couple of weeks ago during G2E event, Lunar Poker is designed to meet the demands of passionate players who relish competing against the house.

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nlike any other Poker game currently available, Lunar Poker allows players to build their strongest hand against the Dealer, with single or multiple winning hand combinations - perfect for novices and experts alike. As an extremely enjoyable alternative to existing five card Poker games, Lunar Poker is also the ideal game to increase table profitability, with additional game options.

Its latest Poker game is unpredictable and exhilarating. In fact, with over 250 billion possible combinations and outcomes, every game of Lunar Poker is guaranteed to be different. Lunar Poker is and easy and fast game to learn, even for the newest of Poker players, yet is suitably challenging enough for the more experienced gamers. Dealt as a progressive or stand alone game, Lunar Poker has been tailored to fully integrate with TCS John Huxley’s DEQ G3 Bonusing, Jackpot and Loyalty System.

Increasing player participation and operator revenues, G3 comprises of dealer handset, player Personal Bet Manager and high quality table display, presenting personalised multimedia campaigns.

Colin Payne, CEO of Lunar Gain Ltd comments: “As poker played against the house, Lunar Poker gives players complete control over the game, making it irresistible! Allowing players to change any of their five cards, insure their hand and force dealers to qualify, Lunar Poker is already proving a huge hit in Macau, Hong Kong and other major gaming territories. Originally played in Moscow and St. Petersburg until recently, Lunar Poker quickly displaced all other poker games on the casino floor - it’s hard to believe the Russian capital kept Lunar Poker a secret for the past decade!”

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