I don't know about your, but I like variety. After counting down shoe after shoe at blackjack, I like to play a few games that aren't quite so taxing on my cerebral cortex, like video keno. I love to play the 3-6-9 Keno on the old IGT Game King video's, but finding the game is tough these days. So many casinos just have new slots and I can't get my fix!
I know change is good, and I understand why I can't find Chuck-a-luck anymore, but there are a few other favorites that I used to sit and play on occasion. Anybody have some favorites we should let the casinos know we still enjoy?Where's Red Dog?
When I was younger, my favorite poker variation in our home games was in-between. Hearing my friends shout "pot" when they got even a small spread between their two up-cards was music to my ears. When I came across the casino game of Red Dog it brought back juicy memories.[>
The funny thing is, Red Dog's house edge is under 3 percent. That's much lower than roulette, Caribbean Stud, Three Card Poker, and a host of other popular games. How come I don't see more Red Dog games out there? I want my Red Dog. And my 3-6-9. And, while we're at it, I want to play those old video poker games that had a bingo-style board on each screen and when you made a 4-of-a-kind it helped fill the board. And when you completed a row (or sometimes two rows at once) you got an extra payout. Those were very exciting. Maybe change isn't always good.