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American Casino Gambling Gets Closer Than Ever to Online Gambling

North American casino players will soon be able to feel the thrill of playing online again – or as close as possible to it – as the internationally popular Caribbean Stud Poker electronic table game, TableMax, has recently received GLI certification.

As the second most popular propriety table game to ever have been introduced to the casino gambling market, it is without a doubt a valuable addition to the game suite of TableMax. The certification follows the recent certification of the company’s progressive Blackjack game, which is also experiencing great success in the casino gambling industry. TableMax has submitted a range of its other casino gambling games to the GLI in hope of additional certifications, among them Draw Poker, Bonus Blackjack, Caribbean Draw Poker, and the massively successful Texas Hold ‘Em Bonus Poker, which blew away the casino gambling industry as the fastest added proprietary felt table game ever in history.

According to the TableMax CEO, Stephen Crystal, the news is exciting to the company and casino gambling establishments alike. He explained that Caribbean Stud Poker is responsible for reinvigorating more traditional casino gambling table games, and that when such a popular game is combined with an unprecedented progressive jackpot, Caribbean Stud Poker is a winning combo for players and operators alike.

Caribbean Stud Poker utilizes the company’s electronic table game platform, which allows for a multi-table and multi-casino network to be used by the players. TableMax representatives claim that for casino gambling players, it is the closest thing to playing an online progressive slots game. Microgaming similarly offers a progressive CyberStud Poker game that is widely enjoyed by online players.

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