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TvBet Software & 0 Online Casinos Reviewed
TVBet is a live dealer casino software developer that’s based out of Cyprus. The group deploys games via their studios in high-definition. The group has a slate of attractive hosts, and they offer up titles like Keno, blackjack, backgammon, poker, roulette, and more.
The interface from TVBet is attractive, giving players the ability to easily choose the type of wager they want to place. The games are compatible with both desktop and mobile devices, allowing for play anywhere you can snag a data connection. TVBet has gone the quirky route of trying to incorporate costume themes to some of their games, which is something we haven’t seen very often. This helps the group stand out a bit, and we’re excited to see what casinos they partner with going ahead.
This is the first time I've ever seen true backgammon in a casino. Unfortunately, there was no help file on the game at the time of this review. There was a very long list of bets, most of which were in Russian. From just watching the game, I think a computer tells the dealer which pieces to move. The player can bet on the eventual winner of the game as well as many proposition bets.
I applaud the effort to introduce a backgammon game. However, they need to do a much better job of explaining the rules, especially to an English-speaking audience. The press announcement about the game was of little help either.
1 Bet is a simple game based on the draw of one ball out of 37. There are a host of ways to bet that strive to achieve a 95% return. For all the rules and analysis, please visit my page on the game.
21 Bet is a game where the player and dealer hand follow automatic drawing rules and the player bets on which will win. Please see my page on the game for all the rules and analysis.
5 Bet is a lottery game, based on the draw of five balls out of 36. There are a host of ways to bet. The following table shows just some of them. Please see my page on 5 Bet for a full list.
|Selected ball down to be drawn||1.103||324,632||0.861111||0.949806|
|Number to be drawn last||30||10,472||0.027778||0.833333|
7 Bet is a lottery game, based on the draw of seven balls out of 42. There are a host of ways to bet. The following table shows just some of them. You can see the returns range from 12.34% to 95.00%, so be careful what you bet on. Please see my page on 7 Bet for a full list and analysis of every bet.
|Selected ball down to be drawn||1.14||22,481,940||0.833333||0.950000|
This game is similar to 21Bet in that players bet on the winning side of a blackjack game. In this version, a 52-card deck is used and the rules are closer to blackjack. For more information, please see my page on TVBET Blackjack.
In Joker Bet the dealer deals one card at a time from a 54-card deck and the player may bet a host of ways on what the next card will be. The odds seem to be dynamically updated to achieve a 90% return on every bet. Please see my page on Joker Bet for all the rules and analysis.
The Keno game by TvBet is the standard type that picks 20 balls out of 80. The following table shows the pay table, hit frequency, and return by the number of picks. As you can see, the best bet is the pick 4 at a return of 94.82%.
|Pick||Pay Table||Hit Freq.||Return|
There are also a host of side bets. Please see my page on the game for all the rules and analysis.
Poker is an automated six-player poker game, where nobody ever bets or folds. Bets may be made at various points in the game on which player will win and on the winning hand. For all the rules and analysis, please see my page on Poker by TvBet.
War of Elements
War of Elements is a glorified version of Casino War. One deck of cards is used. The player can bet on the winning side as well as a host of side bets. The odds are dynamically updated as the dealer goes through the shoe. It appears to be much the same as War of Bets.
The strange thing about War of Elements is that it offers almost true odds. They seem to calculate the true odds, based on the deck composition, and then offer those odds rounded down. The number of decimal places the odds pay vary. On average, the return is 0.1% to 0.5%.
This is in contrast to the odds posted in the help file, based on the odds off the top of a fresh deck, that suggest a return of 90%.
Wheel is a simple game based on the spin of a wheel with 38 numbers, like roulette. The odds seem to be the same as in roulette too, for a return of 94.74%. Please see my page on the game for all the rules and analysis.
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