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TableMAX Installs Progressive Blackjack and Caribbean Stud Poker at Two California Casinos

On February 3rd, 2009, TableMAX Gaming Incorporated, a subsidiary of the TableMAX Corporation, a manufacturer of electronic casino table games, has fulfilled contracts for its Caribbean Stud Poker table and Progressive blackjack games at two casinos in California. First, the Red Fox Casino in Laytonville, California, has ordered one Progressive Blackjack system, which will be installed in early March. With around ninety-one machines, Red Fox is the "Largest Little Casino in Mendocino County".

Next, the Sho-Ka-Wah Casino in Hopland, California, has placed an order for a single Caribbean Stud Poker system, which will also be installed in early March. The Sho-Ka-Wah Casino facility is home to a seventy thousand square foot casino with 550 machines located north of Napa, off the scenic 101. The growing popularity of the casino games among players has led the organization to a consistent string of successful installations in both the northern and southern California gambling markets, the most recent being a contract for a TableMAX ePit at the Viejas Casino and Outlet Center.

TableMAX Chief Executive Officer Stephen Crystal said that they are extremely happy about the warm reception that they have received from both casino players and casino operators alike, especially in Tribal casinos. He added that as they get closer to the NIGA tradeshow, they are very happy about the collaborations and the progress that they are making in the gaming industry.

TableMAX's one-of-a kind electronic versions of the well-known casino tables like Progressive Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker and Caribbean Draw Poker gives players an interesting community gaming experience with the help of realistic graphics and digitally enhanced sound. The TableMAX gaming platform features wagers beginning at $1 and offers an optional fifty cent side wager allowing players the chance to win progressive jackpots.


Sunday, March 01 , 2009
Tim Arnell