Automatic Poker Card Shuffler Ready To Be Unveiled For Home Use
Home poker games are gaining popularity as the poker phenomenon grows, and now there is a device that will make playing at home that much easier.
Shuffle Tech, a company that was formed by Hiro Toyama, has announced their plans to start distributing their automatic card shuffler in 2008.
The shuffler is similar to the ones being used in casinos, and that should make plenty of home poker players happy. One of the toughest parts of playing at home is to constantly have to shuffle the cards.
For the people who are really involved in their home games, Shuffle Tech will also offer a mounting kit that will make your home game experience just like the casinos. The shuffler will be mounted into the poker table with this option.
The retail price for the unit will be $479.99, according to Toyama, and that price is way under market value for shuffling devices.
Shuffle Master has their brand of automatic shufflers, but those are the ones used in casinos and can go for upwards of $15,000. That means the market is wide open if the product delivers what it claims it can.
The device is set to begin distribution through high end casino supply stores and on the company's website.
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