TonyBet, the world’s leading Open Face Chinese poker site, announced today that they have added a brand new game to their offerings with the release of Progressive Pineapple. The new release comes just weeks after they released another new game, Pineapple 2-7, and shows that TonyBet is committed to provide a unique experience whilst playing there.
“Open Face Chinese is a unique poker game in the sense that there are plenty of ways of enhancing it by implementing new variations. The recent introduction of Pineapple 2-7 was a huge success – players just loved it and very soon it became the most popular game at our cash game tables. Last week we have also made it available for SnG and multi-table tournaments,” A TonyBet spokesperson said in a press release.
The main difference between the new Progressive Pineapple and the regular OFC hit Pineapple is that players gets more cards when they are in Fantasy Land after advancing with a higher combination. All depending on the players top hand strength, they can receive from 14-17 Fantasy Land cards.
“We found that Progressive Pineapple is actually very popular in live OFC games across the casinos in Europe and decided to make it available for our online players as well. The idea behind this game variation is to allow players collect even more points, as aiming for higher hands on top and receiving more Fantasy Land cards results in the chance of potentially collecting more points. Right now we’re going to offer low limit cash games from €0.02 to €10 per point and then introduce higher limits in the future,” The spokesperson said, adding:
“Last spring we had a hit OFC online poker series, the OFC Opener during which we gave away €30,000 in guaranteed cash prizes, and this year we’re going to run an even bigger event. Our goal is to become the leader in online poker innovations and constantly launching new OFC games and running unique promotions is exactly how we’re going towards achieving this goal.”
TonyBet also announced that they will be hosting OFC events across Europe this year, similar to the one they hosted in Prague in December last year.