Transient Path releases v3.6 of Cobblestone software with RFID tuning feature.
Transient Path, LLC has released Cobblestone v3.6 expanding their innovative and advanced Cobblestone Poker Room and Casino Management solution. The new release includes an RFID tuning feature, a new phone-in feature in the Waitlist module, new customizable color codes for Phone-in/Insert/Rollovers, browser detection, selectable Auto-Return features and an updated administration module.
Transient Path has added a new RFID tuning feature to version 3.6 of Cobblestone Casino Poker Room Management. The new RFID Settings feature, which resides under the Admin function, allows for easy tuning of the RFID antennas on the poker tables. With separate sliders for each type of antenna (Lammer/Cutcards/Player’s cards) the system helps casinos find the optimal configuration for their environment.
Cobblestone’s new Phone-in feature allows players to be placed on the waitlist and then be activated when they arrive at the poker room. The player’s name will be placed on the list and designated with customer selectable color as well as a small phone icon. Once the player arrives they will be activated and be available for seating. Until a player has been activated Cobblestone will skip them if a seat becomes available. You can also designate a player as a phone-in after placing them on the waitlist. Cobblestone prevents rolling over phone-ins who have not been activated to protect against giving players extra time to arrive. You can activate the player and then roll them if you want.
All players that have been rolled-over will have a roll-over icon in front of their name as well as having their name color coded to designate that they have been rolled. The color for roll-over is modifiable by the casino.
Any player that has been inserted into the list will have an insert icon placed in front of their name as well as having their name color coded to designate that they were inserted into the list. The color for inserts is modifiable by the casino.
Internet Explorer browser detection and prevention has been added to Cobblestone to protect against security risks and screen refresh issues.
New configuration options in the Admin function allows casinos and card rooms to select whether the system should return back to waitlist or stay on the pit screen when a new table is opened. Also added is the ability to choose whether the system should return to the list screen when they add a player or stay on the player screen.
Also, a new rule has been implemented that at least one game must be selected to when adding a player to the waitlist. If no games are selected a message will popup and remind the user to select a game.
Transient Path, LLC designs, develops, and supports desktop and point of activity mobile solutions for guests, patron, and employee services. Their first product, Cobblestone, is the first completely mobile, browser based, RFID enabled poker and table management solution. It is the only system that takes the dealer out of player tracking and allows them to get back to dealing. We “Let the players play and the dealers deal.”
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