His main target is "must hit by" progressive slots. I saw him speak at the World Game Protection Conference in Las Vegas a few years back. His talk boiled down to a single formula that gives the approximate dollar value of the "must hit by" progressive at which the player should play.
The new breed of must hits you see in Vegas have bad meters and are not usually linked. Big difference between the ones we normally see and the versions he talked about in the past.Quote: Wizard
I saw the same talk and agree with your categorization. I'm not saying he didn't do well playing them, but I almost never see such games close to the "must hit by" point in Vegas. What I'm not sure is whether advantage players roam the casino floors hunting for them or recreational players simply are more likely to play when the meter is close or past the point of being ripe.
Definitely goes down.Quote: AxelWolf
If its worth 200k for the fist few people, what about the 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th couple?
(1) BankrollQuote: AxelWolf
What's to keep other teams from springing up and dominating?
Must-hits don't have much EV in Vegas. They don't get as much action as they do in other places, and there's an army of pros. Some people do a run visiting obscure casinos at 4-6 am on many mornings...Quote: Wizard
I almost never see such games close to the "must hit by" point in Vegas.