This hand was fun. I've played a couple hundred hands, have not seen 3 Magics, but have had 2 in more.hands than I expected. I would definitely have some fun with this, though the 2x base bet seems high.
OK, you got me. I'm just thinking the events are independent, but that is purely speculation. :-)
The other game I plan to play is Ultimate X, but I'm going to look for Magic Card in Apr in downtown Las Vegas.
I've never been able to play the game at the IGT sight, which is why I mentioned videopoker.com.
Yes, Videopoker.com has MagicDeal, and some posters commented on their results -- but you need a $ subscription "Gold" to play this game (and I guess some others).
Hey! Thanks for the extra info!Quote: Hullabaloo
Yes, but they do use games that are "gold only" as contest games as well and then everyone who has an account can play them.
Has anyone heard/seen Magic Deal in downtown Las Vegas?
I think the probability of one Magic card is p, of 2 is p^2 and 3, p^3. Solving p+p^2+p^3 = 0.1365 gives p = 0.120289435 which is pretty consistent with what my empirical observations found. Thoughts?
So I just ran "that bad" and found myself in a 1 in 1.5 billion situation?? Still haven't seen anyone post they've gotten 3 magic cards. If it's truly "random" between 1 and 3 then someone HAD to of been dealt 3, just with the testers in this thread alone.