sounds like you are getting and extra 33.33333333333333333 coins over a standard 5 coin VP machine on the Royal Flush. 97.38 VS 97.30. You need to make up 2.62 % somehow. The Royal adds about 2%, the Str8 Flush adds about .5 , the 4 of A kind adds about 6%.Quote: antcomp
Hello! I'm currently at Harvey's Lake Tahoe and ran into what is in my experience a somewhat unusual Video Poker game at the California bar here. Several of the machines are configured with a $1 3 credit max bet Video Poker game. It otherwise follows the standard 8/5 jacks or better pay table except for the addition of a progressive that pays on a royal flush, straight flush, and 4 of a kind. The royal starts at $2500, the straight flush at $150, and the 4 of a kind at $75 nd the 3 credit max bet. Has anyone encountered this game elsewhere? Also does anybody know the odds on such a game and at which point the progressive makes it a positive game?
Any Idea what the meter movement is ? If it's really low, it will be rare to get a play.Quote: antcomp
Thanks guys! I looked at the return tables earlier and even tried to run it through to get a strategy. However, I wasn't quite sure how to reconcile the $3 max bet as opposed to the standard $5, to trigger the progressive.