DRich
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January 11th, 2019 at 10:47:53 AM permalink
Wow, 13 straight hours of video poker is very impressive. I doubt I could do half of that anymore.
Living longer does not always infer +EV
cmlotito
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January 11th, 2019 at 11:05:48 AM permalink
Quote: DRich

Wow, 13 straight hours of video poker is very impressive. I doubt I could do half of that anymore.



8 hours of sleep was great and I find it easier to play 2 machines rather than 1. Always needing to make a decision keeps me awake. Playing 1 and the spinner activating then I gotta wait a few seconds that gets tiresome fast.
darkoz
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January 11th, 2019 at 11:41:44 AM permalink
Quote: cmlotito

8 hours of sleep was great and I find it easier to play 2 machines rather than 1. Always needing to make a decision keeps me awake. Playing 1 and the spinner activating then I gotta wait a few seconds that gets tiresome fast.



13 hours on TWO machines sounds even more impressive
Steverinos
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January 11th, 2019 at 12:00:24 PM permalink
Thanks for posting and sharing these.

Do you ever play Triple Double?
cmlotito
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January 11th, 2019 at 12:09:57 PM permalink
Quote: Steverinos

Thanks for posting and sharing these.

Do you ever play Triple Double?



I've played TDB single line 1 time at MGM. Lost 1k very quickly and swore to never play it again. I did play TDB a couple times in the past at the Turning Stone in NY. I think I broke even at it. I hit 2 $4,000 4AWAK. Neither place has the 99.58% version.

I always say I like to get to the outcome quicker but with TDB I can't take in the scenery it goes so fast.
cmlotito
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January 11th, 2019 at 12:12:56 PM permalink
Quote: darkoz

13 hours on TWO machines sounds even more impressive



I did give up second machine twice so only about 9 hours of play on 2 machines. Just have to focus and don't engage in conversations.
FCBLComish
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kgb92
January 11th, 2019 at 8:35:23 PM permalink
Don't want to be accused of thread-jacking, but the other day, I watched the star of the Wizard's fastest VP player in action. 3 machines as fast as he could play them. He had been in action for 8 hours before I got there.

Was really fun just watching him. I saw no errors on the 2 machines I could see. I was playing the one next to him.

I play about 20 minutes and that is basically all I can take.
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tringlomane
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January 11th, 2019 at 10:28:36 PM permalink
Quote: cmlotito

8 hours of sleep was great and I find it easier to play 2 machines rather than 1. Always needing to make a decision keeps me awake. Playing 1 and the spinner activating then I gotta wait a few seconds that gets tiresome fast.



IGTs biggest mistake is not giving you the option of skipping the multiplier animation.

And even though it was a long session, 2 dealt Aces in the same day??? Teach me! Haha
cmlotito
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January 17th, 2019 at 12:18:16 PM permalink
Not much going on right now. Had to cancel 2 planned trips to MGM this past week due to unforeseen changes to my work schedule. However, I did get that new car. A 2019 Toyota Highlander.




And what would a new car be without a bobblehead for the dashboard?




Heading to The Borgata this weekend to see how much money I can lose at Multi Strike. I haven't been to Atlantic City in over 5 years. Can't wait to see what it's like now. I'll probably be underwhelmed.
100xOdds
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January 20th, 2019 at 8:46:32 PM permalink
Quote: rsactuary

99.16% per VP.com app


uggg@ return of dstp 10/6/5 db.

so I guess dstp 9/6 ddb (99.5%) is best if you want the variance to catch up on loses.
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