Mosca
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August 9th, 2021 at 2:05:54 PM permalink
Quote: onenickelmiracle

I don't know, maybe. Can't even be sure they're not 92%. For a potential loss of $1000 in 30 seconds, I think they have room to be a little generous. Nobody knows anything about a $100 machine. I think that's quite mysterious. You would think at least this thing the casino can open the veil, but they don't. So it would make sense they are indeed 95%, give or take very little. If a big progressive attached, lower.



6 years later and this is still a mystery. And itís information that Iíd like to know, out of curiosity. The only thing you can find about the $100 WoF slot is this discussion, and hundreds of videos of wheel hits. Youíd think every pull results in a SPIN!

I blew through 10 tries on our last trip to Borgata, got nothing, just three blanks for a total of 13 spins. I did well at other games, and the trip was an overall win. My observation is that people play a couple spins on a whim. If it hits, they get THE RUSH. If it doesnít, they walk. Very rarely does anyone pump $10000 into it and sit there for an hour. Iíve seen that, but rarely.
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AlanMendelson
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August 9th, 2021 at 2:36:23 PM permalink
It also surprises me there is no data.

I havent been in a casino with the $100 game in about three years. I do see a $50 version now. And there is a $25 version.

The last time I saw the $100 version at Caesars the player had hit $20,000 on a wheel spin and was waiting for the hand pay.
Mosca
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August 10th, 2021 at 7:17:26 AM permalink
Quote: AlanMendelson

It also surprises me there is no data.

I havent been in a casino with the $100 game in about three years. I do see a $50 version now. And there is a $25 version.

The last time I saw the $100 version at Caesars the player had hit $20,000 on a wheel spin and was waiting for the hand pay.



At Borgata they have two $100/2 credits machines, $200/spin! I've seen a $500 machine, but I don't remember where. And that was a long time ago.
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