Indu
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August 4th, 2017 at 9:04:35 AM permalink
Sorry yesterday i am not able to reply becuase my limit for post exceed.

From the same pdf it mentioned -- The "Win Percent" for games provides a ratio which has been adjusted for effects of credit play. The "Win Percent" for slot devices provides a ratio which represents the reported win amount divided by the total dollar amount played by patrons.

And for Megabucks its is highest.
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August 4th, 2017 at 9:25:50 AM permalink
ok, good luck.
TigerWu
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August 4th, 2017 at 9:50:34 AM permalink
Here's the best tip I've heard for winning at (non-video poker) slots:

1) Find the slot machine you plan on playing.

2) Take the money you plan to use, say, a $20 bill.

3) Hold one end in each hand.

4) Fold it over so the short ends meet and put a nice strong crease in it.

5) Stick the $20 bill in your pocket and walk away.

:D
ZenKinG
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August 4th, 2017 at 11:09:03 AM permalink
Step 1. Get a piece of string.

Step 2. Tie it to your $100 bill with an end for you to pull it with

Step 3. Insert into slot machine and pull it out until you get free credits.

Step 4. If it doesnt work, continue onto next machine until you find one

Step 5. Dont get caught
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boymimbo
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August 4th, 2017 at 11:40:28 AM permalink
Quote: Ibeatyouraces

Without looking, I think the "win percentage" is the casinos, not the players.



Correct. The higher the win%, the more that the casino holds.
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Indu
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August 4th, 2017 at 11:45:17 AM permalink
Check Few suggestion mentioned in the below blog

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boymimbo
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August 4th, 2017 at 12:06:42 PM permalink
Quote: Indu

Sorry yesterday i am not able to reply becuase my limit for post exceed.

From the same pdf it mentioned -- The "Win Percent" for games provides a ratio which has been adjusted for effects of credit play. The "Win Percent" for slot devices provides a ratio which represents the reported win amount divided by the total dollar amount played by patrons.

And for Megabucks its is highest.


No. June's report here. The Win% represents the casino's win amount / total coin in.

To prove my point, look at months where Megabucks was won. The last time it was won was August 2016 at the Wynn.

You will see a consistent win % except in the month where it was won. By your logic, you would expect the win % to jump. It does the opposite. You can see that if you divide the Win % by the monthly win you get the coin in which remains fairly consistent month to month. You would expect that to change as the jackpot grows and by seasonal visitor variations.

Quote: monthly gaming reports, Nevada

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Report splashpage.

Statewide, all non-restricted locations, Megabucks line, Win% for month or quarter.

June 2017 - 14.16% - total coin in 5,024,000 / .1416 (win amount / win %) = 35.48m
May 2017 - 14.32%
Apr 2017 - 13.45%
Mar 2017 - 14.01%
Feb 2017 - 13.28%
Jan 2017 - 15.35%
Q4 2016 - 13.88%
Sep 2016 - 13.37% - total coin in 4,962,000 / .1337 = 37.13m
Aug 2016 - 2.74% - total coin in 924,000 / .0274 = 33.72m
July 2016 - 13.65%
Q2 2016 - 13.30%
Mar 2016 - 1.57% March 2016 winner


Megabucks and Penny slots in general are the worst games to play and it calls into doubt your loose slot list if you don't understand this. Megabucks runs at close to 85% payback to fund the jackpot.
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August 4th, 2017 at 1:41:58 PM permalink
Quote: boymimbo

Megabucks runs at close to 85% payback to fund the jackpot.


I don't do slots, but if it runs at 85% to fund the jackpot, what does it run at over the long term, including the day that it pays that jackpot?
Do you really play that machine in the expectation of 85% return ignoring that jackpot, or do you pay it on the hope that the jackpot is included in your potential return?
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boymimbo
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August 4th, 2017 at 10:08:47 PM permalink
It's the same as VideoPoker or any other game with a long shot to win. You know that you will run well below full return until the Royal or a big hand hits.

The wizard has a great writeup on Megabucks at WOO here..
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Indu
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August 14th, 2017 at 1:04:54 AM permalink
Following are he few tips given by the person how already won 25 small GP (Grand Prize) since last year he. He already received (redacted)
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