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September 4th, 2020 at 5:24:34 PM permalink
Quote: mcallister3200

If itís in Washington itís probably not a real slot machine.



They have real slots there.
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September 4th, 2020 at 5:26:26 PM permalink
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I am curious to whether there's some math that can be done to figure out what kind of edge you would have based on the condition of the obelisks. Thank-you.



I will keep my eye out for this one. I am overdue to write about another vulterable slot machine.
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September 4th, 2020 at 9:01:12 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

They have real slots there.



I thought Washington state slots were all class II?
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September 5th, 2020 at 1:07:53 AM permalink
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I will keep my eye out for this one. I am overdue to write about another vulterable slot machine.


Or you could figure one out nobody is playing and make a contribution.
If you have access to people with PAR sheets, there must be some games only you could figure out where people would know for sure what's good and what isn't.
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September 6th, 2020 at 12:26:29 AM permalink
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Or you could figure one out nobody is playing and make a contribution.
If you have access to people with PAR sheets, there must be some games only you could figure out where people would know for sure what's good and what isn't.

Of course there are 1000s of contributions, I just mean this stuff is too easy for your skill and ability level. Spin it grand is a slot I'd recommend based on your resources. Even lightning link, most assume $1000 majors no good, but are $10,000 HL majors worth it? When is the grand worth it? Is it ever, etc?
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September 6th, 2020 at 1:43:47 PM permalink
Quote: mcallister3200

I thought Washington state slots were all class II?



maybe the "leftover" whatever it is simply increases your chances of gaining a winning ticket or something...
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September 6th, 2020 at 4:30:21 PM permalink
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If you have access to people with PAR sheets, there must be some games only you could figure out where people would know for sure what's good and what isn't



Par sheets are not a magic bullet that helps one fully understand how a game works. These days they are very cryptic and don't contain every pertinent bit of information one would need to know to recreate the game exactly. I think the slot makers are doing this intentionally because they know par sheets are not that difficult to get and they want to protect their intellectual property.

Give me any game and with about an hour of play I can pretty closely reverse engineer it.
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September 6th, 2020 at 5:22:13 PM permalink
Quote: mcallister3200

I thought Washington state slots were all class II?



As far as I know VLT only and dammit I live here.
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September 6th, 2020 at 6:27:53 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

Par sheets are not a magic bullet that helps one fully understand how a game works. These days they are very cryptic and don't contain every pertinent bit of information one would need to know to recreate the game exactly. I think the slot makers are doing this intentionally because they know par sheets are not that difficult to get and they want to protect their intellectual property.

Give me any game and with about an hour of play I can pretty closely reverse engineer it.



I really dislike spin it grand. But I second that idea. It would be great to know where the values need to be before it's worth playing.
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September 6th, 2020 at 7:22:12 PM permalink
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As far as I know VLT only and dammit I live here.



I've been to whatever casino is near Anacortes, WA and they seemed to have modern class 3 slots. Only difference is they didn't accept cash, you had to buy a voucher and then put that into the game.

In all fairness, I didn't actually play them, so could be mistaken.
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