100xOdds
100xOdds
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October 29th, 2022 at 5:13:30 AM permalink

Slot tech was in the setup menus.

One item I noticed was the return was a range: 87-91%

How does that work?

Or does it just mean at least 2 of the games are set to different returns? (This slot has 4 games that you can play simultaneously.)
If so, is there an easy way to determine which ones are set to the higher end?
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DRich
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October 29th, 2022 at 6:03:25 AM permalink
My assumption would be that at least two of the games are set at different percentages. No, there is no way for you to tell what the payback is on slots or which one is better without playing tens of thousands of games and tracking results.
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vegas
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October 29th, 2022 at 9:12:36 AM permalink
Maybe it means they can set this machine anywhere from 87-91 but whatever they set it at all the games would be at that setting.
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Talldude90
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October 29th, 2022 at 11:47:00 AM permalink
i'd wager that if they are set to different %s that it's probably a higher % for the extra games (over 1), or, could that be a different % associated with the denom?
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