She set it up with El Cortez to livestream $1000 worth of UTH, at $15/hand. During the play she answers questions about how to play, etc, and at the 15 minute mark she answers strategy questions by saying, “I went to www.wizardofodds.com, someone there figured it out already,” or something like that. Throughout the video she refers to WoO and the Wizard several times, and says, “It’s my money, I’ll play it the way I want to.”
She makes a lot of mistakes, especially on the final bet, but she also says that she is playing from memory and for fun. I don’t see that it’s worth investing the time in, unless you like to watch videos of table games being played. But the multiple shoutouts to Wiz are cool.
She’s done a few videos at the El Cortez. I recall a blackjack video too. I don’t play UTH but I know the strategy is fairly complicated and there’s a “count” for river betting that she’s not doing so I’m sure her Theo return is much lower than optimal (plus she bets the side bet). Still, entertaining videos and good background noise. She tips heavily—I saw $50 for a one hour session. Of course possible the play is not real and she and EC just do it for the advertising. I’ve heard that’s true of some of the slot channels (not necessarily her).
She definitely reports accurately. In this video she even jokes that she doesn’t win on slots. But I’m sure she makes it all back on the videos.
I am good with the first bet. The middle bet is kind of okay. The final bet, some hands are easy and some hands are hard. I get about 80% right.
YouTube slot videos are a guilty pleasure of mine. I'm a big fan of Sarah's. She's one of the only youtube slot folks who shows what really happens, win or lose. The table game livestreams are an interesting addition.
NJSlotGuy is another good one. It’s just as likely to watch him thread $2000 through a $10 machine and lose it as it is for him to get a hand pay, even at $20/bet.