BigBluMiku
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March 14th, 2023 at 7:08:24 PM permalink
So my local casino (Bicycle in California) recently started a new progressive system in which the progressive is the same across all table games with different stipulations. Ive seen Mike's breakdown of when progressives become +ev but with my casino's system im curious as to which game has the best odds of hitting the progressive.

Here's the breakdown (due to the png you made need to open image in a new tab):

Both 3 card and Pai Gow run on continuous shuffle machines, while BJ and Bacc run on a 6 deck shoe. Havent really run the math but I'm leaning towards the 3 card poker or BJ progressive as better value.
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March 14th, 2023 at 7:41:38 PM permalink
Here is the image from the previous post in a readable form



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BigBluMiku
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March 14th, 2023 at 8:28:32 PM permalink
Oh dear god this is so much easier to read, thank you
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October 7th, 2023 at 8:28:07 PM permalink
To increase your chances of hitting a progressive jackpot, focus on games with lower house edges and favorable progressive rules. Games like Caribbean Stud Poker, Three Card Poker, or Ultimate Texas Hold'em are good options to consider due to their relatively lower house edges. Have you checked the specific rules and payouts for each game at your casino's progressive system?
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October 8th, 2023 at 2:36:18 AM permalink
It has been forever since I have played Caribbean stud,but if memory serves you can have a decent hand and if the dealer doesn't qualify you don't get paid. Also the fact you have to double your bet to play your hand. Example; if you are playing $50 a hand,you have to put up $100 to stay in the game. Otherwise you fold.
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