Going over some of my notes.
ADVANTAGE PLAY ALERT!!!
I wrote down the numbers on a 6-spot progressive keno for NICKELS.
Now that I'm home, I see its return was 100.50%.
At 20-cents a pop, times what, (1000 hands an hour? I dunno), that's $200 coin-in, at 1/2%,
THAT'S A DOLLAR AN HOUR!
My lips are sealed. Don't anyone try to private message me. I ain't outting it.
The progressive full pay DW for nickels at Fandango is not a big secret, not like my secret keno play anyway, so I don't feel guilty in saying that it was at $308 when I was there. Hey, about a $3.50 an hour play. Not too shabby, if I'm ever a homeless person. (no offense to any homeless people who are regulars on this Board)
I did not know about the 3X-7X comps, though.
Factoring in the comp multiplier add somewhat towards an edge in return. At 7X, your comp dollars adds up pretty fast. 7X are special promotions, but not unusual to see 5X every week.
Two plays that I really should have bombed the s*** out of:
Atlantis, .25 FPJW w card of the day. About $150/hr with low variance, but you needed to have your card in the machine, which seemed like a problem for long term viability there (I think I was proven right)
Rail City, .25 10-play 10-6-4 DDB with a graveyard multiplier (3x, IIRC, .25 base) and every other royal double (you had 48 hours to hit the second one). That one I had pegged at a cool $180/hr. Oh yeah, the game had the turbo button, too. Had no problem getting on, too, strangely. There was a married couple, the wife flopped $10k and that ended it-after about 6-7 months. TBH, I just wasn't interested in screwing up my sleep pattern and living in Reno for the 3-6 months before the play went bye bye (with the expected trespassing afterwards) for $25K or so a month. The few hours I did play it (maybe 30 in all) I crushed it anyway.
I still go there every now and then. If you look around and carefully (one is a bartop. ironically) you may find something worthwhile to play (no inboxes please).
Only place i will play when it comes to the machines is the WV. Loosest place in town based fron experience and my observations from others who keeps signing on their wins
I have found a $1 progressive DD 9:6 that's a couple of hundred shy of 6k at another casino. Might have to take a shot once it gets up to 6.
I like playing the machines that I know that is known to pay.
What's that supposed to mean?