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July 14th, 2018 at 6:04:00 AM permalink
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Guess that was correct, not a bug. Pretty pricey on 5 play to lose those multipliers to a single wheel spon.



Depends on the average value of the wheel spin.
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July 14th, 2018 at 6:09:34 AM permalink
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Quote: beachbumbabs





Guess that was correct, not a bug. Pretty pricey on 5 play to lose those multipliers to a single wheel spon.



Depends on the average value of the wheel spin.



Ev wise it may not matter but play experience wise it does to me. Like I got 16x a bunch of times. So really only got 4x more. Seems like a lot of extra credits to pay for only 4x more.
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July 14th, 2018 at 6:11:21 AM permalink
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Sounds like Wheel Poker Deluxe
https://www.videopoker.com/play_games/free/?game=83

There are some in downtown Vegas. As I recall there are 2 at the 4 Queens and I think they have them at Fremont or perhaps Binions as well.



Yep that's it. I like that game. It is exciting to get 10 games with all 3 aces.
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July 14th, 2018 at 10:05:54 AM permalink
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Quote: prozema

Quote: beachbumbabs





Guess that was correct, not a bug. Pretty pricey on 5 play to lose those multipliers to a single wheel spon.



Depends on the average value of the wheel spin.



Ev wise it may not matter but play experience wise it does to me. Like I got 16x a bunch of times. So really only got 4x more. Seems like a lot of extra credits to pay for only 4x more.



Agree. Though I guess the worst you can do is get 14x per FH instead of 12x. So not as bad as it first looked.
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July 14th, 2018 at 3:09:54 PM permalink
I hope the wizard does an analysis. I hate figuring out wheel weights. $$$
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March 18th, 2019 at 8:51:09 PM permalink
Just found this game with 7/5 bonus (5 play), and wondering if anyone has any more info on the wheel weights. My shaky math tells me it's costing about 90 credits for one wheel spin, so you'd need to make that up on the bonus hand (above the 12x you'd get on normal UX), so unless you're winning the credits instead of the multipliers on the reg (I've spun the wheel maybe a dozen times, and no credit wins), it doesn't seem playable.
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March 18th, 2019 at 9:48:46 PM permalink
Quote: GuyIncognito

Just found this game with 7/5 bonus (5 play), and wondering if anyone has any more info on the wheel weights. My shaky math tells me it's costing about 90 credits for one wheel spin, so you'd need to make that up on the bonus hand (above the 12x you'd get on normal UX), so unless you're winning the credits instead of the multipliers on the reg (I've spun the wheel maybe a dozen times, and no credit wins), it doesn't seem playable.



Isn't this game 7/6/5 when betting 10? Unfortunately vp.com claims it ranges from 96.92% to 99.52% for Bonus and it's very dependent on the wheel weighting.
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March 18th, 2019 at 10:33:52 PM permalink
That's right; I didn't notice the weird paytables at first. Where on vp.com does it mention the return percentages?
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March 18th, 2019 at 11:32:17 PM permalink
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That's right; I didn't notice the weird paytables at first. Where on vp.com does it mention the return percentages?



When you play the game as a gold member you can change the paytable and see the payback percentage.
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March 19th, 2019 at 1:34:16 AM permalink
Just checked again and this one is 7/6/4; does a 7/6/5 version actually exist? Regardless, I'm going to leave it alone until I see further analysis; I'm a bit surprised there's not one on here yet, given that we have them for the other wheel variants.

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