skyscanner
Joined: Aug 12, 2019
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September 21st, 2019 at 7:48:33 PM permalink
Hello guys and gals,

I was wondering what are the "best" VP machines at Caesars, Bally's or Harrah's in Atlantic City. By "best" I mean high 0.99+ EV and low variance and low coin denomination and multiple lines and standard TP earning rate. For example, the ideal one would be 9/6 JoB on 100 lines with a 1c denomination and 10\$/Tier credit. What is the real one that most closely compares to this ideal one, please?

Thank you and best wishes.
vegas
Joined: Apr 27, 2012
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September 22nd, 2019 at 6:04:08 AM permalink
Good luck with that. There are a few 9-6 JB and 8-5 BP but it will be 25 dollars a point. On bad pay tables you will get 10 dollars a point but not on the better games. Those days are gone as far as I know.
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100xOdds
Joined: Feb 5, 2012
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September 22nd, 2019 at 7:06:40 AM permalink
Quote: skyscanner

Hello guys and gals,

I was wondering what are the "best" VP machines at Caesars, Bally's or Harrah's in Atlantic City. By "best" I mean high 0.99+ EV and low variance and low coin denomination and multiple lines and standard TP earning rate. For example, the ideal one would be 9/6 JoB on 100 lines with a 1c denomination and 10\$/Tier credit. What is the real one that most closely compares to this ideal one, please?

Thank you and best wishes.

as of last year, they had single line 9/6 ddb ult x machines. 99.5%, \$10/tc.
downside, you have to know 7 strategies.. 1 for each multiplier. ie: 2x, 3x, 4x, etc
in 10 play ult X, you can use a single strategy because the multipliers avg over time. not so in single line
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