handsNftRmangos
handsNftRmangos
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June 20th, 2020 at 6:19:06 PM permalink
So on the Wizards website on Ultimate X Single Line he stresses the importance of playing a different strategy based on your current multiplier. This, of course, makes sense but also makes playing optimal strategy complicated and the process of memorizing this optimal strategy quite laborious. So my question is, does anyone have any idea of how much youd be sacrificing in payout % if you implement a “normal optimal strategy” for the specific game you are playing. So playing for example, optimal strategy for “regular” 8/6 JoB regardless of the current multiplier you are sitting on?
100xOdds
100xOdds
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June 21st, 2020 at 7:09:57 AM permalink
Quote: handsNftRmangos

So on the Wizards website on Ultimate X Single Line he stresses the importance of playing a different strategy based on your current multiplier. This, of course, makes sense but also makes playing optimal strategy complicated and the process of memorizing this optimal strategy quite laborious. So my question is, does anyone have any idea of how much youd be sacrificing in payout % if you implement a “normal optimal strategy” for the specific game you are playing. So playing for example, optimal strategy for “regular” 8/6 JoB regardless of the current multiplier you are sitting on?

at my local casino, they have ult x 9/7/5 single line db (99.21%).
but they also have regular 9/7/5 db (99.11%) machines.

i was planning on using 7 sheets of paper (1 for each of the different multipliers).
then i decided its not worth the hassle for +.1%.
so i stuck with regular 9/7/5 db, which is the 2nd best game in the casino that doesnt require more coin-in per tier point. (ult x version being the best)
Last edited by: 100xOdds on Jun 21, 2020
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