BramzinVegas
BramzinVegas
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April 16th, 2023 at 8:22:10 AM permalink
Are the odds any different with Dueces Wild 10 hand compared to single hand? I do notice that most 10 hand won't offer the progressive. Thanks!
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April 16th, 2023 at 8:54:23 AM permalink
Quote: BramzinVegas

Are the odds any different with Dueces Wild 10 hand compared to single hand? I do notice that most 10 hand won't offer the progressive. Thanks!
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I think you are asking if the Return to Player (RTP) percentage is different. If the pay table is the same and if you use the same strategy, then the RTP will be the same
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BramzinVegas
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April 18th, 2023 at 2:55:28 PM permalink
Thank you. Yes, if I bet $25 total on 10 hands, or $25 on a single hand, the return to player should be the same. So I'm guessing I should play whichever one also has a progressive, which is usually single hand. It just seems like single hand takes so long :)
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April 20th, 2023 at 1:11:40 AM permalink
Be careful on that assumption. In my local shop $25 on a single hand has a 0.27% HE paytable and the 10 hands for $25 total would have a HE of about 3%.
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