Pando
Pando
Joined: Jul 24, 2010
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July 22nd, 2014 at 6:57:54 PM permalink
Thanks for all the feedback so far
The issue in my mind is, if Vegas Star Roulette provides a "fixed" return to the casino (because its a SLOT)
then the return/outcomes must be controlled in some way to meet whatever is required to meet that criteria.
If the return was just the negative expectation, then the expected return would be the HE of 2.7%
Or am I wrong??
AxiomOfChoice
AxiomOfChoice
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July 22nd, 2014 at 7:28:09 PM permalink
Quote: Pando

Thanks for all the feedback so far
The issue in my mind is, if Vegas Star Roulette provides a "fixed" return to the casino (because its a SLOT)
then the return/outcomes must be controlled in some way to meet whatever is required to meet that criteria.
If the return was just the negative expectation, then the expected return would be the HE of 2.7%
Or am I wrong??



Slots in Nevada do not provide a fixed return. They are random. They provide a positive expected return to the casino.

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