DRich
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January 1st, 2022 at 3:10:52 PM permalink
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Quote: 100xOdds

Here's an idea to differentiate a casino from others:
In a small section of slots/vp in their high limit room, advertise all slots are 94%+ and all vp is 99.5%+.

But charge a x% cover charge for playing Ö

What do you think?
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I think those payouts are about average.

Whatís the point of paying to play them when the payouts are no better than can be found elsewhere?

I mean, donít some casinos already advertise payout in that range, or higher, in some parts of their floor?
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94% is very good for most video slots. Most casinos average is below 90% for video slots
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ChallengedMilly
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January 1st, 2022 at 4:09:32 PM permalink
Quote: 100xOdds

Here's an idea to differentiate a casino from others:
In a small section of slots/vp in their high limit room, advertise all slots are 94%+ and all vp is 99.5%+.

But charge a x% cover charge for playing, payable from comps only.
so if the cover charge is .5% of play and you have $100 in comps, then you can play $10000 coin-in.
You still get points towards your card tier but not comps in this section.

What do you think?
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What problem is this trying to solve? Like.. I don't even understand why.

Here's the facts: all games from slots to VP to keno to table games should have the displayed True Odds on all its game tables, easily accessible to those that want to know. They should also have to disclose the deposit and drop rates on both comps in, money in, and profit out of a machine.

I'd also prefer if every casino was forced to have at least 1 bank of 100.1%+ VP, even if they keep it to below $10 a hand for those of us that want the long and slow grind. This is a very long shot idea though. The above 'display the odds' idea I feel is more than reasonable.
Deucekies
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January 2nd, 2022 at 3:36:15 AM permalink
I think there was an internet casino that offered all 0% house edge games, and made their money by taking a 10% commission on profits at cashout. I always thought that was an interesting model.
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