Ayecarumba
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September 6th, 2016 at 6:44:51 PM permalink
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When you play some dice will turn a gold color. I thought this following would have been a golden Royal, but was just a high straight.



Your die in this image appear to be in sequential order. They are even received the gold color overlay. Why no 50X gold win?
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September 6th, 2016 at 7:27:28 PM permalink
After playing some free hands at the demo linked by the Wizard, it appears that the order of the dice is determined by where they land in three layers moving away from you.

In this example:



The two dice closest to the camera are read left to right. The next layer of two dice is read left to right, and finally the last die is the one furthest away. I noticed that dice in the potential "Royal" position (e.g., the "Q" in the photo above) are given a "gold" overlay in the "Result" box. I also note that "Golden" hands may only win if ordered Left-to-Right, as the sequential "Right-to-Left" hand I had below was not evaluated as a "Golden" winner... Or the software is cheating:



While the "gold" color almost always appears when a die is in the proper sequential winning position, I did not notice it on the "9" when it was in the first position, which is where it would need to be for a "Golden Straight" win, so it could be possible that the gold color does not always appear... or the software is cheating.
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September 6th, 2016 at 7:28:50 PM permalink
Quote: Ayecarumba

Quote: miplet

When you play some dice will turn a gold color. I thought this following would have been a golden Royal, but was just a high straight.



Your die in this image appear to be in sequential order. They are even received the gold color overlay. Why no 50X gold win?

Probably a programming error in the fake money version. After playing for a while I realized if the first die was a 9, it would be golden and any other dice in the correct spot for a golden straight would be good. If the first die was something else, all correct spots for golden Royal would be gold.
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September 6th, 2016 at 7:50:50 PM permalink
Quote: miplet

According to this:



Thank you! Very good searching. My reading of that is a golden royal is a sequential high straight. I guess there is an arbitrary method for determining order.
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September 6th, 2016 at 7:53:15 PM permalink
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After playing some free hands at the demo linked by the Wizard, it appears that the order of the dice is determined by where they land in three layers moving away from you....



Also, very good work! Thank you!
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September 6th, 2016 at 8:13:09 PM permalink
Here is my analysis of the game.

Hand Pays Permutations Probability Return
Golden royal 50 1 0.000129 0.006430
Golden straight 35 1 0.000129 0.004501
Five of a kind 20 6 0.000772 0.015432
High straight 6 119 0.015303 0.091821
Low straight 4 119 0.015303 0.061214
Four of a kind 4 150 0.019290 0.077160
Full house 3 300 0.038580 0.115741
Three of a kind 2 1,200 0.154321 0.308642
Two pair 1 1,800 0.231481 0.231481
Pair of aces 0.5 600 0.077160 0.038580
All other 0 3,480 0.447531 0.000000
Total 7,776 1.000000 0.951003


Anybody disagree?
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September 6th, 2016 at 8:47:50 PM permalink
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Here is my analysis of the game.
......
Anybody disagree?


Low straight pays 5
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September 7th, 2016 at 4:31:26 AM permalink
Quote: miplet

Low straight pays 5



You're right.

Hand Pays Permutations Probability Return
Golden royal 50 1 0.000129 0.006430
Golden straight 35 1 0.000129 0.004501
Five of a kind 20 6 0.000772 0.015432
High straight 6 119 0.015303 0.091821
Low straight 5 119 0.015303 0.076517
Four of a kind 4 150 0.019290 0.077160
Full house 3 300 0.038580 0.115741
Three of a kind 2 1,200 0.154321 0.308642
Two pair 1 1,800 0.231481 0.231481
Pair of aces 0.5 600 0.077160 0.038580
All other 0 3,480 0.447531 0.000000
Total 7,776 1.000000 0.966307
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September 20th, 2016 at 12:14:57 PM permalink
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I think that a golden royal/straight has the same relationship to a normal royal/straight as a golden shower has to a normal shower.



LMAO

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