Unless I'm misunderstanding something about the 1st payable.... something isn't right. I'm not even going to run it, but I can tell you this, the game would be near 200%, even the worst player would beat it silly(just play as fast as you can and don't worry about a strategy). So there is no way it can't be gaffed. Send me a link Via PM if you want. I will check it out. Either I'm misunderstanding, you missed something, or this place is rouge as hell.Quote: Joelesely
I've noticed some online casinos that have Jack's or better with over 100% return calculated using wizzard of ozz calculator. the question is I'm struggling to keep up with optimal strategy because of this. I tried using the strategy analyzer but failed to fully comprehend the chart! In general for Jack's or better I use a personal trainer app that is verified for using optimal strategy on 9/6 Jack's or better 99.54% return. And for some touch ups I can use the wizzard off odds hands calculator and look up some exceptional hands. But when playing Jack's or better online with over 100% payout it's very difficult to grasp the chart since there is no personal trainer with adjusted payouts online. So I'd like advice how to go about this. I'll now list 2 pay tables that I'm having trouble with. JACKS or better table #1 coins based on 1. Pair 1x. 2 pair 2x. 3 of kind 3x. Straight 4x. Flush 10x. Full house 20x. Four of kind 100x. Straight flush 300x. Royal flush 1700x. Jack's or better table #2 based on 1 coin. Pair 1x. 2 pair 2x. 3 of kind 3x. Straight 4x. Flush 6x. Full house 9x. Four of kind 25x. Straight flush 50x. Royal flush 20,000x.
2nd pay table is more in line, however, I think even average person would have an advantage on that as well. We are talking somewhere near a 10% advantage. People probably lose 3.5% on average playing a regular 9/6.
I guess it could be possible a new casino messed up somehow or a casino changed their software and made a mistake. There is just no way this could be legit and be around for longer than a week with any real play.
After thought* Is this even for real money? If not, it would have been nice for you to have included that information.
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2. The machines are almost certainly gaffed. You'll lose when they want you to buy virtual coins, no matter what the paytable says.
3. Doubtful anyone cares about the math if they're not real games. Those for entertainment only can offer whatever they want, since they'll never have to pay you.
Have fun with it. Axel's estimates seem pretty close. Perhaps that's good enough for your purposes?