pgkelly804
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September 28th, 2015 at 8:55:06 AM permalink
I would like to know what the Return Table for this game see in North Carolina is:

Royal 1000 2000 3000 4000 10000
Str8 Flsh 240
Four As 400
Four 2s - 4s 200
4 of a kind 100
Full House 18
Flush 15
Str8 8
3 of a kind 4
2 pair 3
9s or better 2
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September 28th, 2015 at 1:26:58 PM permalink
Quote: pgkelly804

I would like to know what the Return Table for this game see in North Carolina is:

Royal 1000 2000 3000 4000 10000
Str8 Flsh 240
Four As 400
Four 2s - 4s 200
4 of a kind 100
Full House 18
Flush 15
Str8 8
3 of a kind 4
2 pair 3
9s or better 2



I get 96.6611% RTP. I used the bottom table (DDB) from WoO Pick-em , pasted it to Excel, and put in your values (you'll have to add the multiplying in the last column and the sum at the bottom), using 2000 for the RF and assuming max bet of 5 units, which would make that 10000.

Note that nearly all the pay tables he analyzed on that page had better returns, assuming perfect strategy, (10 were better, 1 about the same, 2 slightly worse) so maybe you should be looking for a better game.
If the House lost every hand, they wouldn't deal the game.
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September 28th, 2015 at 5:16:33 PM permalink
Quote: beachbumbabs

I get 96.6611% RTP. I used the bottom table (DDB) from WoO Pick-em , pasted it to Excel, and put in your values (you'll have to add the multiplying in the last column and the sum at the bottom), using 2000 for the RF and assuming max bet of 5 units, which would make that 10000.

Note that nearly all the pay tables he analyzed on that page had better returns, assuming perfect strategy, (10 were better, 1 about the same, 2 slightly worse) so maybe you should be looking for a better game.



Why didn't you use JB's Analzyer? It has this game available to calculate return. And sadly, that's the default paytable for it. It pays 96.80% with max bet.

Pick 'em is often terrible unless you're playing the full pay version, unfortunately. :(
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September 28th, 2015 at 5:50:44 PM permalink
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Quote: beachbumbabs

I get 96.6611% RTP. I used the bottom table (DDB) from WoO Pick-em , pasted it to Excel, and put in your values (you'll have to add the multiplying in the last column and the sum at the bottom), using 2000 for the RF and assuming max bet of 5 units, which would make that 10000.

Note that nearly all the pay tables he analyzed on that page had better returns, assuming perfect strategy, (10 were better, 1 about the same, 2 slightly worse) so maybe you should be looking for a better game.



Why didn't you use JB's Analzyer? It has this game available to calculate return. And sadly, that's the default paytable for it. It pays 96.80% with max bet.

Pick 'em is often terrible unless you're playing the full pay version, unfortunately. :(



Not to be an ass, but I thought that's what I was using, sort of second-hand. :) I went looking for a bit, and finally came across what I think you're referencing.

http://wizardofodds.com/games/video-poker/analyzer/

Well, I wasn't off by far, I guess. Not sure where that .1389 went.
If the House lost every hand, they wouldn't deal the game.
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September 28th, 2015 at 6:14:43 PM permalink
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Well, I wasn't off by far, I guess. Not sure where that .1389 went.



Strategy differences between DDB and Bonus I'm guessing.
pgkelly804
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October 2nd, 2015 at 5:27:28 AM permalink
Thank you for the responses. Even without the tools you mention I was thinking that the payouts for straight and three-of-a-kind were low. I kind of like this game but will look for better odds.

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