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Massive unbelievable Cleopatra 2 bonus round - watch as we get super lucky with six retriggers and maxed out the free spins bonus! Big jackpot win on this one and super rare to see this happen on any high limit slot. Enjoy!
Home slots, not in a casino.
$500 denomination with 200 coins per spin equals $100K per spin. So he was down to his last 7 spins, hit a 50 spin bonus round, and won 972.3 free spins on the jackpot. The multipliers kept going up 1X on each spin though, lol!
Gotta love the soundtrack as Vegas learns to walk like an Egyptian in a megadrought. (No, that song wasn't used on this particular machine.)
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Restaurants I'll never see in my lifetime...
VP Denomgale, 200 credit buy-ins.https://wizardofvegas.com/forum/gambling/betting-systems/37153-chasing-quads-instead-of-royals/11/#post853807
You could double your denomination for every 200 coins you're down in the session.
$1 until -$200
$2 until -$600
$5 until -$1,600
$10 until -$3,600
$25 until -$8,600
Get this far you lost. If you win a Quads or better, reduce your denom based on the chart above.
Win to above $200, cash out and start over.
It really randomizes what denom you'll hit the Royal Flush or Straight Flush on.
I'm trying out this strategy with Double Double Bonus & Double Double Bonus Plus VP games with the higher payouts on Quads.
I'm getting $10 Free Plays so I could mix them in with this strategy.
I could double my denomination for every 40, 80, or 200 coins I'm down in the session, depending on the denom. Royal Flushes won't pay in full at less than 5 coins in.
$0.25 until -$10 (1 coin @ 25 cents) Chasing Quads
$0.50 until -$30 (2 coins @ 25 cents)
$1.25 until -$80 (5 coins @ 25 cents)
$2.50 until -$180 (5 coins @ 50 cents)
$5.00 until -$380 (5 coins @ $1)
Get this far I lost. If I win, reduce my denom based on the chart above.
Win to above $10, cash out and start over.
It really randomizes what denom I'll hit the Royal Flush or Straight Flush on.
Double Double Bonus, or Double Double Bonus Plus
For full pay Royal Flushes.
$1.25 until -$50 (5 coins @ 25 cents) Chasing Quads
$2.50 until -$150 (5 coins @ 50 cents)
$5.00 until -$350 (5 coins @ $1)
$10.00 until -$750 (5 coins @ $2)
$25.00 until -$1,750 (5 coins @ $5)
$15/$25 Craps table debut, odds betsI'm working on my debut $15 table strategy for the DP/PL. After the DP odds bet loses 1 time, I switch sides to the PL until a 7-out.
I'm trying to throw in a bit of 3X, 4X, 5X betting on the PL odds and 6X odds on the DP.
I've grown a bit tired of trying to win from the right side when hot shooters rarely arrive and the point 7-outs won't stop and I wind up 25 units behind. If I bet the dark side I would have been 25 units ahead. Since hot shooters ruin darksiders, I'm trying to split the field by switching sides after one odds loss. I could make it two odds losses, I may change my mind later.
If I'm on Bubble Craps with 2X Max Odds, I'll have an $18 line bet with $36 Don't odds, or $18, $24, $30 odds on the PL. A 15 bet buy-in would be $810 ($54 x 15).
If I'm on a real table with 3X, 4X, 5X odds, I'll have a $15 line bet with $90 Don't odds, or $45, $60, $75 odds on the PL. A 15 bet buy-in would be $1,575 ($105 x 15).
I asked if a 2nd craps table opened up and I was told it closed before I arrived and it was a $25 table. I couldn't get anybody who knew what the maximum bet was: $2,000 or $3,000 or more.
If I'm on Bubble Craps with 2X Max Odds, I'll have a $30 line bet with $60 Don't odds, or $30, $40, $50 odds on the PL. If I max out the line bet maximum, I could move over to the craps table and pick up where I left off at 2X Max Odds. A 15 bet buy-in would be $1350 ($90 x 15).
If I'm at a real table with 3X, 4X, 5X odds, I'll have a $30 line bet with $180 Don't odds, or $90, $120, $150 odds on the PL. A 15 bet buy-in would be $3,150 ($210 x 15).
I've had luck playing 3X odds on WinCraps before (beginner's luck) so I'd bet $20 on the line with $60 on the Don't odds, or $30, $40, $50 odds on the PL. A 15 bet buy-in would be $1,200 ($80 x 15).
"I'm trying to split the field by switching sides after one odds loss"
this is an excellent exercise for anyone who thinks there is such a thing as a table that is hot or cold. Not a table that *was* but a table that *is* hot or cold. If switching worked, there would be craps player-billionaires all over the world
Plus, for a bit of my own silly superstition, the dice happen to hate side switchers. I never switch sides during a session.
Why not consider playing both sides simultaneously, a la hedging using the DPL + odds as a base starting position? We all are aware that the dark side is going to win more often than point conversions, but during any given hand, numbers will be thrown prior to point resolution. I personally believe that most sessions will trend one way or the other and there are going to be players that will occasionally have hands that last beyond the 4-5 tosses. one can be observant and play accordingly. It is not voodoo or magic. I, like others at the table, am still guessing, but, for me, it has worked more often than not.
When a tourist rolls up and doesn't even know the rules of the game and establishes a point of 10 and spends the next 26 rolls not hitting it, but hits the 6 and 8 six times each, it would have been a better bet to bet the 6 & 8 instead of the PL.
As for switching sides: losing a bunch of PL odds bets then switching to the DP and then having a monster roll, the dice jpg is accurate.
Whack-A-Mole System for Craps Box NumbersWhack-A-Mole System for Craps Box Numbers (there must be another name, but dice is just another name for a way to lose)
Turning $360 to $3685 - Casino Quest - YouTube
$30 on the 4 & 10; $60 on the 5 & 9; $90 on the 6 & 8 = $360 buy-in per shooter, 5-10X+ buy-in preferred
If a number hits, move the bet to its sister number
If the sister number hits, move the bet to the most inside number left, split if both of those are available.
If you get all 6 numbers, count your winnings and rebet the $360 across 6 numbers.
Yes you can win twice in one hand and it could make you over $3K.
$90 on the 6 pays $105, move the $90 bet to the 8.
$180 on the 8 pays $210, split $90 to the 5 & 9 each.
$150 on the 5 pays $210, move the $150 to the 9
$300 on the 9 pays $420, move $150 to the 4 & 10 each.
$180 on the 4 pays $351, move the $180 to the 10
$360 on the 10 pays $702. Rebet all box numbers as before.
Total win is $1,998 Possible to raise bets to next level on each 6 point win.
It may pay different depending on how numbers roll and bets move, but you always have $360 on the felt.
So, it looks like the dice know which number to show, the sequence, and the avoidance of a 7 out. Do you suppose that rather than DI/DC, mind control of inanimate objects is at play here? Is there a school for this? I might be willing to fund a web site and seminars and advertising. One other thing, how many times in a row can one produce this gambit, and can one convert it to roulette too?