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UK VP Sucky pay table

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by CJ's, Feb 8, 2015.

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  1. CJ's

    CJ's Low-Roller

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    I ventured out to a casino at home last nigh, first time in years if memory serves :faint: ( GF was away with her relies lol ) I keep my powder dry for Vegas twice a year :peace:

    Ended up at The Empire Casino in Leicester Square as it's "linked" to the Total Rewards group in Vegas I though I might be able to generate some interest :rolleyes2:
    Played some slots won a little lost a little there wasn't a great deal to choose from really maybe 6 - 10 games that I recognise from Vegas the rest were Meh!

    Then I happened upon one with some card games and found this, which I guess is as close to VP as I have ever seen in the UK but man the pay table sucked. :eek:
    The play was slightly odd, cant put my finger on exactly what maybe it was the auto hold feature that threw me as I'm not used to that. But after a while I got bored as the pays were abysmal and I wont play 6/5 in Vegas let alone here :vomit:

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    Being related to TR in Vegas I really think they are missing a trick with this. If they were to revise their pay table, with particular attention to the RF, I think it would generate a lot more attention particularly if they were offering £4k like they do in Vegas. But I'm guessing there are some gaming rules here that make it difficult, cant say I'm all that gened up on the in's and out's of UK gaming regulations.

    I personally think the "Asian" content of casino's here ( nothing racist The Empire is just round the corner from China Town in London ) would be drawn away from the multitude of video roulette wheels, which seem to dominate the casino floors here, and pump a lot of money through these if they were promoted better but I guess that's JMO.

    Hell I would probably be tempted out of my shell more here if they offered comparable pay tables :licklips:
     
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    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    The Royal Payout is terrible for sure, and a straight only pays 3 for 1, bleh. At that rate I might play slots. The game is only 92.38%. But I have seen 94.18% (8/5/4 Double Bonus) in Vegas before sadly.

    Do you know what those progressive numbers represent? How do you win that?

    And certain UK casinos can offer £4k or greater prizes. Empire should be one of those casinos.
     
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    The Progressive numbers are for a feature, that unfortunately I never hit so I can't give the full SP, called FORT KNOX.

    If you get 3 or more symbols (or was it 5) on your play lines, not sure if they have to be on a pay line or if they are scatters, you enter the feature round where you can win the Minor, Major or Grand Jackpot. No Idea how it would work on a card game :confused2:
    That's all I can tell you I'm afraid. I did pop into The Hippodrome a few doors down and their Grand Jackpot was over £16k. They probably had the same amount of slots tho they did have 1 peculiar version of Roulette where a spinning basket of lotto numbers selected the winning number rather than a standard wheel :confused2: with the background flashing lights it looked quite mesmerising though if you had photo epilepsy I wouldn't advise staring too long sent my eyes whappy watching from a distance :eek:
     
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