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Table Games UTH Paytables

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by Labeeb, Oct 24, 2014.

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  1. Labeeb

    Labeeb Low-Roller

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    What is the "norm" when it comes to UTH paytables on the Strip? I just started toying around with this game, and I can see why it's popular (at least around these parts). From what I understand, rating the game varies from company to company as well?
     
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    They're all the same, except the "Trips" bet.
    99% of the time, you'll see the 2% H.E. one (8 units for FullHouse / 7 units for Flush)
    .5% of the time you'll see the 3% H.E. one (7 units for FullHouse / 6 units for Flush)
    .5% of the time you'll see the 1% H.E. one (9 units for FullHouse / 7 units for Flush)

    For rating, I think they vary..from BAD (ONLY rating the Ante + Blind bet) to GOOD (Rating Ante + Blind + 2x Ante)
     
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    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    If you're talking about the "Trips" Paytable, I think it's usually 8/7/4 (full house/flush/straight), which is a house edge of 3.5%. The "Blind" bet paytable is fixed to be the same nationwide (31.47% house edge, which must be made up for through skillful play, optimal strategy lowers the house edge to 2.185% of an ante).

    http://wizardofodds.com/games/ultimate-texas-hold-em/
     
  4. Labeeb

    Labeeb Low-Roller

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    Yes, I should have been more specific, the trips paytable.

    From what I've put together the game isn't that readily available? Only a table here and there in each property?
     
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    My local SoCal casinos is usually the 8/6/5 paytable for the "Trips" wager. On the Las Vegas Strip, it is usually 8/7/4.
     
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    Most of the strip properties that have the game will have two tables. MGM Grand still only has one table.
     
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