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Video Poker $2 VP on the strip?

Discussion in 'Video Poker' started by RebelDiceMan, May 16, 2017.

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  1. RebelDiceMan

    RebelDiceMan VIP Whale

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    There are some casinos on the MS Gulf Coast that have $2 VP at their VP bars. Can anyone recommend some VP bars that might have that denomination in Las Vegas? We are going out there next week and I would like to hit some $2 machines. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. sabre

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    Cosmo bars (not sure if all or which ones) have $2... payback similar to $1 in the thread above.
     
  4. zignerlv

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    A positive EV? That's a pretty tall order for a 7/5 BP. How much was the progressive then?
     
  5. flyguyfl

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    Good luck on the VP Diceman and let us know how the wedding goes. Hope you are recording it.
     
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    Would have needed to be over 16k on $2 game.
     
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    Yes, I know, somewhere around $15,300 would be break even. That's why I'm questioning what the amount was. It would rare to find a progressive that high.
     
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    I assume the $2 meters feed only two dollar games...

    Not sure it is that rare, I've seen quarters at that level multiple times at my local. About $1900.

    And it is possible at the bar playing $2 1 coin is more common than normal.
     
  9. RebelDiceMan

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    Hey Fly guy, I am getting a DVD or the ceremony but you can watch it live. Check what I put on the Biloxi board about getting to the live stream of the wedding.
     
  10. sabre

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    It was north of 16k. Rare but not unheard of for a .5% meter game. I played a 14k $1 machine with that meter rate at Cosmo once. That was rare. And no, I didn't hit either.
     
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