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Video Poker Best 3 hand VP machines center strip?

Discussion in 'Video Poker' started by AceRothstein80, Jan 19, 2017.

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  1. AceRothstein80

    AceRothstein80 Low-Roller

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    I am looking for as the post says, a 3 hand VP machine, center strip - prefer CET, Mlife is 2nd choice - that has the best pay table

    I am sort of novice when it comes to VP, in terms of finding the very best pay tables. I do look through this forum and read the v2p sites, sometimes it makes my head spin reading all the options.

    So, for 3 handed games with the best pay table, can someone point them out to me?
     
  2. grosx2

    grosx2 Have fun storming the castle!

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    Type of game you want to play and denomination are both necessary to be able to offer any helpful advice.
     
  3. AceRothstein80

    AceRothstein80 Low-Roller

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    for the 3 hand, I prefer .25 machine, so $1.25 per line x3 for $3.75 a spin

    Whatever best odds are. I sometimes get a lil confused on which is the very best pay table. I always hold according to best strategy, I carry the card in my wallet.

    I look for 9/6. I almost never find a machine, if it is 9/6 that pays 2:1 on 2 pairs. Lot of times I will play the games that pay off certain 4 of a kind hands more so than others.

    I know the game and the strategies to play it correct, just not the best at sorting through the highest % games.
     
  4. JeJas

    JeJas VIP Whale

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    seems like you are talking about 9/6 JoB.
    Only Cromwell has it at 0.25 level and it's single line only.
    You can't find any other place at 0.25 level on the Strip. period.
     
  5. spinette

    spinette Low-Roller

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    Also be aware that these machines require $50 coin-in per point.
     
  6. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    For CET, the best multiline bonus games you'll find are likely 6/5 Bonus. If variance isn't an issue, you may be able to find 6/5 Super DDB (97.69%) or 6/5 Super Aces Bonus (97.78%). Also if you can handle the swings, 6/5 Bonus with Ultimate X isn't bad either (~98%). I think all of those options are still available at TAG at Linq for bartops as well.


    For MLife, Aria will have 7/5 Bonus (98.01%) with an optional STP/DSTP bet for quarters. Luxor also has it on their STP games.
     
  7. eksantirik

    eksantirik High-Roller

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    I don't remember the payline, but Bellagio had 5c triple spin poker (you can bet 18 lines times 5 max bet I think). It was a lot of fun to play, and I got my first ever straight flush on that.
     
  8. MatthewNL

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    Luxor and Excalibur high limit rooms have 9/6 Triple Double Bonus on 3 line play $0.25 denom / $3.75 per. Game is %98.15 payback but high variance :) They also have 9/5 JOB and other games on those machines. All Star poker in the HL rooms and set it down to $0.25.
     
  9. TIMSPEED

    TIMSPEED The biggest Degenerate on VMB

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    Row #802 at aria period.
     
  10. yube baroke

    yube baroke Tourist

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    Or just play Ultimate Aces, or as I like to call them...Ultimate Aarons...lol. Pay tables suck, but the payoffs are huge! This game is available at Paris and PH. I want to say the denoms are 10c/25c/50c/$1.
     
  11. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    At the quarter level, they are tough to beat. Especially 8/6 Boner Deluxe w/Double Super Times Pay (98.99%).
     
  12. WHITEJACKET73

    WHITEJACKET73 High-Roller

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    Go to the website: VPfree2.com. Click on "Casinos" in the upper left and then click for Las Vegas. All of the Vegas casinos will come up, showing the best VP paytables available in each establishment...both single and multiple line machines. I used this site to find a 25 cent 9/6 JOB VP machine at Harrah's Laughlin last week. Yeah, a full pay machine at the quarter level at a CET casino....miracles do happen.
     
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  13. boxofbirds

    boxofbirds Royal Flushless

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    Besides the row 802 machines at Aria mentioned above I really like to play the Triple Play 8/5 BP machines at Aria, but they are $1, or $15 a spin at max bet. They are outside the high limit room, I think there are two or three of them.
     
  14. wolfdog

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    Next to Bellagio buffet, (2) 3-play FP BP spin pokers. 25c. I think there's a restroom across the main aisle. Or maybe a phone booth. South of buffet.
    You're welcome.
     
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