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Video Poker Best Deuces Wild VP?

Discussion in 'Video Poker' started by SimpleLasVegas, Apr 1, 2017.

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  1. SimpleLasVegas

    SimpleLasVegas Low-Roller

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    I checked a little on VP2free but I was getting confused with all of the abbreviations. What casinos have some of the Dueces wild pay tables?
     
  2. dex844

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    The main variants are:

    100.76% FPDW, available at Stations and Fiestas

    99.73% NSUD, available mostly at Vegas locals casinos

    98.91% LV Airport/Illinois Deuces, available at many casinos
     
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  3. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    On VPFree2, they define deuces in two classes, DW and DW44. The "44" means four of a kinds and full houses pay 4 for 1 each. At "full pay", quads are 5 for 1 and full houses are 3 for 1

    If you're looking at strip listings, it's not too common to find any of those games dex listed at lower denominations. At the quarter level 25/16/13/4/3/2/2/1 = 96.77% (aka "Colorado Deuces") is pretty common.

    If you're looking for the best game possible, all the Stations casinos have a few "full pay" deuces games, but they do earn very little in way of comps. The best paying bartops are at South Point which offer NSUD.

    Where there any particular casinos you were looking for?
     
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  4. SimpleLasVegas

    SimpleLasVegas Low-Roller

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    Thanks for the responses guys. I'll be staying downtown for my upcoming trip. Trying to figure out the sweet spots for "DW".
     
  5. dex844

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    You can find NSUD at any of the Boyd properties (California, Fremont, Main Street Station) downtown.

    El Cortez apparently still has a couple of 100.92% Double Deuces machines, but they require coins, and I assume they're slow.

    If you enjoy hanging out with the homeless, Jerry's Nugget north of downtown has NSUD.
     
  6. SimpleLasVegas

    SimpleLasVegas Low-Roller

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    Thanks. Anyone know where the double deuces game is at the El Co? I looked for it last time and couldn't find it.
     
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    I haven't looked recently, but the two machines are reportedly on the north side of the casino beyond hotel check-in, in the area near the gift shop/hotel elevators/Subway restaurant. They may look the same as the 99.62% double deuces machines, except they display a higher payout for straight flushes and natural royals.
     
  8. SimpleLasVegas

    SimpleLasVegas Low-Roller

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    OK i remember reading this. Maybe on LVA but is there even a subway at ElCo?
     
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    The Subway is in a back corner. I think it looks out toward the intersection of Ogden and 6th.
     
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    Yeah "Downtown Deuces" is technically the best deuces game left in the country I think.

    If you like bartop service, also keep the 4 Queens in mind. All their bars have quarter Airport Deuces with a progressive royal.
     
  11. SimpleLasVegas

    SimpleLasVegas Low-Roller

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    Thanks, I'll see if I can find that sucker.
     
  12. dex844

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    That's a good suggestion because compared to Boyd, I think 4 Queens has a better overall slot club and mail offers.
     
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    That Deuces Wild progressive at the Four Queens can get pretty high. I was playing it last year once when it was almost $1800. Didn't hit it, of course. I did hit the 10/7 Double Bonus progressive on the machines under Magnolia's a couple of years ago. $1302, just enough to have to file a 1099G!
     
  14. SimpleLasVegas

    SimpleLasVegas Low-Roller

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    Awesome! How many progressive machines are there?
     
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    I believe both 4 Queens bars are linked to the same meter. Both bars combined, I'd guess 15-20 machines.
     
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    There are three bars at the Four Queens that have the progressives. The Chicago Brew Pub upstairs also has them. All together there are probably 40-45 machines. These machines have various progressives on them, not only the deuces wild. And the progressives are on all three denominations ($.25, $.50, $1). Being at the bars, the $.25 progressives go up the quickest. If I remember correctly, the progressive on the airport deuces is breakeven at around $1,600.

    The Brew Pub is a good place to go on the weekends. Watch the games, have a beer, smoke a cigar and play VP!!!

    Don the Dentist
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    I played on both of these machines last October (so things may have changed). They do look exactly like the other DD machines in the area except showing the higher payouts --- the most noticeable is the payout for natural royals which, if I recall correctly, is in bigger font and a different color on these two machine.
     
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