Aces, Jokers and Smokers. High Limit Video Poker VLOG 161

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For Patreon and Channel Members this is part 4 of session # 23 of the year and you can see my 21 different statistics I track from the session on the file you have access to.

Aces, Jokers and Smokers. High Limit 161

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  1. To get Shockwave to hit you are going to have to invest a lot of money, or just get lucky. Good luck.

  2. “Damnit, switched the game”. Do you guys actually believe that all the games share the same deck?? I firmly believe each game has it’s own algorithm, as does each denom bet. Stays in line with my firm belief that the DRAW isn’t decided as a package deal with the Deal, but rather dependant on what the algorithm is wanting to pay out at the time, hence holding 1 card and getting a royal, etc.

    1. Yeah, I believe in RNG. That’s it. I don’t take in consideration of percentages and mathematics of slot machines. I went to Fremont, after walking through other casinos. I played Triple Double on $2 denom just for fun on $100 roll. Held an Ace got 3 more all within 5 minutes of being there I got 1600

    2. I can’t believe no one sees it. Either no one gets it or its a well kept secret how this and vegas works.

  3. Hi Andrew – you made the right hold. The re-rack had a return of 1.6409, holding the 6,7 suited had a return of 1.6047. The payback on this game with 85 for the 4 o a k is at 98.0854%

  4. Turn on a dime!!! Boom… good long play- I played 1000 hands last week and I was 91.3% I thought I was better… tough to keep a thumb on all the games

  5. The El Cortez was owned for many years by Jackie Gaughan. He lived at the El Cortez until he died in 2014. The Owners Suite can be rented for a fairly reasonable $1000 a night. Jackie’s son does own South Point and the airport slot concession, but the El Co is owned by Kenny Epstein and his family. He and Jackie were business partners for the last 20 years or so. Kenny bought out Jackie’s interest in 2008, but as part of the deal, Jackie kept his penthouse and ate for free in the restaurant until he passed. The El Cortez tower opened in 1980 so he lived there for 34 years.

    1. Met Jackie several times. He was frequently walking the casino floor, and if he noticed that someone was getting a handpay jackpot, he’d go over so the winner could get a picture with him. I think we’ve got at least three different pictures of my wife with him from different trips. A hands-on owner who loved meeting his customers. Those were the days.

  6. Cortez has the best host in Nords and a great manager in Adam. Fun spot wish I could go as much as I use to.

  7. Love ❤️ joker poker! Hit a natural royal on it the other day. Only quarter denom but it paid $1175

    1. Right below the Tax threshold! That’s why I love Quarter Denom! You can play a lot longer!

  8. My dad used to called deuces wild and jokers wild, sissy games. I’m not a fan of either but some folks like them a lot. I was sitting next to a woman who I see often at Gunlake, and she only plays deuces wild. She was lecturing me on how it was the best game to play. A few moments later I got dealt four aces with a kicker on three hands ($1) and she stopped bugging me for a while! 🙂

  9. When it only gives you 85 coins on a 4 quads, it’s time to get out. Good luck 👍

  10. I used to enjoy KoBJW when you could find it in full-pay 20/7 (100.7%). It’s a complicated strategy (especially the bottom third of the chart, Joker+misc holdings) but it was a fun challenge to master. But this paytable (17/7) returns a measly 98.6%. That’s a LONG way to make up with freeplay, cashback, loss rebates, etc. EV on a 1000-hand session at $2 denomination is minus $140.

  11. Man, I never learned JW perfectly for fear of my head exploding, but you’re not even close. And I wouldn’t play anything less that 18/7/5

  12. “I’m a Joker, I’m a Smoker, I’m a Midnight Toker”
    I always hit the Natural Quad on Dueces Wild but can never hit them on JoB, Bonus Poker, or anything where it actually matters

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