How do I get a lucky royal flush on first deal?

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nannypoo
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Re: How do I get a lucky royal flush on first deal?

Post by nannypoo »

What I mean is I get more 4 Aces 2s 3s 4s and while I of course get 3 to 4 cards to the Royal and play it, I do better with the Aces.

meldomorris
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Post by meldomorris »

I've gotten lucky with few royals but never had it flop. just keep good vibes and press deal.

Celifrog
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Post by Celifrog »

You most likely can't.

Just look at pay tables and notice them.
This is based off of Jacks or Better vv
Try to find the best one in the casino even if it's 7/5 instead of 6/5.
Try to get as close to 9/6 as you possibly can! :)
After I moved from 6/5 to 8/6 jacks or better, I got a LOT more lucky! ^_^ I haven't gotten a royal but, I've gotten a LOT better hands!
6/5 Is crap! ugh.

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Post by Celifrog »

FloridaPhil wrote:
Sat Mar 28, 2020 4:07 am
Here's what one looks like. Enjoy.
Never knew there were gameking machines that came with black backgrounds.

Morris79
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Post by Morris79 »

My wife has gotten 4 dealt royals, me zero....Just timing i guess

TripleTriple
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Post by TripleTriple »

All single line games utilizing a 52 card deck have the same likelihood of a dealt royal flush regardless of pay table, no?

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Post by olds442jetaway »

I don’t think so if there are 52 cards plus some additional wild cards. Otherwise I would say yes, and haven’t thought any exceptions as long as there are 52 cards total in the deck.

Jstark
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Post by Jstark »

A dealt, natural royal with a standard 52 card deck is 1 in 649,740 no matter the game or pay table.

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Post by TripleTriple »

Jstark wrote:
Mon Apr 26, 2021 2:18 pm
A dealt, natural royal with a standard 52 card deck is 1 in 649,740 no matter the game or pay table.
Right. So looking at pay tables, glitzy flashing lights, prominent locations, previous history of jackpots, sticky buttons, different graphics, denominations, multipliers, bonuses, etc., ad nauseum is irrelevant...
1 in 649,740. Or, if you prefer: 4 in 2,598,960. Never mind the first deal, if you get it in the first 250k - 500k deals you can consider yourself fortunate.

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Post by Burtwithau »

I have had two dealt royal flushes in my life. The last one occurred on October 23rd 2013 (had to look up the date). It was the first game of the 2013 World Series between my Cardinals and the Red Sox. The Cardinals weren't playing well but had a chance with the bases loaded and 1 out. David Freese though bounced into a double play and I said crap, I could be at the casino watching this game. So I went to the St. Charles Ameristar and promptly started playing the 1$ coin Double Double Bonus VP game. I was up 415$ when the game ended (8-1 Red Sox). So I played 3 more games and was going to cash out. I lost the first 2 and hit the button for the third and last game of the evening and got a diamond Royal Flush DEALT. $4000 hand-pay later and I was on my way. I always say I should give David Freese 10% or $400 for hitting into the double play. LOL

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