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Jstark
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Re: Must hit by slots!

Post by Jstark »

"Must Hit By" slots are everywhere. The problem is, most civilians get on them too low and keep playing until they hit. They'll even go as far as to get slot attendants to lock up a machine while they leave the casino to go get more money if necessary.

OTABILL
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Post by OTABILL »

Jstark wrote:
Sun Nov 29, 2020 1:56 pm
"Must Hit By" slots are everywhere. The problem is, most civilians get on them too low and keep playing until they hit. They'll even go as far as to get slot attendants to lock up a machine while they leave the casino to go get more money if necessary.
Civilians? Strange use of that nomenclature.

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Post by billryan »

OTABILL wrote:
Mon Nov 30, 2020 9:46 am
Jstark wrote:
Sun Nov 29, 2020 1:56 pm
"Must Hit By" slots are everywhere. The problem is, most civilians get on them too low and keep playing until they hit. They'll even go as far as to get slot attendants to lock up a machine while they leave the casino to go get more money if necessary.
Civilians? Strange use of that nomenclature.
That's actually one of the nicer terms that Advantage Players use for the run of the mill casino player. Would you prefer "rubes'"?

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Post by FAA »

The Caesars JOB Progressive is not a MHB. But it is generally a good idea to grind it when over $1,060, as it never seems to hit even $1,100. Yesterday I left it at $1,069 to enjoy NFL sports book lounging. Five hours later, sure enough it was $1,003. I should probably have some BR on Sundays to at least enable me to opt for a potential grind.

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Post by billryan »

At $1,069 is it in positive territory?

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Post by olds442jetaway »

I find it interesting that at my home casino, many of the best machines are disabled in the name of covid. Especially the ones that were my favorite. They also tore up the other day a ultra high roller table game area and replaced it with you guessed it the latest loud and ultra bright irritating slots. I think the handwriting is on the wall for any vp worth playing. No doubt the slots they put in pay off in the 88 percent range. Out of the thousands of slots and vp machines at Mohegan Sun, I can count on one hand the remaining playable games that are over 99 percent.

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Post by FAA »

$1,069 is still negative. But from observation, it’s about as good as it gets on the bank. If it feels like you can really hang around and grind at little expense, you may want to operate. The damn CW door behind it is a complete PITA.

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Post by advantage playe »

clued in blackjack players would call them ploppies . not sure if thats more considerate ?!! rather than civilians .

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Post by FAA »

I haven't heard that term in over a year, I'd say. Would you say the five hour Caesars JOB grinder was a ploppie or just a grinder?

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Post by advantage playe »

depends on a few items , like mailers and a plethera of other points. i like the word plethera , it simply means alot. so y not just say alot ? because it makes u sound smarter . notice how smart i am since i mispelled a plethera of words !! lol !!

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