Bingo is played in many Las Vegas casinos. Basically, it’s the same game you may have played as a child or in church. Players buy cards with numbers on them corresponding to the five letters in the word B-l-N-G-O. Numbers such as B-2 or 0-68 are then drawn at random until one player completes a “Bingo” by covering five numbers in a vertical, horizontal or diagonal row on one of their cards.
Bingo in Las Vegas takes the game a little further however. Many variations including “Letter X”, “Six Pack”, “Coverall” and “Indian Style Papoose” Bingo are offered. Additionally, some properties offer special progressive payouts as high as $10,000. Rules, payouts and variations vary from property to property. Bingo brochures detailing particular games and payouts are available at each respective location.
WagerLogic Multi-Hand Poker
WagerLogic have just introduced a much need addition to their software, multi-hand Video Poker! You can now play all their single line Video Poker games (including the progressive Video Poker) in 3-play, 5-play and 10-play.
Although the single play versions still have the unusual ‘half-moon’ card display, the new x-play games are displayed in the standard format that Video เว็บคาสิโน Poker players are familiar with.
single line video poker 3-play video poker
5-play video poker 10-play video poker
All x-play games are available in the same cash denominations as single line games which means that you can play up to $250 per hand on the 10-play Video Poker. With their double bonus game paying 100.0367% (99.9367% + 0.1% comps) this opens up the possibility to play advantage Video Poker with these new games – but there are a few catches.
The 3-play games is fine but in the 5-play version there is a noticeable time lag between hands, even when using a high speed connection. In the 10-play version this time lag is very long. With all sound and animation turned off this results in the ability to play approximately 270 starting hands/hour (2700 hands/hour). This means that it is actually better to play the 5-play version which allows up to 1000 starting hands/hour (5000 hands/hour).
Another point to note is the WagerLogic buffer problem. This means that if you click the deal button twice the software remembers the second click and as soon as the starting hand is dealt it will redraw all 5 cards. The time lag between hands will probably result in this happening through impatience or thinking that the button has not been pressed, with x-play Video Poker this can be a VERY expensive mistake.
So, how much is it possible to make from the Double Bonus Video Poker? Using the 5-play machine we can get through 1000 starting hands/hour at $5/coin ($125/hand) which is a total playthru of $125,000. Including comps we have a return of 100.0367 which gives us a total return of $45.88/hour
That’s a hefty amount of wagering for $45.88/hour return, and at a more sensible hands/hour rate of 800 it would result in only a $36.70 but the multi-hand poker also offers another way to turn a profit.
The two progressive games offered by WagerLogic (25c and $1 8/5 Jacks or Better) often go over the 100% mark, and the ability to play multi-hand versions of the progressive Video Poker games gives you an edge over those playing the single play version due to the increased number of hands playable and therefore you are more likely to hit the Jackpot before other players.
With the 100%+ Double Bonus Video Poker and the progressive games, WagerLogic casinos have always been a good software for advantage Video Poker players but with the addition of the x-play games they have become a must have download.