What game/s pays out the highest?

Bubbles

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Just a small time player here so not sure what game or tournaments that pays the highest.
 
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Casino games?
paying out the highest doesn't mean it's the best to play
You want to play a game that has the lowest house edge.

using Basic strategy, Blackjack has the lowest edge for the house, at about 1%

Baccarat is about 1.09% house edge as long as you stay away from the tie bet, Player and Banker is the way to go
But I'll admit that while I play, I like to track the plays and will go for the tie bet once in a while.

Craps is my favorite and has a house edge of 1.4%
if you play the pass line you should always wager Full odds behind, this is where the money is and has a house edge of less than 1%
Most casinos have 3,4 and 5X Odds ( depending on the number )
You can have a great time playing craps, but you can also lose fast.

I hope that helps you a little
Good luck
 

chilidog

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I used to like playing casino games, but after working at an online book/casino, I'll never play an online casino game again.

When you signup with vendors (the suppliers of the actual games), they straight up ask you how much money you want to make off of each game. You set the percentage you want to pay out per game and over what amount of time. You join the vendor's network for the large jackpot wins, which covers the huge payouts so the book doesn't have exposure.
 

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I used to like playing casino games, but after working at an online book/casino, I'll never play an online casino game again.

When you signup with vendors (the suppliers of the actual games), they straight up ask you how much money you want to make off of each game. You set the percentage you want to pay out per game and over what amount of time. You join the vendor's network for the large jackpot wins, which covers the huge payouts so the book doesn't have exposure.
How do you even sign up with the vendors? This is an actual physical casino?
 

chilidog

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Just reach out to them (phone or email). It's a similar process for both physical games and online. There's so many tradeshows you can go. They set them up where it almost looks like a casino floor, except there's booths all over the place.
 

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I will try to check on this. Thanks Chili.
Just reach out to them (phone or email). It's a similar process for both physical games and online. There's so many tradeshows you can go. They set them up where it almost looks like a casino floor, except there's booths all over the place.
 

smudge41

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I used to like playing casino games, but after working at an online book/casino, I'll never play an online casino game again.

When you signup with vendors (the suppliers of the actual games), they straight up ask you how much money you want to make off of each game. You set the percentage you want to pay out per game and over what amount of time. You join the vendor's network for the large jackpot wins, which covers the huge payouts so the book doesn't have exposure.
That reminds me of a question that I have had for a long time, in an online casino, are you playing against the casino or are you really playing against all the other players?

For example, if the casino says we are going to make 20% on all bets and you then come into the game after there have been big losses by the other players, will the software will be easier to 'beat' as it reverts to the mean of paying 20% to the casino?
 

chilidog

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That reminds me of a question that I have had for a long time, in an online casino, are you playing against the casino or are you really playing against all the other players?

For example, if the casino says we are going to make 20% on all bets and you then come into the game after there have been big losses by the other players, will the software will be easier to 'beat' as it reverts to the mean of paying 20% to the casino?

Technically, you would be playing against all the other players, but there is no set time for that 20%. It won't be on a daily basis. It'll be over years. For example, if you watch a player on a slot machine feed it $10,000 and no wins, then that player finally gets up and loses. That doesn't mean that the machine is now due. Sure, it certainly could, but it's not programmed to pay out 80% winners for that day. That machine could dump out 7 jackpots in a row at any given time; it just doesn't matter over any given time period what happens, because that 80% payout (which is really really low) is determined over a longer period of time.

Casino games are for entertainment. Consider them the same as playing a video game. Don't plan on making any money. If you do, it was pure luck. You're not beating them. Just as you can't beat the lotto. Totally random.
 
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