|Originally posted by lucky10|
I think your machines a set a little tight for beginers. It discourages them from playing even if it is for free.
C. G. Collins
I've been playing supertimes pay for several years and it's become one of my favorite games. I have gotten some incredible jackpots with low denominations on these machines. The game on this website plays virtually identically to those in the casinos.
Keep in mind though, that this is a game with high variance, especially when played as double double bonus, which is a high variance game to begin with. High variance means the game has large swings up and down. On supertimes, you also bet an extra credit per hand to activate the multiplier which adds to the swings or variance.
The key to this game is to play a low, affordable denomination with a fair pay table and wait the game out. Even if you're playing 10-play nickels, for a $3.00 wager you win $20,000 if you get dealt a royal flush with a 10x multiplier. While the odds of this happening are staggering, it is possible, so the game must compensate for that with the extra credit per hand bet.
Go to wizardofodds.com and look at the pay tables for supertimes vs regular games and you will find that supertimes increases the return by approxiamately 0.8-0.9% across the board.