Here is a tweet:

https://mobile.twitter.com/ssbledsoe...87814426951680
Guy quotes Mickey Crimm math. A “Minor” jackpot at $482 will hit (on average) at $491 per Mickey (which is the essence of MC’s tweet).

Why $491? Because $482 + 500 is $982. The mid-point of these two numbers is $491.

Suppose a hustler saw a Minor at $480, does that mean on average it hits at $490 (regardless of RTP, meter movement, etc)? Now suppose that hustler quit at $482 and Mickey Crimm showed; that original $490 mid-point must now be $491 per Mickey Crimm. But suppose the original hustler didn’t quit but took a bathroom break at $482 and came back ... so does the hustler use the original $490 mid-point number or does he now have to use $491? Hmmm.

And no, I am not surprised Mickey Crimm believes in the midpoint approach.

Btw, for the Ainsworth $10K, the meter movement was 15 basis point in Northern California but 10 basis points in Reno, just next door. 50% faster meter movement in N. Cali than Reno.

The tweet that started the conversation where Mickey Crimm math was being quoted was here:

https://mobile.twitter.com/kybourbon...54101311729664
And “kybourbon” claims the meter movement for the $10K Major was 1 penny per $5 in coin in (based on my limited understanding of his tweet). 0.01 / 5.00 is 20 basis points.

Somehow Mickey Crimm math of the mid-point approach works identically for 10 bp, 15 bp, or 20 bp meter movement for the $10K major’s.

I’ve been saying, I wasn’t there. I didn’t see Mickey Crimm take down 9x$500 Minors so I don’t know anything about Mickey Crimm’s ACTUAL RESULTS. I will tell you that I’ve been paid thousands in finder fees on the $10K’s using the B/E approach but Mickey Crimm will tell you I don’t know turkey shit about these MH’s.

By the way, one guy regularly drops $10K majors (for RTP’s at 93%) while DELIBERATELY chasing the $500 Minors using option math but per Mickey Crimm I still I don’t know turkey shit about MH’s.

Silly little old me.