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[Tier: Vault]SNES Vegas Stakes (USA) in 04:24.77 by Burning Death.
snes9x movie (.smv) (date: 2004-09-26)
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Submission #258 — Author's comments
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Rating: 5.1 (19 votes)
- Heavy luck manipulation
- Genre: Sport

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If real life had savestates, you could be a millionaire.

With handy luck-manipulation, the author multiplies starting player money ($1000) by a hundred in a mere two betting rounds of roulette, then after breaking into the no-limit casino, multiplies the money by a hundred again with two betting rounds of craps. The player ends the game with 10 million dollars.

This version is 54 seconds better than the previous best by terrarising, by choosing craps over roulette in the no-limit casino, as well as other optimizations.

Most of the scenes in this game do not relate to gameplay in any way and are boring. You might choose to fast-forward over them. It's also amazing how slow you win money on a single betting round.

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