# How Much Does Triole Triples on the 50 Cent Machine Pay if You Are Betting Max

You are about to enter a world of high-stakes gambling. But first, you should know what kind of odds you are playing against. It’s called the ‘50 Cent Machine’, and it will pay you whatever you wager. Here’s how it works…

## The Basics

Take a look at the odds in the table below. These are the odds for placing a given amount on the 50 Cent Machine at a bookmaker. If you are used to playing video (or card) games, then these odds should look quite familiar to you. They are exactly the same as the odds for a video game of the same name. For example, if you wager \$10 on the 50 Cent Machine, you will win \$20 (3 to 1).

Keep in mind: these are the odds for betting max. When you wager min, the payouts are way less frequent. Sometimes, there will be no payouts at all!

These chances change with every roll of the dice, depending on whether the bookmaker is offering ‘live’ betting or ‘lay’ betting. If you are curious about the difference, here’s a short explanation. ‘Live’ betting means that you are watching the outcome of the bet as it happens. For example, a race that you are following. ‘Lay’ betting allows you to place bets after the events of the game have finished. For instance, if you think that a video game will be winning, you can place a lay bet on it before the game is over.

## The House Edge

Now that you know the odds, it’s time for the fun part. Since the house edge is the difference between what you win and lose at gambling, it is always added to the odds. This will make the payout for a given wager less appealing. For example, when you wager \$10 at 3 to 1 odds, you are making a \$30 gain. However, the bookmaker might only pay you back \$20. The difference is the ‘house edge’. This is the risk (or potential for loss) that you take on when gambling.