I enjoy making money, and I do Le Wow and the Battle Chateau. Then while exploring, I came across the 4th restaurant, Sushi High Roller. With the money I had, I went in there and completed a run, and I realized I lost over 100K. Is there any to get enough money to make more than 500K with the battles and the big gold nuggets?

  • Possibly with the Prize Money O-Power, although I haven't tried this. – Robotnik Dec 5 '13 at 23:06
  • I've heard that it is, barely, but unless you're RIGHT the noise, by 3 turns or less, Cafe Le Wow is better. And if you mess uip a lot, cafe le wow is ALWAYS superior. – Ben Brocka Dec 6 '13 at 0:27
  • Didn't you post an answer to my question regarding sushi high roller? – sayu Dec 10 '13 at 3:31


There is no way possible to come out of Sushi High Roller with a profit. Even with Max Style + Amulet Coin + Lvl 3 Prize Money O-Power the numbers run like this:

Entry Fee (With Max Style) = $450,000

What you get:

Prize Money (With lvl-3 O-Power & Amulet Coin) = $160,000

Big Nuggets * 25(Best possible) = $250,000

Total winnings ~ $410,000

That is still a net loss of -$40,000. So Basically it is not worth going in there for money, unless you want a completionist record for starring all the battles, or the Exp.

There is no confirmation of the Entry Fee going any lower, for it to become profitable.

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    There is a new move called Happy Hour, currently known only by an event Inkay, which doubles prize money when used, in addition to the Amulet Coin (i.e. Happy Hour + Amulet Coin = 4x prize money). Seems like that would just about give you enough profit. – DisgruntledGoat Dec 10 '13 at 14:51
  • Great! When I get my hands on it I will change my answer! – Samyam Dec 10 '13 at 15:10
  • The bounty will be yours in 4 hours, unless someone can get a better answer. – Shadow Z. Dec 10 '13 at 22:49

Have you maybe thought about having one pokemon hold luck incense, and another with amulet coin, and then the o- power, you'd make like 750k


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