I don't like pascals wager, at least not in the way it's usually presented.
If the only criteria to make it into heaven is that I believe in God, it paints a very bad picture of said God. I think most Christians in the western world will concede that the evidence doesn't point to there being a God. Now, that doesn't stop them believing, of course. But if God really did create this world he must have gone out of his way to make sure there was no evidence, or logical reason, to believe in him. A God that makes believing in him mandatory, but tries to trick you into not believing in him, forcing you to suppress the very ability to reason he supposedly granted you, doesn't sound like a very just God to me.
Now, a God who judges me by a more reasonable criteria, and acknowledges that, even as an atheist, I lived a good and just life, I might be interested in spending eternity with. Jesus supposedly said that you should "do unto others as you would have them do unto you". I'm pretty sure a just God doesn't promote forging evidence for the purpose of deceiving others, so I think it would only be reasonable to expect the same in return.
I guess I propose my own wager of sorts (not really, someone has had this idea before me, but I can't remember who): If there is a God I wish to spend eternity with, he will judge me by how I live my life, and how I treat others, and not if I believe in him or not. I do not have to partake in a "pascal wager", because if believing in God is a requirement to get into heaven, I don't want to be there.