Anyone hit a RJ at Rushmore?

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they look good but i dont know if I should even bother with my $1 bet.... :confused:
How much would you bet if going for one of those 50K+ ??
 

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they look good but i dont know if I should even bother with my $1 bet.... :confused:
How much would you bet if going for one of those 50K+ ??

Nobody knows.....that's why they are called random jackpots. I hit my one and only of $4k on a $2 bet at Cherry Red about 3 weeks ago. It's been a pain in the ass trying to get paid, so far but I hope it comes in this week.
 

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Nobody knows.....that's why they are called random jackpots. I hit my one and only of $4k on a $2 bet at Cherry Red about 3 weeks ago. It's been a pain in the ass trying to get paid, so far but I hope it comes in this week.

I had a similar issue but I was paid in the end on the 4k random i won. Took forever though and a stack of emails. If it had not been for that and the crap weekly wd limits I would have played again. But wont be ever.
 

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I got paid my $4k today, but if this is typical payment performance of this casino, more people need to bring this to light. I only became a member about a month ago, but that was my first win there. I have deposited another $225 tonight, but.......you guessed it, tight as hell.

Whacked on $1 and $2 slot play before you could even call it fun. A couple hours and $225 later is pretty expensive fun. Bonus rounds are pretty scarce.
 

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But you just won $4k! :eek2:

It's been my experience that every casino I have won at get's pretty nasty to me if I go back. I gave them a sample play tonight. I'm not sticking around. I'll cut it and run. I've seen this movie before......the casino wants it's money back and if I deposit more, I'd lay odds that they are going to get their way. Plenty of other places to play anyways. ;)

It feels like a typical RTG bust out joint, only I still have my knees and the balance of my bank, which they ain't getting.
 

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It's been my experience that every casino I have won at get's pretty nasty to me if I go back. I gave them a sample play tonight. I'm not sticking around. I'll cut it and run. I've seen this movie before......the casino wants it's money back and if I deposit more, I'd lay odds that they are going to get their way. Plenty of other places to play anyways. ;)

It feels like a typical RTG bust out joint, only I still have my knees and the balance of my bank, which they ain't getting.

I think you are wise because after my RJ win every deposit sank at about 60% return, fancy.
After about 10 of those I closed my account. :oops:
 

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Nobody knows.....that's why they are called random jackpots. I hit my one and only of $4k on a $2 bet at Cherry Red about 3 weeks ago. It's been a pain in the ass trying to get paid, so far but I hope it comes in this week.

yes, theoretically it can be won at any bet but i think the chances to hit one are proportional to a size of an individual bet. I was curious if jackpot amount is also evaluated at the same time, i mean ratio of jackpot size to bet size. :rolleyes:
 

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yes, theoretically it can be won at any bet but i think the chances to hit one are proportional to a size of an individual bet. I was curious if jackpot amount is also evaluated at the same time, i mean ratio of jackpot size to bet size. :rolleyes:

That is a very interesting question.
In fact it is an excellent idea for a poll, thanks.:thumbsup:
 

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did you use quicktender for withdrawing your winnings? i was told it would take within a week to get paid
 

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I know for sure at least 2 random jackpots were hit at Cherry Red in the last 24 hours Cesars Empire and RainDance while I was asleep.... Have been playing these since Sunday night almost none stop :-((((

As the saying goes, IMHO, one cannot really win the real series slots and RTG uses the Random Jacpot as bait so basically its a lottery we are playing there.
 

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i guess i havent done to bad. i been play real series slots now for about 5 years. i usually dep anywhere from 20 up to 100 dollars. i have hit so far 6 jack pts. my first one was the red white and blue sevens. had no idea what i was doing . only had been playing a week or so. and boom i hit 2500 dollars. only got 999 of it becasue i used a bonus. then i a few months later i hit cleo and it was for 7000. didnt get but 1000 of it. ( used a bonus) then i got smart and now only use bonuses with a no max cash out limt. and i have hit 8600 (fruit frenzy) then 6400 ions lair and 11.000 lions lair. and 4400 achillies. of course these are spread out. its about a jp a year. dont know how much i have spent really to win this much as i dont keep track. i think im still ahead. 2 jps were from club world. and a few others were from casinos which were not on the accredited list and i quit playing there. and two casinos quit taking u.s players. never won a jp at inet. i try at rushmore.( no luck yet) if i or anyone ever hits a big one there hopefully it will be posted here for all to read.
 

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I played a lot RTG since MGS turned bad.
In about 10 months, I hit total 5 RJs.

2 in INET both are 3k+
1 in Jackpot Capital 6K+
1 in a Rogue RTG (not mention name here) 1.2K
1 in Lucy Red 12.5K

The Lucy Red one was hit 2 days ago on 5$
 

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i guess i havent done to bad. i been play real series slots now for about 5 years. i usually dep anywhere from 20 up to 100 dollars. i have hit so far 6 jack pts. my first one was the red white and blue sevens. had no idea what i was doing . only had been playing a week or so. and boom i hit 2500 dollars. only got 999 of it becasue i used a bonus. then i a few months later i hit cleo and it was for 7000. didnt get but 1000 of it. ( used a bonus) then i got smart and now only use bonuses with a no max cash out limt. and i have hit 8600 (fruit frenzy) then 6400 ions lair and 11.000 lions lair. and 4400 achillies. of course these are spread out. its about a jp a year. dont know how much i have spent really to win this much as i dont keep track. i think im still ahead. 2 jps were from club world. and a few others were from casinos which were not on the accredited list and i quit playing there. and two casinos quit taking u.s players. never won a jp at inet. i try at rushmore.( no luck yet) if i or anyone ever hits a big one there hopefully it will be posted here for all to read.

great results, reda :thumbsup:
How much do you usually bet when you hit them? I only hit once betting $2 about 2 months ago and i think its due again soon. :D
 

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The chance of hitting a RJ at any RTG is proportionate to your bet size.

RTG operators have posted to this effect at CM over the past few years, but it works like this (in simple terms):

Think of it like a raffle/lottery where each ticket is .01c, and that on a certain 'ticket number' the jackpot will hit (only the software knows).

For example, lets say the software knows that the jackpot will hit on ticket number 4999, the current 'ticket' count is 4000 and there are 3 people playing the machine. Player1 spins at $1 (100 tickets - which is tickets 4000-4099), then Player2 spins at $5 (500 tickets - from 4100-4599) and Player3 spins at $.40 (40 tickets - from 4600-4639).

So now the 'ticket' number is up to 4639

Next spin, Player1 spins at $1 (100 tkt - from 4639-4738), P2 spins at $5 (500 tkt - from 4739-5238) - BOOM - the $5 player had ticket #4999 so they hit the RJ.

IN effect, the higher your bet the more 'tickets/entries' you get and thus your chances are better. However, you CAN still hit it on $.20 but you have to be spinning at exactly the right time :)

Dont forget its just a simplified explanation and the reality is more complicated but the basic theory is sound.
 

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The chance of hitting a RJ at any RTG is proportionate to your bet size.

RTG operators have posted to this effect at CM over the past few years, but it works like this (in simple terms):

Think of it like a raffle/lottery where each ticket is .01c, and that on a certain 'ticket number' the jackpot will hit (only the software knows).

For example, lets say the software knows that the jackpot will hit on ticket number 4999, the current 'ticket' count is 4000 and there are 3 people playing the machine. Player1 spins at $1 (100 tickets - which is tickets 4000-4099), then Player2 spins at $5 (500 tickets - from 4100-4599) and Player3 spins at $.40 (40 tickets - from 4600-4639).

So now the 'ticket' number is up to 4639

Next spin, Player1 spins at $1 (100 tkt - from 4639-4738), P2 spins at $5 (500 tkt - from 4739-5238) - BOOM - the $5 player had ticket #4999 so they hit the RJ.

IN effect, the higher your bet the more 'tickets/entries' you get and thus your chances are better. However, you CAN still hit it on $.20 but you have to be spinning at exactly the right time :)

Dont forget its just a simplified explanation and the reality is more complicated but the basic theory is sound.

Heya,

The RTG random jackpots actually work slightly diifferently to what you've indicated.

The system you describe is used when there is a range-based jackpot (similar to many used in Australian clubs), where the jackpot must go off within certain boundaries (e.g.: Between $1000 and $10000).
In those sorts of jackpots the next trigger level is randomly determined at the time that the jackpot resets (e.g.: next trigger will be at $5673.28)
As you describe, in range-based jackpots the bet that contributes the 1c that would take the jackpot to its pre-determined trigger amount will win the jackpot.

RTG random jackpots, however, are not range-based jackpots.

They are truly random, in that there is simply a chance of 1 in (n) of triggering the jackpot, checked at the end of a given paid game (i.e.: It does not check for a trigger at the end of each game during a free game series, but rather at the end of all events that have triggered from the original bet).

The chance is proportionately modified according to the size of the player's bet, so a player betting $10, for instance, will have 10 times the chance of triggering the random jackpot in comparison to a player betting $1, and 1000 times the chance of triggering versus a player betting 1c.

Hope it helps

Woooof
 

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Thanks DogBoy001 for the explanation. But does it also validate the size of the JP at the same time? Let say if i play 20 cents/spin, do i still have a chance to hit one of those huge at Rushmore? Last week they had one for over 90K.
 
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DogBoy001

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Thanks DogBoy001 for the explanation. But does it also validate the size of the JP at the same time? Let say if i play 20 cents/spin, do i still have a change to hit one of those huge at Rushmore? Last week they have one for over 90K.

Heya and thanks!,

There's no check of the jackpot size in the trigger test.
Bet size is the only factor that adjusts the chance of winning the jackpot.

Woooof
 

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...I guess I stand corrected.

I know it isnt exactly how it works, but RTG reps have explained it to me in that form before to demonstrate how bigger bets give more chances, with the exception in reality being that the software doesnt pre-determine at what point the jackpot will go off (or so we are told).

Just trying to simplify for those who are new etc. :)
 

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I played a lot RTG since MGS turned bad.
In about 10 months, I hit total 5 RJs.

2 in INET both are 3k+
1 in Jackpot Capital 6K+
1 in a Rogue RTG (not mention name here) 1.2K
1 in Lucy Red 12.5K

The Lucy Red one was hit 2 days ago on 5$
Is that a new casino?
Only I've never heard of Lucy Red before... :p

Great wins there! :notworthy
 
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