I don't think a company like Betfair is taking this decision lightly - the games were profitable enough before - it's most likely there isn't the slush of money about due to the reduction in the number of players as the tougher income / KYC regulations take force. They can either make less money or do something to try and maintain their income levels.these greedy company’s are taking the piss now.
Yes you wouldn’t think it by looking at their site, but bet365 is now a very good place to play. All still on top RTP and you won’t have a problem getting paid out. With the recent adding of pragmatic also.Bet365 just got a load of Pragmatics at top RTP too. They will get my money anyway as I'm self excluded from all but sports and exchange at Betfair. Paddy Power will no doubt shrink their RTP too. Roulette is where I will be playing now,alongside BTG.
Aren't you from the UK? That is a quite shocking way of describing the numerous branches of the science of mathematics!That's all it ever is now, the pursuit and promoting the big wins....players have been conditioned into acceptance of the high-variance math in just about every game that casinos are more than happy to shave RTP off everywhere, because the micro-wins just won't do, and are so 2015.
What difference does it make to your average punter's session whether the RTP's 95 or 93 percent, when all they've been taught is to hone in on the Big Win animations. Even TV ads show high- stakes betting is normalized, ooh, congratulations, you've won £4000 on Book of Dead. No 13p wins here! The future's big. Write that down
And they can stop with the Jackpotization of popular games. That grates more than Megaways
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I actually loathe writing that, as I'm always the first to slate Math instead of Maths. It was also the first time, and look what happens!Aren't you from the UK? That is a quite shocking way of describing the numerous branches of the science of mathematics!