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pinnit2014

Meister Member
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Dec 13, 2014
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Glasgow and Home - N Ireland
Seen a good number of 17 spinners (22 as well) over the last week: probably 9/10: not a bad rate on them as 3/4 were decent and there was only one stinker.

No monsters (well 600 odd x is hardly a monster, though maybe by Bonanza's standards) though and that's the problem with Bonanza - when it runs ok GOLD wise you need to make the most of it, as walking the desert for 40 days and nights is right around the corner.

That being said if this is it 'running well', it doesn't bode well for when it goes back to normal.

7/10 - purely on GOLD frequency
 

PMKFRUITPRO

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Joined
Aug 22, 2017
Location
England
Looks like my good recent run is over :(

Had a good and very fair last few months on various casinos but today it was total brains. Even upped to £2 in desperation as feature so due but it wiped a monkey out in record time.

It’s been coming tbf as I’d been running like Snorky for a while. Was nice while it lasted.
 

snorky510238

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Jan 12, 2018
Location
Uk
When I was playing Bonanza all the time, I played regularly at quite a few Casinos and all I can say is on average the GOLD at Sky dropped in way less and the average paid was a lot lower.

Just coincidence and bad luck? About 1% of me believes it may have been. On every other site I had multiple bonuses of x300 and above, yet at Sky, never achieved it once.

I still play the game but not nearly as much and I still do okay but the bonus feels gimped now. Over x300 seems an impossibility.
 

flyingguy

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Aug 13, 2015
Location
London
Has anyone noticed the difference between the two bonanza versions as in the one with autospin and the one that doesn't and allows bets of £1.20 etc? I've been playing the latter and find the animation much faster, and bonuses more frequent. I recall playing on a casino a year ago or so that had both versions and the displayed rtp was different too.
 

pinnit2014

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Dec 13, 2014
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Glasgow and Home - N Ireland
I think they go through cycles; at the start i couldn't bonus for jack on the Quickfire one (non auto), then had about two months were it was near enough the only one: now it's back to the autoplay

When the QF one came out it was very clunky etc but think they've tinkered with it and it's a lot smoother now

Different RTP's: AFAIK there are none for BTG's. All 96 (unless it's Bonanza Megapays at 50%)
 

Slotter

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Jul 7, 2020
Location
UK
I know of 3 versions of it in the wild. NYX (the original where the tumbles are slow), the Quickfire/Microgaming version and the Relax Gaming version.
I think I had the best results with the Relax version and the least with the Quickfire but as mentioned above they do seem to cycle.
 

flyingguy

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Aug 13, 2015
Location
London
I think they go through cycles; at the start i couldn't bonus for jack on the Quickfire one (non auto), then had about two months were it was near enough the only one: now it's back to the autoplay

When the QF one came out it was very clunky etc but think they've tinkered with it and it's a lot smoother now

Different RTP's: AFAIK there are none for BTG's. All 96 (unless it's Bonanza Megapays at 50%)

The site I used to play at was snabbis which is now gone from the UK, but I distinctly remember them having two versions of Danger, Starclusters and I think Bonanza, with RTP displayed. The difference was something like 96.01 and 96.58%
 

PMKFRUITPRO

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Aug 22, 2017
Location
England
Danger has slightly different RTP’s due to the feature choices.

Bonanza has always been 96% altho some versions/sites have it at 95.98%

With the amount of spins I’ve done that 0.02% would owe me a fair wedge!!!
 
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