Question Can someone be this lucky on slots?

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Vibroverb

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I have a player that is winning consistently on Divine Fortune, he plays for a several hours a day, doubles or triples up, withdraws and repeats the next day.

He has been playing Divine Fortune for about 6 months, 178,000 rounds played, €54,517 won with an rtp of 102.85%. He usually plays daily for the last 3 months

He has also won a jackpot on another netent game, but for the past 3 months, he has been doing this on Divine Fortune, playing 200 in local currency a spin. He's had a few days where he ended up losing but he has so many withdrawals always going on, he just reverses them, doubles up and withdraws again.

There may not be anything suspicious in this, but I have never heard someone playing a slot game for this long and being able to have so many winning days. Of course he is just lucky, as what else could it be?
Does this seem unusual to the rest of you slots players out there? Anybody had a similar experience? If so, what slot? I'm about to try playing like this guy just to see how different my luck could be....
 

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CM poster lockinlove was on a streak for many months last year....it was incredible....

just luck...and random...
 

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CM poster lockinlove was on a streak for many months last year....it was incredible....

just luck...and random...

Thank you so much for a straight up answer, you don't seem to get many of those on this forum anymore.

I don't actually play too much slots myself so cannot say if it's impossible but I have been under the impression the more you play, the more the slot will go towards it's communicated rtp, which is usually less than 100%
 
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I have a player that is winning consistently on Divine Fortune, he plays for a several hours a day, doubles or triples up, withdraws and repeats the next day.

He has been playing Divine Fortune for about 6 months, 178,000 rounds played, €54,517 won with an rtp of 102.85%. He usually plays daily for the last 3 months

He has also won a jackpot on another netent game, but for the past 3 months, he has been doing this on Divine Fortune, playing 200 in local currency a spin. He's had a few days where he ended up losing but he has so many withdrawals always going on, he just reverses them, doubles up and withdraws again.

There may not be anything suspicious in this, but I have never heard someone playing a slot game for this long and being able to have so many winning days. Of course he is just lucky, as what else could it be?
Does this seem unusual to the rest of you slots players out there? Anybody had a similar experience? If so, what slot? I'm about to try playing like this guy just to see how different my luck could be....

Simples. Don't allow withdrawals to be reversed. :)

I have a baccarat player at Energy that's been ringfenced - every month for the last 6 bar one he/she has won 4-11k.

Maybe the slot has a touch of Frankenstein about it, wouldn't be the first Notentertainment slot to have a bug.....
 

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Divine Fortune has three levels of progressive jackpots. If you play only when the jackpots exceed a certain size, I think it could be possible to play the game only when it is plus EV.
 

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We had a player win the Divine Fortune Jackpot last week, I was sure it was this guy, and it turned out to be some smaller player playing only 20 in local currency. Then I found out he's a friend of the Lucky Guy on Divine Fortune Touch, and his employee!

I had contacted Netent and all is fine as usual, no matter what so I came here for a 2nd opinion too. I would not be surprised if there is a bug, as only this player has had so much luck on this game over such a long period of time, and I don't notice the others consistently staking 200 a spin. The guy has never won the jackpot on the game, he must be 'on tilt'
 

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Employee hitting a jackpot? Id be suspicious at that if the other guy wins so consistantly. You would think the odds are quite long that one player wins consistantly for so long, though ofc very possible., but a few hmmmm's would have to be thrown out at least if the pretty unlikely event that a player closely connected to that winning player then recently hit "the jackpot" after his employers decent run . Id hazard a guess that IF something fishy was going on then he'd be using his friends account as to avoid suspicion after already winning consistantly rather than risking having a jackpot win appear on his account as well.
Ofc it could be pure luck, but do let me know when he is on so i can depo a tenner and batter away at 20p ;)
 

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yeah, i found that suspicious too, they're playing via mobile but our VIP manager confirmed he knows they're friends and colleagues, and we're both suspicious he's played with his friends account but in the end, Netent say there is nothing suspicious in the game play.

The guy is killing us right at the moment, reversed 20,000 at 17:30, up to 35,000 at 17:50 and has withdrawed 5,000 seven times right now.

He deposited 11,000 this morning, and has had 33 x 5000 withdrawals today, and and he's reversed 26 of those but he's just added another 7, his account balance is at 0. Later tonight, or tomorrow morning, he'll reverse some of those and continue.
 

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I'd love to know his secret :D Is he always playing the same stakes? If he has some kind of strategy going on with his stakes it could be possible but even then it seems he's just very lucky... If NetEnt confirms nothing's dodgy what is there to say?
 

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It is possible. I have had huge wining streaks that continued for weeks then sudden drops to crap. Its totally variable but yes possible, likely NO, but possible just the odds are stacked against. Get out now while the money is still there before the luck goes away.
 

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I would guess at an affiliate Dream perhaps?



Vibroverb,
I am a lowly player and this is purely my own personal opinion with no proof: I’m sure that people will say I’m wearing my tin hat for saying this (conspiracy theories etc)

but I do suspect that there are many bugs that can be exploited by players in both netent and Thunderkick games.
I know that there are ‘lucky’ players out there... having never been one though lol.
In my teenage years, pub bandits were all that there was to play on and there were tricks and deliberate bugs on those e.g holding the cancel button to slow bonus selection down. Certain parts of the board changing colour when pot was full etc. Could this have translated in any way to online slots?

Moreover, in your case, why would a player stick to just one slot in such a way? I can’t see that this is being done for entertainment or enjoyment.

The bigger worry is that the provider hasn’t picked up on this irregular play using mechanisms that should be inplace to prevent it.

You are right, in my humble opinion, to question this.
 

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I would guess at an affiliate Dream perhaps?

But affiliate data doesn't give you when a player withdraws. That data is not shared with an affiliate account that user account was linked too.

Only data an affiliate sees is + and - amounts per account. Some affiliate accounts also take 24-48 hours to update. It is not in real time. It also varies per affiliate company too and what the software they use allows affiliates to see. Some let you see more than others. But they do not allow you to see individual withdraws and deposits. It is usually always totals in + and -

That is why I asked if they worked at a casino. Only people who can get user data would be someone who works for a casino, Or as a friend who works at one and they get that data from that friend. To which
 

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yeah, i found that suspicious too, they're playing via mobile but our VIP manager confirmed he knows they're friends and colleagues, and we're both suspicious he's played with his friends account but in the end, Netent say there is nothing suspicious in the game play.

The guy is killing us right at the moment, reversed 20,000 at 17:30, up to 35,000 at 17:50 and has withdrawed 5,000 seven times right now.

He deposited 11,000 this morning, and has had 33 x 5000 withdrawals today, and and he's reversed 26 of those but he's just added another 7, his account balance is at 0. Later tonight, or tomorrow morning, he'll reverse some of those and continue.


As long as the bastard hasn't signed up through one of my links....:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:
 

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“The guy is killing us right at the moment, reversed 20,000 at 17:30, up to 35,000 at 17:50 and has withdrawed 5,000 seven times right now.”

If you are the manager of a casino, to protect your other players, I would put divine fortune under maintinance or a broken link or something
 

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Don't casinos reserve the right to prohibit the winnings or terminate a player's account? I would have thought every one of them has some type of FU clause in there somewhere, surely :laugh:

I mean the guy's robbing them blind. I'd imagine they expect the game to even out over so many sessions, but it's taking it's sweet time.

Just pull the plug already :eek:
 

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I am waiting now for a thread by a casino rep titled "can a player be that unlucky" and querying it with Netent.

Not going to happen is it.

No sympathy here for the casino. That is the way the cookie crumbles (unless there is foul play).
 

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I'll tell you the strange bit, who in their right mind, would frequently play a slot as dull as divine fortune :laugh:. Only entertaining bit is when lots of horses show up.

Vibro definitely sounds like either casino accountant or manager of one. The players behaviour is extremely strange indeed..
 

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I am 100% with Interlog on this one. Some players develop an addiction for one particular game and this player has been very, very lucky - good for him. I can't see how anyone could cheat on an online slot game, and the provider confirmed as much.

At the same time the player's been reversing withdrawals and continuing his play, so what is suspicious about that other than that he can't get enough of playing Divine Fortune?
 
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