Don't forget many MG's now have the 'Flexible Bonus' system - so you're not tied in to huge WR's any more!lydia said:The same here. Only I must add, especially with bonus. I don't know why but every time I take bonus, I do much worse as without. Maybe because I am so frustrated about W/R, that I can't really enjoy the play and concentrate me properly on a winning strategy... It amazed me, how many people do well with bonuses...
Now, now - it's not that bad!lydia said:I know the feeling! Nobody likes me any more, nobody wants to play with me, nobody let me win (crying bitterly...)
KasinoKing said:Now, now - it's not that bad!
I'm driving right across Germany on Saturday morning - let me know where you are & I'll give you a wave & a smile!
silcnlayc said:Interestingly enough, I questioned whether a bonus is worth claiming or not and doing the math, I find in most circumstances, it is NOT worth claiming and heres why.
You are right...but the numbers don't lie, I am not really unintelligent, but to me taking a bonus amounts to forced play with funds that are just a token amount of the WR, which does not compute to smart play in my book at all.Things are much simpler if you're gambling to make money. You take a bonus if the variance is acceptable and the EV/hr is worth it.