Casino question concerning Raging Rhino

Lillie

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A nice, simple, straightforward question:

Is there a reputable casino where I can play Raging Rhino from the UK and have the autoplay option? Pressing the button for EVERY spin is driving me insane and I'm reaching the point of quitting slots because of it. :(
 

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A nice, simple, straightforward question:

Is there a reputable casino where I can play Raging Rhino from the UK and have the autoplay option? Pressing the button for EVERY spin is driving me insane and I'm reaching the point of quitting slots because of it. :(

Hi nope not that I know off. WMS have yet to add this back for UK players since the UKGC in there "Logic" decided auto play settings had to be limited to 100 spins per batch. I heard rumors last year that Auto play would be returning at some point but dont hold your breath. I play WMS and others a lot less because of this. Total idleness on behalf of the game developers. Netent / MG /Novomatic did accommodate for these new UKGC rules so why not others.
 

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Hi nope not that I know off. WMS have yet to add this back for UK players since the UKGC in there "Logic" decided auto play settings had to be limited to 100 spins per batch. I heard rumors last year that Auto play would be returning at some point but dont hold your breath. I play WMS and others a lot less because of this. Total idleness on behalf of the game developers. Netent / MG /Novomatic did accommodate for these new UKGC rules so why not others.

Thanks for the quick reply :)

It is indeed laziness on WMS's part. I mean their maximum autoplay spin was only 200 anyway. Surely it would have been just as easy to remove the 200 option as it was to remove the whole autoplay feature?

So in effect, you're saying that there is no casino outside the UK's jurisidiction that I can access? Or have WMS removed the autoplay from every online casino they serve?
 

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Thanks for the quick reply :)

It is indeed laziness on WMS's part. I mean their maximum autoplay spin was only 200 anyway. Surely it would have been just as easy to remove the 200 option as it was to remove the whole autoplay feature?

So in effect, you're saying that there is no casino outside the UK's jurisidiction that I can access? Or have WMS removed the autoplay from every online casino they serve?

Correct no WMS slots in the UK will have auto play, and some other providers also. But netent / MG / Novo etc do have auto play. And you wont find any casino running WMS that you could join
who was not under license in the UK. So for now when playing the RR you will need to click away or find another slot.
 

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Hi nope not that I know off. WMS have yet to add this back for UK players since the UKGC in there "bureaucratic stupidity" decided auto play settings had to be limited to 100 spins per batch. I heard rumors last year that Auto play would be returning at some point but dont hold your breath. I play WMS and others a lot less because of this. Total idleness on behalf of the game developers. Netent / MG /Novomatic did accommodate for these new UKGC rules so why not others.

Fixed it for you.
 

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Fixed it for you.

Yup agree but also the slot designers should get off there lazy asses and fix this. Its not as if Auto play is disallowed just limited. And they must have seen a drop in play. I was playing at star spins the other day ... had a few sessions but seeing as they have such a limited selection of slots most of which do NOT have auto play I closed off my account. So they have lost a player as i can not be arsed to click click n click again. So cant just blame the UKGC (Who are truly crap and doing a piss poor job ) but also the vendors. Im surprised casino operators have not spoken out more on this as the UK is a big market!
 

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The funny thing about all this is that it's come about by the whining from the libtard brigade....and I'd venture to guess that NONE of the libtards play slots. SO annoying! :mad:
 

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The funny thing about all this is that it's come about by the whining from the libtard brigade....and I'd venture to guess that NONE of the libtards play slots. SO annoying! :mad:

'Libtards' lol...:lolup:

Right, the issue was that if an autoplay button was present, there had to be a facility (like on Netent) to apply a self-set loss limit as a 'responsible gaming' tool. This is from the same UKGC that allows casinos to bypass their self-set TAB/SE intentions, and allows reverse withdrawals to tempt players in reversing irresponsibly. So it was utterly pointless but makes it look like they're being proactive to for their paymasters. Like every other player, I simply run my finger along the numbers in the keypad like 123456 so, just to enter a random figure. I mean, we're all such imbeciles we can't work out that 100 spins at 25p can reduce our balance by up to £25, can we?

So if a developer considers it worthwhile to spend the money amending their slots to suit the UK market, then yes, you'll get the button back again. If not, then tough titties - we will be stuck with this facile button-tapping for the foreseeable. And there's no way around it in the UK. :mad:
 

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The funny thing about all this is that it's come about by the whining from the libtard brigade....and I'd venture to guess that NONE of the libtards play slots. SO annoying! :mad:

I do agree it's badly thought out, and pretty dumb.

I don't agree people should shovel blame using tiresome alt-right rhetoric like 'libtard', 'snowflake' and what ever else flavor of the month insult you are blindly parroting from your Daily Mail and Brietbart buddies. Millions of years of evolution and biological process gave you your very own highly developed brain, how about you try using it.
 

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'Libtards' lol...:lolup:

Right, the issue was that if an autoplay button was present, there had to be a facility (like on Netent) to apply a self-set loss limit as a 'responsible gaming' tool. This is from the same UKGC that allows casinos to bypass their self-set TAB/SE intentions, and allows reverse withdrawals to tempt players in reversing irresponsibly. So it was utterly pointless but makes it look like they're being proactive to for their paymasters. Like every other player, I simply run my finger along the numbers in the keypad like 123456 so, just to enter a random figure. I mean, we're all such imbeciles we can't work out that 100 spins at 25p can reduce our balance by up to £25, can we?

So if a developer considers it worthwhile to spend the money amending their slots to suit the UK market, then yes, you'll get the button back again. If not, then tough titties - we will be stuck with this facile button-tapping for the foreseeable. And there's no way around it in the UK. :mad:

And in fact with no auto play think about it , you cant recall how many spins/ games you have played as you can with Auto play settings in use. Easy to loose track, so very much this legislation apart from being pointless is actually counter Responsible gambling. Like the UK now banning packs of 10 fags (Even though i quit years ago) I saw a fella ask for 10 in Sainsburys the other day. He was told no can do so was forced into buying a 20 pack. Go figure on that one! Welcome to the Nanny State!
 

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Not only that, but with auto play gone, you have people using start/stop spins making the money go disappearing even faster. Work that one out too!
 

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Up until a week ago there was the option of autoplay by using a "localized" version of a browser such as Firefox or Chrome but it seems the autoplay options have now been removed from the Norwegian market too. Thankfully, NetEnt still allow 1000 autospins for UK players this way - great for DoA :)

You could always try Buffalo Blitz on auto play if desperate :D
 

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Up until a week ago there was the option of autoplay by using a "localized" version of a browser such as Firefox or Chrome but it seems the autoplay options have now been removed from the Norwegian market too. Thankfully, NetEnt still allow 1000 autospins for UK players this way - great for DoA :)

You could always try Buffalo Blitz on auto play if desperate :D

Tell me more please! How do you do this?
 

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Tell me more please! How do you do this?

Download the browser from a VPN and get a foreign version - the casino then thinks you are playing from Finland (the best option) when you open the game although as for the account log in from you usual geo-location. Paste the game url from the casino into the open foreign Chrome.
 

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Download the browser from a VPN and get a foreign version - the casino then thinks you are playing from Finland (the best option) when you open the game although as for the account log in from you usual geo-location. Paste the game url from the casino into the open foreign Chrome.

There's no such thing as a 'foreign version', you just go to chrome://settings/languages and change the settings
 

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There's no such thing as a 'foreign version', you just go to chrome://settings/languages and change the settings

But that won't trick casino into thinking that you're from country X or Y. Hence why VPN is required. But downloading chrome while using a VPN accomplishes nothing other than for you to get that region's language on chrome which you can do with what you suggested anyway. A pointless step in any case, as accessing any site from a finnish IP while still using the client in any other language will still redirect you to the Finnish site. The language of the client has nothing to do with anything.

As far as the OP goes .. They could use an autoclicker. NetEnt games don't have autoplay option when playing freespins, which is extremely frustrating if you have hundreds of them. Unless I want to sit through hundreds of freespins at 0,10 stake, I always use an auto-clicker and go afk. Ofc it wont let you do other things on the computer while you click, but it's better than nothing. Not sure if casino's terms could have a term against using software to spin, but to circumvent it seeming suspicious, there are numerous software options available and in some they allow you to randomize the click interval between set times you choose which would simulate real clicking.
 

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I do agree it's badly thought out, and pretty dumb.

I don't agree people should shovel blame using tiresome alt-right rhetoric like 'libtard', 'snowflake' and what ever else flavor of the month insult you are blindly parroting from your Daily Mail and Brietbart buddies. Millions of years of evolution and biological process gave you your very own highly developed brain, how about you try using it.

How about you go fk yourself? :lolup:

My dad died when I was 10, I didn't know you'd been given the job.

Now on a lighter note, can someone tell me how you block libtards on this forum, please?
 

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Yes let's block autoplay as it might encourage gamblers to get carried away but let's leave the ridiculous reverse withdraw function.

If they were serious about problem gambling the first thing to go would be reverse withdraw.

Imagine going into a bingo hall and winning a nice amount of money and they say "congratulations on your win we will keep the money for 24 hours if you want to buy more tickets you can but you can't have your money until tomorrow night".

If you withdraw it it should be yours immediately.

How autoplay is deemed a problem I don't know.

I do not use casinos now that have reverse withdraw as it has got me in the past it won't again.
 

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Yes let's block autoplay as it might encourage gamblers to get carried away but let's leave the ridiculous reverse withdraw function.

If they were serious about problem gambling the first thing to go would be reverse withdraw.

Imagine going into a bingo hall and winning a nice amount of money and they say "congratulations on your win we will keep the money for 24 hours if you want to buy more tickets you can but you can't have your money until tomorrow night".

If you withdraw it it should be yours immediately.

How autoplay is deemed a problem I don't know.

I do not use casinos now that have reverse withdraw as it has got me in the past it won't again.

Agree wholeheartedly. I honestly believe (and Bryan will disagree) any casino that enforces mandatory pending periods like 24hrs, 48hrs etc should not be accredited. Possible flushing being the exception because withdrawal speed is of course in the user's hands.
The reverse function serves one single purpose: hoping the player changes their mind and reverses their withdrawal, plays on and loses. This really is the shadiest of tactics and should be admonished by all.

Casinos like BetAT/Slotty Vegas, Energy, Video Slots and so on have surely saved me a fortune in the past. Withdrawals are processed long before I ever consider reversing. This is the practice that should be applauded and one that should be enforced by UKGC if they really care :rolleyes:
If I had my way it would be the number one rule for accreditation.
 
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