Do slots remember?

Slotplayer83

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If you quote it quote it right:

Any one who considers arithmetical methods of producing random digits is, of course, in a state of sin. For, as has been pointed out several times, there is no such thing as a random number there are only methods to produce random numbers, and a strict arithmetic procedure of course is not such a method.
 

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Dunno what really was wrong in that quote taken from Wikipedia, saying exactly same than this one or what's the big difference?
 

snorky510238

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n essence, I trust what my eyes and brain tell me over people with a vested financial interest. Instinct doesn't fail me often :)
Quite! I do find it slightly insulting that they think we are just a bunch of muppets that will believe everything were told. It’s blatantly obvious, there is some form of compensation going on.

Like yourself, I think results are being pulled from a different pool some of the time, meaning certain outcomes are not available. I am not that bothered though, as once you tune into certain games it can actually be beneficial.
 

Slotplayer83

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200 deposit, peaked at 4k, it kept me systematicly around 3500; and at some point no matter what i did it tumbled down. I do another "200 euro" deposit, and suddenly everything was back to life again.

To me it's pyramid scheme. Your deposit is pretty much the ticket overall to win or not. The amount due you deposit as well. I get far better "luck" with doing a 200 deposit then doing a 50 deposit. Does that make sense?

Rigged shit.
 

Slotplayer83

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Hah; till you hit withdrawl.

Does anyone remember bandid and winning like a ton of cash a while back? He's posting daily vids under the account Powerup slots, playing at video slots. His format is pretty much low stakes / low wagering but he just cant seem to hit anything out of the regular. How big is the chance here that he's facing the same issues after a big withdrawl slots turn cold (completely)?

I mean the video's speak for themself; no need to post any evidence on the above theory.
 

Andy Walker

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Foil hat here, I always wonder why version numbers of the slots change used to think it was done to adjust the payouts back to nearer the rtp they state but now think I was silly thinking this.
 

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Foil hat here, I always wonder why version numbers of the slots change used to think it was done to adjust the payouts back to nearer the rtp they state but now think I was silly thinking this.
My guess is that its compatibility updates in 99% of the cases the version number of a slot changes.

Think about how many different browsers, operating systems, phones,tablets,laptops there are out there.
And you want your slot to work on all of them to maximize your reach.
So when a new device/browser hits the market, or an update is made to an existing one, you may need to update your game so it keeps playing as it is supposed to, without lag etc.
 

Slotplayer83

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Foil hat here, I always wonder why version numbers of the slots change used to think it was done to adjust the payouts back to nearer the rtp they state but now think I was silly thinking this.

If they see that a player is having an advantage thats not supposed to be or happen, they nerf / remove / change it. There's various sources on the net where a game got updated and just did'nt play as it did before, let alone the avg payout rate. Woud'nt be the first time that providers nerf a few old games in favor of a new released game.

Updates in relation of mobile / tablet compatibility is nonsense; that is obviously getting tested even before release. And smart game devs already have existing and working frameworks for that. No need to re-invent the wheel.
 

danofthewibble

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If they see that a player is having an advantage thats not supposed to be or happen, they nerf / remove / change it. There's various sources on the net where a game got updated and just did'nt play as it did before, let alone the avg payout rate. Woud'nt be the first time that providers nerf a few old games in favor of a new released game.

Updates in relation of mobile / tablet compatibility is nonsense; that is obviously getting tested even before release. And smart game devs already have existing and working frameworks for that. No need to re-invent the wheel.

That's tinfoil hat thinking though. If they change the gameplay, they'd have to re-certify the game with every authority before releasing the update. Perhaps they do. Or perhaps more likely, people are just not on a lucky streak.

Or to put it another way; your luck ran out.

I have favourite games which seem to pay me often. They have less generous periods. I don't think the game changed; I just go elsewhere.

RTP is not for the individual really, it's across the board. If I'm getting 95% RTP, someone else is getting 5%. Luck of the draw.
 

Slotplayer83

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They dont even hide that above roulette is using some form of magnets. So what makes slots suddenly different. I've seen it with my own eyes. Bad luck streak? I doubt it. After a update the game woud'nt play the same it used to. Casino's are moving the trend to cashcows more and more even tho the already existing advantage of the casino in the first place.
 
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