Does anyone want to guess the payout % at Grand Mondial?

just play

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I have no idea if this meant the payout % was this way only during a promotion or all the time?

See who can guess........
 

miranda_x

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i have no idea but please tell me because i lost 100 euro a few days ago at that casino (20 deposit plus 80 bonus) on the same slots where i won at 32red. the money was gone in a flash :eek2:
 

just play

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I was asking to close my account (this is part of a full chat)


Ana: Kindly note that you still have a promotion running
Ana: And our payout is between 83-85%

on edit...I thought casinos were in the 90's???
 

KasinoKing

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I was asking to close my account (this is part of a full chat)
Ana: Kindly note that you still have a promotion running
Ana: And our payout is between 83-85%
on edit...I thought casinos were in the 90's???
Most casinos state their overall returns are somewhere in the 98% region, but this can be very misleading if you don't fully understand what that actually means...
e.g. A casino could have a slot which pays out 9,800 for every 10,000 wagered.
So the casino can quite honestly say the return for that slot is 98%.
But if you deposited 200 and played that slot for 10,000 in wagers you would lose your whole 200 - your return is still 98%, but your personal pay-back from the slot is 0%.

Maybe Ana meant the casino pays out to players 83-85% of all deposits paid in, which sounds much more reasonable, or maybe she just doesn't have a clue & made it up! :p

KK
 

same_old

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Most casinos state their overall returns are somewhere in the 98% region, but this can be very misleading if you don't fully understand what that actually means...
e.g. A casino could have a slot which pays out 9,800 for every 10,000 wagered.
So the casino can quite honestly say the return for that slot is 98%.
But if you deposited 200 and played that slot for 10,000 in wagers you would lose your whole 200 - your return is still 98%, but your personal pay-back from the slot is 0%.

Maybe Ana meant the casino pays out to players 83-85% of all deposits paid in, which sounds much more reasonable, or maybe she just doesn't have a clue & made it up! :p

KK


Seeing so many casino's doing the play on words thing again. they do it with the promo's and it looks like they add it to other things.
 

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