Dragon's Fire Infinreels - surely not legal?

Mouse75

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Has anyone played this new red Tiger offering?
Surely this game mechanism is illeagal (certainly in the uk)

This take on the infinte reels - and similar to DF megaways with its multiplier - charges you for every spin - but if the last spin is a paying spin (Note the avoidance of the word winning) then your next spin is based on the previous spins result.

The way this game is set up - you can pay for a spin which will be a close to guaranteed loss - and after a spin which is a paying spin - but there is no, or one only bonus symbols the next spin cannot give a bonus. Surely these means future games are predetermined - and it is my understanding that this is not legal in the online slot world.

Categorically, each spin does not have an equal chance of achieving certain payout combinations. As above, on nearly all (as in 99.9r%) soins after a paying spin - you cannot achieve a bonus. Your win is capped by the symbols in view already - and i cannot for the life of my see how this can be classed as a random result.

To clarify - you can "win" 0.1x. Good luck making more than you stake back on next spin - it is close to impossible as you would need 2 matching symbols (or wilds) and a x3 multiplier - and if you hit that you would get 1.2x for your troubles. More worryingly - you cannot reset the reels and start again - you are forced into a losing option if you wish to keep playing the game.

Its probably an alright game if you playing it on 95% plus - i usually find Red Tiger to be fair and pretty enjoyable, but I cannot for the life of me understand how this is allowed.

@ChopleyIOM - if you're reading I would be interested in your thoughts.....
 

DreamRJ

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I tried this. I was a bit concerned about it too. It is sure one of those questionable mechanics in terms of certain countries laws etc etc. It will not be hard though for casinos to block this slot if it is pointed out to be breaking certain laws for specific countries.

I am not a fan of this type anyway, paying for a continued chance of a win is not a slot I play. I saw this similar mechanic before but not in this way with infinity reels..... I can not recall which providers or slots the others was either.....
 

DreamRJ

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Also on a side-note: It has a similar thing like Slingo games.... for example, when you pay for a round and when you run out of turns for that round, if you get close it then gives you an option to continue but it will cost X amount to continue...... That X amount can be pretty STEEP too. I avoid all those shit joke slingo games, they are just a waste of time and should be avoided at all costs. Also max win is usually only around 100X or in some cases 500X which is just not worth it what so ever.
 
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