Sorry to hear that. These new games.... Golden Goose and Cashville are very deceiving as they whittle your bankroll down to naught. They give you the impression that you are doing okay because almost every spin brings "something" in return.. but in fact many of the payoffs are as small as 6 or 8 cents on a dollar wager, giving you a net loss of 90+ cents... while the sights and sounds of the machine has "Winner" written all over it. Also, the fact that MG decided to convert our dollars into pennies on these games gives you the false sense that your bankroll is larger than it really is... causing you to play your bank down lower than you might normally do. Throw in the occassional winner screenshot of dynamic proportions (usually Simmo or Spear) , and you have a recipe for making big money on these slots.... if your name is Microgaming.jonevegas said:I have never sustained a loss on slots at one sitting like the Genie, call me a fool for hanging on but I went down $3700.00, the shitty goose at times went over 500 spins and then gave the worst and crapped out a 400 coin egg. My ass is gonna hurt a long time from this one.
Good post Simmo ! but I would take out the word "patience" and replace it with money.Simmo! said:However, it requires a long session of play and a hell of a lot of patience to ride out the slow streaks - at least 3-4 hours more often than not - to achieve a reasonable result.
Not necessarily, Tim... If you play 20 lines/1 coin/1 cent, it costs a quarter per spin with the goose bonus. Granted you'll get squat for payout, but if you use Simmo's strategy, you'll know when to increase coinage.tim5ny said:Good post Simmo ! but I would take out the word "patience" and replace it with money.