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Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by Dagobert, Nov 23, 2014.

    Nov 23, 2014
  1. Dagobert

    Dagobert Senior Member PABnononaccred PABnonaccred

    Occupation:
    It
    Location:
    Norway
    So once again I had a winning streak at a new casino.

    Deposited three times around 300 euro, withdrew 1600-1700 euro.

    What I have experienced through my 7 years of online gamling is that it very often "feels" like
    your just giving it back with the next deposits. Endless rows of deadspins and between 300-600 spins between features
    on MG and Net Ent slots.

    Does any of you guys feel the same?
    Could it be anything in it?
    Do I just remember what I want to remember:)

    When I check all my casinos the totalt RTP it is normally at 85-93% overall.
    Statisticly I should be giving back a lot to this particular casino over the next deposits.

    I am wondering if I should stop now and save myself terrible sessions:) And regret:)

    -D-
     
  2. Nov 23, 2014
  3. brianleeporter

    brianleeporter Experienced Member

    Occupation:
    Butcher
    Location:
    liverpool-England
    Yeah I know How You Feel!

    I normally Just end up spending all my winnings So I can't Just end up depositing it all back in.

    Know how you feel though countless deposits for that 1 big win!
     
  4. Nov 23, 2014
  5. davdav5678

    davdav5678 Dormant account

    Occupation:
    Architects
    Location:
    ESSEX UK
    Yer can feel like that , Best to limit your self to spending a certain amount so you are always up on your winning best way in my experience:notworthy To get the most out of your win .
     
  6. Nov 23, 2014
  7. Tirilej

    Tirilej Still a Lady CAG

    Occupation:
    Breathing
    Location:
    Sweden
    Stop playing?
    Maybe that would be the only way to keep the winnings, but I doubt that was what you were thinking of ;)

    My advice would be to stop thinking of how much you have deposited, and how much you won.
    You are suppose to see each deposit as a new chance to win, and you are suppose to see it as entertainment.
    Try that thinking for a while and I believe you will have more fun playing.

    You're thinking too much:)
     
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  8. Nov 23, 2014
  9. Dagobert

    Dagobert Senior Member PABnononaccred PABnonaccred

    Occupation:
    It
    Location:
    Norway
    I mean stop playing at that specific casino, as it would just give it all back with terrible non entertaining
    sessions.

    I will just use my regular casinos:)

    Tin-foil-hat for me:)

    -D-
     
  10. Nov 23, 2014
  11. Tirilej

    Tirilej Still a Lady CAG

    Occupation:
    Breathing
    Location:
    Sweden
    I don't believe it matters if you continue to play at the same place or somewhere else, but that's me and I know many feels different.

    I can give you a small example.
    Back in August I got a nice birthday present from Thrills casino. I won and cashed out $800 from that. I made a deposit the day after and cashed out I think it was around $1500. After 2 weeks more I had cashed out around $5000 from them :D
    If I had been thinking like you I wouldn't have won the rest of it.

    Just remember that you mostly lose and if you win you're lucky.
    You are suppose to have fun and if you win then it's hilarious :p
     
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  12. Nov 23, 2014
  13. psychogene

    psychogene Senior Member

    Occupation:
    This and That
    Location:
    Australia
    I think after 7 years of playing your experience going forward is probably not going to change too much unless you approach with a different mindset. Maybe best to withdraw and enjoy your big win and then come back to gambling when your comfortable losing your money (i.e play for entertainment) or just play with minimal deposits and 0 expectations.

    To be honest I can't really give any advice because I get sucked in so easily lol. Just 1-2 weeks ago I said I'd quit after a series of losses but what do you know 32red gave me something I never heard of called red letter for $20 in an email so I thought what the heck may as well go lose it all in immortal romance. Which is exactly what happened but then I made a small deposit of ($15) with 0 expectation of winning for once and somehow managed to win $585 mostly on tomb raider.

    I looked at my RTP and before this I had made about $1000 withdraw and about $1600 deposits in total (RTP of like 62%) which is now bumped up to about 86%. My feeling is this cycle will probably keep happening for me but its nobody's fault but my own. In reality I would have had like 120%-150% RTP had I been smarter and just withdrew and stepped away all the times I had been up but instead chose to kept playing and losing it all.

    Anyway enjoy your win and put it to good use !!!
     
  14. Nov 23, 2014
  15. Cleveland

    Cleveland Meister Member

    Occupation:
    Professional problem solver
    Location:
    Texas
    I have a bad habit of doing the math on all of my deposits vs withdrawals when I'm winning, which makes it hard to enjoy it.

    If I just lost 100 dollars at one casino, then won 150 at another casino, it's hard for me to not say "well it's really only a 50 dollar win because I lost 100 prior to this at another casino." Learning to treat each deposit as a fresh start is very important. Which is why only depositing what you are willing to lose is extremely important. If you know you are playing beyond your means, or beyond what is easy for your heart to let go, then you keep track of the loses that much more, and that hurt equally as worst....both in the wallet and the guilt department.

    I also like the method of buying something tangible (either for you or someone else) with some of the winnings. For me it makes it a bit more fun, plus I have a reminder of the good sessions. And it's a nice way to remind yourself to withdraw when there is something on your list of things to buy. I'm not saying blow all the winnings all of the time on buying stuff btw.
     
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  16. Nov 23, 2014
  17. Gaz237

    Gaz237 Senior Member MM

    Occupation:
    Retired
    Location:
    chelmsford UK
    Thought this myself

    I normally deposit £100 a week on a Friday and will last me a weekend, with good play.

    Never collected, even though I have been up to £3-400 a couple of times.

    Was not fussed as I enjoyed the playtime.

    I then went on to collect £600 after around 5 months of playing.

    The next Friday I deposited my normal £100 and it was lost before the night was out every time until I stopped played 3 months later.

    Did make me wonder.
     
  18. Nov 23, 2014
  19. davdav5678

    davdav5678 Dormant account

    Occupation:
    Architects
    Location:
    ESSEX UK
    Yes I don't think I could do that all the time wins some nice pennies and then not see any cash in my hand don't seem the point.Noting better then withdrawing winning and getting money out that cash point lol and buying something worthy with it each to there own
     
  20. Nov 24, 2014
  21. nisosbar

    nisosbar Ueber Meister PABnonaccred

    Occupation:
    Other
    Location:
    Right here
    We have this discussion a lot here, hehe.

    People seem to be biased towards mystical thinking, i.e., that observed patterns imply an underlying principle or reason. So, for example, over six spins, your first spin you win 2x bet, then nothing, then 4x, then nothing, then 8x, then nothing ... someone given to mystical thinking would swear that the very next spin is poised to give back 16x bet. I'm pretty sure almost every single gambler knows this fallacy well.

    It's no different on a larger scale, over more spins.

    If there really were a pattern, it would be exploitable and smart people would have found a way to put such casinos out of business.
     

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