Golden Leprechaun Megaways Totally Rigged

Halvor

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Apr 3, 2018
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Ooo, so that stupid I am I didnt even knew this thing!? I never expected to be calculated over 50 spins lets say, but never thought its related to the whole players. Then, its useless in my opinion. When I've seen on reactoonz 43% RTP I was...come on, it must hit to increase the individual rtp with Garga just to find out now, this thing is not seen individually. Maybe next time I start playing casinos I should know about that. Im already about 12k down from slots so its never too late :)
Im left with some nice winnings though like a 3 days doa session full of wildlines on templenile, a 4800x on Primal on 1 GBP and almost 1k on 20p on Starquest but at the end I was deep down :)))
Thanks guys for enlightening me and sorry if being too agressive :)
So you thought the rtp was player specific, and decided to gamble knowing you would lose 3-4% no matter what?
 

Last1left91

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Do you honestly think that rtp is calculated based on a 600 spin sample? Or that you are somehow guaranteed to hit the expected game rtp?

Rtp is based on MILLIONS of rounds, and is in no way, shape or form something you as a player are guaranteed to hit.
DOA2 needed 11 trillion spins in order to establish its rtp for the most volatile type of bonus but they advertises it at MAX Volatile. Golden Lepreshit cant hit even close to what DOA2 can and still has no warning like that! Anyway, I know what rtp is but I've been misled by that software that calculates its rtp, total no of bonusses, etc such that I forgot about the only rtp that matters, that one from the slot's help menu!
 

brianmon

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DOA2 needed 11 trillion spins in order to establish its rtp for the most volatile type of bonus but they advertises it at MAX Volatile. Golden Lepreshit cant hit even close to what DOA2 can and still has no warning like that! Anyway, I know what rtp is but I've been misled by that software that calculates its rtp, total no of bonusses, etc such that I forgot about the only rtp that matters, that one from the slot's help menu!
SlotTracker is still valid. But it only shows your personal RTP, which unless you do millions of spins is usually always going to be different to the game's advertised RTP.

you might get 45% from your 600 spins. But another player might get a good bonus from their 600 spins, giving them an RTP of 139%.
Add those together and divide by 2 (players) and the RTP would be 92%.

Scale that up to all the players of that game, and it'll probably be pretty near the advertised RTP.

Log in to the SlotTracker web page and look at the community statistics for that game, Assuming there are enough SlotTracker users, playing that particular game. The RTP should be pretty close.

I'd try to avoid playing games with such a low RTP as 92% anyway. I won't play anything under 95%
 
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