Good&Bad Providers when trying to win at slots.

johnnybagel

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What kind of range are we talking about here? Like, how much lower are they getting? I dont know most games well enough to notice if the RTP is different from one casino to another.
I did notice a lot of slots for the American market have lower RTPs than the ones over here, seems to be standard, maybe we are heading in that direction?
 

Kroffe

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What kind of range are we talking about here? Like, how much lower are they getting? I dont know most games well enough to notice if the RTP is different from one casino to another.
I did notice a lot of slots for the American market have lower RTPs than the ones over here, seems to be standard, maybe we are heading in that direction?
Most sites that use lower rtp seem to use ~94% instead of ~96%
But red tiger slots using the added jackpots sometimes run as low as 91% for the basegame.

Only way to know what version they are using is checking it when playing.
 

Bloatgoat

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And how do you check that specificly, and where can you compare the version number to a general ruleset of RTP's?
 

Kroffe

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Differs a bit depending on what provider the slot is from, but most list the rtp in either the paytable or help-menu.
 
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