How 'Random' Are Slots?

Scott1baird

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what bugs me is when watching steamer play a game and get a bonus in 5 or so spins and you hear them say " It rolled the bonus in fast not expecting it to pay much" god if I ever get a feature within 5 spins I am shouting in my head "this is gonna be epic" its just something that bugs me alot, every bonus whether it dropa in the first 5 spins or over 1k spins should have the same potential each bonus, not just based on the actual amount of spin to get it, How many of you have spent well over 1k spins to get a bonus on bonanza knowing full well its going to pay around 25x? so in answer for me with my play all spins are random.
 

WillPower505

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what bugs me is when watching steamer play a game and get a bonus in 5 or so spins and you hear them say " It rolled the bonus in fast not expecting it to pay much" god if I ever get a feature within 5 spins I am shouting in my head "this is gonna be epic" its just something that bugs me alot, every bonus whether it dropa in the first 5 spins or over 1k spins should have the same potential each bonus, not just based on the actual amount of spin to get it, How many of you have spent well over 1k spins to get a bonus on bonanza knowing full well its going to pay around 25x? so in answer for me with my play all spins are random.

I agree about the streamer part. I was watching Roshtein last week... This guy hit at least 10 bonuses within 100 spins on dog house, it was unreal. On top of that he was duo slotting another game 'mysterious' something and hitting back to back bonuses on that.

I'm lucky if I hit a bonus within 100 spins, on average id say it takes at least 200 spins to get 1 bonus.

I definitely think they give streamers some kind of edge, especially guys like Roshtein, and if they can alter play on an individual basis I'm sure they can do it site wide for normal players.

I know people will call bullshit, but the casino industry is shady. A lot of really scummy people in it and a lot of the businesses are run like the mob. Why would some 'regulatory' body not be susceptible to being bribed off to give a lot of these companies licenses.
 

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