I have been playing the slot machines on ladbrokes for a few weeks now, just for fun in "play mode", to see if I can get the jackpots on the various different slot machines they provide.
I have successfully done it on the majority of them, but one that eludes me is the "Gee Gee's".
Throughout my time playing in "free mode" I thought that the game seemed rigged, namely on the feature board.
For example, when you are required to do a "skillshot", in other words pressing STOP when a certain number etc lights up, there seems to be no skill needed, as the game is rigged and often forces you onto something else, even though you pressed STOP on something completely different.
To test and prove my query, I downloaded some software that would slow down my computer and the programs, including ladbrokes casino, to a much slower speed. This therefore made the GeeGee's game, along with the feature board operate at a much lower speed. Essentislly I could stop the skillshots on whatever I wanted. So if the game was fair, I could stop on the maximum payouts time after time after time.
Obviously I don't condone using this software in "real mode", but I was in "free mode" and was curious as to the fairness of the GeeGee's game.
As expected, the game is rigged. On the feature board if you land on a "?" you have to press the stop button. The possible things you can hit are "MultiAdd, LOSE, Skill continue, Carry on, Boost, Continue?. Now these are flashing so fast that when you hit STOP it could theorietically land on any, and you wouldn't know that it was rigged as it was flashing so fast.
However, when I used the software, I can make it flash so slow, that I could choose whatever I wanted, so naturally, I would be choosing Carry on, boost or multi add each time, as these are positive outcomes.
NO! When I clicked on of these, it FORCED me onto the LOSE feature, even though it was flashing so slow, there was no way I could hit lose!
Same with the "continue?". Yes and No flash alternatively very fast, but using the software I can slow it down, so I can choose "Yes" everytime and continue in the game.......NO I CAN'T, if I press it on yes it FORCES me onto NO, so I lose haha.
What the hell, this isn't fair at all.
Any comments guys?
As said above, DO NOT, use the software for real mode. This was merely a test to see if the game was indeed fair and required "skill".
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