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gullcry

Dormant account
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Interesting question. It should theoretically mean the reset value for the next one is higher. But wonder if anyone's ever checked.

Could be Simmo. But this would actually favour Piggs Peak players as the reset value is the same for all casino's. :confused:

Just in the last 4 weeks the following progressives were won there-

6 Cashspash
3 Lotsa Loot
1 Fruit Fiesta
1 Supajax
1 Mega Moohla

A grand total of about 400 000 but only costing Microgaming about 30 000.

I am not trying to suggest anything underhand by Microgaming as I am sure there must be a reasonable explanation. A cynic might wonder though... The above list is pretty much what happens at this casino every month as compared to say 32 Red or Ladbrokes where progressives are hardly ever won.
 

spearmaster

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Could be Simmo. But this would actually favour Piggs Peak players as the reset value is the same for all casino's. :confused:

Just in the last 4 weeks the following progressives were won there-

6 Cashspash
3 Lotsa Loot
1 Fruit Fiesta
1 Supajax
1 Mega Moohla

A grand total of about 400 000 but only costing Microgaming about 30 000.

I am not trying to suggest anything underhand by Microgaming as I am sure there must be a reasonable explanation. A cynic might wonder though... The above list is pretty much what happens at this casino every month as compared to say 32 Red or Ladbrokes where progressives are hardly ever won.

When a jackpot is won at a lower-value currency, such as rand, the jackpot resets to the value of the remaining amount. Thus, let's say that there was a $100,000 jackpot on offer (well, in pounds) - and someone won 100,000 rand. The jackpot would reset to a value of (100,000 pounds - 100,000 rand). Only if a jackpot is hit in pounds, OR the value of the jackpot would take it below the seed amount (for CashSplash, it's $5,000) would the jackpot reset to the seeded amount.
 
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