Losing Streak After a Big Win

goatwack

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It's uncanny really, and near- enough accepted as fact that in the unending cycle of millions of spins I have never heard of, or experienced myself, two or even three consecutive 'loose' sessions

So really when players are told there are no patterns in gambling, and how it's all just part of our paranoid delusions, one pattern that always rings true is that a bad session always 'randomly' follows a good one :thumbsup:
 

Jhonson90

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I have been playing slots for many different providers for 6 years, every time I get to the withdrawal I win on any slot I play, when the trend is negative I have no winnings on any slot and on any provider.
So either I win everywhere or I lose everywhere, the middle way never happens, it's strange because the combinations come from the provider's servers and not from the casino.
 

greylady

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It's par for the course for me. I had a nice win weeks ago and ever since I just can't seem to get above my starting balance, lost count of the times I just give up and lose interest for weeks after this happens yet again.
 
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goatwack

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I used to cling on to this long-held belief that certain casinos have more favourable versions of my games, it may well have been RTP-tampering before it was even a thing (little joke there) but more likely is that if the games run badly from the server, they kind of stink everywhere

Catching eg DOA or Bonanza in a foul mood won't be remedied by switching casinos I find, call it an expensive experiment. Probably why when the likes of DOA produce Winner Screenshots there'll be a little flurry of other users going through the same, or any other game (apart from Bonanza)

So in summary, beware the temperamental host servers and their quarterly profit margins pre-tax year
 

Don't be rigged now

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I used to cling on to this long-held belief that certain casinos have more favourable versions of my games, it may well have been RTP-tampering before it was even a thing (little joke there) but more likely is that if the games run badly from the server, they kind of stink everywhere

Catching eg DOA or Bonanza in a foul mood won't be remedied by switching casinos I find, call it an expensive experiment. Probably why when the likes of DOA produce Winner Screenshots there'll be a little flurry of other users going through the same, or any other game (apart from Bonanza)

So in summary, beware the temperamental host servers and their quarterly profit margins pre-tax year
 

Copperzzz

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I have been playing slots for many different providers for 6 years, every time I get to the withdrawal I win on any slot I play, when the trend is negative I have no winnings on any slot and on any provider.
So either I win everywhere or I lose everywhere, the middle way never happens, it's strange because the combinations come from the provider's servers and not from the casino.
Exactly the same here, either all slots of different providers magically start paying or none of them do. 9 out of 10 times it's the latter.
 

wizzy

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Every single time i make a big withdrawal a heavy losing streak always follows, can't seem to land features or get up by any amount. I have to exclude myself from sites to avoid feeding it all back in. Anyone else notice this with their play?
yes exactly this more so in the past 3 months a lot more
 

PaaskeDenmark

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It's all in your/our heads. Many factors come into place on this.

Like what was your new deposit and what was bet size. Also important whats slots you went on to play.

If playing high volatile then of course 9 out of 10 times you would be more likely to bust out.

I am very experienced and know many of you are, I have had the same feeling many times as well after winning big and having a nice withdrawal, but really in gambling, we can expect to almost lose most of the deposits apart from the one lucky deposit session.

It does not matter if you play at same casino or play the same slot again as it has no history heck even casino wouldn't set your RTP to be lower. (unless it's a crook casino or crook provider)

Maybe also we tend to play a bit looser or a bit higher after we had a big withdrawal that's what I notice myself many times, or yeah maybe even try out more high volatile slots were we normal would play lower ones?

Also, important to remember is for us UK players we now have lower RTP on many sites that is important to take in as well, as this more likely gives worse sessions in the long run. A good tip if playing like Play'N'Go and Red tiger etc make sure you check the RTP on info page before you play to ensure you get maximum RTP.
 

PaaskeDenmark

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I’ve got nothing against losing it’s gambling at then end of the day, however sinking £500 on 40-60p stakes with nothing back is just demoralising.
Agree on that it has become much harder to win on slots these days and it's not helped with lowering of RTP from many providers and casinos (UK especially). So make sure you check that and importantly where you play as well since some casinos have kept max RTP while others Videoslots use lower RTP on many slots and Quickspin at Videoslots you don't get them coins which are activated on most casinos.
 

Don't be rigged now

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It's all in your/our heads. Many factors come into place on this.

Like what was your new deposit and what was bet size. Also important whats slots you went on to play.

If playing high volatile then of course 9 out of 10 times you would be more likely to bust out.

I am very experienced and know many of you are, I have had the same feeling many times as well after winning big and having a nice withdrawal, but really in gambling, we can expect to almost lose most of the deposits apart from the one lucky deposit session.

It does not matter if you play at same casino or play the same slot again as it has no history heck even casino wouldn't set your RTP to be lower. (unless it's a crook casino or crook provider)

Maybe also we tend to play a bit looser or a bit higher after we had a big withdrawal that's what I notice myself many times, or yeah maybe even try out more high volatile slots were we normal would play lower ones?

Also, important to remember is for us UK players we now have lower RTP on many sites that is important to take in as well, as this more likely gives worse sessions in the long run.
It's all in your/our heads. Many factors come into place on this.

Like what was your new deposit and what was bet size. Also important whats slots you went on to play.

If playing high volatile then of course 9 out of 10 times you would be more likely to bust out.

I am very experienced and know many of you are, I have had the same feeling many times as well after winning big and having a nice withdrawal, but really in gambling, we can expect to almost lose most of the deposits apart from the one lucky deposit session.

It does not matter if you play at same casino or play the same slot again as it has no history heck even casino wouldn't set your RTP to be lower. (unless it's a crook casino or crook provider)

Maybe also we tend to play a bit looser or a bit higher after we had a big withdrawal that's what I notice myself many times, or yeah maybe even try out more high volatile slots were we normal would play lower ones?

Also, important to remember is for us UK players we now have lower RTP on many sites that is important to take in as well, as this more likely gives worse sessions in the long run.
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Agree on that it has become much harder to win on slots these days and it's not helped with lowering of RTP from many providers and casinos (UK especially). So make sure you check that and importantly where you play as well since some casinos have kept max RTP while others Videoslots use lower RTP on many slots and Quickspin at Videoslots you don't get them coins which are activated on most casinos.
Might be worth giving it a break, something’s got to give the players can’t keep getting ripped off.
 

PaaskeDenmark

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Might be worth giving it a break, something’s got to give the players can’t keep getting ripped off.
Yeah mate better take a break or quit it for good if you don't get any winning sessions.

I have a good system myself basically made profit last 3 years now overall like SkyVegas as example I'm up around £1300. This is only due to me having a strict budget of maximum £150 on gambling a month (unless i win and get a withdrawal then part of it can go into my budget pot).

I have been very lucky to be said its not easy all down to luck but my luck has been that I have hit something big in January-April months last 3 years so basically that big win has kept me going rest of year without risks.

Of course if i had not got a big win early on then i could be down around £2k :)

Also had several withdrawals on that "daily spin machine" which i bet many say "oh fk off that wont pay anything" but one time i won 3 free spins they turned into £2 which i then got lucky winning around £800 on bonanza at £0.60 after getting balance up to around £40 before this :p
 

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I was on big time roll at videoslots, now cant win nothing. When you have withdrew more than you have deposited by 2700$ , casinos don't like it. Lmfao
 

lewisnadasurf

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I really don’t believe in anything like this from a proper trusted casino.

I think you forget about the thousands of rubbish spins before the big win, then hoping to emulate that again ‘post big win’ wonder why it’s taking thousands of spins to even get 200x

I go generally through hot and cold streaks but a lot of it is sticking by my mantra “double my deposit I withdraw”

I remember not getting a wildline on DOA for the first 2 years or so. I watched these big wins and wondered if my day will come.

within 3 weeks I got 5 scatters, a triple wildline and another 2 wildline bonus’

But again nothing for a year

same with DOA2. Got the 5 extra spins once. Not a wildline. The game is brutal tbh as well. It’s harder to bonus than DOA1.

but to finish, no I don’t believe casinos claw back their money if you’ve had a big win by manipulating gameplay. It’s just your selective memory, unfortunately.
 

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It's par for the course, unfortunately.

That said, you gotta be realistic. For every winner, there has to be least one bigger loser.
And the bigger the wins get, the greater the number of people that have to lose in order to pay for that win gets.

To win at all, you have to beat the odds (house edge).

Throw in the fact that it is getting to harder to win on slots thanks to the increasing availability of slots with nosebleed variance and it's really not difficult to see why losing streaks are getting longer and more severe.
 

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