Mega Moolah Jackpot Totals.

pyst777

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How's it go for you? Feel like I've given it a really good go and very rarely get the Jackpot Spin. Even the Free Spin Feature can take an extraordinary number of spins to show up and then the return is laughably pathetic. Was reading on another forum how one player suggested he had played 50,000 spins and never got a Jackpot Spin.
 

pyst777

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How accurate are they? I was looking at them in both Mega Moolah and Mega Moolah ISIS and the dials click around to almost add another dollar then fall back again. Like they reach $99.97 and the next thing it's back to $99.45. I think I also saw the Mega jackpot alter quite a bit in a flash - a change of a few hundred dollars. Then the ISIS version shows slightly different amounts. I guess the totals are just for show.
 

Harry_BKK

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The displayed numbers are only an indication as they change multiple times within a split of a second based on how many people are playing all games in the Mega Moolah series across all participating casinos. I would estimate that there are 1,000+ casinos offering the slots.

Especially the small jackpots which are sometimes hit every few seconds or less, will not show the exact value but the servers will credit the correct amount.

Plus, the jackpots are based on GBP as currency, so when someone wins a jackpot in $ or EUR the drop in the jackpot value is smaller as the win is converted back to GBP.
 

pyst777

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Well, I got the chance to play for one of the jackpots again - my third - two minis and one of the next one up. I think I have received them all while playing Mega Moolah ISIS - the egyptian themed one. Funny that I play that version a lot lot less than the original Mega Moolah game. Might interest anyone playing Mega Moolah that the ISIS version returns very little while playing it but the free spins feature often pays better WHEN you manage to get it - that doesn't happen as often as it does in original Mega Moolah.
 

pyst777

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I only just noticed it happening - just after the last Mega Jackpot was struck. I think the three small jackpots I have won have all actually been a little bit higher than the total on display at the time.
 

paul7388

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The reason you probably find the Mega Moolah slots pay less than your average slot is because the RTP is set at about 88% for the game the other 8% is for the Jackpot.

So most slots you would normally play are about 95% RTP so playing a Jackpot slot with significantly lower RTP would explain why it seems to pay little most of the time.

As for the Jackpot wheel it is just luck to get it tho the higher your stake the better chance of it happening. Had it many times over the years but i never really play these slots anymore.
 

dionysus

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The reason you probably find the Mega Moolah slots pay less than your average slot is because the RTP is set at about 88% for the game the other 8% is for the Jackpot.

So most slots you would normally play are about 95% RTP so playing a Jackpot slot with significantly lower RTP would explain why it seems to pay little most of the time.

As for the Jackpot wheel it is just luck to get it tho the higher your stake the better chance of it happening. Had it many times over the years but i never really play these slots anymore.
Same. I liken them to lotteries
I'd sooner some good gameplay and decent base hits (or bonus/FS potential) than crossing my fingers and praying
 
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