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Question Mega Moolah RTP?

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by ChopleyIOM, Apr 20, 2018.

    Apr 20, 2018
  1. ChopleyIOM

    ChopleyIOM Hearthstone Addict webby

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    Apologies for the incredibly basic question here, but what's the RTP of MG's Mega Moolah slots?

    Everywhere seems to list it as 89% (including Videoslots) but I've got it in my head from previous discussions about this that 89% is the base game RTP, and you're chucking an extra 5% or so into the various progressive pots, to bring the total T-RTP to something like 94% or 95%.

    (Similar to how Jackpot Party used to run at 92% + 3% to the progressives.)

    The reason I'm asking is we're looking to put together a work Slot Syndicate, since it can't possibly do any worse than our Lottery Syndicate. (My pitch is why play random games with big cash prizes at a 50% RTP, when you can play random games with big cash prizes at a 95% RTP.)

    However, I want to make sure I get my numbers right when I'm explaining what the RTP of Mega Moolah is versus the lottery.

    I've had a search of the forums and a Google, and I just keep coming back with 89% which seems wrong to me as MG just don't run their slots at that RTP as far as I'm aware.

    If it comes together it should be pretty cool as I'll be doing a video for the syndicate each week so all members can see how the session goes, which of course will be going on my channel as well.

    Cheers :)
     
  2. Apr 20, 2018
  3. Balthazar

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    FWIW the Mega Moolah jackpot is attached to 5 different slots including TDK. TDK's base game runs at 88.12% RTP and with the jackpot attached it runs at 96.43%. So the Mega Moolah jackpots cost 8.31% RTP on TDK. I'd assume it's the same with the Mega Moolah slot?
     
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  4. Apr 20, 2018
  5. dionysus

    dionysus can turn wine into water CAG MM

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    been on holidays have ya? :D
    aint been TDK in a dog's age
     
  6. Apr 20, 2018
  7. Balthazar

    Balthazar The Governor

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    Really? :laugh:
    Anyway, those numbers were the RTP at the time.
     
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  8. Apr 20, 2018
  9. ChopleyIOM

    ChopleyIOM Hearthstone Addict webby

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    It's surprisingly difficult to get an actual RTP figure for Mega Moolah, I might just ask Daniel from Videoslots and hope he has more information. (They list it as 89% RTP, which is potentially doing a disservice.)

    As Balthazar notes above, it was always 'base game + progressive contribution' as I recall, but good luck on finding the actual numbers anywhere!
     
  10. Apr 21, 2018
  11. paul7388

    paul7388 Meister Member MM

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    The RTP for Mega Moolah at William Hill is

    Game RTP 88.12%

    Jackpot Contribution 8.80%

    RTP: 88.12% - 96.98% RTP

    Checked it at William Hill as they have RTP for every game listed on game icon before you play it
     
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  12. Apr 21, 2018
  13. mcgameboy

    mcgameboy Screenieholic & Essayist mm2

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    Choppers.....this might be of interest to you.

    You must register/login in order to see the link.

    What you will notice is that there are no RTP figures for MM Summertime and MM 5 Reel Drive. But it does more or less back up what Balthazar stated in post #2.
    The only thing I would query in his post is that the RTP figure of 96.43% that he mentioned was actually for The Dark Knight Rises, not The Dark Knight.

    Also, the contribution to the progressive would appear to be higher (8.8%), which would make MM 96.92% and MM Isis 96.8%.
    I'm inclined to think (but can't be 100% sure) that TDK's RTP was in line with one of those two figures.

    Balthazar...TDK was pulled by MG in late June 2016, almost 4 years to the day after it replaced the LOTR progressive. The Dark Knight Rises was also pulled.

    Edit...didn't realise Paul had already posted until after I had posted mine :oops:
     
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  14. Apr 21, 2018
  15. ChopleyIOM

    ChopleyIOM Hearthstone Addict webby

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    Thanks everyone that's really useful :) (I've never seen that 32Red list before, quite interesting reading!)

    So by all accounts I can describe the Mega Moolah slots as 96% RTP, versus 50% RTP on the lottery - quite compelling numbers.

    Thanks again for the information, I'm very much out of the loop and was having trouble finding the numbers myself :)
     
  16. Apr 21, 2018
  17. interlog

    interlog Senior Member MM webmeister

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    That reminds of our work lottery syndicate. I was going through a very good run on DOA (5k profit over a period of 3 weeks) a few years ago. Lottery syndicate was it usual shite with no wins. So we decided to invest the £300 accumulated winnings over 2 years (it was that bad!) on a DOA session that I was going to play.

    Needless to say, it went tits up and that was the last time I was going to play with other peoples money!
     
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  18. Apr 22, 2018
  19. Jasminebed

    Jasminebed Closer to 100 than Birth

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    Isn't syndicate play usually a breach of terms at most casinos?
     
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  20. Apr 22, 2018
  21. lotusch

    lotusch Megaways Slots, as useless as salt in your coffee webby PABaccred mm2

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    How would they know? And why would they care?
    That means if I understand the word syndicate play properly. :)

    It would mean for example that I receive 50 Euro's from 9 collegue's and add 50 myself and deposit the 500 Euro to play at a certain casino hoping for a big win.
    Then cash out and split even between the 10 of us?

    In that case, I would not see a problem. ^^
     
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  22. Apr 22, 2018
  23. ChopleyIOM

    ChopleyIOM Hearthstone Addict webby

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    Yes that's basically all we're intending to do, it's not going to be some high-rolling casino-destroying enterprise, it's literally just going to be a group of friends all chucking £10 into the pot once a month (we reckon we'll get maybe 10-15 of us signed up), I'll deposit the funds into a casino and play out an agreed number of spins on Mega Moolah, video it for the group for a bit of fun, and if we actually win something big, we'll share the prize.

    I guess I should probably check it out with the casino in question first, as they'll use any excuse to withhold a prize, I'm sure..... :eek2:

    It's just the same concept as your average work lottery syndicate or something like that.

    Surely from the casino's point of view it's simply a player depositing an amount of money and playing spins on a slot?
     
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