Millionaires Club Jack Pot

The Watchdog

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So when is this jackpot going to be won????

I know that win/lose switch buttons are just a fantasy, but is weird that this Jackpot has been growing for so much time.

Are they doing it just to set a record and make free advertisement from such a huge jackpot?? I am sure they are not, I really respect Cryptologic.

But how this jack pot has grown, makes you feel there is a guy next to the switch waiting for the managers order to push it.... Maybe they are waiting for it to reach $4 million or maybe people are just not playing the game since they have lost their hopes.

Can sombody tell me how many times was Gold Rally's jack pot hitted last yeared compared to Millionaire's Club??

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tennis_balls

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The Watchdog said:
But how this jack pot has grown, makes you feel there is a guy next to the switch waiting for the managers order to push it....

They are waiting for KasinoKing to go 100 spins @ 9 pounds per spin.
 

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tennis_balls said:
They are waiting for KasinoKing to go 100 spins @ 9 pounds per spin.

:lolup: Damn, it's not going to go till the year 3000!?!?!?

And will people please stop making these threads - I get all panicky thinking it's been hit!!!

3,727,062...
 

The Watchdog

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hahah

Hey, is that jackpot in pounds?? no freaking way!! I am signing up soon...

$3 million is one thing, but 3 million pounds???

Are you sure that if you play in pounds it will pay you pounds??
 

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The Watchdog said:
Hey, is that jackpot in pounds?? no freaking way!! I am signing up soon...

$3 million is one thing, but 3 million pounds???

Are you sure that if you play in pounds it will pay you pounds??

Yep yep yep... Crazy huh?

Intercasino.co.uk have the ticker in pounds in fact.

I'm gonna be the Six Million Dollar Man :D
 

KasinoKing

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Slotster! said:
:lolup: Damn, it's not going to go till the year 3000!?!?!?

And will people please stop making these threads - I get all panicky thinking it's been hit!!!

3,727,062...
Ditto to all of that!!!

90p a spin gives me a nose-bleed! :eek:

Nice to dream though, isn't it!
 

The Watchdog

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Sorry

I started this thread and forgot that there was another one...jejejeje

My bad..

If some one can deleted or block it, it will be nice...

...never the less... When is someone going to hit that jack pot??
 

rreevy

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I don't play slots or know much about them, but I get a kind of vicarious kick out of checking the Millionaire's Club jackpot every now and again when it gets this high.

I think the time between hits has to be just one of those things. Look at Rags to Riches on SlotCharts.com - it's hit twice in the same month on several occasions, but then didn't hit at all between March 2004 and January 2005.

More significant I imagine is the actual amount of the progressive. If a fixed amount of the cost of every spin goes into the progressive, then presumably the progressive should rise by about the same amount, on average, between hits, because on average it will take the same number of spins to hit it. I stress the words 'on average' - it could take many years to work out what that average is, since they hit so rarely and the chances of hitting are so small.

It appears that the starting amount for the progressive has been increased recently. It states somewhere on SlotCharts that it starts at $175,000, but it appears from the graphs that it started at about $850k this time, and $580k last time. Of course, you'd have to adjust for that when working out how much has gone into the progressive from people playing it.

BTW Yes, I'm pretty sure that if you play from a GBP casino account, the progressive would be paid in GBP. I think it's the same with Major Millions. I'm also pretty damn sure that if the player was actually resident in the UK the win would be tax-free.

It's so important to have a dream ;)
 

Jane Bentley

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jackpot in pounds

Hello All

Just thought I'd confirm that the Millionaires Club jackpot would be paid out in pounds, in full, if won by a .co.uk player.

Good luck

Jane
 

gfkostas

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rreevy said:
I'm also pretty damn sure that if the player was actually resident in the UK the win would be tax-free.

Too right:D. I wonder what are the mathematical odds of hitting it.
 
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