ATTN: Casino Rep Monopoly Live - What is this game really?

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Watched a bit of 'stop and steps' monopoly live video this morning, had to turn it off after 5 mins :eek2: it was destroying my few remaining brain cells at a rate of knots. The only thing I did enjoy, for about 3 seconds, was watching the top hat man sat in a chair drinking a cup of tea. [ Rich Uncle Pennybags is apparently the name he goes by? though tight arsed B may be more appropriate :laugh:]

No offence intended to those who like it but I think the first best strategy is to keep your money in your pocket and avoid this reverse roulette style 'game' like the plague, the second is if your suffering from insomnia find a youtube video of someone else playing it :p
 

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Thanks for the replies, very helpful :)

So to get optimum RTP and have access to the board, betting on 2, 10, and the rolls is the way to go, but I take your point above eizei that dropping the 10 may work better in some regards.

I might have a crack at this and do a video for it, I know a lot of people didn't care for the games at Tombola, but there's a lot to be said for playing at a slower pace and making your money last a bit longer. Compare and contrast with something as outright psycho as a high variance beast like Jammin' Jars on turbo play.

One last question (I don't have access to the game at the moment), what do the CHANCE segments do, apply a multiplier or multipliers to the next spin of the wheel?
 

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Thanks for the replies, very helpful :)

So to get optimum RTP and have access to the board, betting on 2, 10, and the rolls is the way to go, but I take your point above eizei that dropping the 10 may work better in some regards.

I might have a crack at this and do a video for it, I know a lot of people didn't care for the games at Tombola, but there's a lot to be said for playing at a slower pace and making your money last a bit longer. Compare and contrast with something as outright psycho as a high variance beast like Jammin' Jars on turbo play.

One last question (I don't have access to the game at the moment), what do the CHANCE segments do, apply a multiplier or multipliers to the next spin of the wheel?

Looking forward to that!

The Chance can award multipliers (in the case of more consecutive chances cumulative like raging rhino) or a cash prize. If you get one or more chance multipliers it will multiply everything you bet on, and if you manage to get the rolls then, all the fields on the board will first be upgraded as they normally would, then multiplied by the (cumulative) multiplier of the chance card(s)...if the chance card awards cash, after one or more preceding chance multipliers, that cash prize (usually about 3 to 10 times bet) will also be multiplied.
 

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I had another go at this last night and didn't do nearly so well. The ROLLS just weren't really coming up enough, and when they did it was just the 2x rounds that were paying crap, didn't see the 4x at all.

We did get a 10x multiplier off the chance but it then landed on a '1' segment, which I don't cover anyway.

In the end I lost £64 placing £2 bets (£1 on '2', 50p on 2x Rolls, and 50p on 4x Rolls), although I got a fair wedge of playtime, it was getting rather dull towards the end.

Annoyingly, the '10' was coming up quite a lot, which I don't cover now!

There is a confirmed hit of 2220x stake, the host was saying, and chat corroborated this.

Not a bad game though, if one was playing with 10p chips, maybe with total bets of 40p per round, you could play the bugger for ages with not much cash.
 
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Here you go :)




I have to say this game is utterly tedious. It's the equivalent of watching Rochdale vs Darlington on a cold wet Monday night in January while playing St*rb*rst on your phone with a dodgy 4g connection.
 

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Yesterday was a massive day on Monopoly live, I hope at least some of you got to enjoy it. In the afternoon there was a 64x multiplier that landed into a 2 for 128:1 and later at night Andy spun 500x and 250x bonuses back to back which I sadly missed myself but then on his next shift some 1,5hrs later he landed another 4 rolls with the 500x Mayfair. Of course these wins are going to be rare but if you happened to play last night you had a chance for some really big bucks. Personally I play with very small bets for about 3€ total bet for each spin and still landed some pretty sizeable wins. For me this is by far the most fun live casino game there is.

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I have to say this game is utterly tedious. It's the equivalent of watching Rochdale vs Darlington on a cold wet Monday night in January while playing St*rb*rst on your phone with a dodgy 4g connection.

The game is fine IMO. The overall variance profile probably isn't a million miles off your average medium variance slot, it's just that the rate of play is massively slower.

I find that quite a nice combo is £50 for Monopoly Live, and £50 for Tombola - playing Monopoly Live with £2 worth of bets per round (covering '2', and both rolls), and 50p per play at Tombola. With the slow rate of play on Monopoly Live, and the 98.5% RTP + low variance at Tombola - that's some decent playtime all but guaranteed, whilst still having the chance to hit some decent wins.

Makes more sense to me than being a ranty man shouting at the clouds, which is what fishing for wins on a lot of psycho variance profile slots can be like these days. I mean, I could go and play WWTBAM, wait hundreds of spins for a feature, and then lose it on an 89% ask the audience trying to get to 10 spins......
 

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