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curremon

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Every time me or my wife plays at any of these casinos something happens when wagering bonus..

Exactly at 50% of wagering rtp drops to below 20% and it takes about 10 minutes and all money gone... i dont fucking believe that 19 times in a row i just get unlucky exactly same moment when it comes to wagering requirements...
 

curremon

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This cant be just bad luck .. i would understand if sucking starts sometimes at 60% sometimes at 79% .. BUT ITS ALLWAYS AT 50%
 

Jono777

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Its not just MT ST sites, its every site.

Some of the more risky sites will allow you to within 20% of finishing WR before they flick the 'kill' switch.

I've almost given up depositing, just gonna paypal the regular screenshot and video posters my money now, cut out the middle man.

I have some right tin foil moments when it comes to the situation you describe, given up 'beating myself up' about it yonks ago, like banging your head up a brick wall.

Had the best play today that I've had in 3-4 months, shame there was 1K WR ahead and it wasn't one of my cash only or 25% bonus days :rolleyes:
 

Deeplay

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All swings and roundabouts .... keep in mind we are but a minuscule fraction of all online players.

I had a crap first half of this year could win jack - and now the past 2 months im cashing out every other deposit.
Not saying it to make those not winning feel bad as I know my luck will turn - but thats all it is I think in most cases

........ but do I suspect some games "TWIN SPIN" :mad::mad: have been gimped so that they over all pay different ... yes I do.

There be no kill switch the casinos dont need such. In the end we are all doomed to loose.
 

goatwack

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In all seriousness, it's very easy to say it's this, that, or the other because from a distance it's hard to relate exactly with the OP's situation.

I mean 19 times in a row isn't great by any means and who knows what the hell goes on during each session.

I've had numerous occasions where I'd convinced myself I was going to beat the wagering with a couple of hundred 'accrued', only to spunk it back and wonder what the hell just happened.

Another hindrance for me is sticking to one or two games, and playing sky-high variance ones to boot. This is where the 'killswitch' effect is more prevalent after extended play.

My end of year stats are pretty shocking too, but I'd wager overall to have a 30-50% bonus- beating history, albeit with fairly small WRs.

It's not cashing out when wagering is done and being a greedy bastard that sours the experience for me :(
 

Deeplay

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In all seriousness, it's very easy to say it's this, that, or the other because from a distance it's hard to relate exactly with the OP's situation.

I mean 19 times in a row isn't great by any means and who knows what the hell goes on during each session.

I've had numerous occasions where I'd convinced myself I was going to beat the wagering with a couple of hundred 'accrued', only to spunk it back and wonder what the hell just happened.

Another hindrance for me is sticking to one or two games, and playing sky-high variance ones to boot. This is where the 'killswitch' effect is more prevalent after extended play.

My end of year stats are pretty shocking too, but I'd wager overall to have a 30-50% bonus- beating history, albeit with fairly small WRs.

It's not cashing out when wagering is done and being a greedy bastard that sours the experience for me :(

Been there done it , got the hat and yes that sucks. But thats why I rare take a bonus these days.
Saying that I did just take a sky vegas bonus but was only 20x playthrough on the bonus only.

So was worth it ... £30 in made playthrough and withdraw \£150

thats another thing these days I do withdraw much faster than I used to. Sure means I will rare get a mega withdraw but if im 50 to 100 up on a session I will hit the WD button most times.

But each to there own. I remember last year being up over £1100 on a £20 deposit at video slots. I was in a drunk slumber decided for some mad reason to try get just 1 more £100
you can imagine the out come ................................withdraw NOWT :mad::mad::mad: No kill switch needed on that one I made sure of that myself. Mad!!!
 

Pulver

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Every time me or my wife plays at any of these casinos something happens when wagering bonus..

Exactly at 50% of wagering rtp drops to below 20% and it takes about 10 minutes and all money gone... i dont fucking believe that 19 times in a row i just get unlucky exactly same moment when it comes to wagering requirements...

It does not matter what casino you play at, they all get the games from the game providers servers. So, when you play slots from Microgaming, NetEnt and so on, you are playing them directly on Microgaming and Netents servers. Mt Securetrade does not interfer with the games in any way. (You can easily check this.)

There is already a house edge in place, why would they need to alter the games furter?
 

ThePOGG

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As Pulver states above!

The human brain is programmed to look for patterns even where none exist and the high variance of gambling games is something that the brain simply can't cope with. If you're genuinely getting to the point where you believe that the casino can hit a 'kill switch', while I sympathise with your bad run, it's time to stop playing!

TP
 

CasinoBonusMast

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Selective memory..

MT Secure Trade casinos are IMO on the top shelf of online casinos and to be honest I don't think they would mess around.

You could see it like a money printing machine.. On the long run, the casino makes money, they are sure they will (house edge).. Why mess around and risk it all for a couple more bucks?
 

PatrickNess

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It does not matter what casino you play at, they all get the games from the game providers servers. So, when you play slots from Microgaming, NetEnt and so on, you are playing them directly on Microgaming and Netents servers. Mt Securetrade does not interfer with the games in any way. (You can easily check this.)
How ?

:)
 

Pulver

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PatrickNess

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So glad to see so many players so worried about this and casinos doing so much to prove they're fair (!).

(...) Basically you check the source code and see where the game is hosted. NetEnt for instance have their games on the domain casinomodule.com.

Let's assume that these addresses are legit even though they can be easily spoofed (a checksum would far more reliable btw). What it tells me is... meh, barely that maybe the graphical interface is stored on NE MG IGT servers. But it doesn't give me the slightest remotest shadow of the beginning of a tiny bit of a clue as to :
- where the RNG is, assuming there is one
- no one interferes with it (in other words, answering OP's question/remark)
- etc.

Or does it ?

:)
 
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