My online slots videos (plus UK AWPs)

goatwack

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I know each snowflake is unique before it melts into the ether, can't say I've ever heard of maggot snowflakes :eek2:
 

goatwack

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^ I think that's better than maggot, however close the technicality :eek2:
 

Jono777

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Will watch both later, cheers for nulling a looming afternoon of Sunday boredom lol :oops:

FWIW, that mental monsters AWP was not that bad at all, IIRC, a clone of Monopoly Road to Riches and I had a force/emptier on that, could make about £60-£80 per machine on a good day :)
 

ChopleyIOM

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I manage to get a £100 jackpot UK AWP running over percentage, and then move to force out the jackpot.

Fortunately it was pretend money......

 

colinsunderland

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Haven't the jackpotty forums died a death the past few years :(
Went to have a look today after seeing you mention it, noticed I wasn't logged in, tried to, said wrong user/pass, reregistered using the same user name and it let me, have they had a cull on inactive members or something?
 

ChopleyIOM

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It's certainly quieter over there than it used to be, which is understandable considering the UK AWP is pretty much dead now, but there are a fair few of us still actively posting.

There have been a couple of board migrations over the years so it's possible they've purged old inactive accounts at some point.
 

colinsunderland

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It's certainly quieter over there than it used to be, which is understandable considering the UK AWP is pretty much dead now, but there are a fair few of us still actively posting.

There have been a couple of board migrations over the years so it's possible they've purged old inactive accounts at some point.
I would have thought it would have migrated to FOTB's and online better than it did though, considering the size of the user base. Suppose its just the way forums are now though, mine is still busy but nowhere near as it was 15-20 years ago.
 

ChopleyIOM

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I doubt this will be of much interest to anyone who isn't familiar with UK AWPs, but one of the quirks of compensated machines is that they can do some pretty sketchy stuff, like offer 'gambles' that can't be won.

(Imagine being offered a gamble on a random game, a basic x2 gamble where you pick a red or black card and if you guess correctly you win. Imagine if behind the scenes the code had already decided that the gamble was a pre-determined lose, so there was no correct pick, it wasn't a 50/50 gamble, it was a 100/0 gamble, UK AWPs do this sort of thing all the time.)

Anyway, back in 2003, thanks to the advent of emulation and early virtual machine technology, it became possible to 'snapshot' a UK AWP before a gamble was undertaken, and then 'rewind time' to replay the gamble again, at which point it was proven that they were indeed dirty cheating bastards.

My video is only really to link off to a friend of mine's video, I was far too emotionally invested in the whole affair at the time to make the full video about it.

So my video is only 7 minutes long, the 'proper' video is the one below :)


 

ChopleyIOM

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Coronavirus Plague Special - Chopley recommends eight slots with high RTP and sensible variance you may not be aware of.

Decent playtime pretty much guaranteed, with the chance of winning a few bob too. (I've made a couple of cashouts playing just the slots in this video.)

 

ChopleyIOM

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I've had comments from a couple of people saying that Multifuit81 can hit at 3000x stake and above, I honestly can't quite see how it would given the reel configuration but I am generally crap at working stuff like that out.

@Harry_BKK Do you have the affiliate sheet for this game, can you confirm the top prize on it please?

Either way, as I conclude myself in the video it definitely doesn't belong on the list in terms of sensible variance and near guaranteed playtime, but all the other seven I'm comfortable with.

But yes, watch out for yourselves with Multifruit81.

(Have I done the 'AT' thingy correctly there to (hopefully) summon Harry_BKK?)
 
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Harry_BKK

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I've had comments from a couple of people saying that Multifuit81 can hit at 3000x stake and above, I honestly can't quite see how it would given the reel configuration but I am generally crap at working stuff like that out.

@Harry_BKK Do you have the affiliate sheet for this game, can you confirm the top prize on it please?

Either way, as I conclude myself in the video it definitely doesn't belong on the list in terms of sensible variance and near guaranteed playtime, but all the other seven I'm comfortable with.

But yes, watch out for yourselves with Multifruit81.

(Have I done the 'AT' thingy correctly there to (hopefully) summon Harry_BKK?)
Here I am. And the excerpt from the game sheet :)

Max win is 2,250x bet with the odds at 1:2.87E-07 or 1 in 28,700,000 spins

As a comparison, BoD has 5,000x max win with the odds at 1:37,500,00 spins.

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ChopleyIOM

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Thanks Harry :)

So the top prize is relatively sane, they must just have lumped a lot of the RTP into bigger wins then, which explains its lumpiness!

I see PnG peg it at 10/10 for volatility :eek2:
 

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