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Kroffe

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strange having played it I wouldn't place it at 10/10 volatility, maybe that rating relates to the bonus round, that does feel very volatile with most results being poor.
I feel the same.
I would rate it more medium-ish. Maybe give it a 4 or a 5/10
Basegame usually keeps balance pretty steady, and bonuses usually dont take too long to land.
 

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Try Wild Rails. I am pretty sure you will like it. :thumbsup:
Thanks again Harry, gave it a go just now, a nice game with potential. Only played at 30p stake as I have a tendency to lose my wins back, which is the worst feeling. In this week alone I've jettisoned about £800 :eek: back to casinos, with bonanza to blame for half that loss at least.

what a stupid game that is for rinsing a balance, after an avalanche of dead spins you're left with no option but to plough on...if you do manage to get a bonus, going for a second feels like collecting another 40 hearts on lil devil after just doing it :( :mad:

It was only ever tenable on the basis of crazy type wins with large multipliers, but they're rarer than a dodo.

Anyway here are my wild rail pics, decent bonus result and good base game hit when the 3 bottom railways all went wild, equivalent wins on bonanza don't come easy, and I managed to trigger two bonuses on WR in the space of about 20 mins or less, and with no inane banjo music either :laugh:

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Borrowing this thread for slot-related question again. =)

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Do games have to state in the help-file if betsize affects chance of hitting something?
I noticed quite a few of the sites that have Grand spinn dont have the progressive attatched to it.
But i did not see anything in the helpfile about how increased betsize would increase chance for progressive jackpot hit.

The biggest hit on the non-progressive version is "only" 10 000x, but hitting a progressive on 4p would be closer to 150 000 - 200 000x stake. So if i have the same shot at hitting a progressive as i have hitting a measly 10 000x, then its dumb to ever play the non-progressive versions.

Edit: got a nice hit for 400x just now.

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Borrowing this thread for slot-related question again. =)

@Harry_BKK
Do games have to state in the help-file if betsize affects chance of hitting something?
I noticed quite a few of the sites that have Grand spinn dont have the progressive attatched to it.
But i did not see anything in the helpfile about how increased betsize would increase chance for progressive jackpot hit.

The biggest hit on the non-progressive version is "only" 10 000x, but hitting a progressive on 4p would be closer to 150 000 - 200 000x stake. So if i have the same shot at hitting a progressive as i have hitting a measly 10 000x, then its dumb to ever play the non-progressive versions.

Edit: got a nice hit for 400x just now.

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To my knowledge, game providers have to state it in the rules/paytable only if the bet size is directly relative to winning the jackpot or even just entering the jackpot bonus game (if there is one).

If there is no mention, then bet size does not matter.

However, in the case of NetEnt, they have an average number of spins at EUR€1 for a jackpot to hit, e.g. on Grand Spinn Superpot it is 1 in 1,678,284 (at €1 bet). So, if you play it at €0.02 you have to take that number by x50

On Grand Spinn without the progressive it does not matter as the jackpot is fixed. The chance to win it is 1:167,700

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To my knowledge, game providers have to state it in the rules/paytable only if the bet size is directly relative to winning the jackpot or even just entering the jackpot bonus game (if there is one).

If there is no mention, then bet size does not matter.

However, in the case of NetEnt, they have an average number of spins at EUR€1 for a jackpot to hit, e.g. on Grand Spinn Superpot it is 1 in 1,678,284 (at €1 bet). So, if you play it at €0.02 you have to take that number by x50

On Grand Spinn without the progressive it does not matter as the jackpot is fixed. The chance to win it is 1:167,700

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But is that how the advantage scales?
So someone spinning at 50p will have to do twice the amount of spins to hit the progressive on average?
I didnt think the advantage of a bigger betsize was that massive.
Not that it matters, im gonna hit the progressive on 4p anyways. :p

Edit: And thanks for the info! Wish they had those in the game with the helpfile.
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But is that how the advantage scales?
So someone spinning at 50p will have to do twice the amount of spins to hit the progressive on average?
I didnt think the advantage of a bigger betsize was that massive.
Not that it matters, im gonna hit the progressive on 4p anyways. :p
That is for NetEnt. Don't know how others calculate it. MG/Playtech are not as generous with giving out data. :oops:

Just checking if I can find anything on Quickspin's first progressive.
 
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But is that how the advantage scales?
So someone spinning at 50p will have to do twice the amount of spins to hit the progressive on average?
I didnt think the advantage of a bigger betsize was that massive.
Not that it matters, im gonna hit the progressive on 4p anyways. :p

Edit: And thanks for the info! Wish they had those in the game with the helpfile.
=)
Quickspin only has one sentence: "The chance of winning the progressive GRAND Jackpot correlates positively with the bet size."

Just as a reminder: You are basically playing a 87% RTP game with Grand Spinn Superpot and it is worse on Quickspin's Dragon Chase with 83%. The rest is all in the jackpots.
 

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Quickspin only has one sentence: "The chance of winning the progressive GRAND Jackpot correlates positively with the bet size."

Just as a reminder: You are basically playing a 87% RTP game with Grand Spinn Superpot and it is worse on Quickspin's Dragon Chase with 83%. The rest is all in the jackpots.
But apart from the "mega" you do hit the jackpots quite often.
I dont know, it does not feel like a sub 96% slot when im playing it.
Luck will probably turn soon, but as of now, i have made around €90 withdrawals from the game, all on 4p spins. :p
It pays really well if you get all three wilds.
 

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Or wait, maybe i misunderstood.
Grand spinn superpot is the one with progressive i guess, and the fixed version is just grand spinn?

I have not played the version with progressive nearly as much as the other one.
 

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Or wait, maybe i misunderstood.
Grand spinn superpot is the one with progressive i guess, and the fixed version is just grand spinn?

I have not played the version with progressive nearly as much as the other one.
Exactly. Superpot is the progressive jackpot version.

You caught it in a lucky moment. The game has max NetEnt volatility, so it could go the 90EUR at 0.04 both ways.
 

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Exactly. Superpot is the progressive jackpot version.

You caught it in a lucky moment. The game has max NetEnt volatility, so it could go the 90EUR at 0.04 both ways.
So we are 100% ruling out slots being skill-based then? :p

Yeah ive been lucky. I can easy see it go €90 down without getting a good hit.
I usually put 25 or 50 autos at a time. Sometimes the 25 autos are ALL dead.
So you need those 50-100x hits just to stay ahead.
 

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strange having played it I wouldn't place it at 10/10 volatility, maybe that rating relates to the bonus round, which does feel very volatile with most results being poor.
10/10 volatility seems too big guess 6/10 would be enough and should give a good result
 

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I've just looked up the 2020 presidential elections on wiki, what was confusing me was I'm sure there were elections for the congress not long ago, and sure enough " Elections for representatives are held in every even-numbered year" so they must be fighting elections and worrying about that every two years, raising money for advertising etc... why not let them have four years :confused:

I think two years in the olden days felt like a longer period of time than nowadays, with complicated issues, two years is a very short time span. But then again better to be able to get shot of someone failing to live up to the job, we could've done with this option in the uk.

according to wiki :

"The 2020 United States elections will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. All 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives, 35 of the 100 seats in the United States Senate, and the office of president of the United States will be contested."

That's also got me scratching my head, how comes only 35, are the senators permanent or have 8 year terms :confused:

edit: just checked again, apparently senators have 6 year terms, and they stagger the elections into 3, so every 2 years roughly a third have to take part in an election. I guess that's the system the founding fathers determined was the best match for their ideals and goals.

Apparently splits are starting to appear in the dems over warren, with moderates not so keen as the time nears for the final decision, gonna be interesting if the dnc plumb for someone different, I guess it's their call, or do they put it to a public vote area by area as the republicans did when trump ran?
 

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