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Playtech 'Dollar ball' Slots

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by davidsmith56, Jan 30, 2014.

    Jan 30, 2014
  1. davidsmith56

    davidsmith56 Senior Member

    retired civil servant
    Kent,United Kingdom
    Just a question about the Playtech Dollar Ball slots where you have the choice whether to enable this feature.If you do i had assumed that they would play like a progressive with part of the bet going to fund the jackpot and the RTP would be correspondingly lower.Does it mean that the same slot would have two different RTP's,depending on whether or not you played with the feature enabled.Thanks everyone.
  2. Jan 31, 2014
  3. Nifty29

    Nifty29 Dormant account

    Turn right, then right. then right again
    The way I understand it IS the two elements are seperate, and it's like playing the slot with an added option of a $1 raffle ticket to win the jackpot.

    The actual TRTP may be higher with the jackpot enabled, but unless you hit that jackpot you'll never achieve it anyway...and it's costing you $1 extra.

    PT slots aren't my strong suit, so I'm happy to stand corrected.

    TRTP can be misleading where progressives are concerned e.g. Slotland used to advertise 100%+ RTP on some games, and still show 98%+ across the board.....BUT this is ONLY when the jackpot is in play, which requireds a minimum $5 bet. Take out the progressive, and the figures would be quite a bit lower.
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