Playtech Jealous.

The Watchdog

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A lot of publicity has been given to the Millionaires Club Jackpot of Cryptologics casino Intercasino...

It seems that it has been tha biggest jackpot ever and Playtech didnt liked this

So if you check several Playtech sites you will see $5 million jackpots being offered. Of course its the sum of all of them.

Their biggest jackpot, offered in Gold Rally, is right now in $1.9 million aprox.

Both companies are doing an excellent job. However Cryptos $3 million jackpot is not compared to Gold Rallys one.

Both companies are in a strong marketing battle. The slots players community will be looking for the biggest prize available.

What surprises me is that Millionaires Club Jackpot has been growing for a while and no sign of a winner.

Since 2005 we have seen sevarl happy winners of Gold Rallys Jackpot.

So what do people want, a Jackpot that pays huge prizes more often? Or a jackpot so huge and amazingly attractive to the players that hasnt yet been collected??
 

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The Watchdog said:
So what do people want, a Jackpot that pays huge prizes more often? Or a jackpot so huge and amazingly attractive to the players that hasnt yet been collected??
I'm not a slot player, so I'm probably not the target audience. But a couple of things could get me playing them... a per-slot payout percentage listed on each slot game, and for that payout percentage to be over 97%.

Too much to ask though, I know.

Other things I like to see when I do play slots is a smaller pay table (not 1000 different symbols that might win), 3 reels (I've seen 7 some places... how are you supposed to know what you have?), and a bonus game that is interactive and regularly played.

This from a skilled (Pontoon, Blackjack, and Video Poker) game player, though, so discard as appropriate. ;-)

-Arccos
 

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One of the few things (slots-wise) that impressed me at AusVegas was a clear indication of the payout percentage on each slot.

I guess this is an Australian legal thing. Shame it's not the same elsewhere.

Slot players will ALWAYS go for the big money as opposed to a lower, but ever so slightly more achievable amount... Saying that - what's to say it IS more achieveable? The Millionaires Club gets won on a regular basis, or at least it did before the nine liner came along...

Besides - hand's off! This one's MINE I TELL YOU!!!! :D
 

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I dont think playtech is jealous, they just want the business just like the traffic crypto is getting for the millionare's club jackpot. Higher jackpots means more traffic, more traffic means more business.
 
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Tdoggy

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more....

more business means more money!!!! At that is what they want!!! Good idea by them I think :thumbsup:
 

The Watchdog

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jajajaj

The topic was just being sarcastic...

Why would playtech be jealouse..?? Is only that of course big numbers bring more customers.

So if Crypto was showing 3 million on only one slot machine, they had to show 5 million for all their Jackpots.

Good thinking from both of them..
 

ftg

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Where can I find the Playtech Jackpots figures?

Usually I go to
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but the jackpot nos are not the same as I see in casinos like Twin Aces, Sun Palace.
 

paul02085

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Tdoggy said:
more business means more money!!!! At that is what they want!!! Good idea by them I think :thumbsup:

That sounds exactly like C. Montgomery Burns would say it. Are you sure u arent really him???? :)
 

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And of course the major difference between Gold Rally and Millionaire's Club is that you can win MC with a $0.90c spin compared to a $16 spin for the moolah on GR :eek:
 

The Watchdog

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Well

That one I didn't know about Simmo...

Quite a huge difference... as a matter of fact I have never played at a Cryptologic casino.

I started the thread because the competition of Slot Prices its amusing to me...

Lets see who is the next big winner.. a Crypto player or a Playtech Player
 

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Come on...

Help ..

I want to know at which casino was Gold Rally's Jack Pot won.

Its a big prize... and Playtech has paid it several times this year.

However Crypto's jackpot is still growing and I no lucky guy has been announced...

Let see who goes home with $3 million...
 

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