Question for the experienced slot players...

balm3519

Dormant account
Firstly I'm new to the site, and also fairly new to playing on online slots (having always pretty much bet on just football and horse racing). So my question is, once you register to a casino and start playing a game (I understand about the RNG), does your gameplay leave some sort of footprint in the system.

The reason I ask is that since ive started playing online, there seems to be trends (or what seem like trends), for example if I'm playing and I lose 1000x the next time I deposit ill usually have a big win, before it throws me out again and then repeat the process. I only really play two games aswell ( both WMS) and in a session, one will pay out on features however the other wont. Furthermore once I'm nearly down to zero balance it will usually give me a feature.

To me it just seems like there is a footprint you leave and if you lose big then the next time your more likely to win big, as if it knows you've staked a large amount before.

This might seem like a stupid question, just wondering if somebody could shed some light?

Thanks, Jay.
 

Jono777

Meister Member
CAG
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mm4
Short answer is 'No!'

Each session is totally independent of your previous session.

Say for example you won 1,000 at 'XYZ' casino you could win another 1,000 on the session after than and the session after that!

If you played and won big on WMS Raging Rhino at 'XYZ' casino there is nothing to say you could not go and win big also on the same slot at 'ABC' casino.

Works for losing too remember lol and that's maybe what your experiencing now.

Nothing is rigged, no RTP reduction if you withdraw and slots have no memory with regard to a players individual activity :thumbsup:
 

balm3519

Dormant account
Short answer is 'No!'

Each session is totally independent of your previous session.

Say for example you won 1,000 at 'XYZ' casino you could win another 1,000 on the session after than and the session after that!

If you played and won big on WMS Raging Rhino at 'XYZ' casino there is nothing to say you could not go and win big also on the same slot at 'ABC' casino.

Works for losing too remember lol and that's maybe what your experiencing now.

Nothing is rigged, no RTP reduction if you withdraw and slots have no memory with regard to a players individual activity :thumbsup:
Thanks for clearing that up, and yes losing is what I'm experiencing now :D

Well apart from a really nice win last week at wickedjackpots, which then took a non-stop 14 hour session on Montezuma to clear something like 8k wagering :eek2:
 

Jono777

Meister Member
CAG
mm1
mm4
Yeah I've had lengthy losing streaks, not nice but they do come to an end!

Glad you mentioned Wicked Jackpots. Now you will probably be fine but as an experienced player I will not tell you not to play there, but be VERY cautious.

More so if your accepting bonuses, read their terms and conditions fully and be aware that also they can and sometimes WILL change these without informing players.

They are owned/run by Cassava Enterprises who will not enter into ANY correspondence over anything, once they make up their minds they do not budge! Do a quick google search, plenty of negative instances regarding Cassava!

If you are new to all this online slotting lark then I strongly advise that you stick to the CasinoMeister accredited list, some good incentives for signing up/joining through CM Links also :)

http://www.casinomeister.com/forums/list.php?r=category/49-UK-Gambling-Commission
 

sledge13

Experienced Member
Short answer is 'No!'

Each session is totally independent of your previous session.

Say for example you won 1,000 at 'XYZ' casino you could win another 1,000 on the session after than and the session after that!

If you played and won big on WMS Raging Rhino at 'XYZ' casino there is nothing to say you could not go and win big also on the same slot at 'ABC' casino.

Works for losing too remember lol and that's maybe what your experiencing now.

Nothing is rigged, no RTP reduction if you withdraw and slots have no memory with regard to a players individual activity :thumbsup:
I think the total opposite of this is true or why do 95% of the time free spins take like 200 spins most of the time....because you have just loaded up the game, and when you have had a big win you just know the next free spins etc will be low...
 

Jono777

Meister Member
CAG
mm1
mm4
I think the total opposite of this is true or why do 95% of the time free spins take like 200 spins most of the time....because you have just loaded up the game, and when you have had a big win you just know the next free spins etc will be low...

I have had several back to back big features so not always low.

Most recent IIRC was £200+ on Raging Rhino at 0.40p bet. Upped to 0.80 afterwards and a few spins in another £120+, upped to £1.20 a spin and another £150ish so it can happen.

To be fair tho most bonus rounds these days are 30-50x at best
 

goatwack

Swingin' like Darryl Strawberry
CAG
Gamblers love to delude themselves, I always think whenever I hit a bonus of any sort that this the 'big one' and I'm going to clean up, when in reality afterwards I'm left with 10x bet and a comfortingly familiar air of resignation.

As much as we all love good consecutive bonus rounds (and they do happen) it's not likely to keep occuring, considering the trillions of spins churned out by slots and millions of bonus rounds. Best to enjoy them when they last and savour that feeling, because it will inevitably be followed by weeks of anguish and verbose profanities.

Sometimes we like to think we can pick right off from our last good session, probably on the exact same games and then wonder why things don't just repeat themselves. Millions of random combinations can do that to you, RNG is mostly a bitch. When a wonderhit comes along the safest thing to do is run for the hills :thumbsup:
 

balm3519

Dormant account
Had a nice win last night £1100, decided today to play £1.20 stake (Montezuma) till the next bonus and then withdraw whatever happened...... Over 1400 spins later, not one feature :what: Not even one win over 20x. Think I need to pack it in :notworthy
 
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