Random Jackpot by RTG Casinos

tiger2006

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What about the Random Jackpots by RTG Casinos?
Beaten there often.

Is it easy to beat the jackpot there?

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tiger2006

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Here all the real series slots by Bodog Casino

Aztec's Treasure
Caesar's Empire
Cleopatra's Gold
Derby Dollars
Diamond Dozen
Fruit Frenzy
Goldbeard
Golden Glove
Hillbillies
Honey To The Bee
Lions Lair
Mermaid Queen
Mister Money
Outta This World
Prince of Sherwood
Rain Dance
Realm of Riches
Red Sands
Ronin Sunken Treasures
Tiger's Treasure
Vikings Voyage

Which of these is more often make money?

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Zoozie

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I think the jackpots on these slots has equal chance for getting hit (dependant on bet size), since they seem to reset to the same and reaching similar levels before they are hit.

However my experiences with all RTG slots has been tremendously poor. I have only played about 10K spins or so, but I have never had any good wins.
When I play MG slots I at least often get away with some good wins though ofcourse still loosing generally as expected.

My RTG slot experiences has always been with very good bonus (100% or 150%), but that made no difference. I believe RTG has the most 'tight' slots
around, which explains they always give so good bonuses. I have been looking for payout reports for RTG slots, but did not find any. I am sure they are a lot lower than MG slots. I believe Playtech and Wagerlogic are between MG and RTG in payout%.

Also there are some rumours that RTG casinos can change payout% for their slots which MG casinos can not. I would not be surprised if payout% for RGT are 90-93% from my experiences and knowledge about slots. I would prefer
no bonuses and some decent slot payout%. This is robbery. But since it is this way my advice just is not to play them without some heavy bonuses.

I once read on www.wizardofodds.com that Nevada has a law that says
all slot machines must have at least 97%(cant remember excact number)
payout. Shame there is no such law for online slots.

Sorry for my personal rant about RTG slots...

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soflat

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I've done well with the RTG slots. The bonus rounds hit quite frequently and I prefer them to MG.

My favorites are Caesars Empire, Derby Dollars, Outta The World, and Vikings Voyage. I hit 5 scatters on Red Sands with 5 more respins holding all 5, so I like that too. I usually try to hit something on the slots then play video poker to try and clear the wagering requirement.

Ronin has been the biggest frustration. I've probably played 1000 spins and never hit the bonus round.

If anyone here hit a Random Jackpot, what bet size were you playing?

I do believe RTGs can set the payout. Otherwise how can some offer 6 and 10x WR on them? Those ones with the small WR always kill me.
 

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Zoozie said:
My RTG slot experiences has always been with very good bonus (100% or 150%), but that made no difference. I believe RTG has the most 'tight' slots around, which explains they always give so good bonuses. I have been looking for payout reports for RTG slots, but did not find any. I am sure they are a lot lower than MG slots. I believe Playtech and Wagerlogic are between MG and RTG in payout%.

Sorry for my personal rant about RTG slots...
I agree! :thumbsup:
I've had a few good hits at RTG, but generally their slots are rubbish and I rate MG & Crypto MUCH higher.

If you're seeking random jackpots, then Crypto is definitely the place to be:
The Rapid Fire & Marvel jackpots hit numerous times every day; of course they are much lower than the RTG jackpots, but still very nice to hit! :cool:
 

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Zoozie said:
...my experiences with all RTG slots has been tremendously poor...I have never had any good wins.

Also there are some rumours that RTG casinos can change payout% for their slots which MG casinos can not.
I agree with both. I read in another post that RTG operators can adjust payout percentages not only for each slot, but for each bet size within each slot. For example, $1.00/spin might be set at 97% while $10.00/spin might be set at 98% for the same game.

I had thought that all RTG casinos had the same crappy, tight-ass slots until I signed up at iNetBet a couple weeks ago. (Note, this is not an advertisement, spam, or other B.S.) I had only deposited $50 (no bonus) and started playing my usual $0.20 per spin, but that was pretty boring. So I upped my bet to $1.00/spin which I would normally consider quite "dangerous" with such a small bankroll, but I was actually surprised because I was hitting features quite often. By the end of the night, I had played every single video slot at least once, and got the feature at least once in every single one of them. I ended up cashing out $400 without ever having played anything other than the video slots.

So, while this is not exactly "proof", it certainly convinced me that individual RTG operators can adjust their slots as they see fit. I would bet that one of the reasons iNetBet is a notch above the other RTGs is that they have more realistic, vegas-like and player-friendly slot payout percentages (although I have no proof of this, just my own experiences). I have not yet signed up at Bodog but I would expect to experience similar results there (not necessarily turning $50 into $400, but at least being able to hit a freakin' feature every once in a while). I have played at Casino Extreme several times and very, very, very, very, rarely have I ever hit a feature on their slots. Even when I did it was maybe only 2x to 5x the triggering bet size - big freakin' deal.

So, based on my experiences alone, I would guess that RTG operators can adjust the payout percentages of "normal" play (not during a feature), as well as how often the feature(s) will hit.
 

irebal

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soflat said:
If anyone here hit a Random Jackpot, what bet size were you playing?

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I hit one for 5k tonight on Caesar at Casino Extreme on a $5 bet.

My 2 cents : I'd have to say overall i'm doing a lot better lately at the RTG places than anywhere else. I've gotten to prefering their games to the MG ones. The bonus rounds hit pretty frequently, and I'm also feeling like when I get a big hit, it's a larger amount than I'm used to getting on MG.
 

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one can certainly use inetbet's payout percentage report as a basis for comparison against MG slots......i do believe when last i checked this against the payout % for slots at 32Red it showed that MG paid significantly higher.....of course I don't have the patience to break it all down and make a schweet pie-chart so this is just an educated opinion.
 

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Zoozie said:
I once read on www.wizardofodds.com that Nevada has a law that says
all slot machines must have at least 97%(cant remember excact number)
payout. Shame there is no such law for online slots.

I know you said you couldn't remember the exact number, but that needs correction cos it's miles off. I'm not 100% sure but from memory NV gaming laws set a minimum payout of 75%, if that's not exactly right it's very close. If you play slots on the strip etc you'll generally find high payouts in the 95%+ range, because they're competing with the casino next door and oftentimes advertising their payout as a means of attracting customers. If you play in an isolated market, like at a gas station or airport the payout is terrible and close if not bang on the minimum legally allowed (so read a book instead next time you're killing time waiting for your flight to board).

I'm all for regulation of online casinos and I'd have no problem with a min payout % if there was someway of enforcing one. But in real terms I don't think it'd make any difference, if it was set to similar levels applied by land-based gaming regulators all major online casinos would be well over that minimum level already.
 

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guesswest said:
I know you said you couldn't remember the exact number, but that needs correction cos it's miles off. I'm not 100% sure but from memory NV gaming laws set a minimum payout of 75%, if that's not

You are right. I read it again.
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This was for bank slot machines with a signage stating payout%.

75%... Wow.. Why make a law at all then.

Ban online gambling but allow US citizens to get robbed by playing 75% slots in B&M casinos...
 

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Zoozie said:
You are right. I read it again.
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This was for bank slot machines with a signage stating payout%.

75%... Wow.. Why make a law at all then.

Ban online gambling but allow US citizens to get robbed by playing 75% slots in B&M casinos...


That's why you only hit the ones that do advertise 98% or higher ;) ...Which is quite a few. If they advertise that, they definately have to get their records audited to back it up.
 

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I only play RTG at Bodog, and recently the slots have gotten better. I prefer Aztecs treasure, outta this world, fruit frenzy and also cleopatras. The biggest problem for me with them is that I never seem to hit anything real big. I will get some decent hits ($50-$75) off of $1 bets, but it always, without fail goes totally cold thereafter. Even if I manage to get up a couple of hundred dollars, it always turns quickly to crap. So, I guess if winning a hundred bucks off of a $50 deposit is your idea of some great windfall, this is an alright place for you. I probably won't play much anymore online since I recently moved to northern california and have access to the Indian casinos very nearby. Just so many fewer hassles that way. I do like the RTG real series slots though, wish they could take them to the land based casinos. The other night I was picking the planets on Outta this World feature and got to use every planet for my multipliers and free spins. Got the 100X plus several other assorted multipliers!! Totalled 135X and 10 free spins. Unfortunately the spins were stingy (typical RTG) and I wound up with around $150 for the feature. Like I said though, I like the indian casino by my house, so that is my future gambling destination for now. Hit the Wheel of Fortune machine for $1000 twice the other day within 1 hour of play. I'll take that any day!!
 

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I like ronin. I hit the feature there pretty regulary, but aztec does not like me at all. The new one, realm of riches, I have yet to ever hit the feature.

Latley though it does seem I never get those good wins on the real series anymore. Now I pretty much play rtg for the video poker , as it pays better than mg . I also like playing the nickle progressives there to kill time.

I have indian casinos nearby by I hate dealing with the crowds. PLus you have to wait in line to even get a machine . I like to play flaming sevens and
I hit the 7's more times on rtg than in the land casino. So I see the odds are much better on the regualr slots on rtg than land based. When you hit 3 mixed on land based you get 150 credits, where online you get 200, plus they hit more. I have hit 2 flmaing 7's jackpots on land, compared to at least 12 online in the the last year.

As for video slots, MG's older games you can get some better wins on.
I do not like the newer ones with the smaller wins. Seems you never get that far ahead, but now I would say MG has better odds on winning bigger on thier video slots, than rtg, though I find the MG's video slots rather boring.

Ama
 

Winter

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I hit a random of almost $8000 on cleopatras gold slot. I started out betting 20 cents and kept getting the bonus and went up to 40 cents and kept getting the bonus so of course I went up to a $1 and thats when it hit. I was very surprised considering it was my first deposit ever at that casino and I only deposited $5. ;) ;)
 

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I hit a random of almost $8000 on cleopatras gold slot. I started out betting 20 cents and kept getting the bonus and went up to 40 cents and kept getting the bonus so of course I went up to a $1 and thats when it hit. I was very surprised considering it was my first deposit ever at that casino and I only deposited $5. ;) ;)

Really ?......... only off of a $5.00 deposit and this also was your first time depositing at unsaid casino and also your first ever post here....Really ?

I never knew that there were online casinos that would only require a $5.00 deposit...can you please tell us which casino this is ?

How long ago was this ?
 

Winter

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I desposited using moneybookers and the casino was Geisha Lounge, this was a few months ago, it was very exciting and very surprising, it was in there newsletter under my husbands accout James lol
 

RobWin

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I desposited using moneybookers and the casino was Geisha Lounge, this was a few months ago, it was very exciting and very surprising, it was in there newsletter under my husbands accout James lol

Thanks Winter and congrats on your lucky win and Welcome to Casinomeisters Forum !
 
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