RTG Slots pay out more and higher than MG slots ? Agree ? :)

Emmeline

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I totally agree. :) but that's just my experience. If I would play a couple of more years it would probably even out. But I won't, the slots are so boring. They eat money too :D
 

rzyavgo

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hm, i am disagree. In my exp. MG slots will hit rarely, but if you hit something, it will be big win! On rtg with bet 0.50 max win that i see ~200$.
But both software is really really nice, i like both.
 

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You should have attached a poll to the thread!

Anyway - my answer is No.
Both software's slots are thought to be in the 95% RTP region, so roughly the same.... EXCEPT that about 1.5% of the RTP on RTG goes toward the Random Jackpots - so if you never hit any of those (like me :mad:) your overall RTP will be lower than on MG.

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AudiManinBoro

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Have got to be joking lol Rtg payouts are like finding water in the sahara. Possible but damned unlikley. I only keep an account at one now for the (very) rare times I choose to play at them.
 

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I disagree. When I could play MG casinos I did so much better than RTG. I hit a pretty big Random once at RTG and that was just pure luck. I just tried an RTG casino this morning, one I have not played at for a long time. Nothing has changed. 251 spins on a game that has 3 different features and not one feature was hit. White Rhino is a medium variance game, so if it takes 251 spins and still not get a feature how many will it take before you hit a feature on a high variance game? Again it all comes down to luck. But since I have no luck at this casino, it just unistalled it.

Now with the cap on winnings at RTG, you have a better chance of making a major hit without hitting a Random Jackpot on any given spin at MG casinos.(IMO) Also take a look at the Winner Screenshots, look at how many are from RTG compared to MG. That should tell you alot right there.

LH
 

Vegasbum

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I find they both pay out about the same, although this weekend RTG were huge for me with 3 hits 1,000 - 2,000 times my bet
 

KasinoKing

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I find they both pay out about the same, although this weekend RTG were huge for me with 3 hits 1,000 - 2,000 times my bet
Errrm.... I think you forgot to mention that you normally only play one win-line, which is why your hits are MUCH bigger than the average player! :p

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KasinoKing

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hm guys, payout of 95% mean that in big big big big distance if i will spin 100$, i will return 95$?
Yes.
But that is over the LONG term. $100 worth of spins could return anything from $10 to $10,000+ (if you hit a jackpot!)

Much more accurate to say if I will spin 100,000,000$, I will return 95,000,000$

KK
 

shahran84

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I played RTG for quite sometimes and I won more than MG slots. Just that I lose much more money than RTG slots in a long run. In MG slots, I played for almost 4 months and my highest hit is only $1200+.
This means I should have run away with the money once I hit at RTG slots :p
 

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I always shy away from RTG slots, as I find it difficult to get a decent win on them. Especially to some big hitys by my standards on slots like Thunderstruck and Hitman. I would say that Ronin and Aztec Treasures are probably the two best paying for me from the RTG range.
 

Tirilej

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I have had way higher payouts from the RTG-slots, but they are so rare and I feel I'm just getting angry when playing RTG so I try not to play there at all. It's not good for my temper when I start smashing my keyboard while playing Turbo just to get rid of my last dollars:p
With MG I get a lot of playtime and it's fun games. I don't mind at all playing low stakes just to make my playtime last longer:rolleyes:
 

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RTG is extremely hard to hit on. I went 3000 straight pulls without a bonus spin or anything higher than 3x my bet.
 

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I miss MG (the USA version), I would at least get playtime there and they have such a great variety of games...
I deposit 100.00 at RTG and I am usually done in 15 minutes...Please give us back MG:)
 

AudiManinBoro

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If I were one of the executives at RTG I would be becoming increasingly concerned of the brand collapsing if and when US legislation allows free choice. And by their own folly. Rtg never used to be this tight. You never used to have to go 50 deposits in order to cash out once, but this is seemingly the norm these days. I really do strongly believe that RTG might see its last days because of this tightness once legislation eases up. From what I gather the majority of people are just becoming pig sick of them.
 

sattty

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never been a fan of RTG...tried a few of them but found them all same features hard to hit..

i only play MG now


on a side note got my first ever 5 gold bars with a wild on BDBA yesterday paid 350 for .63 SPIN...shame it wasnt on free spins at time lol
 
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