RTP and how deposit bonus benefit the casino

geordiecolin

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It appears to me while using deposit bonuses that I hit most of my biggest wins while playing a bonus but then ultimately I still fail to meet the wagering requirements.
I am possibly experiencing this right now while taking up the 400% deal at Jackpot strike. I hit nothing until my original deposit zeroed out and then hit the wagering requirements for the bonus. Now with huge wagering to achieve I am hitting wins that would have had me withdrawing if it had not gone below my original deposit ( Triggering the wagering)
My question is. Are these very big wins during wagering requirements that eventually turn to losses for the player effecting casino's RTP massively in the casino's favour?

Edit. I thought that no casino could allow you to use 1000 auto spins as they are in JATB?
 

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They don't affect the casinos RTP a bit, since each spin is random. Once one spin is done you have the same chance of winning on the next one no matter if you won 10000€ or not.
 

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It appears to me while using deposit bonuses that I hit most of my biggest wins while playing a bonus but then ultimately I still fail to meet the wagering requirements.
I am possibly experiencing this right now while taking up the 400% deal at Jackpot strike. I hit nothing until my original deposit zeroed out and then hit the wagering requirements for the bonus. Now with huge wagering to achieve I am hitting wins that would have had me withdrawing if it had not gone below my original deposit ( Triggering the wagering)
My question is. Are these very big wins during wagering requirements that eventually turn to losses for the player effecting casino's RTP massively in the casino's favour?

Edit. I thought that no casino could allow you to use 1000 auto spins as they are in JATB?

You'll be well pissed off if you hit really big, since the most you can withdraw is 2x bonus (£160)
 

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There's no way this particular deposit bonus can benefit the casino because your deposit is treated as real money and you can do what you want with it . Only once you have lost your real money then does the bonus come into effect . How can it benefit the casino if you have already lost your entire deposit ? They can't possibly make more money from you unless you redeposit

Now you can say ah the wagering requirement has swallowed up my big hits so now if I do redeposit then the slots will have a lower rtp but would you be saying that if instead of bonus money you had just been playing with playmoney ? Would playmoney big hits and slow decline then make you think that the playmoney spins had "stolen" your rtp ? Because it's no different except that at least at the end of your bonus money session you might end up with some real cash.

Next time you play a slot the rtp will be the same as it's always been . It doesn't matter what happened the last time you played it
 

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One thing that I can never understand is if each spin is random, lets take thunderstruck 1 for example, how is it that you can have lets say 5 lowest paid symbols pay numerous times through out a session but after millions of spins the 5 hammers never show, surely every winning combination should have an equal chance of showing up.

I think I have seen the wilds in a five reel win on these slots twice and never had them myself after 13 years and millions of spins
 

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Im a bit of a skeptic to this randomness of spins that has been preached to us.

Unless you work as the person who puts these slot machines together (land based obviously), I dont think anyone can say categorically that its rigged.

I have been playing for close to three years, but many many sessions, and I just dont understand why that after you get a big hit--say 300x bet plus - the game inevitably goes cold for a long time, almost until the game has recouped the win amount you had won not that long before.

Yes--this doesnt happen 100% of the time but I am sure it happens at least 80% of the time - which leads me to question the randomness of each spin.
 

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I am possibly experiencing this right now while taking up the 400% deal at Jackpot strike. I hit nothing until my original deposit zeroed out and then hit the wagering requirements for the bonus. Now with huge wagering to achieve I am hitting wins that would have had me withdrawing if it had not gone below my original deposit ( Triggering the wagering)

The amount of times that happens is unreal. Played on slottyvegas last night, £50 deposit, £25 bonus, RTP for the first £50 was around 50%, was playing 90p spins, balance was £23.90, so just into bonus, got a win of £180, 2 spins later £120. Actually worked out well for a change, as if I had been in cash still I would have withdrew £200 at that point, ended up getting a £390 win on girls with guns with around £100 wagering left and withdrew £600 :thumbsup:, that is the exception rather than the rule though!
 

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One thing that I can never understand is if each spin is random, lets take thunderstruck 1 for example, how is it that you can have lets say 5 lowest paid symbols pay numerous times through out a session but after millions of spins the 5 hammers never show, surely every winning combination should have an equal chance of showing up.

I think I have seen the wilds in a five reel win on these slots twice and never had them myself after 13 years and millions of spins
Because there aren't the same number of each symbol on each reel!
This is a truly random slot - each reel has an equal chance of landing in any position.

The chances of getting 5 wilds on Thunderstruck is one in 3.96 MILLION spins... so pretty rare!
(I hit it once on the direct clone: Spring Break :cool:)
The chances of getting 5 Hammers (including with wilds) is once in 11,000 spins.

To see the reel layouts, look here:
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Because there aren't the same number of each symbol on each reel!
This is a truly random slot - each reel has an equal chance of landing in any position.

The chances of getting 5 wilds on Thunderstruck is one in 3.96 MILLION spins... so pretty rare!
(I hit it once on the direct clone: Spring Break :cool:)
The chances of getting 5 Hammers (including with wilds) is once in 11,000 spins.

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KK

Thanks KK such a sinple explanation but one that has had me baffled and yes I meant your screenshot when talking about the five wilds, maybe I am due one :D
 

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Obviously in slots it can look like you have equal chances to hit the big pays when of course you don't.. like here I expect the graphics are completely disproportionate to the actual chance of hitting the vegas jackpot (or any of the big jackpots)
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geordiecolin

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If huge wins are obtained during a bonus's wagering,which the vast majority of my big wins occur, and in which I ultimately do not complete wagering in then surely it does favour the casino's RTP requirements because they are not paying out anything?
 

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If huge wins are obtained during a bonus's wagering,which the vast majority of my big wins occur, and in which I ultimately do not complete wagering in then surely it does favour the casino's RTP requirements because they are not paying out anything?

If I had my TF hat on I'd say bonuses are looser and give you the big wins early on (a common theme) so by the time you do clear wagering all your 'luck' has been used up, and you're left readdressing the slots RTP over many, many dead spins. :eek:

Very rarely do we see people have a bad start on bonuses, only to peak once wagering is done and going on stupendous runs. Almost always it's the other way round :mad:
 

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The way I look at it if I am reading right.

Of course the RTP is equipped in with the bonus, Put 100 quid in and win 10, put 100 in with 100 bonus win 10 quid your RTP is going to be half but that still registrar with each spin, If you get my drift.

So in reality that other 10 squid you not win that is still going to the RTP pot, If you belive in RTP, I been playing long time to know RTP does not come into factor, play a 99% rtp or 2% rtp its about luck

If sites was charge foer every spin I Ccould understand but very rar you take a bonus and win, I say win I mean break into he bonus than get good hits fora take out, 90% or more of bonus I took ot than I would of win before hit the bonus and due to the bonus I and up playing ad take more out :)

Once in a blue moon I break into a bonus and take out???
 

geordiecolin

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If I had my TF hat on I'd say bonuses are looser and give you the big wins early on (a common theme) so by the time you do clear wagering all your 'luck' has been used up, and you're left readdressing the slots RTP over many, many dead spins. :eek:

Very rarely do we see people have a bad start on bonuses, only to peak once wagering is done and going on stupendous runs. Almost always it's the other way round :mad:

I am sure a mathematician would conclude that there is scope within a bonus play through for a RTP to be higher than expected yet still achieve no cash out. If this is so then the casino must benefit in terms of RTP obligations over all deposits.
 

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If huge wins are obtained during a bonus's wagering,which the vast majority of my big wins occur, and in which I ultimately do not complete wagering in then surely it does favour the casino's RTP requirements because they are not paying out anything?

I own a casino (in my dreams) and I give you £50 from my own pocket and say you can only cashout if you wager £2000 and you say ok thanks for the free shot . You have some big hits but eventually end up at zero . Next day you go to play at my casino with your own money and you think the slots will "remember" how you did last time ? No they are just slots the same as always.

The wagering requirement/winnings cap is to lessen the damage to the casino , it can't "steal" rtp from the player . Especially when it's a bonus which only comes into effect after your real money is wagered . If it was a bonus that immediately ties up your real money then it benefits the casino in that although they give you free money they set the wagering requirements so that by the time you have completed the wagering you will have expected to have lost at least the bonus money and in some cases both your deposit and the bonus money (when WR is high) . But it's just the money you deposited that they are after . They can't devise a strategy to steal rtp
 

geordiecolin

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I own a casino (in my dreams) and I give you £50 from my own pocket and say you can only cashout if you wager £2000 and you say ok thanks for the free shot . You have some big hits but eventually end up at zero . Next day you go to play at my casino with your own money and you think the slots will "remember" how you did last time ? No they are just slots the same as always.

The wagering requirement/winnings cap is to lessen the damage to the casino , it can't "steal" rtp from the player . Especially when it's a bonus which only comes into effect after your real money is wagered . If it was a bonus that immediately ties up your real money then it benefits the casino in that although they give you free money they set the wagering requirements so that by the time you have completed the wagering you will have expected to have lost at least the bonus money and in some cases both your deposit and the bonus money (when WR is high) . But it's just the money you deposited that they are after . They can't devise a strategy to steal rtp

The bigger the wagering requirements of a deposit bonus the higher a RTP during the play through can be obtained without making the play through. Without a cash out then surely it enables a casino to average a return of less that the advertised RTP over a period of time for real money deposits?
I am happy for me to be proven to be incorrect
 

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I own a casino (in my dreams) and I give you £50 from my own pocket and say you can only cashout if you wager £2000 and you say ok thanks for the free shot . You have some big hits but eventually end up at zero . Next day you go to play at my casino with your own money and you think the slots will "remember" how you did last time ? No they are just slots the same as always.

The wagering requirement/winnings cap is to lessen the damage to the casino , it can't "steal" rtp from the player . Especially when it's a bonus which only comes into effect after your real money is wagered . If it was a bonus that immediately ties up your real money then it benefits the casino in that although they give you free money they set the wagering requirements so that by the time you have completed the wagering you will have expected to have lost at least the bonus money and in some cases both your deposit and the bonus money (when WR is high) . But it's just the money you deposited that they are after . They can't devise a strategy to steal rtp

The bigger the wagering requirements of a deposit bonus the higher a RTP during the play through can be obtained without making the play through. Without a cash out then surely it enables a casino to average a return of less that the advertised RTP over a period of time for real money deposits?
I am happy for me to be proven to be incorrect


I cannot take to much in at the miunute guys due to consumption of beers, But I belive Grinder is right, (staeling) the RTP is what its called

Put in £10 lose but end up wager 100

put in 10 get 10 free and end up wager 200 but bust out due to wager req, the machine has stolne stolen (give) you more than the RTP but due to bonus your stuffed
 

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What irk me is that so many of us agree that bigger wins happen earlier on in bonuses so we can bust before meeting wagering requirements.....then we follow it uo by saying tin foil hat statement.


Is it about time to think it isnt? And this is actually pre-programmed to do this? All too many times i have had big wins thinking YES im gonna do this and make a withdrawal...only for the killswitch effect to start working and it goes dead.

I decided to stop playing with bonuses for a while....oh my lord what a difference. I was doing upwards of 800spins on Immortal romance for a set of scatter...which of course paid 5x. Majority of games behaved like this and it bored me to the point I wanted to call it quits.

I now use bonuses again, just for sheer entertainment. I am now getting regular bonuses again...and on the odd occasion a withdrawal.

Now berate me, be-little my comments/views/expieriences all you want. Its my opinion and Im free to voice it.

Bit I am 100% in the mindset that casinos can and do set things how they like, so they make money. Random my arse. Funny how I can lose 100 deposits in a row, but never withdraw from 2 in a row.

I play purely for entertainment now, so it doesnt really get to me.
 

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The bigger the wagering requirements of a deposit bonus the higher a RTP during the play through can be obtained without making the play through. Without a cash out then surely it enables a casino to average a return of less that the advertised RTP over a period of time for real money deposits?
I am happy for me to be proven to be incorrect

RTP is linked to your wagering not to the amount you deposit . So higher wagering requirement equals more wagering . The rtp doesn't change but the reason it's hard to cashout is that you're forced to do more wagering than you would when you didn't take a bonus . If you have a balance of £500 but have wagering of £2000 to complete then you will wager up to £2000 at 96% rtp . If you cashout then you get the money but next time you deposit and play you will play a slot at 96% rtp . There's no difference to the rtp of the slot . If you're asking does wagering requirements affect how much the casino has to actually pay out in real money .. then of course it does that's why they put wagering requirement on their bonuses . Look what happened at Betfair when they put unlimited bonuses at 10x and got absolutely smashed

The point is , after you have finished the whole bonus and did or did not cashout etc then the next time you deposit and play you are playing fresh . There's no lingering "lost rtp" or anything like that
 

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RTP is linked to your wagering not to the amount you deposit . So higher wagering requirement equals more wagering . The rtp doesn't change but the reason it's hard to cashout is that you're forced to do more wagering than you would when you didn't take a bonus . If you have a balance of £500 but have wagering of £2000 to complete then you will wager up to £2000 at 96% rtp . If you cashout then you get the money but next time you deposit and play you will play a slot at 96% rtp . There's no difference to the rtp of the slot . If you're asking does wagering requirements affect how much the casino has to actually pay out in real money .. then of course it does that's why they put wagering requirement on their bonuses . Look what happened at Betfair when they put unlimited bonuses at 10x and got absolutely smashed

The point is , after you have finished the whole bonus and did or did not cashout etc then the next time you deposit and play you are playing fresh . There's no lingering "lost rtp" or anything like that

Ive read about this promotion debacle a few times - was a there a thread about it on here
 
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