Just as an example:
There is a slot with 100x max win. I was thinking "super low volatility, RTP over 96%, max win must be easy to get"!
Lol, it took more than 12,000 spins to get the 100x
Food for thought.
Is it rigged? Ofcourse not. Is it fair? On paper proberly yes. Can we actually win without being fisted ? I doubt it. The RTP is calculated over 150.000 spins on online and proberly less then 20.000 on landbased. I had so many dead spins over the last period of time, i dont believe in a bad streak. It's time consuming, money eating and VIP managers eager to trigger you to play some even more. I've never seen such a greedy business as the online casinos.
Why is it that on peak times the games seem to work a 'bit' better? And why not at any random given time? It was random right? Oh wait... random within parameters yes. Perfectly crafted algorithms to keep players playing some more, lose more then they could actually afford. It's their house, the song is named hotel california. You can check-in but you can never leave.
@tracemonkey - would you say the B and Ms are less (differently?) engaging because of their design or RTP
I'm aware the slots here are set lower and B and Ms and frankly, I just don't enjoy them - now, whether that's simply because of their lower setting or design, I can't say with certainty. I DO know I don't find them engaging or have any longevity.
I can pull out 1k online - I NEVER do at a landbased (well, ok, ONCE) and whereas I could do an all nighter online I certainly couldnt or havent at the brick and mortar with the same balance - nor would I find it interesting enough to were I able (but possible for the fact I'd get sauced )
When was there ever 100% days?
I was using Las Vegas as an example back when there was competition. Even online back in 2006-07 there was 99-100 percent slots or advertised anyway. Not happening now as expenses are so high now and it's all greed and how fast they can take your money now.
Maybe I'm missing something here?
How can a casino survive on 100% or even 99%, more so at a b n m?.
Where does the money come from to pay the bills?