Slots Statistics average player.

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Just curious about other slot players.


For every $100 deposited 10X play through is my average.

This includes some bonuses/bonus chips/loyalty point chips.

Low roller.

What is your average?
 

chuchu59

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Sorry your info tells us virtually nothing other than you must be losing if you took a bonus as its usually 25-30x playthroughfor most software. If you could shed light on which slots you are playing and possibly which casinos you patronise as different casinos have different bonus playthroughs we might be able to give more input.
 

bpb

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Just curious about other slot players.


For every $100 deposited 10X play through is my average.

This includes some bonuses/bonus chips/loyalty point chips.

Low roller.

What is your average?

Sounds like you're running pretty decently.
 

KasinoKing

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What is your average?
Not even I (who used to record masses of data - but not so much these days) have any stats re your question, and so I think it's unlikely many other people have it either.

But what chuchu59 said is extremely relevant; we'd need to know which exact games you were playing and the % size of your bonuses to give any sort of judgement on whether you are getting anywhere near the expected RTP from your play.

KK
 

Volatile

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Canada
Specifics.
Maybe there are no answers that can be attained from this information.

This is based on my total deposits at 32red. This example is not "exact"

Here is an example

Deposit a total of $1000 in multiple deposits($100,$50,$25,10 etc)

$1000 in credits in total.
$100 in bonus credits.

After the final spin there are 1000 loyalty points(1 point for every $10)
Which would give an estimate of 10X or $10000 of wagering in total.
 
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