Testing New Auto Clicking for Slots

Lemon

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That looks pretty good! Have you made that yourself or is it available to download anywhere?
 

Guntis

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Cool, but I imagine some casinos may start moaning if you hit something big. Actually, a good reason for them not to pay out. They can easily tell that you're using something unnatural because most of them track your mouse movements the soon you enter their sites. Some do tracking even without you loggin in.
 

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Cool, but I imagine some casinos may start moaning if you hit something big. Actually, a good reason for them not to pay out. They can easily tell that you're using something unnatural because most of them track your mouse movements the soon you enter their sites. Some do tracking even without you loggin in.
everyone in UK use auto clicker, I use it since auto spin in UK got ban never had problem with any casino, I am not going to sit and click all day long, how they going to track my mouse movement when I cant click faster than 2.5 sec every click is on 2.5 sec 🤔 they cant truck me if I am not log in, coz I use browser they cant
 
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The Reel Story

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Pretty much. I've never actually tried a feature buy as that would be a pretty obvious circumvention. My guess is that would be disabled server side though. Even if it wasn't, I doubt the casino would actually pay out any big win when they saw the bet type hehe.

Auto spins and turbo spins, all good tho.
 

AndrewPearson

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AutoClickers are pointless, If you get a big win or a feature the clicker just clicks through it.
It needs to click only on the element when it's active.
Basically what was said above, a chrome tool would be better.
 

justdoit

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AutoClickers are pointless, If you get a big win or a feature the clicker just clicks through it.
It needs to click only on the element when it's active.
Basically what was said above, a chrome tool would be better.
all u need to do press spacebar to stop it or start, I use it coz I can play 2 casinos at same time when I do lil devil build or games like DOA2
 

Jeroensgambling

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Cool, but I imagine some casinos may start moaning if you hit something big. Actually, a good reason for them not to pay out. They can easily tell that you're using something unnatural because most of them track your mouse movements the soon you enter their sites. Some do tracking even without you loggin in.

Come'on.. dont spread nonsense. There is no such thing on casino's like that.

I run with 2 adblockers. Any feature like that would be blocked on the spot. And it would make the casino's website none-functional.

Running a casino site without an adblocker does leave room for certain tracking. But really they dont need to.

Withdrawl denied because you use a autoclicker... Wtf is that. I can only guess they silently encourage that due to the revenue per bet you place really.
 

The Reel Story

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Yeh, the Casinos don't care. The only thing that they would care about is if you put their license at risk (which this does not). Even the Chrome extension would only put the user at breach of TOS with the Casino and not put their license at risk.

The fact that all Casinos and game providers haven't even blocked this functionality on the server, only removed it from the game clients (which is no protection at all against someone who knows what they're doing) proves they've done the minimum amount to meet the regulation on this front.
 

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Any casino willing to confiscate cash based on an auto clicker, and 'use of software' in their t's and c's, is one that would be willing to confiscate based on any weird reason and to be avoided.
 

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Come'on.. dont spread nonsense. There is no such thing on casino's like that.

I run with 2 adblockers. Any feature like that would be blocked on the spot. And it would make the casino's website none-functional.

Running a casino site without an adblocker does leave room for certain tracking. But really they dont need to.

Withdrawl denied because you use a autoclicker... Wtf is that. I can only guess they silently encourage that due to the revenue per bet you place really.
For casinos, mouse tracking is among the most important things, because understanding how players interact with their casino site allows them to make changes that lead to more "sales." For example, to determine which providers and games players are more interested in and then make these more visible on the site. The same is true for payment methods.

Casinos can also use this information to enhance the overall user experience by ensuring that the most popular sections of the site are easy to find and navigate to. And knowing where players click can also assist in identifying areas of the site that are confusing or difficult to use so that they can be improved, resulting in more satisfied players and repeat loyalty.

I don't know what adblockers you're using, and on what casino sites you're playing, I'm using Brave Browser which instantly blocks mouse movements on any websites I visit, so they don't know where I click. I simply do not like any tracking.

I agree the mouse clicker is noting major because all it does is clicks on a button, but it is worth remembering the following rule, which can be found in the terms of almost any online casino. And as i mentioned before, this can work against the player in certain casinos and situations.

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pinnit2014

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True man, but legally it's like using 'not meeting with us once a quarter, per the terms' as a reason to renege on a contract. - it would probably be viewed as wildly disproportionate and ergo any casino willing to try such is as rogue as F.
 

justdoit

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For casinos, mouse tracking is among the most important things, because understanding how players interact with their casino site allows them to make changes that lead to more "sales." For example, to determine which providers and games players are more interested in and then make these more visible on the site. The same is true for payment methods.

Casinos can also use this information to enhance the overall user experience by ensuring that the most popular sections of the site are easy to find and navigate to. And knowing where players click can also assist in identifying areas of the site that are confusing or difficult to use so that they can be improved, resulting in more satisfied players and repeat loyalty.

I don't know what adblockers you're using, and on what casino sites you're playing, I'm using Brave Browser which instantly blocks mouse movements on any websites I visit, so they don't know where I click. I simply do not like any tracking.

I agree the mouse clicker is noting major because all it does is clicks on a button, but it is worth remembering the following rule, which can be found in the terms of almost any online casino. And as i mentioned before, this can work against the player in certain casinos and situations.

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if casinos start refusing payment coz of autoclicker they will have no costumers left from UK
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I wouldn't fancy my chances taking the complaint [having a win wiped] to the casino's adjudicator or then complaining to the ukgc, it would undermine the ban on autoplay, so surely they'd be in a difficult spot.

Can they prove it from their end, beyond doubt, that a person was using an autoclicker?
 

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Why would they care? they are UKGC complaint and autoclickers allow their customers to play faster or when they are not in the room ie. making them more money, my mouse has the ability to autoclick no external software required.
 

Guntis

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if casinos start refusing payment coz of autoclicker they will have no costumers left from UK
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This is why many UK casinos look like were designed in 1923 because of ones like you as they don't know where you click so they just ended up plastering their sites with Pragmatics and leaving us without 96% RTP Book of Dead and that fast 100 spin auto option. :D
 

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I will come around personally and do as many clicks as you want me to as long as...

You're female
You're scantily clad or naked
You're a bit of a nymph
There is no other people in the house, not into sharing

All this for only 10% of your winnings

Bargain!!!
 

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