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Warning re: Lucky Lager new Crypto game

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by Nifty29, Oct 3, 2012.

    Oct 3, 2012
  1. Nifty29

    Nifty29 Dormant account

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    Hi Gang

    I have sent the rep a PM about this so hopefully it will be resolved, but in the meantime I think it is important to warn the membership as it may impact your RTP.

    Basically, I was playing 25 lines @ .5c and hit the free spins, from which I won 6125 credits. The payout was $61.25, which means it was paying as .1c credits and not .5c. I thought that maybe it was just a glitch and the payout was correct regarding the actual amount, so I continued to play.

    I then hit the dart board bonus, where you choose darts to throw for credit prizes. Well I hit some 150x and 250x prizes, and progressed to the 2x and 3x multiplier round, throwing 6 darts in total for a credit prize of 940. I was paid $9.40. IMO that is either completely wrong, or it is the worst bonus round ever invented, as it means I was winning less than 1/2 my bet on some throws and only making it over my bet by having multipliers. Also, given it only has three levels and I made it through two, it just doesn't sound right at all. I should have won 940 x .5c which is a lot better than $9.40.

    Anyway, I would avoid this slot altogether until the issue is resolved. Whatever the issue is, it is pretty poor quality control by both the casino and the game maker. The credit prizes awarded should ALWAYS be relative to the denomination being used.
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