Who wants to play Cashville - a short analyzis.

hklein

Dormant account
Hi,

today I spent two hours playing Cashville and analyzing my playcheck session.

Also made a nice graph and calculated some figures.

For people interested in excel, figures and graphs, this is in attachment.

Enjoy.
H.
 

RobWin

closed account
hklein said:
Hi,

today I spent two hours playing Cashville and analyzing my playcheck session.

Also made a nice graph and calculated some figures.

For people interested in excel, figures and graphs, this is in attachment.

Enjoy.
H.
Welcome to the Forum hklein, it also appears based on your graph that as long as you don't play past 600 spins you will come out ahead.....:lolup:

but would that work every time....need more study on this !! :cool:
 

hklein

Dormant account
Thanks RobWin,

you're right, but even after 1600 spins, I still didn't meet the wagering requirements. It's only virtual... :(

H.
 

Chill

Dormant account
I don't think you should change the amount wagered during such a test. My experience is that you can have a bad session at 100 coins but a good one if you bump it to 200 coins.
 

hklein

Dormant account
Yes, that's right. It makes it also more difficult to calculate a payout ratio with different wagers.

So maybe next time, but first I need to know what's wrong with Challenge Casino or MG.
 

schnozzy

Dormant account
Is there an easy way to export data from playcheck into excel, or did you have to reformat every line?

I am interested in trying this too, but every line of playcheck data pastes into a single cell in Excel, and I am too lazy to edit hundreds of lines manually and too dumb to know how to make Excel do it for me!
 

hklein

Dormant account
playcheck-->excel

Hi Schnozzy,
simply pass your mouse cursor over the cells in playcheck; ctrl+c and ctrl+v in excel. That's it. No need to reformat.

But, for your problem, simply select the column, then goto data-->text to columns; then select fixed width/delimited...It's up to you. Probably it is split with a "Tab" separator or simply a "space".

9 times on 10, you will chose "delimited".

H.
 
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