Winaday/Slotland

weplant

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Well I finally got a green dot prepaid card and can now deposit at winaday and slotland..Any suggestions on which casino you prefer? Do they have
the same games? and what are your favorite games ? Thanks a lot..:thumbsup:
 

Jasminebed

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I've joined both casinos, played at both. Never cashed out from either. But there is a larger choice of games for low rollers (under $1 a spin) at Win-a-day.

I might be out of date, but I think both only process certain days, but it looks like they are both pretty reliable at it. They are sponsors at Gone Gambling, and posts are quite positive for the most part.
 

weplant

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thanks for the reply..I did check them out and noticed at winaday I could do my 1.00 or 1.25 bets, at Slotland, the lowest wager seemed to be
2.10...But at least it is something different..thanks again..
 

cheetahwind

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I've had reasonable luck at both. I prefer Win A Day over Slotland though. Mainly because the bets are cheaper, plus they just introduced the first true penny slot. Where the total bet to get all the lines would be a penny. My only gripe, is the system can't figure out what to do with the $0.006 left in my account after cashing out last night. :lolup:
Not that I haven't had any luck with Slotland. I've had some great luck with them, it's just the idea my bank rolls either seems to build really fast or go really fast varying on how the machines are feeling that day.
 

rezak

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I won 100$ on no deposit bonus at winaday one year ago, they paid me with no hassle. they only process a withdraw every wednesday i believe ;)
 

vinylweatherman

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Slotland players get paid every Tuesday, and Winaday every Wednesday.

The more modern games in terms of quality of graphics and features are to be found at WinaDay. Slotland was originally an early casino with no sound and the most rudimentary graphics. WinaDay launched directly onto Flash. Many Slotland games have now been rewritten to support Flash (and thus sound).

Many of their slots are strategy dependent, and appear to be partially compensated like fruit machines, so damn right I have been playing them;)
 

weplant

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Thanks so much for all the replies..I am going to deposit at Winaday right now.I am also thinking of using my green dot card at 3dice!!
 

Nifty29

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Just FYI

VWM doesn't know how to "beat," them......neither does anyone else. Please don't think that there is a strategy involved other than "quit when you're ahead".

No slot is beatable consistently in the long term.....fruities included. If they were the casinos wouldn't offer them. Just like any slot/game, you'll hear about the big wins but not the big failures.

The slots may be partially compensated, but they have fairly low RTP IIRC when the jackpot is removedbfrom the equation so to claim any kind of advantage over anyone else (besides a bigger bankroll and other things to match) is fantasy.
 

just play

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/derail

Nifty don't you ever sleep, :laugh: ...aren't you 14 hours ahead of EST?

Sorry everyone just HAD to ask, it's been bugging me for years. lol

/derail/
 

MisterBJ

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/derail

Nifty don't you ever sleep, :laugh: ...aren't you 14 hours ahead of EST?

Sorry everyone just HAD to ask, it's been bugging me for years. lol

/derail/

Yeah...I've been wondering the same thing. What's up with this guy? It seems like he an opportunitalist. Is he a moderator here are something? Seems like he loves to target certain posters.
 

Nifty29

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/derail

Nifty don't you ever sleep, :laugh: ...aren't you 14 hours ahead of EST?

Sorry everyone just HAD to ask, it's been bugging me for years. lol

/derail/

Ummm....yeah I think so. It is 11:17pm here Monday right now.

No I don't sleep....that's for pussies :D

I tend to be online at odd times so it is probably why it seems odd. I do post a fair bit, but usually in patches.

I'm a CM junkie....just check out my arms and feet.....
 

Casinomeister

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Yeah...I've been wondering the same thing. What's up with this guy? It seems like he an opportunitalist. Is he a moderator here are something? Seems like he loves to target certain posters.

Are you insinuating that the moderators are "opportunitalists"? :eek2: No, he's not a moderator, but he's pretty good at targeting bullshit. :D
 

just play

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Yeah...I've been wondering the same thing. What's up with this guy? It seems like he an opportunitalist. Is he a moderator here are something? Seems like he loves to target certain posters.

No MisterBJ, I was just asking about his sleep paterns, nothing more.
 

just play

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Ummm....yeah I think so. It is 11:17pm here Monday right now.

No I don't sleep....that's for pussies :D

I tend to be online at odd times so it is probably why it seems odd. I do post a fair bit, but usually in patches.

I'm a CM junkie....just check out my arms and feet.....


Ohhhh, I had the time wrong then...for some reason I thought it was early morning, like 6am I think. When I posted that, and thought it was Sunday for you...lmao...don't mind me, I'm a little screwy lately. :laugh: Ok so Australia is exactly 14 hours ahead of my time EST. I should know this because I watch Australian Open and have to set my alarm to watch Federer...hehehe. Same as I know Wimbledon is 6 hours ahead of me, again I have to set my alarm to watch Federer. :D
 

vinylweatherman

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Just FYI

VWM doesn't know how to "beat," them......neither does anyone else. Please don't think that there is a strategy involved other than "quit when you're ahead".

No slot is beatable consistently in the long term.....fruities included. If they were the casinos wouldn't offer them. Just like any slot/game, you'll hear about the big wins but not the big failures.

The slots may be partially compensated, but they have fairly low RTP IIRC when the jackpot is removedbfrom the equation so to claim any kind of advantage over anyone else (besides a bigger bankroll and other things to match) is fantasy.

A few casinos seem to think that certain slots ARE beatable. They design bonuses for "all slots", but run scared of a select few slots, often for no obvious reason. The only reason I can think of is that they have past experience of players beating certain slots with a bonus. Given that slots have no strategy, then ALL slots can be beaten with a bonus, yet only a tiny minority are excluded from bonus play.

I have no idea how to beat Scrooge any more reliably and consistently than the other 300+ slots on offer at MGS, yet it seems at least one MGS casino has singled out Scrooge to be an excluded game with a bonus, yet their other exclusions are based on games being network progressives.

If the only strategy was "quit when ahead", we would not see non progressive slots being singled out for exclusion on a slots bonus.

It's bullshit, but bullshit that the casino managers and owners believe.

Slotland/Winaday bonuses have a low WR and the RTP of the games is 98%. This makes them all mathematically +EV with the only strategy being to "quit as soon as WR has been met" to ensure a long term profit. I would expect that both would bonus ban players who try this for long enough, so any profit will be limited.
 

maphesto

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I have no idea how to beat Scrooge any more reliably and consistently than the other 300+ slots on offer at MGS, yet it seems at least one MGS casino has singled out Scrooge to be an excluded game with a bonus, yet their other exclusions are based on games being network progressives.

You mention Scrooge, please don't. ;) I know why it's excluded, I think you know too. I'm just happy it's not excluded everywhere. :D
 

Casinomeister

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You mention Scrooge, please don't. ;) I know why it's excluded, I think you know too. I'm just happy it's not excluded everywhere. :D

Hmm. Should I give the Scrooge game a go? :p
 

vinylweatherman

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You mention Scrooge, please don't. ;) I know why it's excluded, I think you know too. I'm just happy it's not excluded everywhere. :D

Really?

It's all bullshit, ask Nifty:rolleyes:

I don't believe this has an unusually high RTP, and it isn't a fruitie:confused:

There are quite a few MGS slots that seem to allow for the possibilty of a strategy, such as those where you can respin a reel for a price instead of spinning the slot. I would have expected LOADS of these more advanced slots to have been excluded, but so far it is ONLY Scrooge (apart from progressives), and only at one or two places.

If there was something wrong with it, it would have been yanked like Chief's Fortune (admittedly, that lasted 3 months first), and may have remained "yanked" for good like Treasure Ireland at the majority of Viper Casinos.

If Scrooge is "doable", then so must many other MGS games be. I would expect MGS to be treating this as a very high priority, and implementing fixes long before casinos start excluding the games.

By excluding the game, the casino is only going to make some players take a closer look, and with Scrooge excluded, they will be looking for Scrooge "clones" that are not, and playing those. MGS have not released a clone for Scrooge, but this is quite unusual, many games have one or more clones which differ only in "eye candy" - Thunderstruck, Ladies Nite, Agent Jane Blonde, Adventure Palace, are all direct clones of each other. Mermaids Millions is a clone of Tomb Raider (the old one).
 

Nifty29

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Really?

It's all bullshit, ask Nifty:rolleyes:

I don't believe this has an unusually high RTP, and it isn't a fruitie:confused:

There are quite a few MGS slots that seem to allow for the possibilty of a strategy, such as those where you can respin a reel for a price instead of spinning the slot. I would have expected LOADS of these more advanced slots to have been excluded, but so far it is ONLY Scrooge (apart from progressives), and only at one or two places.

If there was something wrong with it, it would have been yanked like Chief's Fortune (admittedly, that lasted 3 months first), and may have remained "yanked" for good like Treasure Ireland at the majority of Viper Casinos.

If Scrooge is "doable", then so must many other MGS games be. I would expect MGS to be treating this as a very high priority, and implementing fixes long before casinos start excluding the games.

By excluding the game, the casino is only going to make some players take a closer look, and with Scrooge excluded, they will be looking for Scrooge "clones" that are not, and playing those. MGS have not released a clone for Scrooge, but this is quite unusual, many games have one or more clones which differ only in "eye candy" - Thunderstruck, Ladies Nite, Agent Jane Blonde, Adventure Palace, are all direct clones of each other. Mermaids Millions is a clone of Tomb Raider (the old one).

I know how Scrooge is "abusable" with a bonus....but only with a bonus. I'm not exactly certain how much advantage it actually produces, given that the end result is still unpredicatable. It could be really good or quite ordinary, and may not always produce a profit.

It's a very different thing to a SLOT being "beatable" in itself. :rolleyes: I didn't ever say that BONUSES were not "beatable" in a given situation, just that slots themselves aren't consistently "beatable" :rolleyes:

Your claims that you have some kind of "amazing insight" or "secret strategy" that gives you an advantage playing AWPs (or any slot for that matter) are baseless. Playing and playing large amounts until you hit can be done by anyone on any slot, provided they have a sizeable bankroll. It doesn't make any of them "beatable" consistently. If it did, you wouldn't have a casino left to play at, and the casinos would no longer be offering AWPs etc, as if YOU had a way to beat it, hundreds or thousands of others would too and the games would have been removed ages ago. Casino monitor what games pay out all the time....they don't just sit back and let it pay out more than it should all the time....which means these slots MUST produce a profit for the casino, which means they MUST pay out less than 100%, which means they are NOT beatable in the long term/consistently.
 

vinylweatherman

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I know how Scrooge is "abusable" with a bonus....but only with a bonus. I'm not exactly certain how much advantage it actually produces, given that the end result is still unpredicatable. It could be really good or quite ordinary, and may not always produce a profit.

It's a very different thing to a SLOT being "beatable" in itself. :rolleyes: I didn't ever say that BONUSES were not "beatable" in a given situation, just that slots themselves aren't consistently "beatable" :rolleyes:

Your claims that you have some kind of "amazing insight" or "secret strategy" that gives you an advantage playing AWPs (or any slot for that matter) are baseless. Playing and playing large amounts until you hit can be done by anyone on any slot, provided they have a sizeable bankroll. It doesn't make any of them "beatable" consistently. If it did, you wouldn't have a casino left to play at, and the casinos would no longer be offering AWPs etc, as if YOU had a way to beat it, hundreds or thousands of others would too and the games would have been removed ages ago. Casino monitor what games pay out all the time....they don't just sit back and let it pay out more than it should all the time....which means these slots MUST produce a profit for the casino, which means they MUST pay out less than 100%, which means they are NOT beatable in the long term/consistently.

Land based fruities pay as little as 72% RTP, yet they can still be beaten, and whoever heard of being offered a bonus in a pub?

ANY game that is not random is at least partly predictable, and thus can be beaten through studying it for long enough.

ANY slot can be "abused" with a bonus, not just Scrooge. However, it is ONLY Scrooge that seems to get banned from play with a bonus, and ONLY at browser-only casinos. It seems that it can't be the SAME Scrooge as seen in the Viper client, as it isn't banned in any of those.

It is a bonus that helps give you a sizeable bankroll, so the strategy of playing large amounts until it hits is easier when half or more of said bankroll is a bonus. Being allowed to play Scrooge hardly matters with over a hundred other games to choose from.

I have yet to see Slotland or Winaday exclude games, although recently Spacejack was given a weighting when playing it for WR, and I always thought it was nothing more than a slot because you had to either take a card in all three spots, or stand in all three.
 
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