Xxxtreme Lightning Roulette

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Not satisfied with just having the most popular Live Roulette game being played online, Evolution has released a new version of Lightning Roulette called Xxxtreme Lightning Roulette.

The main difference between the two is Lightning Roulette has 5 multipliers numbers that will pay a max of 500x, while Xxxtreme has up to 10 multiplier numbers with a max payout of 2000x.

The change has been made possible by reducing the standard payout for a straight up number to 19:1 from 35:1 (Lightning Roulette pays 29:1).

That extra payout is then redistributed through the multipliers which are picked through the use of RNG.

The RTP of the game remains at 97.30% while the straight-up RTP is slightly less at 97.12%.

I'm told there is no connection between the Live Wheel and the RNG process, with the RNG program developed to return 97.12% using the reclaimed RTP from the reduced payouts of the main game.

It's a more volatile game that is sure to upset some players but will be loved by thousands more.

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Enjoy!
 

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I love Lightning roulette and checked out this last night.
Even though I won £200 off a lightening strike, I was a bit dubious of my own win.
For 20+ spins it did not land on a lightening square, however on this winning spin I watched the ball go past the winning number and then it was pulled into its bed.
I was like wtf and the chat blew up with the same - never seen anything like it before online or in a casino.
I know I should be happy I won but I thought it was a little suspicious.
 

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I was wanting to post something yesterday here about sketchy shit happening on Lightning roulette, but you already proved my point. It's exactly why i leave anything from evolution gaming "aside" to be honest.



Take a peek. This shoud'nt even be possible. Did you ever seen a normal roulette wheel do anything like this?

Ive watched Rocknrollah quite some times and everytime the dude plays Lightning roulette ive never seen such sketched shit happening. It's obviously driven by a RTP or RNG for that matter, which means the outcome is in a way altered. This shoud'nt be on a normal roulette.
 

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I was wanting to post something yesterday here about sketchy shit happening on Lightning roulette, but you already proved my point. It's exactly why i leave anything from evolution gaming "aside" to be honest.



Take a peek. This shoud'nt even be possible. Did you ever seen a normal roulette wheel do anything like this?

Ive watched Rocknrollah quite some times and everytime the dude plays Lightning roulette ive never seen such sketched shit happening. It's obviously driven by a RTP or RNG for that matter, which means the outcome is in a way altered. This shoud'nt be on a normal roulette.


Never examined a roulette wheel that closely, but I would imagine the wheel is crafted in a way to prevent a ball from sticking to it, right?

if so, what's the official explanation from Evolution? Or are they not pressured to explain such anomalies?
 

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Evolution are a scam with so called live games, they use tactics that are another level, if anyones thinking of play online roulette then stay way clear.

That is just another example of magnet being used & extreme roulette will be the same to control the RTP%.

In fact they should allow a third party to go in without a date to show how they ripoff players.

Open up these game shows as well your find a mech to slow & break the spin down.
 

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Never examined a roulette wheel that closely, but I would imagine the wheel is crafted in a way to prevent a ball from sticking to it, right?

It is like a slot. And for any normal roulette it shoud'nt be like a slot. So in a way it's operating simply within parameters. I believe they cant control the winning numbers, but they can influence the numbers that where bet big on a few seconds before the spin.

I think the key here is liability. You woud'nt want to bankrupt the casino nor provider when hitting 1000$ to 5000$ per number. And because of that it's perfectly legal to operate and run it. No different then a automated roulette inside a landbased casino.

I generally dont play roulette. I dont have the patience for it. And these things can be brutal. I feel sorry for the people who stake their complete wagers onto it and gamble themself to shit on a product that obviously has another house advantage.

If people just stop playing these games, which is a utopia to think knowing many simply need their gambling fix, it would dissapear since the product woud'nt be generating that much more anymore and thus removed from the casino floor(s).

If there was any proof of the use of magnets, i'd say it has all todo with Liability.
 

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Here's another prime example of these evolution games at their best:



Like, after one spin it usually takes a couple of complete turns to come to an halt. But this spin seems to go on forever.
 

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you can see chat is going crazy looks real

I've seen many a dodgy video suggesting games are rigged, but that one takes the biscuit. They literally ignored Pachinko, and cracked on as if it never happened,

Can't understand why they did not just play Pachinko, that video does more damage to Evolution Gaming's credibility than any other video I have seen.

Shame we don't have an Evolution Gaming rep on here and someone who can shed some light on it. I think that is the most blatant, in-your-face, rip-off I have ever witnessed from a casino.
 

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I think someone bet extremely big and the outcome perhaps fell into the "liability" clausule casino's carry with providers.

I mean what else is there to for a action like that? As i said, i woud'nt touch any Evolution game which is technically just a slot masked into a live game. I think a slot yields you far better odds then these new evolution games being released.
 

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Guess the Evo big cheese who said customer perception and trust is everything must have been off that day.

Perhaps they should have a real-time max win total on display. That way, when punters place a bet, they can know what they are letting themselves in for.

I have always been of the mindset that they don't rig as the games are so well designed that they don't need to. Think that video changes my opinion of them massively.

Would love to hear an official explanation but 'denial is the mother' and all that. Can imagine the Evo exec's now 'what Pachinko? never heard of it'
 

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Seen way more than those, no doubt about it, its controlled 100%.
I've said it many posts.

Still meets the rtp % though.
 

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Still meets the rtp % though.

Exactly. It's like a slot. And behaving in such a way that you really cant predict the outcome of a next spin "as much as possible".

Because casino's obviously hate products that would benefit customers more on the long run then them. Simular as with lightning roulette. You might win a phat multiplier now but you will be rekt the next days.
 

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