your take on having a good run and coming back to play off the big win?

ironwill

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Hello, I don't know if its just me and my online casino gambling or if anybody else has a similar pattern. Almost every time that I have a good run in 1 of the 3 online casinos I play, and am finally able to withdraw but log out and come back to play later, almost EVERY TIME my account starts to go down! My last example: I got account up to $700 withdrawable after making 1 $45 bonus deposit and 1 $30 bonus deposit then logged out to go to sleep. Started playing when I got up and raised my bets simply cause of the amount I had available to play so I could more afford to bet higher in the hopes I could get the 'BIG HIT' like I see so many out there doing cause of placing high bets. Long story short, started at $700 and let it take me down to $430 and I never even placed a bet higher than $3.25! Almost every time that I can remember trying this online my account goes down! Anybody else have similar instances??????
 

Mr_Slot5

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Happens all the time. Very often I'll withdraw after a big win and leave a bit to play with. Almost certainly that bit I leave to play with dwindles in a matter of minutes, regardless of stake.

As soon as you hit big, the RTP seems to nosedive below even average levels on your next deposits. It FEELS compensated as hell but we're repeatedly told online slots aren't designed that way so it's probably just perception. Often feels like a 'thou shalt not pass' button has been pressed though.
 

zreb

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...Started playing when I got up and raised my bets simply cause of the amount I had available to play so I could more afford to bet higher in the hopes I could get the 'BIG HIT' like I see so many out there doing cause of placing high bets.

Be careful trying to replicate the wins of others - for every person that turns a $100 deposit into a $10,000 win, there are probably about 1000 players that simply lost their $100 deposit. The stories you see posted won't represent a typical gambling experience because people usually only post their most impressive wins, and the ones that get the most attention are the result of incredibly rare luck. You aren't seeing the dozens or even hundreds of lost deposits, just the few times where players beat the odds in an amazingly fortunate way. There are way more examples of players blowing back their winnings than there are of hitting an even bigger win by raising their bets.

I'm not saying you shouldn't raise your bets after a win, that's entirely up to you. Just be aware that most of the time you will lose, that's the nature of casino gambling. And bigger bets = bigger risk. So if you want to raise your bets to try for a truly amazing win, go for it, but don't feel like you NEED to play that way. Keeping your bets at a level you're comfortable with is perfectly fine.
 

Kroffe

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Happens all the time. Very often I'll withdraw after a big win and leave a bit to play with. Almost certainly that bit I leave to play with dwindles in a matter of minutes, regardless of stake.

As soon as you hit big, the RTP seems to nosedive below even average levels on your next deposits. It FEELS compensated as hell but we're repeatedly told online slots aren't designed that way so it's probably just perception. Often feels like a 'thou shalt not pass' button has been pressed though.

I think a major thing contributing to that feeling is the good run from the day before.
I mean, having a good run is pretty rare, and with how the slots gets increasingly more volatile, it gets rarer.
So playing the next day and not having the same luck, or maybe having bad luck, it will feel like the slots rtp has been turned off or something.

Having said that i totally agree that slots seem to turn cold after a big hit.
But have they been gimped because of the big hit, or is it just me thinking ill hit big on the next slot aswell thats making me feel like they gimped.
 

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