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#1 raverbabe

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Posted 30 August 2016 - 11:48 AM

I keep a spreadsheet each year where I list almost all of the deposits I've made to on-line casino's and Poker rooms and I include information about any bonuses I receive as well and how big the wagering requirement was etc, all the important details basically.

 

You might expect that a higher bonus WR would inevitably have a direct correlation with a lower chance of making a withdrawal but that doesn't seem to be the case, especially when I play Dead or Alive with a bonus - if I hit a wildline or five scatters I'll almost certainly manage a withdrawal. I guess that's one of the reasons that game is becoming more and more rare to find available for bonus play :(

 

So I'm wondering which games have been most successful for you in beating the bonus WR? NetEnt's "Koi Princess" has been my own game of choice just lately but I've been seeing that on a couple of prohibited games list this month too, so I'd be grateful for some suggestions!

 



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Posted 30 August 2016 - 12:02 PM

These are games i normally play most during wagering,

 

Foxin Wins, Dragon Story, and some other NextGen Games

 

Netent - Silent Run, Muse, Lost Island, Twin Spin, Gonzo Quest, Blood Suckers, Zombies

 

Play'n Go - Gemix, Cloud Quest, Tower Quest, Pearls of India

 

WMS - Gold Fish Slot

 

BetSoft - Rook's Revenge

 

ThunderKick - 1428 Uncharted seas, Sunny Scoops

 

Some casinos allow these games, and others restrict the wagering contribution to 70 or 50% on some of these games.


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Posted 31 August 2016 - 10:22 AM

Games for beating the wagering requirement?  :huh:

 

Oh geees...I hardly think of that...or even do that...

because whatever game I choose to play, I play to win! Hahaha.  :D

 

Okaaay...so we are actually talking about wins from no-deposit bonuses, wins from free spins, and wins from such things, right? Well, I have no particular preference to be honest, because I'm the kind of player that sticks to just a handful of my favourite games day in and day out.

 

If I have very little in hand, it's always Dead or Alive first!

Next would be FRUIT ZEN if available, otherwise it'll have to be Starburst, despite hating it.

 

If I have a lot of wagering to do, then it'll be FRUIT ZEN first, then only Dead or Alive.

If Fruit Zen isn't paying, then I'll risk it all on Dead or Alive.

 

If on Playtech games, there can only be 3 choices for me...Dolphin Reef (if available), Safari HEAT and Blade (20 paylines). 

No other Playtech games will be considered at all. Those 3 are the best of the lot!  :D



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Posted 31 August 2016 - 12:21 PM

As I said in my first post trouble with DoA is so often now it is prohibited when playing with a bonus, or has some insane additional wagering requirements (I've seen 175x at several popular casinos lately... strewth!!) I'm going to have to try Fruit Zen as it's mentioned here a lot but I've never had a blast as yet.

 

Thanks for the Playtech suggestions, my favourite game of theres is Great Blue though my "Honeymoon" with it is definitely over now... the scatters are so hard to get and when they do land and you don't get a decent Multiplier it's crushing. And then there's the super low RTP of 92% as well :( However, like Dead or Alive all you need is one huge bonus round with the 10x Multiplier and you stand a great chance of beating any WR. 

 

I'm hoping to learn more about low variance games though, as I'd be happier making a few more smaller cashouts than my current win huge or win nothing situation !



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Posted 31 August 2016 - 12:39 PM

As I've learned through the years, getting smaller regular wins beats getting huge wins that rarely comes by.

 

Dolphin Reef is a medium variance game, but both Safari Heat and Blade are on the higher variance scale.

Those 2 can make you feel like a king, or simply leave you dry with almost nothing.

But...as you get more experience playing those games, you tend to 'see and feel' them better.

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Posted 31 August 2016 - 02:11 PM

Safari Heat seems popular here at AG, not sure why I haven't tried it as yet. 

Do you like the Marvel games at all? Fantastic Four isn't bad, I only play the 25 line versions though.



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Posted 31 August 2016 - 02:20 PM

But of course, there's hardly any one Playtech game that I haven't played at least once.  ^_^

 

And Marvel games need no introducing. Everybody knows them. Blade 20 paylines is still my top favourite amongst all Marvel games. Fantastic Four isn't, simply because the free spins can be very hard to come by, the payouts are generally not so great, and I've had more bad runs on Fantastic Four than on Blade.



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Posted 31 August 2016 - 05:30 PM

I keep a spreadsheet each year where I list almost all of the deposits I've made to on-line casino's and Poker rooms and I include information about any bonuses I receive as well and how big the wagering requirement was etc, all the important details basically.

 

You might expect that a higher bonus WR would inevitably have a direct correlation with a lower chance of making a withdrawal but that doesn't seem to be the case, especially when I play Dead or Alive with a bonus - if I hit a wildline or five scatters I'll almost certainly manage a withdrawal. I guess that's one of the reasons that game is becoming more and more rare to find available for bonus play :(

 

So I'm wondering which games have been most successful for you in beating the bonus WR? NetEnt's "Koi Princess" has been my own game of choice just lately but I've been seeing that on a couple of prohibited games list this month too, so I'd be grateful for some suggestions!

Hmm.....NetEnt would be..........Hook's Heroes, NRVNA, Muse, Mega Fortune, Jack and the Beanstalk and who can forget Koi Princess doing that big win expression!  :D

 

Illuminous, Treasure Island, Goldilocks and the wild bears for Quickspin 

 

For Betsoft, After Night Falls

 

Microgaming: Only two of the Sneak a Peek series (Doctor Doctor & Planet Exotica), Gold Factory, Bust the Bank, The Bermuda Mysteries and Mega spin - Break da Bank Again

 

Nextgen are Judge Dredd, Maid o Money, and Gorilla Go Wild 

 

Playtech: Who can forget Mr Cashback? The returns on that! Cherry Love and The Avengers

 

Play N Go: Crazy Cows, Pimped, and Easter Eggs

 

Miscellaneous: Cash Wizard, Leonidas King of the Spartans, White King and Chimney Stacks  B)



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Posted 31 August 2016 - 06:19 PM

Some nice choices Icymod! The only ones I would question really would be ...

 

Mega Fortune? Contributing to that progressive pot must make it unprofitable compared to a regular NetEnt game surely? Unless you win the progressive of course ;)

and Megaspin BDBA - OMG, I love this game, but I'm sure it could kill my hopes of a withdrawal much faster than the regular game!

 

Looking forward to trying some of your other suggestions though, I can't wait for this weekends gaming time !



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Posted 31 August 2016 - 07:17 PM

Mega Fortune has it's generous moments.........the last part of the bonus wheel got to me!!!

 

Megaspin - BDBA has potential......and the potential to be a do**e, 4 gems creating a V shaped payline while the 3rd reel not lining up! I envy Valdes' big max bet win on this game!!  ^_^



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Posted 31 August 2016 - 07:42 PM

I've had the gems with a wild in the bonus round once, only on min bet 0.09 but still paid £375... If only it had been a 0.90 :(

 

How much was Valdes betting? I seem to remember a screenshot of him hitting $22.5k on DoA with scatters so I'm preparing myself to be sick!



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Posted 31 August 2016 - 09:44 PM

I see people talk about this all the time building up bonus features , playing low volatility/medium volatility , and sticking to a particular software is still subject to random number generation and how busy the games are at the time which cycles the rng faster but its not a ticket to ride : I personally have played so called hot games and Lost 10k in a go. 

 

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Posted 01 September 2016 - 07:08 AM

I keep a spreadsheet each year where I list almost all of the deposits I've made to on-line casino's and Poker rooms and I include information about any bonuses I receive as well and how big the wagering requirement was etc, all the important details basically.

 

You might expect that a higher bonus WR would inevitably have a direct correlation with a lower chance of making a withdrawal but that doesn't seem to be the case, especially when I play Dead or Alive with a bonus - if I hit a wildline or five scatters I'll almost certainly manage a withdrawal. I guess that's one of the reasons that game is becoming more and more rare to find available for bonus play :(

 

So I'm wondering which games have been most successful for you in beating the bonus WR? NetEnt's "Koi Princess" has been my own game of choice just lately but I've been seeing that on a couple of prohibited games list this month too, so I'd be grateful for some suggestions!

 How are you sure that this games for example DOA can be a good game for "beating wagering requirements" what i mean what are the basis? For example the RTP, the nature of the slot winning feature and etc. I just want to know if there are some that i don't know about the higher winning probability. Not to mention that i always play provably fair slots from online bitcoin casinos. Just like this one factor the "cryptographic algorithms" it will ensure players that the game host or other players did not mind the outcome of the game after it has begun. Anyway, I'm happy to hear another idea @Raverbabe  ;)



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Posted 01 September 2016 - 09:34 AM

We've had similar topics in the past and most of mine have already been mentioned although I don't think Reel Rush has been mentioned yet! Do you play this Raver? It smashes the wagering and if you've got a big balance you really can afford to play this game. £1 a spin and you'll fly through it. But obviously be prepared to lose too this game has always been very temperamental for me!


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Posted 01 September 2016 - 09:34 AM

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Posted 01 September 2016 - 11:30 AM

Mega Fortune has it's generous moments.........the last part of the bonus wheel got to me!!!

 

Megaspin - BDBA has potential......and the potential to be a do**e, 4 gems creating a V shaped payline while the 3rd reel not lining up! I envy Valdes' big max bet win on this game!!  ^_^

 

 

I've had the gems with a wild in the bonus round once, only on min bet 0.09 but still paid £375... If only it had been a 0.90 :(

 

How much was Valdes betting? I seem to remember a screenshot of him hitting $22.5k on DoA with scatters so I'm preparing myself to be sick!

 

Not sure if I could remember such "big max bet win" on Mega Spin - BDBA to be honest...  :unknw:

 

As for the DOA hit you are talking about, raverbabe, it's just $2250...unfortunately... :( 


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Posted 01 September 2016 - 11:46 AM

Not sure if I could remember such "big max bet win" on Mega Spin - BDBA to be honest...  :unknw:

 

As for the DOA hit you are talking about, raverbabe, it's just $2250...unfortunately... :(

 

Oh! I'm sure I saw a $9 five scatter hit here one time and thought it was yours. I've had £2,250 myself, and one for £7,500 on a £0.90 spin as well. It's been a year since I had anything even half that big now though :( 



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Posted 01 September 2016 - 11:52 AM

 How are you sure that this games for example DOA can be a good game for "beating wagering requirements" what i mean what are the basis? For example the RTP, the nature of the slot winning feature and etc. I just want to know if there are some that i don't know about the higher winning probability. Not to mention that i always play provably fair slots from online bitcoin casinos. Just like this one factor the "cryptographic algorithms" it will ensure players that the game host or other players did not mind the outcome of the game after it has begun. Anyway, I'm happy to hear another idea @Raverbabe  ;)

 

Oh I've heard all about the "provably fair" thing ... it sounds great although the implementation I saw didn't really prove anything to me as I wasn't clear on what to do with the key after the hand (it was a Blackjack game). I tried BitStarz a while back but the next time I went to play there they were no longer accepting UK players :( The other Bitcoin casinos I've joined have been mostly so-so.

 

The reason DoA has helped me so many times is simply because of its potential to hit your balance completely out of the ballpark... any kind of decent hit at 0.27 or above on that game pretty much promises to beat a typical £1,500 wagering requirement. I could be completely wrong and this isn't why the game is now bonus banned everywhere but it seems a logical guess.



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Posted 09 September 2016 - 05:23 PM

Koi. Best of the bunch!





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