Jackpot meter on Microgaming games....
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- Hi Gang:
As some of you might remember, I have a single one account for Microgaming that I can play at. PLatnium PLay Casino.
I have heard it is important to watch the Jackpot meter when picking certain games you want to play.
What exactly am I looking for on this meter, and what do I want it to look like?
Any help is appreciated....
- SLOT JUNKIE!!! wrote:
Yes PMM, I too would like to know what it means. I was told when they are in the red hot zone it is supposed to be ready to blow, but I seem to do better when it is closer to the cold side So I am confused! So please help me understand this...anyone
Yes Slot Junkie...thats what I thought too, but I do just awful when it is in the red.
I am so glad I am not the only one out there who wonders.
Lets hope we get some great expereinced players and they will answer it for us.
- The jackpot meter shows the "temperature" of the slot. i.e. the higher the temp the higher chance you have of winning the max coins.
I was playing Deck the halls and the meter was up to about 700 which is 299 away from the top. Whilst I was playing I kept looking back to see what the temp was and it was 991 the next time I looked (with the new tabs at microgaming you can view it without leaving your game). I lost $50 pretty quickly. I left the slot and put on another $30 and it was up to 999. By the time I loaded up the game, it was back down to 80 again. I was gutted as I knew it was due....just a shame it wasn't me.
I try not to play the ones that are stuck on 999 like Agent Jane Blond at one site - its been like that for a couple of months and its only a 9 line slot so chances are remote. I go for the ones that are either 400-500 or like Mad Hatters when its about 90- 94 - I've had some great wins at that temp.
- These thermometers tell you nothing, really, I mean, whats a 'jackpot' on MG games?
Just a prize, like many others, the highest one, yes, but still just a prize.
On games like Thunderstruck, Lady's Night, Adventure Palace the chance of hitting 5 wilds is once every 1.600.000 spins.
So a high thermometer indicates nothing, the jackpot may be right around the corner, but it can just as wel be a million spins away, you never know.
Its like chasing a random at RTG, oh, its on $10.500 now, should hit any moment!
Really? It might also go all the way up to $18.000,- before it hits, who knows?
And another thing, you don't need a jackpotspin to win big.
Its the biggest LINEwin, but 5 scatters in free spins usually pays alot more.
On Break da Bank Again I'd much rather hit the goldbars+wild in free spins than a jackpot in normal spins.
Money talks...and mine says goodbye!
i guess this is where paying attention in math class would have helped a lot.
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- at January 25, 2010, 15:22:59
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i take the temperature of the slot very seriously, and it helps me win all the time.
it doesn't necessarily mean a "jackpot" is going to hit, but when a large amout of coins get distributed. they don't in the cold zone.
i know one thing, the casinos take is serious also...villento is consently shutting of the temps on the weekends when the most people play.
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