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        There are some players @ Lucky Nugget who keeps on appearing on the RECENT HIGH WINNERS list quite so often. I am very aware that these winners are players who wager high to get the highest possible payouts, but there MUST be something else indicating those players on WHEN they must play in order to get the biggest possible payouts, but when that is, I am not aware of, really. And obviously, the online support for that casino will not/cannot tell us the "secret" behind that.

        If we take one regular winner named "Lynn S." (from Canada) as an example. She's been hitting the big wins like NUMEROUS times over the last year! At REMOVED website you can see that she's been winning like 7 big wins in just a couple of months! Each big win she's been getting is worthy at least $2000 and up to $25000, which is a darn nice amount to say the least! Below is a screenshot of what I am talking about:


        As for Lucky Nugget, they've got something else that might be playing a hand in this; some sort of "heat meter"-thingy as shown below:


        I've been playing @ Lucky Nugget casino for such a long time now, and the biggest single win I've gotten is like $800 and that's all.... so how she can get so many big wins SO many times, and mostly they're from games such as "Belle Rock", "Aces & Eights" and "Thunderstruck", which are all non-progressive video slots.

        So, what do you guys make of this? Any clues and opinions on this, perhaps?
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        I see where you are coming from oriug and it does raise suspicion. But without more info on the player it is really hard to tell.

        If it is legit she is more then likely a high roller gambler. She probably deposits in a week more then you or i deposit in 6 months. The high roller have the edge because they deposit so much more. I wouldn't doubt that she may have gambled back part or all that 25k as well.

        With that type of spinning sooner or later you are bound to hit something and more often.

        Otherwise i would certainly hope a casino would not pull this type of false advertising. I hope if she is real she frequents LCB and can give us the confidence we could certainly use when we become doubtful.

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        I've noticed the same kind of big hit winners by the same players at English Harbor group of casinos.  Not only do I not believe people are winning huge amounts there, I think the winner names are made up as well. 
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        lipstick_xoxos wrote:

        I see where you are coming from oriug and it does raise suspicion. But without more info on the player it is really hard to tell.

        If it is legit she is more then likely a high roller gambler. She probably deposits in a week more then you or i deposit in 6 months. The high roller have the edge because they deposit so much more. I wouldn't doubt that she may have gambled back part or all that 25k as well.

        With that type of spinning sooner or later you are bound to hit something and more often.

        Otherwise i would certainly hope a casino would not pull this type of false advertising. I hope if she is real she frequents LCB and can give us the confidence we could certainly use when we become doubtful.

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        From my experience, the wins are legit.  I agree with you that the high rollers usually make it to the "Winners Page".  However, from time to time Lady Luck smiles on me and lets me build up a nice balance.
        When my balance gets past 1500 credits, I play large and usually hit a nice win.  Nice enough to make it to the "Winners Page".

        Since I'm not a high roller, my name only appears once or twice a year.
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        Yep, it does look like the wins are legit, mainly because I've been on those lists as well, thanks to a $3000 win @ BtBank, and guess who I was accompanied back then? Yup! Lynn S.! I mean... she MUST be a zillionare by now? Sure she might be a high roller, but the amount of jackpots and high wins she gets, is c-r-a-z-y to say the least!

        Another thing I've noticed. People DO seem to care about the "win meter"-bar/value next to the game name for MG-games. I mean, as soon as small games (regular, no-progressive slots) hits 800+, the high rollers seem to be hitting those games extremely hard, resulting in MOST of the high winners posted on the main page are winners from that particular game! And then when you check the game, the meter has gone down to 100'ish or something. Wonder how they do it... Anyone with me so far?

        The same goes for Aces & Eights. What's up with that game? The ONLY video poker that seems to be paying the jackpot fairly regularly, if you ask me. I see a lot of different names displayed on the front page saying "XXX won 20,000 @ Aces & Eights". And it's 20,000 exactly, meaning that they'd be playing @ whopping $25 coins (coin size = 5, so 5x 4000, which is the royal flush prize = 20,000 credits) each hand/game when they hit the A&E jackpot! So, it seems that in order for us to win the jackpot on A&E is to play at LARGE. It's not enough to play A&E with less than 5 coin size if you want to hit the jackpot. Have lost the count how many 1000 hands/games I've played on 2 coin size pr. hand/game, and I've yet to hit that jackpot... So yeah, by playing from 5 coin size and up to whopping 25 coin size ($125(!) pr. hand/game) are our best chances, it seems.

        Of course, these are just theories, but I cannot be THAT far off, or am I? All this comes from 2-3 years of "studying" how and when the big wins are hit/done, so I am just basing these on what I've seen in that period of time.

        What do you lot reckon about this, huh?

        Also, if there are things that are "unclear", feel free to ask and I'll explain.
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        I think you're spot on personally oriug.

        The thermometer is important but it doesn't have to be over 800 to hit.  It won't be max but it will be big enough for the small bet.  274-278 is a very nice temp for certain slots paritcularly Deck the Halls.  Fat lady sings is around 520.  If you can catch Alaskan Fishing just before it gets to 999, you should get a nice hit when all the wilds hit (you might not get all wilds but you will get a fair few).  I can usually tell when the temp drops back down.  Keep checking the temp though.

        To be able to bet max you need to have a decent starting balance.

        What do you generally deposit and what size bets do you play?

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        Ah, I see. So you reckon there is a "certain" thermometer value for each slot, huh? Seems interesting that, yes. However, when I take a look around different casinos now, I've spotted FLS @ 999.. so that would be a better value for high wins than if it'd be on 500+ like you said, for FLS that is?

        Well, I usually bet around $1 per game. Depending which game it is, I normally play $0.90-$1.50 per game. If I get nice enough wins, I will of course jump the coin size to even higher amounts, but not more than $5 at max. That is for slots. For video pokers I normally play either with $2.50 or $5 coins per game, but at first I play $2.50 per game. If I get a nice win amount, I can jump to $5 and even $10 per game.
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        What ive understood when comming to the thermometer there is absolute none meaing if its 90 or 999 as all slots is running on the same server no matter which MG casino your playing at its the same slot server.

        Like player 1 plays a super mg casino #1 playing lord of the rings hits a crazy win so the thermometer resets to 80.

        Player 2 plays at super mg casino #2 here the thermometer for lord of the rings is 999 since its maybe been 3days since someone hit big but its the same server running both lord of the rings sessions.

        The thermometer is just set for each own mg casino but the chance of hitting big is no matter if thermometer stands at 80 or 999 the outcome is 100% the same.
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        I didn't realise that kazzi.  Thanks for the info - so the thermometer means nothing basically.

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        Yes unfortunately I also started to notice they set them at extreme values manually.
        So it's even worse than what Kazzi has said...

        New games like planet exotica will have constant 999
        Right now Santas Wild has to 999

        I used to be different before. Even if thermomether indicated a global value scattered across all MG casinos is was still somehow random and prone to fluctuations.

        Right now in most of the cases it's a very lame promo tool. Setting up everything to 999 takes away any value thermometer had whatsoever

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