PROGRESSIVES SLOTS AT A REPUTABLE CASINO?
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I am not going to say what casino I was playing at for over 6 hrs due to I have a pending cashout, but I will probably post after I receive the money.
This is a VERY REPUTABLE CASINOs I was playing the Progressives for hrs kept winning and you know how when you are playing and all the sudden it starts going faster, then stops. Well I don't pay too much attention to that but since I kept winning I was thinking WOW I could be a MILLIONAIRE then I started to notice that it was RIGGED. The counter went from $1,629,890.00 and instead of noticing my spins I INTENTLY watched the counter and the numbers spin fast and then stop but I noticed once that it went to $1,629,999 I was expecting it to turn to $1,630,000 as it should have. So I logged out and back in to see if the counter would do the same thing it did EXACTLY the same. It went back to ticking $1,629,890 again after it had already ticked past those same numbers $1,629,890 it did the same thing again to $1,629,899 and then the numbers changed to $1,629,890 and started counting from there all over again. Has any other member had this happen and yes when you are playing progressives it is a $5 spin so you don't notice the counter but take the time to notice it and you will see what I mean.
No I am not talking about paylines. I am specifically talking about the counter WATCH IT CAREFULLY. Now most ppl are watching the spin of course and if you win after all it's a $5 spin you are watching your balance and the screen, not paying close attention to the PROGRESSIVE COUNTER and the numbers at the top especially if they are ticking fast. It did it to me at least 7 times, but keep in mind I kept hitting the bonus rounds so I had the bankroll to keep spinning and watching the counter. My heart sank and then I was MAD I was always taught to believe Random Number Generators are Random.
Well I did it again today and sure enough I was playing at a different RTG Cleopatras Jackpot Gold and it did the same thing. But wait, this time I recorded it and yes I do have the evidence it seems to be on all the RTG's. I will tell you now where I was playing yesterday at Manhattans yes I know, it's like saying Yes Virginia there is no Santa Claus, one of my favorites. Today I was playing at iNetBet, and yes I know again, I play there everyday. But sure enough it happened. So now that I have the recording of it I just want players to be aware, watch the Progressive counter it is not fair. Anyone can go into Inetbet now, and if you play Jackpot Cleopatras Gold deposit and spin one time, the counter will speed up and watch it. It will go from $288,382.and the decimals click fast it went from $288,389 back to $288,369 it is true and it sucks.
I am not even sure that the casinos themselves are aware of it, I would imagine they would say it is the software. But I am not sure how all that works but is still does not seem correct to spin the wrong numbers. I can say that it does not effect the spins from what I can tell I was hitting bonus round after bonus round. But the counter was not ticking correctly and going back thru the same numbers it had already ticked thru. Still waiting to see if anyone else experienced this or even noticed.
- Yes, and it is not just on progressives, I was playing at iNetBet today and it happened on a regular real series slot. It was going up really fast and then I looked up at it agian and it had dropped back down to where it started from. This happened 2 different times today on 2 different slots at iNetBetRated:
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- Yes you ladies are definitely right about this. (It's very suspicious)
I have been noticing this for a long time (especially at iNetBet- where I play the most).
I know that progressive slots are set to the lowest RTP% allowed by RTG.
You are basically playing to hit the jackpot- because they will eventually just eat up your bankroll in the long run.
But according to the records here at LCB, Cleo's Gold Jackpot hasn't been hit in 24 weeks and now is at its at its highest peak.
Cleo's Jackpot and Jackpot Pinatas are going to hit any day now
At least that is what Club World Casinos keeps telling me in their emails .
I guess thats why they call this gamblin.
I have read that other ppl have also noticed this lately and one woman was so frustrated that she thought she was nuts or seeing things or her math was wrong. Then i thought well how could you prove it? I looked at my phone and it has a video recorder on it tee hee. So I recorded it and now I just cant figure out how to show anyone other than handing them my phone. But in all seriousness I would never think a casino would payout a Million? And if it keeps ticking number $1,690,899 and then goes right back to $1,690,800 how is it ever going to go off and at what ticker. And who is doing this and why? da dum da dum da dum da dum
Stupid question do you think the casinos are aware of this and wait before someone tells them and they say duh? I want someone more tech savy then me to record it and post somehow. And you do not have to have a big bankroll to see it, just play any Progressive i was playing Jackpot pinatas and I did keep hitting the bonus rounds and winnings hundreds, but that is a $5 spin you can spin one time and it starts spinning fast just stop and watch it you dont nd to spin at all. It will go from $1,699,999.99 back to $1,688,999.99 now I am not a math wizard but it is the first time I saw a counter count BACKWARDS?!@#$%^
- No lucky8s- your eyes weren't playing tricks on you.
I've seen the same thing happen on the same slot (pinatas) many, many times.
I usually got nice hits too- so it really didn't bother me all that much .
But I am quite sure that the casinos are aware of this.
Just imagine how many highrollers play this slot everyday. I'm sure the casinos have heard these complaints before.
My question would be- how high should the jackpot really be????
Now that's a great point, my concern is how do they get it to count backwards? And who does it the casino or the RTG software? I just wish someone besides me knew how to post it and record it. Cause i know some will say geeze it's nothing it just means that someone won the jackpot whil playing and it reset. I call BS that is not what i am talking about here it goes from $1,600,999.99 and counts backwards $1,600,899.99.
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