Slot Reels - Real vs Fun Mode

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        Hiya LCB'ers,

        I have read somewhere along the wonderful world of online casinos that playing Slots in Fun Mode will have the same realistic payouts and win/lose patterns as playing in Real Cash. That regulations require that there is no adjustments or alterations and both ways of playing are equal in outcome.

        Do you believe this to be true? If you play in fun mode and do well are you more inclined to play it for cash? I find if a slot does really well i am very tempted to play for real money. But sometimes i wonder if the machines are set much looser regardless of required regulations.

        What do you think?

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        I have found this to be true but the possibility for casinos to pull some bs is there. I've had luck playing some Microgaming slots in fun mode and ended up playing them for real and winning. These things are are so unknown even with regulations in place. I have definitely played slots in fun mode before playing them for real to see if they were paying out. It has worked more times than not.
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        i always thought that fun mode was fun mode, and i thought the outcome was more chances of winning,

        like for 3dice, the tourny games are on different servers than the real versions of the games, so i dunno if they have different payout %'s but who knows for sure, i think the same as lips, i do feel the tourny and fun mode is looser than the real cash mode, but just my opinion

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        Im not quite sure what to think, many times i play slots for free it happens i win nothing while i win something in real mode. Also coin denominations may be different for free play and real money play.

        I believe fun play is hosted differently but i think its still the same game with same payout percentages.
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        You bring up a good point with the coin values dr and supposedly game outcomes are not effected by the amount of the bet. I have always found this really hard to believe cuz every time i raise my bet the slot never seems to be as loose. There are rare exceptions when the machine is on fire and raising the bet works in my favor.

        I think there may be some truth that fun play and real play may have similar payouts because i have tested on real tight slots and have the same results in fun mode while the looser slots tend to be loose also in fun mode.

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        I usually don't notice the difference between fun and real mode, though Jack and the Beanstalk is much more loose in fun mode, in my experience of course, that's the slot I play often.

        Also, there are slots like Aussie Rules and Count Spectacular that I have played for real money relatively successfully but never in fun mode so I can't compare.
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                  I don't know,  I also think when you play in fun mode it might be worth mentioning you're not as  afraid of losing 'cause it isn't real so you bet with more, more frequently take chances that you would probably never do in real life.  At least that's been my experience.  I know I like to play if there is a new slot just released  'cause I want to see how the bonus rounds are.  Sometimes I do absolutely terrible in fun mode in which case I  won't play that dog of a slot in real life. 
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                  I don't know,  I also think when you play in fun mode it might be worth mentioning you're not as  afraid of losing 'cause it isn't real so you bet with more, more frequently take chances that you would probably never do in real life.  At least that's been my experience.  I know I like to play if there is a new slot just released  'cause I want to see how the bonus rounds are.  Sometimes I do absolutely terrible in fun mode in which case I  won't play that dog of a slot in real life. 



        That is an excellent point, in my opinion, and I agree 110%. 

        The thing that has to be understood about, "Fun Mode," is that we will often Max Bet, or something very close to it, when we have the chance.  When we do this, Moderate wins seem like a windfall and Bonus Rounds that we would usually call, "Garbage," play through for huge money in our estimation. 

        If you really want to answer this question, you have to take a sample and keep records.  Obviously, the more machines and repetitions with which you can do it, the better, but bankroll could become a factor there.  Although, if we could get enough depositors to team up for the study, it could be done potentially a a small price to each of us.

        The way I would suggest to conduct such a study would be to take $10.00 per sample, bet the most lines, but with the smallest bet.  That would usually result in $0.25 being bet per spin.  Keep in mind that you would NOT bet until you lost the $10.00, you would simply bet until you mde $10.00 worth of bets, in the case of a quarter, that would be 40 total bets.

        For each bet made you would express the result as a percentage of the amount bet, so for $0.25 an $1.00 won, that would be 400%.  If you bet $0.25, and, "Won," $0.05, that would be 20%. 

        At the end of 40 bets, you would add up all of the percentages you have written down and divide the sum by 40 to get a mean percentage return. 

        I would probably recommend repeating this process at least twenty times (20x) to get an acceptable sample size, because you're talking about 800 paid spins and 800 free spins at that point.  That seems reasonable enough.

        The cost to conduct the experiment alone, exactly as described, could theoretically be $200, but that's unlikely because it would require that you lose every single spin.  I think we could take it for granted, since most machines pay out 90%+, I think you could take getting half, or $100, back for granted, at a minimum.

        Once again, we could divide it up by getting more of us to participate in the experiment.  10 participants would only require $20.00 in bets to conduct the experiment as described.

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