HenryThelegend

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  1. HenryThelegend

    What is your personal opinions of Play'n'Go Slots

    I think 94.6 is ok (not good). But some are 94.0 which is not enough imo
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    What is your personal opinions of Play'n'Go Slots

    94% is too low to play imo. Go and watch a streamer play them. Whenever they play a play'n go slot they just never pay anything.
  3. I see a lot of Play N Go slots are 94.2%. Some of 94.5%. I personally consider 94.5% as a bottom "acceptable" level. 94.2% is too low. What do you think?
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    What RTP of slots is acceptable to you?

    I think it makes a huge difference. For example, many times I have watched streamers on 94% Play n Go slots. And they just rarely pay in the bonuses. Having watched, I really notice the difference between a 94% and a 96% slot. Which isn't a surprise as its 50% more expensive to play a 94% slot. Which is a huge difference.
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    What RTP of slots is acceptable to you?

    I think it is worth caring about it if you like to get an amount of enjoyment out of your money. For example if you play a 97% slot you will get over twice the play time than out of a 94% slot. So, to me, it makes sense to care about RTP. Not just about RTP as the enjoyment of the game matters too. But if I want to slot for 5 hours a week, then on a 97% slot at 40p spins that is going to cost me £60 a week. On a 94% slot it is going to cost me £120 a week. So over a year it would cost £3k instead of £6k. To me that is a lot of money I can then use for other things. RTP just defines how expensive a hobby slotting is.
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    What RTP of slots is acceptable to you?

    So do the slots like Rainbow Jackpots with a 93.9% rtp not include the jackpots?
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    What RTP of slots is acceptable to you?

    I think it does. You have to flip the numbers round. For example, most play n go slots are roughly 94% but there are some that are roughly 94.5%. That difference is 6% house edge vs 5.5% house edge. So that means the 5.5% game is roughly 10% cheaper. Imagine if you go to a shop and something is 10% off, that is a decent discount. You get roughly 10% more play. You also have to have the cut off somewhere. I personally think slots should have 95% rtp online. Then you are talking 6% edge vs 5% each which is a big difference of 15-20%
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    What RTP of slots is acceptable to you?

    I feel 94% is a little low tbh. I think 94.5%+ though, is fine. I just think 94% is a bit stingy!
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    Justified or not?

    Here is the video. Basically just run away whenever possible. Fighting is a lose-lose situation. That is why things like Deer run away from unarmed humans. What is the point in them risking themselves even if they know they would probably win.
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    Justified or not?

    I saw some Navy Seal dude saying his advice for a street fight is to just run away. Regardless of whether you think you win. Because the risk isn't worth it, and even if you "win" then you probably still "lose" due to the law and repercussions or getting hurt in other ways. Fighting should only ever be the last resort.
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    Stop and step live

    Hopefully. Was funny how warped some people's minds have become by these streamers. They were saying £2 is a "medium stake". Which is laughable because if you play slots 3 times a day on 95% RTP at £2 then you will on average lose about £150k a year. Even £1 is high stakes.
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    Stop and step live

    I would guess he is just a genuine gambler who got lucky as an affiliate. But would be gambling regardless. So in that respect he is clearly someone worth watching compared to those who are more clearly just running a business.
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    Stop and step live

    I'd strongly imagine he plays with real money. Yes it all comes from affiliation but that is the same for all slot streamers, and if it isn't then it is usually their aim.
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    Tactics and Strategies to winning

    It is IMPOSSIBLE to win at slots. If you play slots you are going to lose long term. For example, if you play 0.60p slots (with 95% return to player) then at 30 spins a minute you will lose £60 every hour (on average). So if you play 20 hours a week (3 hours a day) at this level then you will lose £1200 a week or £62k a year. These are mathematical facts. If you play higher or on worse RTP (often people do) or faster...then you will lose even more. So best tactics: 1, Play slower (don't skip spins, etc) 2, Play lower (lower stake) 3, Play higher RTP games (some sites are better than others) 4, Play less (Like 2 hours a few times a week, not every day)
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    Twitch Streamers

    Yeh, or they will get people to join private discords for codes.
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    Twitch Streamers

    I bet there is a loophole to avoid it
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    CONGRATULATIONS...

    He probably gets about £2k from this win,
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    New Gambling Regulations - UK

    The people to blame for all these rules is the casinos themselves. If they were more sensible about following responsible gambling then this would never have happened. There is no reason for £40 spins that anyone is able to do. It is also unacceptable that they are partnering with streamers using bonus money to advertise to kids and gamers on twitch/youtube. So this is the result. It is the casinos own fault. It sucks, but they were so greedy that the government has had to step in. This will get more and more over time. Eventually I would expect £2 cap on slots for example.
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    Did the UKGC get it right?

    If that is true then allowing them to stream on youtube or make videos on youtube is also not going to last long
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    Have you seen this?

    Basically because of gamstop I would expect
  21. Affiliates don't gamble. Its just a business for them. Once you understand that, watching them is pointless.
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    Fake streamers

    Yeh its crazy. For example if they were a normal punter players 2 quid spins the amount they do then they would lose hundreds of thousands every year which clearly they dont
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    Fake streamers

    To me, it doesn't matter if they are "fake" or not. What is the difference between watching someone play with fake money or with 200% bonuses? If someone is an affiliate with affiliate bonuses then there is no jeopardy about the gambling. The gambling is designed to get people to sign up to make more money. So if they win, they win. And if they lose, they win. So its no longer gambling. So who cares if they are fake or not. Either way you are not watching real gambling.
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    Will games need to be redesigned

    I would hope this drive for transparency continues. RTPs should be on the front page of every slot to explain to the player what it means. Secondly, any wins that don't actually mean wins do need to go. This might mean slots reworked yes. And finally there needs to be transparency around choices not mattering, but its fucking scummy when it looks like "Oh, if only I picked that one I would have had 100 spins". It is bollocks. It is pre-determined and scummy. There are so many ways that gambling operators have been deceitful that they are now going to get hammered by the UKGC. They could have just not done all this scummy stuff to begin with but here we are...
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    PUBLIC APOLOGY.

    I mean, you are right somewhat. People cannot control themselves so others need to suffer. Same with everything though, I have to pay taxes for the police because people cant behave themselves. It sucks, but that is life. But the blame goes on streamers, advertisers and casinos. If they actually did more to stop problem gambling then these changes, which suck,wouldn't be required Basically the industry has itself to blame only