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  1. MrUKHackz

    Razor Shark Review

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  2. MrUKHackz

    Videoslots Reduced RTP

    Okay so to those of you that don't know, certain providers have variable maths models for there games, for instance Play'n GO have 2 versions of Book Of Dead, 94.2% RTP is the lowest version and 96.21% is the highest version. In a nutshell, Videoslots are now running on the lowest versions of these games for the UK which they announced in Feb but you probably wouldn't of seen it as its hidden on a back page, you'd think something like that would be front page news! How does this effect you as a player? It has a massive effect, 2% difference in RTP will lower your expected game time by around 30% What does this mean to you? It means if you're going to play Play'n GO, Pragmatic Play, Red Tiger or IGT then I suggest you play anywhere but Videoslots, if you wondering about all the other providers, they have a fixed RTP and will be the same at any casino, it's just the 4 providers listed above.
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    Opal Fruits Review

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    Narcos Review

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    Dead Or Alive 2 Review

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    Zeus 2 Review

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  9. Irish government to establish new gambling regulator 21 March 2019 The Republic of Ireland Government has set out plans to form a new gambling regulatory authority with oversight of the country's online and land-based market. An Inter-Departmental Working Group has published a new report on the issue, in which it focuses on the future licensing and regulation of gambling in Ireland. In the report, Minister of State David Stanton says Ireland is currently applying a “mid-20th century approach” to gambling activities and not taking into account the advances in digital technologies in recent years. Stanton said comprehensive reform of the industry is required in order to bring the market up to date, but this will not be possible without establishing a new independent regulatory authority. Current Irish legislation does not provide for a coherent licensing and regulatory approach to gambling aside from specific legislation governing the country's National Lottery, the report noted, with oversight for the sector divided between a number of government departments and agencies. This body would assume responsibility for regulation of the Irish market, which would include awarding licences to operators that want to offer gaming services in the country. The regulator would also have enforcement powers, such as the ability to impose fines on operators and suspend or revoke licences. The new authority would also be responsible for the management of a social fund and subsequent disbursement of monies to approved addiction treatment centres and organisations, as well as raising awareness of gambling-related issues, carrying out industry research and running educational initiatives. In addition, the regulatory body would act as the lead Irish agency in European Union and cross-border cooperation in combating betting-related match-fixing and money laundering. It is intended that the authority would be funded primarily from fees and levies on regulated gambling activities in Ireland. “As the gambling industry changes, and indeed as the demographics and motivations of its customers change, so must the State’s licensing and regulatory approach,” Stanton said in the report. “The Working Group is firmly of the view that without a new independent regulatory authority of sufficient scale, the comprehensive reform required will not be possible. “Effective modern licensing, regulation and monitoring of the gambling industry will come at a cost. The Working Group concludes nevertheless that such an authority can in time be substantially self-financing, through income from licence and other fees charged to gambling operators.” The Irish Bookmakers Association (IBA), the representative body for betting operators in Ireland, has welcomed the new report. Chairperson Sharon Byrne said the new regulatory authority should be introduced as soon as possible. Byne added: “We are hopeful that this will be the final step towards completion and enactment of a Gambling Control bill and independent regulator. Our members have already introduced many of the advertising standards, customer monitoring and customer protection measures recommended by regulators in other countries. “An independent regulator and gambling control bill, will ensure enforcement and compliance by all gambling operators, not just betting shops, which will lead to better consumer protections and support for those who may be vulnerable to addiction.” *Citation from here
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  12. MrUKHackz

    Online Slots A-Z

    This thread is for any questions you may have about online slots that you want to know more about, if you have any questions fire away below and I'll do my best to explain to you! I'll start the thread off with some commonly asked questions What is RTP? RTP is an abbreviation for "Return To Player". You'll see RTP used with a percentage for example 97% RTP, this means that the slot will over time return £97 to the players for every £100 that is played through it. This calculation is made with millions of spins so bear in mind you could quite easily get £5 back for your £100 worth of play or £1000's and that is due to variance. What is Variance? Slots come in all sorts of variance's, in general low, medium or high. A slot with low variance will pay very often but not very much and will have quite a low maximum win potential, this means your bankroll will in general last longer as you're recycling your wins over and over so you get more playtime, however the max win you could potentially win will be a lot lower than a high variance game to compensate for that. Example Slot: Bloodsuckers A High variance slot is the opposite, you will have the chance to win huge amounts but as a trade off you may also encounter very "cold" spells where the slot may pay very little for a huge amount of spins, that's the trade off you make for the win potential! Example Slot: Danger High Voltage Medium is somewhere in between, sometimes it plays like low variance and sometimes it feels like high variance, the wins won't be as big as the true high variance slots but better than the low variance! Example Slot: Spinata Grande What is Bonus Wagering? A common question to streamer's is, how much wagering do you have left? Wagering refers to turning over a bonus that the player has received from the casino, as a new player you'll often see welcome bonuses of say 100% or 200% at various casino's, this is how much the casino will match your cash with to play slot's. So if you deposit £100 and the bonus is 100% you would have £200 to play with, £100 cash and £100 bonus money. Now wagering refers to how many times you have to turn that bonus money over to release any winnings, obviously if there wasn't any wagering people could withdraw straight away and you would of doubled or tripled your deposit for nothing! So lets say the wagering is 35x, that means on a £100 bonus you would have to wager £3500 to release the bonus. You could do that with 3500 x £1 spins on various slots for example. So when you hear a streamer say Im 50% through the wagering you now know he/she is half way through and based on the above example would have completed £1750 worth of spins! We can also refer back to the different variances when talking about bonuses as for example I used to start my play with a high variance game, try to hit a big win and then I would switch to a low or medium variance game to churn through the wagering without winning or losing too much as I was happy with the initial big win! This may be frowned upon by some casino's however as long as you don't play a restricted game then it is completely above board. What is a Sticky or Non-Sticky Bonus? A sticky bonus is where your cash deposit is locked to the bonus amount, you must complete wagering to withdraw anything, if you don't beat the wagering your deposit is lost, there's no getting out of it once you accept the bonus. These can be rather frustrating if you happen to hit a huge win in the first few spins as you may not get to see that money if your luck doesn't hold up for the wagering. A non sticky bonus is where you play with your cash first, if you happen to win before dipping into the bonus funds then you can cancel the bonus and take your cash and win, these are by far the best bonuses available on the market and they are essentially a "free" second chance if you're unlucky with your own cash. I'll update this list as and when any new questions are posted
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  14. MrUKHackz

    Lightning Strike Megaways Review

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    Primal Megaways Review

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    Vikings Unleashed Review

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  25. We are a group of researchers based at London South Bank University. We are planning to undertake some work looking at how people think of themselves as a gambler (or a better, or a player, etc). We are also interested in looking at how these self-concepts impact on people’s gambling behaviour. We are also looking for aspects of social interactions which help people stay in control, but also risk factors which may signal a problem. All good research should start with the views of the people who have lived experience of the subject. As part of our research planning, we are really interested to hear what people who bet/gamble actually think about the questions we are exploring! To help us achieve this, we’d love to invite you to answer as many (or as few) questions from the list below to tell us what you think. This should only take a few minutes, and you’ll be helping to inform best-practice in the gaming/gambling community! We ask you write your results in this thread and we encourage comments on people’s comments- but please keep these respectful! If you would prefer to comment privately, please just email us at research.lsbu@gmail.com or if you have any questions or concerns you may contact fringsd@lsbu.ac.uk Thanks Dr Dan Frings and the team at LSBU Questions we want to explore 1) What do you think about the idea of research looking at what makes gambling ok or a problem – i.e. looking at risk factors and protective factors for gambling? Would it be relevant? 2) Is the idea of looking at peoples self-concept as a gambler (or better, players, etc.) relevant? Why (or why not?) 3) Are the social connections we have with others relevant? Why (or why not?) We are planning to use online questionnaires to collect data, and pay people to take part. 4) What do you think would encourage people to take part? 5) What do you think we could do to help ensure people provide honest responses? 6) What do you think would discourage people from taking part?