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Its fairly common knowledge that these games are all predetermined

Thus when the wheel is spun or the bonus games played it already knows where its going to land

Some may call it rigged but its essentially just like computer blackjack or computer roulette running to a set RTP

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You can see that pachinko isn't predetermined from that clip, the 7x was furthest to the right and something triggered it by touching it, the puck was still heading towards the centre with 1 or 2 bounces left. 

Looks like an honest mistake to me and still random.

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I think there must have been some dust or anything that been on the sensor of that x7 or something like that. I do wonder how evolution will fix this up then?

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Call me a conspiracy theorist or whatever but there is no way these drops or spins are 'random' to the sense we all understand the word random. I just dont believe it.

The fact the 7x came in when looking unlikely could prove this either way. Either something accidently triggered the 7x and the spins are genuine. Or the 7x was programmed to come in and something went wrong with the board/drop. 

All you really need to do is looking at Lightning Roulette though. A so called random game which clearly to anyone with a brain cell is not random drops. All these shit games work on the same principle in my eye. Pre programmed results to any given RTP.

Obviously, make up your own mind

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I know sometimes when very low multiplier hits on coinflip or pachinko they redo the round. Did they not redo it after that happened ?

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2 hours ago, MrUKHackz said:

You can see that pachinko isn't predetermined from that clip, the 7x was furthest to the right and something triggered it by touching it, the puck was still heading towards the centre with 1 or 2 bounces left. 

Looks like an honest mistake to me and still random.

yeah something accidentally triggered it or w/e 

 

39 minutes ago, jaydublin11 said:

I know sometimes when very low multiplier hits on coinflip or pachinko they redo the round. Did they not redo it after that happened ?

no, they actually paused for a brief moment but then quickly continued

as everybody was immediately paid out the 7x lol.

The old casino law is if they pay you out accidentally you dont have to give it them back. So they wanted to quickly rush past this and pretend like it never happened but I just had to share the fuckup here lol. The LIVE SUPPORT got busy really quickly.

 

Am I still going to play this? absolutely 😄 cant fucking get enough 

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Thts not fair at all , they should have restarted the pachinko round. I would have been super annoyed if I was playing that time . 

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If games like this are predetermined I would like to know the legality of that? Surely they would have to admit to them being predetermined? I err on this side of them not being predetermined but who knows. As for lightening roulette well those spins and drops look highly suspect to me!

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I don’t think Pachinko (the random movement of the puck), Cash Hunt (you pick it) or Coin Flip (50/50 chance) are predetermined. It’s Crazy Time I don’t trust. 

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I am very dubious, however, of the application of flapper/brake. Some spins stop super quick, some proper drag out to 1 before or after the feature. 

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