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Things to note from Paddy Power.

I have a direct sponsored account with Paddy Power but Id like to warn players.

 

SLOTS - Many of their slots have lower RTP and and way lower bonus chances. 

BTG games on there seem to be the exception. 

Netent, Red Tiger PlaynGo all have a changed algorithm for the slots. 

Others vary. 

Their table games are also fixed, They have a lightning roullette copy called Quantum but if you spend time watching the ball drops strange and the high x bonus rarely lands. 

On card games- never play solo hands with dealer. On Blackjack play lower than the table high stake cos they are fixing the deck

You will win if your the short bet. 

 

Basically Paddy Power outside of sports and poker is ripping people off. 

Play reactoonz on PP and try and get more than 3 wilds on an implosion.... It will never happen. 

Its a fixed game as are most.

 

Ill probably lose my account with this but the company is out if order, they think because they are big they can rip people off.

 

Beware of them and all their attached sites. I've spent a long time monitiring this and if needed can post all the base gaming stats of sessions. You will see the low bonus trigger trend and random high base game hits. 

Just be careful, btw PP arn't the only  British casinos doing this. 

It does seem to be a UK based casino issue but I need to do more checks. 

 

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18 hours ago, Evaldo10 said:

Netent, Red Tiger PlaynGo all have a changed algorithm for the slots. 

 

are you talking about different rtp or alleging they have changed how their slots play entirely on paddy? as that would be absurd. its common that red tiger and play n go offer casinos different rtps for the casino to choose from.

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18 hours ago, Evaldo10 said:

Beware of them and all their attached sites. I've spent a long time monitiring this and if needed can post all the base gaming stats of sessions. You will see the low bonus trigger trend and random high base game hits. 

 

you would need millions of spins to even remotely try and back these comments up as possibly factual. not sure where you are coming from on this?

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Well we know about Red Tiger and Netent games on certain sites but the Play n Go varients have become seriously worse.

I'm basing this on not milllions but thousands of spins. 

I play on 20 different casinos and I make notes and download my play stats and analyse them

But this is my experience, id like to see if these kind of situations hold true for other players. 

It may be that due to some of my accounts and certain benefits in one way counter in other ways.

Most of my Sponsor accounts come from my poker in a similar vein to slots accounts. 

I base all my gambles on stats  so I see these swings early on. 

 

i would like to know others experiences especially those that check stats of such things. 

 I also watch many streamers and I see the same patterns with certain sites. 

Skybet, Paddy Power, 888, William Hill, Red Bet, Grosvenor are as I've seen are the worst offenders. 

There is lower RTP but also complete changes in certain games variables and basic game play. 

Spin to bonus trigger ratio is wider as well as normal gameplay.

I've been checking other slots forums and its not just me. 

Its not a bad thing to call out poor casinos with dodgy deals from certain providers. There are many good casinos who supply the games as intended.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Any change in RTP would mainly be .xx% which is negligible to the every day punter. It makes little to no difference in what you will gain or lose on a slot. But you should know that, seeing as you're a sponsored gambler...

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