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How many spins do I need to log before I can get suspicious? (Netent Bloodsuckers)

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I'm just wondering what the general rule of thumb for this is. I've put in 40,000 spins now at Netent's Bloodsuckers game and am running at around 94% player return. I realize this probably isn't enough to conclude anything but I can't help but strongly feel like the game they're putting me in isn't anywhere close to the advertised 98% RTP. I would have to be picking every big pay coffin every chance I get just to break even at the rate this game seems to go. Netent claims this game is "low variance" but I don't see how that can be if I'm running so consistently poor over that many hands.

 

Is it possible there's more to the bloodsuckers game that I need to do to achieve 98%?  It should all just be random every spin, correct?

 

Thanks guys.

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You may have a point but this game is the highest RTP they offer at 98% and is supposedly "low variance" and I am only doing it to try to clear welcome bonuses.  In theory I have to stick with it right?  Unless there are lies happening...

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You need millions of spins to determine anything.

Up 12% on Jamming Jars after 45 000 spins

Up 1% on 1429 Unchartered after 76 000 spins

Down 10% on Bonanza after 33 000 spins

Only game that seems to be where it should is Reactoonz at down 5% after 36 000 spins. Garga is heading to the ban list though as I've not seen the bugger for around 3000 spins.

 

You can only really tell if you are running good or bad by the stats you have., it's not indicative of any trend with the game.

 

 

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Thanks dirty that helps. The mind can really play tricks on you when things are going badly. Slots can be EVIL!

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You should read the T&C of your welcome bonus.  

Most sites either don't let you play Bloodsuckers to bonus clear or have it give 50% contribution.

Deposit bonuses are normally the most difficult to clear as a lot of them require you to wager, for example, 35x the deposit+bonus.

 

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8 minutes ago, velonese said:

You may have a point but this game is the highest RTP they offer at 98% and is supposedly "low variance" and I am only doing it to try to clear welcome bonuses.  In theory I have to stick with it right?  Unless there are lies happening...

You need to be careful, when playing on a bonus. Many have Bloodsuckers restricted. Just saying. 

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Don't worry I am a pro bonus whore, I'm just kind of new still to the slots part of it. Bloodsuckers is definitely not restricted.

This particular one is for the legal Oceans online Casino in Atlantic city.  It's a $10,000 deposit match in 10 steps and the average rollover is about 22 x bonus (no longer offered as of a week ago). In theory it's worth $5605 profit but I just keep busting every step in traumatic fashion.

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Can I ask you guys what tool are you using to monitor your RTP?

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No tools for me the sites usually have points you earn that are based on your play and you can figure things out mathematically that way.

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What betsize are you playing?

 

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Here is som stats from slottracker.com you might find interesting

 

bloodsuckers-rtp.JPG

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That is interesting thank you!

 

Dirtystack, I started the smaller steps at $1, moved up to $2 and am currently at $2.50.  I was going to cap myself at $3.75 for the last big steps but given how things have gone I'm going to stick to $2.50 and put in more hours.

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