Joined: Aug '12
Age: 24 (M)
I just registered for this offer,but from what i read it was $15 No deposit Bonus,after i tried to activate this bonus with no succes,I talked with someone from live support and in a few seconds activate the bonus manually. But instead of $15 I got $20.
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doarule: Thank you
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Joined: Mar '09
Age: 41 (F)
Be careful when they say i can give you some money to try our casino. You may find at the end that its a not a no deposit bonus but fun money credited as real. So make sure when they say so to ask what the story is.
In this case though it is a real No deposit Bonus that you can cash out from what i see in the screenshot. Good luck with it
Joined: Dec '12
Age: 41 (M)
Hello AlexandrosLM & Doarulle,
I have also $20 No Deposit Bonus at OnBling Casino. You can cash out maximum 5 x $20. That means maximum cash out from this NDB is $100. I will recommend you to play on "The Three Stooges"! I won $200. You have to bet only $0.30. Not more! Only play on that game. Every 10 spins it gives you money between $10 and $40.
If you win, you have to make one deposit of $21. Then you have to fullfil this application form:
Joined: Nov '12
Age: 50 (M)
Wow how wonderful for them. All you need to do is send them all the information required for a dull blown identity theft. They will then send you a maximum of $100. Dude I will tell you what. I too am willing to send you $100 if you will only provide me with a few key pieces of your information. Do not worry about the new credit cards and such that I will get issued in your name as I promise to take care of them for you.
Joined: Jan '10
Age: 54 (M)
I wasn't trust slot of online casino anymore, that's rigged !!! Win, yes sometime ! after that we would be locked !!! I mean we will not win untill we lost our winning and capital !!! That's program work cause we couldn't choice the table like live casino, we just play one table forever
Anyone know how slot program work ? global principle I mean
[QUOTE]Posted by Serpang: I wasn't trust slot of online casino anymore, that's rigged !!! Win, yes sometime ! after that we would be locked !!! I mean we will not win untill we lost our winning and capital !!! That's program work cause we couldn't choice the table like live casino, we just play one table forever
Anyone know how slot program work ?
most slots has a pre programmed payout% usually about 80% how ever they are different programmed for pay outs. F.ex slot1 is paying small prizes quite often but slot2 pays bigger prizes not so often, this might also change in different stages of game. remember an old slot at a bar i used to go, it was a jackpotmeter that had a limit, wasting a lot of money on beer looking ppl play i notice slot allways very friendly not before jpotmeter was full, not when it was full. but x hour after. i think most machines will beat you in the long run, unless you find small things like this that would be different for every slot (same slot usually same tricks even different mods.)just like an earlier post a person claimed he found a slot that gave 10-40usd win every 10 turn playing 30cents. machine must be in "friendly mode" look for what starts it when...
Joined: Sep '11
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Age: 35 (M)
SLOT MACHINE MYTHS Because most players do not understand how slot machines work, whole sets of beliefs have grown over when to play a machine and when to avoid it. Little truth is in any of them. Here's a look at some of the more pervasive slot myths: Change machines after a big jackpot -- the machine won't be due to hit again for some time. From a money-management standpoint, it makes sense to lock up the profits from a big hit and move on. But the machine is not "due" to turn cold. In fact, the odds against the same jackpot hitting on the next pull are the same as they were the first time. Play a machine that has gone a long time without paying off -- it is due to hit. Slot machines are never "due." Playing through a long losing streak all too frequently results in a longer losing streak. Casinos place "hot" machines on the aisles. This belief is so widespread that end machines get a good deal of play regardless of how they pay. It is true that not all machines in the same casino are programmed with the same payback percentage. And it's true that casinos want other customers to see winners. But slot placement is more complex than just placing the hot ones at the ends of aisles. The payback percentage is lowered when the crowds are bigger and demand is greater. It's not that easy to change a machine's programming. Changing the programmed payback percentage requires opening the machine and replacing a computer chip. That's not something to do cavalierly.