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  3-Feb-15, 08:45   #1
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superthight 

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many people seems surprises about spin and go because of its jackpot but playin slot machine is more easier to win jackpot by only using some few bankroll or with only 1 challenging machine.it is proven that people around the world are now facing gambling addiction without thinking about brm sad to say gamblers dont have guidelines today...

     
  3-Feb-15, 12:11   #2
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Skpmorita 
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I would pick Slots always
at least with slots , you know you are trying your luck
but spin n go are rage generator
you can play decent , make the right move
and some guy decide to push all-in with 7-9 and you have A-K in 180$ pot
and bam he hits his hand and you are out
here comes the tilt and rage

     
  3-Feb-15, 13:34   #3
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klash23 
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I would prefer to play the spin and gos rather than slots,slots get pretty boring after a while and you can go through loads of cash playing slots trying for a big win but at least if you are an average SnG player you still stand a decent chance of keeping the majority of your bankroll.

     
  3-Feb-15, 14:13   #4
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jeffaboy 
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Posted by Skpmorita:
I would pick Slots always
at least with slots , you know you are trying your luck
but spin n go are rage generator
you can play decent , make the right move
and some guy decide to push all-in with 7-9 and you have A-K in 180$ pot
and bam he hits his hand and you are out
here comes the tilt and rage


That's poker , you have to learn to controll your rage and quit in time if you feel on tilt , ill take poker over slots all day every day since slots are made to lose money on Smile

     
  3-Feb-15, 14:21   #5
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Skpmorita 
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Posted by jeffaboy:
That's poker , you have to learn to controll your rage and quit in time if you feel on tilt , ill take poker over slots all day every day since slots are made to lose money on Smile


yes of course poker over casino games anyday
but spin n go are not poker in my book Smile

     
  3-Feb-15, 14:32   #6
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jeffaboy 
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Posted by Skpmorita:
Posted by jeffaboy:
That's poker , you have to learn to controll your rage and quit in time if you feel on tilt , ill take poker over slots all day every day since slots are made to lose money on Smile


yes of course poker over casino games anyday
but spin n go are not poker in my book Smile


Well they are poker but there's a huge variance because they are 3 handed Hyper turbo games so are not recommended by a lot of players Tongue

     
  3-Feb-15, 14:34   #7
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vic75 
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Slots too have a chance of winning a jackpot online you need a bankroll of at least Dollar 500 and its a big advantage for the house with spin and go you already know the implied odds of hitting a big multiplier yesterday i played 14 Dollar 1 spin and go for 2 tickets too the all in shootouts and the prize pool every single one Dollar 2 the Dollar 3 one prize pool Dollar 6 which i managed too win and currently breaking even for this new Promotion Big Smile Cool Blink

     
  3-Feb-15, 17:42   #8
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leno1 
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I totally agree with Skpmorita on that issue. Spin n goes are not really poker. It is something between the poker world and the casino world, because you are playing poker, but there is way more luck involved than usually.

     
  4-Feb-15, 01:10   #9
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bowie1984 

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4OP

This thread is doesn't even make sense. How it's comparable the two games is beyond me, I shouldn't even start there, but the second thing you are stating is exactly proven by who? You mean somebody took effort to try to prove commom sense? I don't know what you are reading where - about slots, spin&gos and bankroll management but you should sort that sh1t out before making a thread about it IMO.

     
  4-Feb-15, 03:50   #10
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pinotte 
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Posted by bowie1984:
4OP

This thread is doesn't even make sense. How it's comparable the two games is beyond me, I shouldn't even start there, but the second thing you are stating is exactly proven by who? You mean somebody took effort to try to prove commom sense? I don't know what you are reading where - about slots, spin&gos and bankroll management but you should sort that sh1t out before making a thread about it IMO.


Listen everybody have the right to open a thread here so if you dont like what somebody is writing just dont read it. Thumbs Down

     
  4-Feb-15, 10:49   #11
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BeMyATMplz 
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Just depends how good one is at poker.
For many players, playing slots with a 96% payout will be more profitable (or less unprofitable in that case) than playing any form of poker (counts for superfish too I'd assume)

     
  5-Feb-15, 17:00   #12
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bowie1984 

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Posted by pinotte:
Posted by bowie1984:
4OP

This thread is doesn't even make sense. How it's comparable the two games is beyond me, I shouldn't even start there, but the second thing you are stating is exactly proven by who? You mean somebody took effort to try to prove commom sense? I don't know what you are reading where - about slots, spin&gos and bankroll management but you should sort that sh1t out before making a thread about it IMO.


Listen everybody have the right to open a thread here so if you dont like what somebody is writing just dont read it. Thumbs Down

Gibberish nonsense have their own place and anybody could write their own blog in the blogs section, no need to open new threads everytime you read something (un)interesting or offtopic or have an urge talking about loosing ten dollars or whatnot...

     
  5-Feb-15, 19:29   #13
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leno1 
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Posted by bowie1984:
4OP

This thread is doesn't even make sense. How it's comparable the two games is beyond me, I shouldn't even start there, but the second thing you are stating is exactly proven by who? You mean somebody took effort to try to prove commom sense? I don't know what you are reading where - about slots, spin&gos and bankroll management but you should sort that sh1t out before making a thread about it IMO.


First of all of course he is having any right to open a threat about anything, even if it is nonsense. But I really think he has a point here comparing spin n goes with casino games. Certain aspects are definitely similar.

     
  5-Feb-15, 19:50   #14
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DirkSchering 

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You have none influence on slot machines. So even if you hunt a jackpot you ending up losing 4~10% on the longterm.

If you play spin & go's and have the right bankroll management / +ev strategie you will end up in the plus. The biggest problem with spin & go's are the huge swings and there for you need to have a strong self control.

Fact is ( mathematically speaking ) is that you will always losing money with slots.

     
  5-Feb-15, 20:04   #15
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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Neither of them interest me at all, period.

Just ugly as hell.

     
  5-Feb-15, 20:06   #16
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pinotte 
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In slot it takes less than a minute to lose a $1.00 unless you are very lucky you can lose a lot of money in an Hour.

With the spin & go if you play at $1.00 a shot it takes a least 6 minutes to play a game and again if you are very unlucky the more you can lose in an hour is $10.00.

I think its pretty obvious that spin & go is a lot cheeper than slot. Worship Worship Worship Worship

     
  5-Feb-15, 20:17   #17
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uno1Bomber 

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If you're a bad p0ker player, then slot is better, at least you could win there Big Smile

Seriously, if you had a $100 and a choice between slot and Spin&Go, would you choose a slot?
I think it's stupid. You can't control slot machine, but you can control your game in the p0ker.

But I don't play spin&go because I can play classic games.
Smile

     
  5-Feb-15, 20:22   #18
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arsenej1 

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Posted by uno1Bomber:
If you're a bad p0ker player, then slot is better, at least you could win there Big Smile

Seriously, if you had a $100 and a choice between slot and Spin&Go, would you choose a slot?
I think it's stupid. You can't control slot machine, but you can control your game in the p0ker.

But I don't play spin&go because I can play classic games.
Smile


I agree here. 100$ can disappear within minutes on a slot, u couldnt play 100 spin and goes in under ten minutes

     
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