The topic is indeed very muddy ... And a good question is who stirs it up? Can RTP really depend on the time of day? For some reason, fans of conspiracy theories stubbornly believe that it is definitely not a casino. Although it is the casino that profits from the spread of rumors about the fact that, supposedly, there is a certain time when the slot gives and when the slot does not. Allegedly, it is only necessary to find this time - and it will be possible to play for yourself by robbing the casino. ðŸ™‚
Such rumors attract new players to the casino, make the old ones play at inconvenient times for them, spend money on bets again and again, trying to find their cherished grail - the time of luck. All the casinos in the world are simply indescribably delighted with all this. :))
I wouldn't be surprised if some representatives of some casinos do contain sites spreading such nonsense that the RTP depends on the game time, the presence of other players, the device used, and other tinsel.
And what do these, sometimes directly opposite, rumors have in common? Someone advises to play when there are a lot of people, someone when there are few. Some in the morning, some in the evening. Etc. and so on ... And one thing in common: the COMPLETE lack of supporting statistics.
It would seem that it could be easier: make a sufficient number of bets, confirm your idea - and you're done! The topic is not new, it has been sucked up for decades, but there are no statistics like no ... Rumors remain unfounded rumors ...
What time of day is best to play slot machines?
So, to our rams... I once said that almost nothing can be learned from 10 thousand bets. To clarify: let's say there are two slots with an average variance (50): one with an RTP of 90%, the other 100%. We don't know where. What are the chances that, after placing 10,000 bets on each, we can determine this? That is, after 10 thousand bets, we will just see which slot paid out more. Everything seems to be just...
And?.. An easy calculation shows that a slot with 100% RTP will in 16% of cases have a lower return than 90% RTP after 10 thousand bets. If we were to determine by the blind poke method, at random, without any bets, we would guess where and what in 50% of cases. And these 10 thousand bets allowed us to reduce the uncertainty by only 3 times: from 50% to 16%. 10 thousand bets is VERY little.
On the other hand, 10 thousand bets can distinguish with good reliability some two slots with different RTP. Which? With RTP 100% and 70%! In this example, a slot with an RTP of 70% will very rarely (in 0.5% of cases) give more than a slot with 100%.
But what does this mean in practice? It's very simple: in order to (quite reliably, but still not guaranteed!!) to distinguish 70% from 100%, you need to make 10 thousand bets, that is, YOU NEED TO GO MINUS THREE THOUSAND BET! Moreover, you need to lose these 3 thousand bets out of 10 thousand more than once a year, but almost constantly!!! ONLY under this condition, 10 thousand bets can tell us something useful about the slot, about whether there is any dependence on the game time, and so on.
That's when you make deposits of 30k rubles and lose them at a rate of 10 rubles in less than a day, and not sometimes, not from time to time, but almost always, THEN you can say that you have found the time when "the slot does not give." :))
Just don't show screenshots with statistics, where for a miserable 142 bets the bonus didn't fall out. Well, isn't it funny?...
PS. Mathematicians, as it is right, do not play slots for large amounts, because they cannot find a way to win (the exception, perhaps, is the hunt for a large jackpot). Mathematicians can't, but Vasily Pupkin, who got 200 stakes and hit the jackpot in the 2000s once in his life, can! :)))
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