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  1. This is me: Video link https://youtu.be/hh_TgipTbag https://youtu.be/yzYbcvfeFgo https://youtu.be/AwqGopXdtF0 The bonuses can take a while to drop but most of the time pay well when they do drop. Those are my go to slots in Corals although of course your luck may be different to mine. 777 Burn em up is 95% all stakes, Sun Kissed is ok at £1 or £2. The others need to be £2. £500 bank is enough to play at £2 stakes and fingers crossed get a decent play and get a chance of being profitable at some stage.
  2. My choice would be: Sun Kissed 777 Burn 'em up Black Knight Magpie Mayhem Barkin Mad All £2 spins
  3. Agree with most of what you wrote Kingofthenorth. Money is being made through affiliate links and of course You-Tube viewing. Every time a new video is put up it generates some cash plus the older videos probably get active again. I'm not sure how affiliation works but it must be on turnover, not losses that would be totally unethical. Although I agree with the sentiment as most "affiliates" persuaded to join will lose. I prefer StopandStep because it is one of the few that does fobt's which is closer to how I gamble. The bandit I enjoy his lower stakes videos, but once he is £5 and above it's cloud-cuckoo-land, fantasy and actually hard to watch. The Reel King stuff is boring and just stresses me out. Hideous slots has become the same over the last year as the stakes have gone up. TBF I think he does sometimes state he is playing bonus money etc. The problem with all streamers, is they understandably compress videos to cut out the boring stuff. The danger for the viewer is the subconscious training of our brains, that slot gambling is like that. Whereas in reality it is 95% boring grind and 5% exciting bonus if we are lucky. This video frightened me, even though most of us know about risk/reward and brain plasticity: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p09y3lgl The frightening bit, is most of us are there with the physical reasons we can't easily change our behaviour should we want to. It's fine if when one can keep control, but we are always a short step away from chasing on a bad day.
  4. Tyson to win easily. Wilder reckons it was the heavy outfit he wore in the prelims last time that knackered him. Lame excuse of the year... I watched both previous fights and Tyson robbed by the draw verdict in the 1st and easily won the 2nd. The Radio 5 guy interviewed Tyson and said he looked in really good shape for tonight. Skybet are offering evens on a Tyson win (max stake £10 thou).
  5. I've noticed the Daily Express regularly have doom and gloom heavy snow/freezing weather forecasts in the winter. It's mostly hype.
  6. I've always been very disciplined to give myself some winning sessions. So I stick tot his basic principle £20 in profit of >£50 stop £40 in profit of >£80 stop £60 in profit of >£100 stop £100 in profit >£200 stop This results in me having quite a few profitable days and the occasional big loss day. I estimate I probably get the chance to walk away with a profit four out of five times. Unfortunately the loss day typically wipes out any profit. Whenever I lose it and keep going it ends in tears. The biggest losses I have had are circa £500; nearly always when I end up playing premium play. So I don't do it. My play over 15 years indicates that a no-pay-today session on an fobt is much more likely to turn a loss into a bigger loss than turn things around. It's just not the same "randomness" as a bricks and motor casino.
  7. I've always been very disciplined to give myself some winning sessions. So I stick tot his basic principle £20 in profit of >£50 stop (£1 stake) £40 in profit of >£80 stop (£1 stake) £60 in profit of >£100 stop (£2 stake) £100 in profit >£200 stop (£12stake) Playing my preferred slots, this results in me having quite a few profitable days and the occasional big loss day. I estimate I probably get the chance to walk away with a profit four out of five times. Unfortunately the loss day typically wipes out any profit days. Whenever I lose it and keep going it ends in tears. The biggest losses I have had are circa £500; nearly always when I end up playing premium play. So I don't do it. My play over 15 years indicates that a no-pay-today session on an fobt is much more likely to turn a loss into a bigger loss than turn things around. It's just not the same "randomness" as a bricks and motor casino.
  8. Totally agree. I was having a bad session on a Coral's fobt slot this morning. Paying absolutely FA and after rinsing me of £250 got a couple of bonuses up which of course paid gash (because the "randomness" of the "no pay today" session). I decided to push it a bit on Black Knight & Magpie Mayhem premium play. Got the Black Knight bonus up several times but of course expanding Black Knight MIA and bonuses were shocking £16, £26 & £59. Switched to Magpie Mayhem premium play and barely got in the game more than half a dozen times for circa 80 spins. No bonus despite all those extra symbols. Premium play is shocking and I'm embarrassed I got suckered in again and now just mugged (verb and noun) my October gambling allowance.
  9. Nothing over the weekend or Monday. Got tipped off Tue morning that nearly village Shell garage was open so nipped over and both garages opposite each other were open with queuing for about 30mins.
  10. This has to a fecking staged joke surely? Either that or proof parents mate with vegetables. The BBC news item about a forecourt altercation with the man holding what appears to be the knife behind his back and then kicking a blue Citroen car after being carried on the car bonnet, showed how mentally deficient some human being are.
  11. I'm not really sure how the RTP are calculated on fobt's with bonus games. As the % return often varies depending on stakes i.e. 20p-86%, 50p-88%, £1-90%, £2-91%, I've always assumed the RTP is achieved by how the bonus pays as I believe the bonus is predetermined even on a random slot. The RTP on the base game is truly rotten on many slots to pay for the bonus games. Logic to me is the % paid on different stakes is to ensure the slot takes the same amount of profit in a given time period no matter what the stake. If there is any truth in this, it makes sense to always play at the highest stake for bankroll (mine is typically £100) and accept sometimes play time might be short. The only exception is when all stakes pay the same % such as Burn em Up 7's in Corals (all stakes 95%).
  12. No doubt about it, surely. I actually made a complaint about bonus buy abuse by a casino six months and got this response. The two slot games still available though. Thank you for contacting the Gambling Commission regarding 2 slot games under Casimba. We note from your email that you wish to report this website as you are still able to complete bonus buys. They have found a work around for it. At this time we have passed the details of the web-site to our intelligence team whom look into illegal gambling-related activity. Thank you for bringing this to our attention and we hope this clarifies your query. Yours sincerely Contact Team Adviser GAMBLING COMMISSION Victoria Square House Victoria Square Birmingham B2 4BP
  13. I mostly play, Sun Kissed, Burn Em Up 7's, Black Knight, Magpie Mayhem, always in Corals. Last few months had a pretty good run, four or five profitable sessions (I always stop if I get least £50 ahead) and then a bad loss session (a couple of hundred then I give up). It seems to have always been like this. Something I am noticing since June is I hardly ever get an early big win from playing a cold fobt (by that I mean not immediately jumping on an fobt after someone has lost). All of those slots mentioned above will pay, but on £2 stakes it takes about £100 to get a bonus. I can hardly think of an occasion when I have received a quick bonus. A decent win on one slot almost always results in a money grab on that fobt for many spins afterwards, no matter whether I switch to a different slot or not. There seems to be nothing random about it at all. I watched a player win £500 gold pot on Rainbow Riches today and he carried on playing and got virtually nothing for about 100 spins before he cashed out around £300. Earlier I won £220 on Sun Kissed after putting in the obligatory circa £100 and switched to Black Knight, which took £100 off me paying 2x £1 then gave me a couple of low paying features to get me back to my stake balance. I would be interested to know how other fare in the bookmakers. Especially anybody playing in Betfred, which has some of the crappiest slots which are very hard to walk away with a profit.
  14. Gather her parents are financiers and Emma went Newstead Wood School a selective grammar school. Born in Canada her parents are Chinese and Romanian and Emma holds British and Canadian citizenship a bit like Lennox Lewis. Not exactly the girl next door, but clearly super intelligent and her tennis looks like the real deal, apart from maybe her serving needs to improve a bit. It was so nice to watch a women's final where the participants where not shrieking or grunting on every shot. I remember Federer lost his next tournament (Swiss Open) after winning his first Wimbledon. The real test for Emma will be after returning from the winter break next year.
  15. Congrats StepandStop, completing first year is a fine achievement. I wish I had such willpower as although I enjoy gambling, I do regret wasting money on gambling tbh, when I see how some of my family struggle to make ends meet.
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