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Just playing this in the emulator - amusing sounds

Forcused for a flat, then next feature gives crown jewels in the deal game - is that standard for this machine?
Standard play yeah, Sometimes it would give a flat and then fuck all from the game but the majority of the time it would give CJ. Sometimes be shady with a £50 too.
(02-06-2018, 04:41 PM)Boulderdash Wrote: [ -> ]Just playing this in the emulator - amusing sounds

Forcused for a flat, then next feature gives crown jewels in the deal game - is that standard for this machine?

Not standard but can do b2b
Wasn’t standard whatsoever, it could do it but you certainly wouldn’t bank on it!

If that were the case that is usually did it you’d literally never lose forcing them!
It did it more than not so I'd class that as standard. Of course you could still lose as they'd take £200 to give in sometimes.

Then QIA came out and that 1 was far more volatile on the after game but CJ & BJ it was more just about how much it cost to go in, not wether it would be flat or not.
BJ, CJ and SFTS it was simply a matter of reforcing if it only did 70 rather than 140. I had a unit that usually did 140 anyway but on one occasion it only did 70 and I was over 100 in - so reforced and it cost less than 30 to go again and did the 140 - so what started out as a loss turned into a profit very quickly.

Sadly QIA and particularly the newer breed don't work anything like as reliably.
I found it to be pretty standard too.

Quids was the meanest one but was still pretty reliable.
It's a funny old game. Loves to pay crown jewels in the deal game two or three features after a flat megastreak.

The sounds are hilarious too, ripping 'I like to move it move it' in pieces for the megastreak music especially
Bank job and Crown Jewels were great games back in the day. For some reason though I never got on with quids. Found that if you got a flat jackpot was in your box 70% of the time after, if not they were usually fair on the re force
They were far from the best games at the time but I'd take these over other stuff these days lol
I'd almost take a noose over other stuff these days!

Tbf those fruits were no better than Bent.coms are now, or at least not that much better, but the number of people taking them has grown exponentially.

Don't think dickheads like Timmy and Hypalinx haven't had a big impact either.
And no I don't mean Bullseye and Screenplay! rofl
Anyone can force a machine, hypalinx does it all the time, there is no science to it. It’s not like he’s posting empties or rips. He’s paying his money so he does as he pleases. The amount of times he’s thought he’s on a flash board and it kills him creases me up though.

No one has the right to earn a living from machines at the end of the day, it’s not like he pays for top boy info then throws it out on the net for all.
I hated QIA!
I never got on with QIA either
The one betcoms weren't always shit, cash exploder jj and a few others were excellent games when they first came out. Obviously now the programming has been tweaked as they know every man and his nan are forcing out the machines
Just saw someone lose about a score on a Twist, so, against my better judgement decided to force. £11 for first board and the meter goes up to £54, 99% knew it wasn't the board coz I had extra life and all the streaks bar mega early doors etc. Did pause for at least 30 seconds wondering whether to run with it but I guess greed kicked in?!

£125 for a sanke!

Wrap! £12 on top for a sanke!

Big battle after, playing 6 or 7 deals to eventually have to take £35.

Net result was about an hours play and a £65 loss!



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Dem fkn sankez!
I HATE sanke falts.
(02-09-2018, 11:07 PM)Toastie Wrote: [ -> ]Just saw someone lose about a score on a Twist, so, against my better judgement decided to force. £11 for first board and the meter goes up to £54, 99% knew it wasn't the board coz I had extra life and all the streaks bar mega early doors etc. Did pause for at least 30 seconds wondering whether to run with it but I guess greed kicked in?!

£125 for a sanke!

Wrap! £12 on top for a sanke!

Big battle after, playing 6 or 7 deals to eventually have to take £35.

Net result was about an hours play and a £65 loss!



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I collected something like £54 for a £30odd raise from a twist last year. Still can't shake the feeling it was close to going in for a really decent profit but I've heard this story so many times...
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