Digital cat Cs - better or worse
#1
I've never had a decent result from the latest batch of digital Betclones. Do they have totally different code, or is their reluctance to cwedit bweak a factor of them not being played?

Are there any digitals people prefer? The only time I did well on one was an old DOND juice cabinet which gave GATW for £210 with about £3 in.
Ed
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#2
A casual walks upto digi, first he has to choose your specific game, odds well against in itself. Him and the next ten alike may not play it.
If a random does choose it, Then he likely plays one or 3 boards and collects or leaves, maybe evens or up or down a fair few quid. Maybe smashes 15 quid profit.
14 other casuals play different games with a similar style.
8 days later, another casual manages to pick your game. Puts in 20 for 5 back.
Few days later, Some guy takes it full on for the crack. Loses 35quid.. luckily not 85.
You come on it out of boredom a few days later, put in 170 for either 150 or 100.
Needs 5 months to recover before you can even consider that punt again.
If one person gets ms during that 5 months, while probably losing anyway, You fooked.
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#3
Too many games. On all variants. Last count on an ipub was 40 odd games!
PLUS EEVEE!!!!!
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#4
Individual payouts was a selling point, if they could get rid it would be a sharkers dream. Watch a guy do his balls on X, choose the best game to yank out the value.
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#5
Reduce it to three games maximum, then they might build up some value.
Ed
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#6
They don't need to do that because the industry just want pubs full of random games...
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#7
they deliver games that make money for the ops
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