iPub - Robin Hood
#41
(08-06-2019, 12:20 PM)Voracious ant Wrote: Now im no maths expert but if u put in 270 and got 135 back that would be 50% payout, you said u put in 270 and got back 200 which - and im not sitting here with calculator, is about 70%, maybe 71% so thats your payout, you certainly didnt give away 78% of your stake and only retained 22%. In fact the machine paid out just a little under average.

78% of £270 is £210.
So I was pretty lucky to get £200 back!!!
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#42
Yes but you claim ....."great idea if you want to give away 78% of your money away". But you didnt. Giving away 78% of your 270 in is a return of about 60 quid- saying u put in 270 and only walked away with 60 quid. But you say you got 200 quid back of your 270 in, which and ive now calculated it is a return of 74% - which is probably the % of the machine. Youve basically said youve played a 74% machine and its played to its %. If the machine is 72% or less you've had a result, if its 78% then you'd be a tenner short.
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#43
(08-06-2019, 04:19 PM)Voracious ant Wrote: Yes but you claim ....."great idea if you want to give away 78% of your money away". But you didnt. Giving away 78% of your 270 in is a return of about 60 quid- saying u put in 270 and only walked away with 60 quid. But you say you got 200 quid back of your 270 in, which and ive now calculated it is a return of 74% - which is probably the % of the machine. Youve basically said youve played a 74% machine and its played to its %. If the machine is 72% or less you've had a result, if its 78% then you'd be a tenner short.

I stand corrected. I should have said “it’s a great idea if you want do give away 22% of your money.”
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#44
Weird games those Daddies.. weird name for a start, but I digress.. I’ve had the 100 from the bust with restart chance which has restarted and give 15. Then put all that back through and another 100 for go all the way which went for £200. Then completely stone dead
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#45
Well like most of them the names of games were taken from phrases in the game. If i remember the offer of 26k was known as The Daddy, also called The Guv'nor, old faithful as probably others as well so from that its not too weird, though taking it out of context i can see it.
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#46
Just don’t remember the daddy ever been used.. just the governor..
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#47
(08-07-2019, 11:30 PM)Moff Wrote: Just don’t remember the daddy ever been used.. just the governor..

Same here
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