RTG Casinos – A Class Of Their Own!

Posted on September 22, 2017 in Uncategorized

RTG Casinos are renowned for the superior quality of software that is used in the wide range of games that they offer the casinos worldwide. RTG is an acronym for Real Time Gaming. Card games like Blackjack, Poker, and Video Poker, table games like American and English Roulettes, and multi-pay line slot games are provided with this innovative and advanced technology.

Why Visit RTG Casinos?

* You experience the same exhilaration playing online casino games in RTG casinos as you would have had visiting a real casino. This is because of their outstanding 3D graphics and mind-blowing sound systems. The cutting-edge, state-of-the-art technology used in RTG casino games has contributed to enhance their performance. The vicarious thrill you feel playing these well-simulated online gambling games is powerful enough to help you lose yourself in the virtual world.
* Depositing and withdrawing money is very user-friendly. Players from all parts of the world find pay-ins to and payouts from RTG casinos an effortless experience.
* The main issue in playing any online casino game is when you need to troubleshoot. These casinos offer excellent and dedicated service when you face trouble collecting or depositing money or with any other aspect of gaming.
* Perhaps the most alluring thing about these casinos is their bonus payouts. Their promotions are so incredibly lucrative that even new players get hooked by them. There are welcome bonuses and special bonuses that can amount to many thousands of dollars!
* Casinos may offer downloadable and non-downloadable Flash games.
* You can play with real cash or simply for entertainment. This gives risk-averse players a chance to play without losing their hard-earned money. Once they are more comfortable with the games, they are free to choose to play for real.

Who Uses RTG Technology?

Some of the operators who use RTG technology software are Aladdin’s Gold, Club World, Bodog Casino, Las Vegas USA, and Roxy Palace, among many others. These are all famous casinos that are sought after by players across the globe.

Special Features of RTG Casinos:

* Random Jackpot: Here even if you don’t actually win the jackpot through successful spins, you may end up winning some money. You may be selected randomly. These small surprises enhance the excitement and interest of even new players to jump on the RTG bandwagon.
* No Deposit or Free bonus: What if you could gamble without risking any of your stakes? These casinos make it hard even for the new players to resist trying their luck as they are given some free bonus coupons to start them off. You may cash in your winnings from these free coupons. After that the spirit of gambling tends to take over anyway!

Apart from all these, there are more than 50 stimulating slot games you can try your hand at. The element of surprise in bonus distribution by these casinos keeps players coming back for more. Clearly, RTG casinos know how to keep customers entertained and engrossed.

Feelings in the Case of Loss at Online Casinos and Bingo Online

Posted on September 20, 2017 in Uncategorized

Any player, who is familiar with online casinos and online bingo and plays there at least a couple times a month, felt a triumph of victory and the bitterness of defeat. All players of online casinos once are the winners, and once lose – it’s natural. What do they feel after losing in bingo or other games in virtual casino? Perhaps it is not exaggeration to say that the vast majority of players feel that they were cheated. Of course, it is appeared that not people are cheated and their expectations are cheated about the easy and big wins at online casinos. However, it turns out that sometimes we lose our confidence in the integrity of the casino.

That is what comes to mind of 90% of players who just lost to the nines in a game in online casinos. To be honest, not seeing before you the dealer with real cards, not sitting at a roulette table, our mind automatically begins to perceive what is happening as a farce, which only partly resembles the real game. One gets the impression that the online casino it is a continuous cheating, with its virtual winnings, a virtual dealer, but very real loss. But what picture we see in a simple land-based casinos, where we have the opportunity to watch and for the dealer and the cards in his hands or ball, which cheerfully jumps on a roulette wheel? After all, here you are not insured against loss. As an example we can take any popular traditional casino. Here you go into a gambling house and see that all the gaming tables are occupied. You have to wait for a free place at the table.

Then you can expect another surprise. Suppose the minimum bet in this casino is $ 10. Here you start the game and over and over again you lose – sometimes it happens because of bad luck. The question arises: what minds would you have, if such a losing series has fallen to you in an online casino? Of course, any player would immediately begin to doubt the integrity of electronic casino. But with the game in the usual gambling house with real cards and real dealer no one can think about cheating, even though the probability of such losing series is close to zero. However, the paradox is obvious. In real casino players can easily accept losing series as granted, but the same series would be perceived as cheating if the game will take place in an online casino. So for every person playing online bingo it is very important to understand this fact and to try not to think anything bad about such gaming establishments.

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Online Casinos: Mathematics of Bonuses

Posted on September 19, 2017 in Uncategorized

Online casino players know that the latter ones offer various bonuses. “Free-load” looks attractive, however, are they really useful these bonuses? Are they profitable for gamblers? The answer to this question depends on a lot of conditions. Mathematics will help us answer this question.

Let’s begin with an ordinary bonus on deposit: you transfer $100 and obtain $100 more, which it will be possible to get having staked $3000. It is a typical example of bonus on the first deposit. The sizes of a deposit and bonus can be different, as well as the required stake rates, but one thing remains unchangeable – the amount of the bonus is accessible for withdrawal after the required wager. Till this moment it is impossible to withdraw money, as a rule.

If you are going to play in the online casino for a long time and rather insistently, this bonus will help you, it can really be considered free money. If you play slots with 95% pay-outs, a bonus will allow you to make on average extra 2000 $ of stakes ($100/(1-0,95)=$2000), after that the amount of bonus will be over. But there can be complications, for example, if you simply want to have a look at a casino, without playing for a long time, if you prefer roulette or other games, forbidden by casinos’ rules for winning back bonuses. In the majority of casinos you won’t be allowed to withdraw money or will simply return a deposit, if a wager is not made on the games allowed in the casino. If you are keen on roulette or blackjack, and a bonus can be won back only by playing slots, make the required $3000 of stakes, in the course of 95% of pay-outs you will lose on average $3000*(1-0,95)=$150. As you see, you not only lose the bonus but also take out of your pocket $50, in this case it is better to refuse the bonus. Anyway, if blackjack and poker are allowed for winning back the bonus with a casino’s profit only about 0,5%, so it can be expected that after winning back the bonus you will have $100-3000*0,005=$85 of the casino’s money.
“sticky” or “phantom” bonuses:

More and more popularity in casinos is gained by “sticky” or “phantom” bonuses – the equivalent of lucky chips in real casinos. The amount of bonus is impossible to withdraw, it must remain on the account (as if it “has stuck” to it), until it is completely lost, or annulled on the first withdrawal of cash means (disappears like a phantom). At first sight it may seem that there is little sense in such a bonus – you won’t get money anyway, but it’s not completely true. If you win, then there is really no point in the bonus, but if you have lost, it may be of use to you. Without a bonus you have lost your $100 and that’s it, bye-bye. But with a bonus, even if it is a “sticky” one, $100 are still on your account, which can help you worm out of the situation. A possibility to win back the bonus in this case is a bit less than 50% (for that you only need to stake the entire amount on the chances in roulette). In order to maximize profits from “sticky” bonuses one needs to use the strategy “play-an-all-or-nothing game”. Really, if you play little stakes, you will slowly and surely lose because of the negative math expectancy in games, and the bonus will only prolong agony, and won’t help you win. Clever gamblers usually try to realize their bonuses quickly – somebody stakes the entire amount on chances, in the hope to double it (just imagine, you stake all $200 on chances, with a probability of 49% you’ll win neat $200, with a probability of 51% you’ll lose your $100 and $100 of the bonus, that is to say, a stake has positive math expectancy for you $200*0,49-$100*0,51=$47), some people use progressive strategies of Martingale type. It is recommended to fix the desired amount of your gain, for example $200, and try to win it, taking risks. If you have contributed a deposit in the amount of $100, obtained “sticky” $150 and plan to enlarge the sum on your account up to $500 (that is to win $250), then a probability to achieve your aim is (100+150)/500=50%, at this the desired real value of the bonus for you is (100+150)/500*(500-150)-100=$75 (you can substitute it for your own figures, but, please, take into account that the formulas are given for games with zero math expectancy, in real games the results will be lower).

The cash back bonus:

There is a seldom encountered variant of a bonus, namely return of losing. There can be singled out two variants – the complete return of the lost deposit, at this the returned money usually is to be won back like with an ordinary bonus, or a partial return (10-25%) of the losing over the fixed period (a week, a month). In the first case the situation is practically identical to the case with a “sticky” bonus – if we win, there is no point in the bonus, but it helps in case of losing. Math calculations will be also analogous to the “sticky” bonus and the strategy of the game is similar – we risk, try to win as much as possible. If we are not lucky and we have lost, we can play with the help of the returned money, already minimizing the risk. Partial return of the losing for an active gambler can be regarded as an insignificant advantage of casinos in games. If you play blackjack with math expectancy – 0,5%, then, having made stakes on $10 000, you will lose on average $50. With 20% of return $10 will be given back to you, that is you losing will amount to $40, which is equivalent to the increase in math expectancy up to 0,4% (ME with return=theoretical ME of the game * (1-% of return). However, from the given bonus can also be derived benefit, for that you need to play less. We make only one but a high stake, for example $100, on the same stakes in roulette. In 49% of cases again we win $100, and 51% – we lose $100, but at the end of the month we get back our 20% that is $20. As a result the effect is $100*0,49-($100-$20)*0,51=$8,2. As you see, the stake then has positive math expectancy, but dispersion is big for we’ll be able to play this way rather seldom – once a week or even once a month.

I will allow myself a short remark, slightly digressing from the main subject. On a casino forum one of the gamblers started to claim that tournaments were not fair, arguing it in the following way: “No normal person will ever make a single stake within the last 10 minutes of the tournament, which 3,5-fold surpasses the prize amount ($100), in nomination of a maximal losing, so as to win. What is the point?”

And really does it make sense? The situation is very similar to the variant with return of losing. If a stake has won – we are already in the black. If it has lost – we’ll get a tournament prize of $100. So, the math expectancy of the above-mentioned stake amounting to $350 is: $350*0,49-($350-$100)*0,51=$44. Yes, we may lose $250 today, but shall win $350 tomorrow, and over a year playing every day, we’ll accumulate pretty 365*$44=$16 000. Having solved a simple equation, we’ll find out that stakes up to $1900 are profitable for us! Of course, for such a game we need to have thousands of dollars on our account, but we certainly can’t blame casinos for dishonesty or gamblers for being foolish.

Let’s come back to our bonuses, to the most “free-load” ones- without any deposit. Of late one has been able to notice more and more advertisements promising up to $500 absolutely free of charge, without any deposit. The pattern is the following – you really get $500 on a special account and limited time for play (usually an hour). After an hour you get only the amount of your gain, but still not more than $500. The gain is transferred on a real account where you must win it back, like any bonus, usually having run it 20 times in slots. $500 free -it sounds attractive, but what is the real price of the bonus? Well, the first part – you need to win $500. Using a simplified formula, we can see that probability of winning is 50% (in practice, it is certainly even smaller). The second part – we win the bonus back, you need to stake $10 000 in slots. We don’t know the rates of pay-outs in slots, they are not published by casinos and make up on average about 95% (for various kinds they fluctuate about 90-98%). If we get at an average slot, then till the end of the wager we’ll have $500-10 000*0,05=$0 on our account, not a bad game… If we are lucky to choose a slot with high pay-outs, we can await $500-10 000*0,02=$300. Even though the probability to choose a slot with high pay-outs is 50% (you have listened to the opinions of other gamblers since by random choice this probability will make up hardly more than 10-20%, for there are few generous slots), in this case the value of a generous deposit free bonus amounts to $300*0,5*0,5=$75. Much less than $500, but still not too bad, though we can see that even with the most optimal suppositions the final amount of the bonus has decreased seven-fold.

I hope, this excursion into mathematics domain of bonuses will be of use to gamblers – if you want to win, you simply need to think a little and make calculations.

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