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Wizard
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MrCasinoGames
October 1st, 2020 at 9:43:28 PM permalink
Crazy Time is a Big Six variation by Evolution Gaming. I have spent over a week trying to get data to analyze this game, analyze it, and then write about it. Any game called "Crazy Time" is probably going to be a headache to figure out.

Please have a look at my new page on Crazy Time. This is really not that complicated of a game, but it's difficult to explain in writing. You may find it easier to watch a live stream of it. You can also go directly to my video below, where I endeavor to narrate it.



As always, I welcome all comments.

The question for the poll is would you play Crazy Time?
It's not whether you win or lose; it's whether or not you had a good bet.
100xOdds
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October 2nd, 2020 at 5:45:39 PM permalink
wiz,

in your facebook post, you said:
'This is most difficult new game I have analyzed in a long time, I'm sure at least a year.'

might want to edit that since in the OP of this thread, you said a week.

as for the game itself:
- 96.08% return and and so much variance.
- even if you pick the right slot, you might not even get a multiplier. :(
so it would be a hard no for me.

but it does seem entertaining when you hit one of special slots.
Craps is paradise (Pair of dice). Lets hear it for the SpeedCount Mathletes :)
Wizard
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October 2nd, 2020 at 5:48:50 PM permalink
Quote: 100xOdds

wiz,

in your facebook post, you said:
'This is most difficult new game I have analyzed in a long time, I'm sure at least a year.



I meant it has been at least a year since I analyzed such a difficult game, not that it took me a year to analyze. However, I should probably make that more clear.
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d3vice
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onenickelmiracle
May 10th, 2021 at 7:38:59 PM permalink
This game has caught tons of steam lately because of and Youtube influencers playing in on (assumed) promo money from Crypto sites. Most streamers and influencers just bet spread the 4 bonuses because it is the best content but obviously that leaves you the widest open to variance. I personally spread my bets out for fair board coverage with good upside. I do 1 unit bets on CrazyTime, CashHunt and Pachinko, 5 Units on 2x and 2 Units on 5x.

Some math and some "feel" involved in this betting strategy, first off I think the CoinFlip bonus is terrible so this is something I shy away from. It typically has really bad spreads between the two sides, doesn't take as long as the other bonuses and the upside is CAPPED at 100x unlike the other games.

I have coverage on the 2x and 5x because along with the 3 bonuses and it gives me around 46% wheel coverage which I feel way more comfortable in than "just" the 4 bonuses which is far far less. Getting a small streak of 2x's and 5'xs keeps you playing until you can hit a big topslot on either or a big bonus.

Reason I don't play the 10x is because it on average is only a small amount better than actually playing CoinFlip and it eats into any profit you'd make on your bonuses and 2x's and 5x's. I have considered betting half a unit on 10x just to maybe "cash-in" on a high 25x/50x topslot hitting, and while this would lower your variance I believe it would deminish and profitable run's you'd have on just 2x's 5'x and bonuses.


So in a nutshell this is how I bet:

1 Unit = Crazy TIme
1 Unit = Pachinko
1 Unit = Cash Hunt
2 Units = 5x
5 Units = 2x

Before anyone goes off and says "Damn, thats too much money at once into the game". Note the smallest you can wager is 10cents per bet. So with a 10cent unit baseline bet you are betting $1 a spin. Not bad if you want to fire in $100 and spin for an afternoon. Like I said earlier i've considered doing half units on 10x for greater coverage but there is no 5cent bet so that would require doubling your bet essentially and putting 10cents on 10x which would increase your bet to $2.10

I haven't really factored in exactly on average how long it takes per bet to completed spin, it would be nice to figure out spins per hour vs house edge and calculate our risk of ruin to figure out how much bankroll you'd need to play for a set # of time. (i.e I'd like to kill 5hours of time, is $100 enough at $1 bets?).

I like to thank Wizard greatly for putting these numbers and information together, been a huge fan of the site for many years and I am glad I can do my small contribution of this one specific game on his forums. Now the "real" question is what is the best site that has this game with the best rakeback/bonus/reload
dory364
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August 19th, 2021 at 5:38:06 PM permalink
Someone told me that I should play this so I observed my friend play it briefly. Later on in the day I decided to use 10 bucks I had lying around on a site to test it out myself. Before I got to betting though I witnessed the wheel stop on coin flip and the multiplers were chosen as 3x and 20x. At this point I stopped paying much attention to it, so it was either 1 of 2 things that happened.

1. The host couldn't find the coin to flip but the machine said the result was 3x and resolved all the bets.
2. Before the host flipped the coin the machine said the result was 3x and resolved all the bets before the coin flip occurred.

The host was then seen talking to someone off screen but nothing seemed to be happening. The host said I hope this gets fixed for the players but nothing else happened. I left shortly after. I'd be cautious playing as it would seem that the coin flip game is predetermined despite the machine flipping a physical coin. The physical wheel that the hosts spin might be for show as well but I haven't seen anything that would make me inclined to think that.
dory364
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August 19th, 2021 at 5:44:13 PM permalink
Quote: d3vice

This game has caught tons of steam lately because of and Youtube influencers playing in on (assumed) promo money from Crypto sites. Most streamers and influencers just bet spread the 4 bonuses because it is the best content but obviously that leaves you the widest open to variance. I personally spread my bets out for fair board coverage with good upside. I do 1 unit bets on CrazyTime, CashHunt and Pachinko, 5 Units on 2x and 2 Units on 5x.

Some math and some "feel" involved in this betting strategy, first off I think the CoinFlip bonus is terrible so this is something I shy away from. It typically has really bad spreads between the two sides, doesn't take as long as the other bonuses and the upside is CAPPED at 100x unlike the other games.

I have coverage on the 2x and 5x because along with the 3 bonuses and it gives me around 46% wheel coverage which I feel way more comfortable in than "just" the 4 bonuses which is far far less. Getting a small streak of 2x's and 5'xs keeps you playing until you can hit a big topslot on either or a big bonus.

Reason I don't play the 10x is because it on average is only a small amount better than actually playing CoinFlip and it eats into any profit you'd make on your bonuses and 2x's and 5x's. I have considered betting half a unit on 10x just to maybe "cash-in" on a high 25x/50x topslot hitting, and while this would lower your variance I believe it would deminish and profitable run's you'd have on just 2x's 5'x and bonuses.


So in a nutshell this is how I bet:

1 Unit = Crazy TIme
1 Unit = Pachinko
1 Unit = Cash Hunt
2 Units = 5x
5 Units = 2x

Before anyone goes off and says "Damn, thats too much money at once into the game". Note the smallest you can wager is 10cents per bet. So with a 10cent unit baseline bet you are betting $1 a spin. Not bad if you want to fire in $100 and spin for an afternoon. Like I said earlier i've considered doing half units on 10x for greater coverage but there is no 5cent bet so that would require doubling your bet essentially and putting 10cents on 10x which would increase your bet to $2.10

I haven't really factored in exactly on average how long it takes per bet to completed spin, it would be nice to figure out spins per hour vs house edge and calculate our risk of ruin to figure out how much bankroll you'd need to play for a set # of time. (i.e I'd like to kill 5hours of time, is $100 enough at $1 bets?).

I like to thank Wizard greatly for putting these numbers and information together, been a huge fan of the site for many years and I am glad I can do my small contribution of this one specific game on his forums. Now the "real" question is what is the best site that has this game with the best rakeback/bonus/reload



The site I use gives 45% rakeback on their games including the 0.5%-1% HE games. This assumes you climb the ladder in their VIP system and deposit during their deposit bonuses. (the deposit bonus just acts as extra rakeback it does not give you any immediate bonus on your deposit and your deposit is always fully withdrawable so it's why I call it rakeback) In addition they seem to give some extra crypto here and there but I haven't been able to quantify a percentage of play or losses that this amounts to yet. There's also a system that gives you free crypto daily but I don't have a number for it. Between the random bonuses and the free daily crypto it might act as 25% additional rakeback after you collect it all. If you have another place you play at that beats this or has a strong lossback program I'd be interested to hear about it.

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