I can say in the first case with the Colossal Wizards slots she won the credits, but they were never transferred to the bank. Suddenly, the machine went black and it said "No signal error". I was there witnessing that one as it happened. She never got the spins never played either of course.Quote: GWAE
Sp just curious. Did he see the screen and it not pay or did it show the credits but then he wasn't awarded them? If he just saw them and they didn't pay then I would find it hard to believe. The casino isn't changing the programming to screw people, and I find it weird that wms would have multiple problems at one casino yet none that we hear of from hundreds of others.
These are vlts right? Maybe something is screwy in their vlt system?
The second case was in the bonus with pretty sure the same problem. The third case with the airplanes in the bonus round, assume the same. Most people wouldn't know how much the win would be calculating themselves, so confident won but not transferred.
Whatever the problem, if anything fails before the bonus ends, they're not getting the wins, because the wins are never made official. That's how these bonuses work, the credits accumulate in the bonus, then are awarded at the end. Confident this is where the problem lies. Credits left in the bank are not a problem. A memory problem, idk. Seems they can't recall the bonuses like other casinos, where they can just jump back where the bonus left off.
Yes they are VLTs. I agree never heard of these things besides reel tilts everyone takes to believe were never really wins. I've seen the door open to the room seeing all the servers, so know they exist. Something is wrong with that system, whatever it is when it seems the benefit of the doubt goes to their favor.
I wouldn't put anything past that casino and think it is run dirty as far as they run progressive machines.
At what casino NATHAN???
It was at Miami Jai Alai Casino.
You would think there would be an accounting long term which would look back after millions of plays to see if the expected has been reached beyond a margin of error, but I don't think there is. As long as they're making money, nobody cares if it is more than expected. Would these blips show up telling the regulators something went wrong? I am not sure if they would since they're still quite rare at most places.