DapperDanMan
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November 26th, 2018 at 2:34:12 PM permalink
It's known that various casinos are hihger RTP than others, but slots that are by all looks identical, like "The Simpsons", are they the same RTP regardless of casino?
DRich
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November 26th, 2018 at 2:35:42 PM permalink
Quote: DapperDanMan

It's known that various casinos are hihger RTP than others, but slots that are by all looks identical, like "The Simpsons", are they the same RTP regardless of casino?



No, just about every game manufacturer offers multiple RTP's for each theme that the casino can choose.
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November 26th, 2018 at 3:29:48 PM permalink
Quote: DapperDanMan

It's known that various casinos are hihger RTP than others, but slots that are by all looks identical, like "The Simpsons", are they the same RTP regardless of casino?



Quote: Wizard

I have several slot deconstructions, where are like par sheets in plain English over at WoO. The Lucky Larry's Lobstermania is based off of the Journal of Gambling Issues one linked in the post above.



This is a quote from the wizard, from https://wizardofvegas.com/forum/gambling/slots/31818-looking-to-buy-par-sheet-information/

In the last link he posted, it links to a paper, which is about problematic gambling, and clearly states, that multiple machines can be different odds in the same casino

edit sorry the quote from the wizard is just the first step, but this link

https://www.nh.gov/gsc/calendar/documents/20091117_harrigan_dixon.pdf

is the paper im speaking about

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