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    It's certainly an odd one and the main reason they pulled the first version. Glad to see they came to their senses.

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    It's certainly an odd one
    Certainly is...for so many reasons. Fester hit on the main one...player skepticism on RNG outcomes. From what you said Bod, it wasn't obvious or made clear that the wheel wasn't real, which would also annoy some players who may have played it under the apprehension that outcomes are gravity, not computer driven.

    I don't know, but also would have thought a real wheel would have been cheaper and easier to use ?? Big wheel, divided into segments with a simple hub?

    And at the end of the day, if you're going to copy a competitor's game, you have to make it better, or at least as good. Not worse.

    Good they've sorted it out, and look forward to playing mark II
    'coz good old fashioned real random beats simulated random any day

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    Dafabet has just launched, Betfair has not. And right now it looks very cool: $0,1-10K on 1, no disconnection after 10 rounds of inactivity... Hope, it remains like that forever. Cause i still remember about Hi-Lo at Betfair. At the beginning: Min limit of $0,1 and Maximum Payout $1000, 30 minutes of inactivity without any disconnections... And a few months later: Min limit $1, 10 game rounds without betting = get out. Like: sorry, but your honeymoon is over.
    Last edited by The Legend; 05-19-2018 at 03:09 PM.

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    so here is the new look, less decidedly dodgy (ie. non RNG controlled) Spin A Win wheel, complete with colourful suit...


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    Available (again) also at Sky Casino.

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    Betfair now "Yes". Few days already. $0.1-5K on 1 yellow, $0.1-1K on 40 red.
    Last edited by The Legend; 06-04-2018 at 07:05 PM.

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    Some Spin-A-Win video action

    'coz good old fashioned real random beats simulated random any day

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    If big wheel games are your thing, but Evo's Crazy Time is a bit too much. Playtech have a summer promotion running on an extra themed Spin A Win game.


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    .... the summer promo also features on a smaller wheel game aka roulette,

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    Summer promotion tables are playable at GVC Holdings casino brands eg. Ladbrokes, Coral, (Bwin?,..)

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    Bwin?
    Can't see it there Fester. In fact can't see any Playtech games at Bwin presently. Perhaps a temporary thing?
    'coz good old fashioned real random beats simulated random any day

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    Can't see it there Fester. In fact can't see any Playtech games at Bwin presently
    Cheers LD, I wasn't convinced the promotion would be anyway.

    I do see Playtech RNG games (slots/Quantum Roulette etc) are still at Bwin for UK players, presumably the same for you also.

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