30th of June 2013 Author: Glo Wood
There is some major controversy among players over slots played in fun mode versus slots played for real. I have heard that slots in fun mode and slots in real mode have the same odds, or least they are supposed to. The entire concept revolves around the Random Number Generator (RNG) and regular audits. Is there truth in this or are there differences when you play a bingo slot for fun or for real?
Any time a new slot game hits the market, I am one of the first to try it out. My way of testing out a new slot is to play it for free first. Most recently I went to Butlers Bingo to check out Microgaming's Dr. Watts Up.
It's one of those 243 ways to win slots. The bonus feature is triggered whenever lab rats appear on reels 1, 2 and 3. The Laboratory Bonus launches in a second screen where players are prompted to choose 2 chemical tubes from a selection of 12. You can change your selection as many as two times. Bonus wins are multiplied by the player's total bet. There is also a free spins bonus and the Lab Bonus can also be triggered during the free spins feature.
I was playing in fun mode and didn't get a single bonus. There were few wilds so should I expect the same during real mode? If I were winning like crazy with bonus after bonus and wilds filling the reels I would not expect the same in real mode. Should I?
Was this run of bad luck completely random? If that were the case then there is some truth in there being no difference between fun
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