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16 May 2010 - 8:49pm

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I just played this game at Platinum Play casino for the first time today. I'm curious what you guys pick during the bonus round. 10 free spins with 5x multiplier, 25 free spins with 2x multiplier or 50 free spins with 1x multiplier. I picked 50 free spins with 1x and did not win a whole lot.

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17 May 2010 - 2:26am
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To be honest I have never played the Pure Platinum slot before.

But taking a look at the pay table it looks to be medium variance as the 5 symbol payouts are significantly larger than the 3 and 4 symbol ones, similar to a game like Avalon but not as extreme as Isis for example. I'd probably go for the 10 spins at 5x .. it is gambling after all and if you hit something big you are going to collect a very large cashout.

How often did you hit the bonus round? Sounds like you only got it once.

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18 May 2010 - 4:25am
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I have not been able to play there because it's microgaming and they don't allow US players Angry !! I have heard a lot of good things about this casino though

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18 May 2010 - 4:48am
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I played this game yesterday. I chose 25 free spins with 2x multiplier , 50 free spins with 1x multiplier, and then 10 free spins with 5x multiplier. won $43, $84 and $184 accordingly with same amount of bet $1.20.

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18 May 2010 - 5:28am
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Interesting .. did you finish in front?

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19 May 2010 - 12:50pm
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Usne ... could be some promising news for you and Microgaming. A lot of the Microgaming casinos are moving their existing U.S. players that signed up before they stopped accepting new ones to a new software with mostly the same games over the next few months. See articles here:
Good news for U.S. based Microgaming fans?
Software provider Betware identified as Microgaming sub-licencee

No confirmation on whether they will accept new players from the USA yet, but the word we have received from "our mole" is that some of them will do soon. So keep your fingers crossed.

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19 May 2010 - 3:25pm
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I am wondering, does the same rule apply about being and existing member before the ban? I read the article and Casino Share seems to be the first on to launch, but i have never played there.

The few microgaming casinos i belonged to i was never able to get back in after the ban. Never really understood why, then again i never protested either or wrote support. I know its a matter of time the US will lift this ban. With the National debt we are in now it certainly could alleviate a lot of money woes. Especially for health care.....oh thats a whole nother topic.......and off topic!!

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19 May 2010 - 11:49pm
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You should be able to play at almost any Microgaming that you had an account at before the ban. Try contacting support if you know this to be the case.

Most of them will be moving to this new software in the next few weeks because Microgaming will stop allowing U.S. players to play on the old software after June 1.

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