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I love to play slots that have multipliers. My favorites are Double Diamond, Triple Diamond and 5 Times the pay. There is one thing that does get me though when i play multiplier games. The value of the win goes way down when a multiplier is not present.
For example if i was to get triple bars on a machine that had no gimmicks of multipliers i would get paid a lot more. So in essence are we really getting double, triple or even 5x's the pay for a winning reel?
Almost every slot is mathematically different in some way. So this is a bit of a generalisation but if a machine offers a huge multiplier then there is a good chance that the wins in non-multiplier mode are going to be smaller to compensate.
The multiplier games can be more exciting because when you hit big, you really hit big.
Remember from the casino's point of view its always all about balancing the payouts so that they take in more money than they pay out across all players.
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Basically those type of machines are for landing the bigggggg kahuna!! 5 x's 5x's red 7!!
25x's now that's what i'm talking about!
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