Play casino game apps in NZ that give you greater returns!
This rule is so essential, simple and straightforward and yet so many people do the opposite. So let me repeat: play casino game apps that give you greater returns. But how will you know which ones do? This is a little tricky…
Playing only in free casino apps you make sure your chances are a lot better, but this is only a part of the story.
The fact is that within the same casino apps, the software in different pokies machines is configured to give different average returns. In pubs this percentage can be pathetic 87% and in online casinos it can go up to 98% or even 99% in extreme cases, when casinos run promotions or fight to attract new players.
Different games within the same casino give you different returns, so how can you tell whether the game you’re playing gives you 92%, 95% or 99%?
You could ask the best casino app – but I bet they won’t tell you. If they told you which games give you the greatest returns, who would play the games with lower returns? There is one thing you can rely on: periodic promotions. If a casino decides to up the returns in order to get more players, they will make this fact known because it is such a strong marketing point with the power to migrate the players from the competitors’ casinos into their playing rooms. Big casinos cannot risk to lose their reputation by false advertising, so you can be sure that the figures they give you are true. One important point: such promotions never last for long, so be ready to take advantage of the opportunity while it is still there.
OK, but this still does not tell you which games within the same casino give you more.
Here is a technique I’ve been using: I like to test 10 pokies games one after another by playing a number of times on each of them and betting the smallest possible amounts. I really love this part because it gives me heaps of entertainment while it points out the games that give better returns than the others. You win on some games and lose on some games.
Next, you stop playing all the games that haven’t won the money for, and continue playing the winners only.
Finally, I select only one top game that gives the most, double the bet size, and only play this game. Sometimes I play the top two games (or even three) rather than just the top one, but only if the results are good.
This is a simple strategy, but psychologically hard for most people to stay with. Why? Because all the people, including you and me, develop the sense of justice, and this strategy runs contrary to it. People think that if a game has been losing them money all night it is due for a win – so they stick with a game that so obviously gives lousy returns. At the same time, they walk away from a game that has just paid off because “it will now not be due to pay again in a while”. Wrong! This means maximizing your losses and minimizing your gains. And 95% of people who play pokies do it!
- If a game gives low returns chances are it will continue to give low returns.
- If a game gives higher returns than other games, chances are it will continue to give higher returns. Why? Because it is programmed to give more.