Pat1991 wrote on November 13th, 2023 at 4:35 pm: *Brooding*
Why does the ladder sometimes jump up on the third attempt? I know, I'm probably brooding here and in the end at most a small team of programmers knows the code or the decision making behind it. Nevertheless, I can still imagine that the Risk features are ultimately like a digital cube (only with significantly more than 6 sides).
And that the dice won't roll 50/50, but will roll the "right" number for me in a maximum of 30-40% of cases
Well. The end result remains the same: The bank / Spielo almost always wins
Entertainment (to give the ultimate kick to the player), mind games, what do I know There's a lot more psychology behind slots than you might think.
I once saw a documentary that explained how the machines are made. The software installation process is even regulated in such a way that two employees have to give their approval at the same time. This is done to prevent piracy and a leak of the algorithms. I can well imagine that only very few employees (4-5 people) can grant approval. But you don't need to know the algorithms to know how a vending machine works. As I said, it's all electronics and IT and there are always a lot of calculations behind it. The machine does not decide on a whim whether to push the ladder up to 140 or 300, but a program does. If the program has calculated that a payout must now be made, then the machine will pay out.
I honestly don't know how this works with Bingo Whale, but it certainly won't happen by chance. In real bingo, you would have to pay more with every bonus number you buy (i.e. 1st bonus number €1, 2nd bonus number €1.50, etc.). This is logical, as it increases your chances of winning because the number pool is constantly decreasing with each draw.
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