Hi Brenda777:Your strategy sounds very similar to mine.Brenda777 wrote: I love the freerolls, I just bet the max and play as fast as i can. I have won a bunch of 20 cent's and a dollar or two. I won one at doyle's once which was 12.00 but quit playing his since they got so cheap and made their freerolls for 5.00 lol and won 30.00 once on the rushmore one. Not much but like you said its' free.Brenda
I'd give it a try IF I thought it would work!I did manage to win $45 two weekends back. We just need to keep on playin' it, lucky8s. Our day is coming!lucky8s wrote: Mben,Of course this is a JOKE, but I might contact support if I were you and say HEY, HEY, Excussseeeeee Me, I am a Forum Mod too and I have not won in the top 10 in the tournament yet. I am sure they would say oh well sorry lets get your User name and fix that for you today. LOL
Fantastic advice IEatGoanna........Thanks for the post. PamIEatGoanna wrote: Well that's very interesting and thanks for where those Freerolls are.I just want to add something that i guess most of you will know but it may make all the difference to someone who doesn't.When playing a Big freeroll like Rushmore 15,000 in 15mins it' is very important to make sure you can have enough time to use up your entire credits (why give a head start to others). Click spin as fast as possible and I just press spin, close my eyes, spin around counter-clockwise 3 times only wearing socks...It seems to work. I've noticed that sometimes my spins are very slow and at other times a lot faster.After some investigations i've worked out that it's to do with other pages i have open at same time as i'm playing the tornie.For example: if the only thing i have open is the casino site then the spins will be slow but if i open a page like http://www.afl.com.au/Default.aspx I'm unable to say 100% what it is about that particular page (probably the graphics and constantly changing content of the page)But I noticed that i spin a LOT quicker and even have 3-5mins to spare at the end (depending on features and extra rolling for having 2 scatters etc.)Well i hope this is of some assistance to someone.BTW. i use XP pro and Firefox
This is something I have known about regarding RTG casinos. I never play at an RTG without my web browser open in the background. The spins are way to slow without the browser being opened. I have my emails accounts open in most cases. Also, a rep for one of the RTG casinos told me that having a program like Windows Media Player running in the background will turn up the speed on the spins too. He said RTG knows about this and being that this was discussed quite a while ago, a couple of years, you would think that RTG would have come up with a fix by now.IEatGoanna wrote: I've noticed that sometimes my spins are very slow and at other times a lot faster.After some investigations i've worked out that it's to do with other pages i have open at same time as i'm playing the tornie.For example: if the only thing i have open is the casino site then the spins will be slow but if i open a page like http://www.afl.com.au/Default.aspx I'm unable to say 100% what it is about that particular page (probably the graphics and constantly changing content of the page)But I noticed that i spin a LOT quicker and even have 3-5mins to spare at the end (depending on features and extra rolling for having 2 scatters etc.)Well i hope this is of some assistance to someone.BTW. i use XP pro and Firefox
Hustler, your advice is a breath of fresh air. The part in your post about when you literally find yourself afraid to blink or light a cigarette is sooooooo true.Also, using the bathroom is a big NO NO, and must be dealt with before the tourney starts for sure. If not, it could lead to disaster. hahahahahAbout the only tourney I play anymore at RTG is the Rushmore Tourney, and if I do win anything have very little hope of cashing out anymore.RTG Tourneys (free rolls) are just plain hard to get into, and hard to win in my opinion.I'm off to put on fresh socks for the tourney starts in about 12 minutes. hahahahaThanks for the post. PamHustler421 wrote: What is one thing every one really hate about the RTG slot tournaments. For me it's the tight time limits that some of them have. When I'm sittling in front of my computer playing one the tightly timed tournament I feel as though I can't even blink or take my eyes off the screen. I am not a big fan of giving quite that much attention to trying to click on that spin button and trying to time doing other tasks light lighting a ciggarette, or heaven forbib needing to use the bathroom. Playing in some of these tournaments almost makes you consider adult diapers or at the lease makes that empty bottle next to you look like it has a completly purpose in life if you have been drinking a lot of water.The solution to most of the above for me is in the key board placement during the tournaments. Trying to click the spin button or pressing the spacebar.Put the keyboard on the floor and set it up so that you can press the space bar with one of your preferablily clean freshly socked feet. I have my computer in my bed room where it isn't shared with anyone. You may not want to use this method with the family's computer if people are sensitive to it. Now I find it especially combersome if I need to use my hands to spin the wheels diligently through out whole tournament. I try to use this method usually for about 1/2 to 3/4 of the tournament I play now. I hope this suggestion is helpful for all of you RTG Tournament players. Dan
its called go big or go home.ha.its just the luck of the draw.i have been having good lot of luck with a few rtg sites for very lkittle money.i love itSo the RTG slot tournaments have been out for a few weeks now.
I want to know what your strategy is playing them.
I have yet to win even a penny and can't believe the scores that some players get.
What are the tricks? Do you spin at max bet? Start low bump up? Start high and then lower the bets?
Come on guys, spill the beans please. Thanks!