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Online Suffolk Slot Players Becoming More Savvy

Online Suffolk Slot Players Becoming More Savvy
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With the cost of living crisis taking its toll, not only on people living in Suffolk but also on the length and breadth of the UK, those who enjoy gambling online are mastering the very fine art of locking in the best value from all of their gaming activities.

However, I should point out that many people do not have any spare cash to gamble with and have had to cut back on their gaming exploits what with the price of everything shooting through the roof, so if you cannot afford to play for example casino games, then don’t.

But for those of you that do have a few Pounds spare, and fancy taking your chances gambling online, allow me to present to you Big Bass Bonanza, the most popular slot in the UK, and enlighten you on how you can lock in the best value when playing slot machines online.

What’s legal?

As all casinos that have been issued with a UK gaming license are now legally required to display the payout percentages of their slot machines on their websites, do spend some time looking up that information, be aware it will be displayed as the RTP of each slot, meaning the Return to Player (payout percentage).

If I told you there were quite a lot of slot machines online which boast payout percentages as high as 99% I am sure you wouldn’t mind playing them, much more so when you are aware that fruit machines you may have played in a local amusement arcade could have been set with payout percentages as low as 72%.

One slot that does come with a set of payouts that high is the Book of 99 slot which has been launched by Relax Gaming, and another of their games worth checking out too is the Marching Legions slot for that slot has an RTP of a similarly high 98.12%.

You are bound to be drawn into playing some new slot machines as you may like the theme or even the bonus games that could be awarded to you, and with that in mind, if you are a fan of horror-themed slots then track down and give the Blood Suckers from NetEnt a try for its certified payout percentage is a huge 98.00%.

With some very low staking options and a great playing format the Jokerizer slot does earn its position on this list of the higher paying games, that game takes pride of place in many a casinos game suite and has been launched by Yggdrasil Gaming, and as for its RTP that is a certified 98%.

Gaming Supply

Red Tiger Gaming supply many a UK Gambling Commission licensed casino site with their range of slots, and two of their games that you should always consider making a beeline to play are the Zeus Lightning: Power Reels and Blood Suckers Megaways slots which have RTP’s of 97.73% and 97.66% respectively.

The Festive season has now been and gone, but you will find loads of higher paying slots that come with a theme based around that time of year, and the Big Bad Wolf Christmas Special from Quickspin is worth checking out thanks to its 97.34% RTP.

Some slot machines offer players tens or even hundreds of thousands of ways to win on each spin they play off thanks to their unique playing structures, and therefore if those types of games excite you one worth looking at and even playing is the White Rabbit Megaways from Big Time Gaming which has a payout percentage of between 97.24% and 97.77%.

I would also suggest you keep a sane and level head when gambling online, for even if you do choose to play the higher-paying slot machines, there are never any guarantees that you will win, as each game is completely random.

Set yourself an affordable loss limit and also have in place a maximum deposit limit at any online casinos you choose to play at, as that way you will never be tempted or allowed to continue depositing and possibly losing your money when the slot reels are not spinning your way, that is the best tip I can pass onto you.

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