Slots with RTP > 97%
The higher the Return to Player (RTP), the more you benefit.
Take an RTP of 96%. In that case, you can expect to lose $€4 for every $€100 you spin. But would the RTP be 97%, your expected loss would “only” be $€3.
Is the 1% difference so relevant? More than you think. If, for example, your starting balance is €100, the difference is $€1. But remember that you also wager your winnings. Before you realize, your total staked amount will easily top $€500. In that case:
- If the RTP is 96%, your expected loss amounts to: $€500 x 4% = € 20
- If the RTP is 97%, your expected loss is: $€500 x 3% = € 15
Differences grow and grow and even more so once you start to wager higher amounts.
We looked at the RTP’s of all slots of the most important providers, such as Netent, Pragmatic Play, Play’n GO and another 12 slots providers. Differences are massive!
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Jack Hammer 2 is Netent’s sequel of the very popular Jack Hammer vs. Evil Dr. Wuten This is the second instalment of this enthralling video slot game that takes place in the gritty world of Jack Hammer, crime-fighting Private Investigator extraordinaire. In this instalment, he has a new target, the claw-handed Don Crabby who is […]read more
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Iron Bank: Relax Gaming does it again! Fantastic adrenaline-boosting free spins When you open the game, you feel like you’re in the centre of Cuba’s capital (Havana), but it might also be the Dominican Republic, Honduras or Nicaragua. These are the world’s largest cigar-manufacturing countries, where you enjoy some liquor now and then and where […]read more
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Big Bad Wolf Christmas Special from Quickspin – catchy gameplay and an excellent RTP When it’s Xmas time, it’s time for the countless Xmas slots. These slots never become blockbuster slots, though. After all, a slot with a Xmas theme is played in December only, and to make significant investments for such a slot (that […]read more
Money Train 2 (Relax Gaming) – Money Train was already insanely good. This one is even better and more brutal! If you haven’t played Money Train, you missed something. Offering a brilliant theme, thrilling gameplay and the potential to hit insane wins. It proved to be a highly addictive game. Over 100 years ago, many trains rode through the USA. Ideal […]read more