**
G****olden
game and Monopoly system**
The first time I played a golden game,
it took me for £100 with nothing but a few
£5 wins, monopoly
(3-5 player) was just as bad, pocket
full of pound coins in, to achieve a
feature of £15 with the old
girl who says "the dogs have gone
barking mad". I left them, I thought
forever...
Now, there are 2 versions of golden
game/monopolys, the 1st (more
profitable) is the version thatdoes not auto nudge your flashing
symbols (a flasher is when one of the 3
icons lights and wolf
whistles indicating you have more than 3
nudges to achieve that win), and the
2nd, obviously, is
the version that will auto nudge your
flash in for you. it appears the only
difference is that the 1st
version will let you win £15 more, which
will be explained later.
ok, for optimum return, find a machine
that is full/backing. if all 3 are
backing, stick a quid in each
and chuckle to yourself..
The single most objective here is to get
the `set up`
refuse all wins by nudging £5 away, if
you get £5 straight in, its a so called
`free` win (ok so its not
free, but it does not set the machine
back, so classed as free) if the win
holds, then let it go,
similarly, if you get 2 fivers or 2
jackpots hold after a nudge, do not let
the win spin in, hold the 3rd
symbol to cock up the win spinning in.
SET UP
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the setup we are aiming for is when the
monopoly game is 4 nudges away, and
looks like this -
out of view MONOP
above £5 any £5
WIN LINE -----O JP O-------WIN LINE
VARIATION
----------------
monop
£5 O any
WIN LINE---- JP JP O
basically, nudge the 1st reel once, and
the 2nd reel twice, so you get this -
WIN LINE----- £5 MONOP O
this is the set up, and if you can get
this it is has a 90% chance of nudging.
the setup can be
achieved either by holding 1, 2 or all 3
reels (ie if it did not nudge but held,
hold them)
Even with relatively no money put in,
nudge setups can be achieved through
thin air. what we are
playing for here is the monopoly flash
hold, which you must cock up, by holding
the 3rd. the flash
hold now means the machine is in a happy
state and in now getting ready to pay,
we ignore this
and continue the same nudge setup
procedure. during this time £5 wins may
roll straight in, even
a jackpot can roll in, which is ok, but
do not hold them. (incidentally if a jp
flash hold appears, it WILL
re-appear once the streak has started).
What we are looking for now, is one of 2
things, either a
monopoly flash, or a monopoly than can
be achieved by EXACTLY 3 nudges away
(will explain this
bit later) when the first monopoly flash
is achieved, nudge it away, it will
re-appear within so many
£1`s, now take £5 on a flashing
monopoly, again and again, that's a
total of £15 from flashing
monopolies, on the 5th flash, take
monopoly, (if you're playing the sit down
TV version always take
slots.)
Basically the streak has now been
triggered by taking the board, plus you
have taken 3 free £5 wins
as well, what happens now can be quite
random, but usually add up to a severely
short machine!, the
first board is not necessarily the most
important, but anything from £15 right
upto £105 can be
achieved on the first board. now we take
ALL wins and repeat the process to
achieve monopoly flash
holds, but this time we roll them is, as
the streak has been triggered.
* a good way of finding out how well
your machine is buzzed up, is to hold
two of a kind and see the
3rd roll right in 90% of the time,
monopoly board are now flash holding
regular.
* did you know that if you win OVER £15,
it has to go to £25..
* there's more money it cost you to buzz
the machine up, the bigger the streak
Right, I`ll assume (normal assumption at
this stage) that your bank have
overfilled and you have taken
over £100 in wins, remember
if its a £125 hopper, you are close to
emptying it, you now
need to make the call as to whether you
are carrying on or not, but I have had a
60 streak, flat for
10-20 quid followed by a £105 run. so
the more you play the more you`ll
understand how its working.
**Variation**
if you're playing an auto nudge machine,
you basically don't get the £15 worth of
free fivers. if you get a
flash early on, take it at your peril,
as the streak may only go £30 or so. the
other thing, and very
important, is when monopoly can be
achieved by nudging away all 3 nudges,
if it is 3 away, it is a
true streak, if monopoly is 1 away, it
probably wont go more that £5.
there has been a lot to take in, but
once you play, you`ll understand,
remember, all plans should be
followed to the letter, as incorrectly
achieved wins can cock up the streak. |