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Season Perks Bonus Charms Party

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    Dougaroo

    Hi DeeJay.  Sorry that's not as clear as it could be.

    The way it works is that when you go to a party and the party "triggers" (everyone pays their entry fees and gets the initial set of charms), you get one more charm than normal.

    E.g. If the party has 25 people at it, you would end up with 26 charms, not the normal 25.

    Today for instance I see you went to just such a party where 25 people were there:

    +--------+---------------+
    | people | user_event_id |
    +--------+---------------+
    | 25 | 4000016454 |
    +--------+---------------+

    but you received 26 charms:

    +---------+---------------------+---------------+--------------+
    | user_id | created | user_event_id | charms_given |
    +---------+---------------------+---------------+--------------+
    | 3485234 | 2020-05-21 14:02:56 | 4000016454 | 26 |
    +---------+---------------------+---------------+--------------+

    In fact for all of the parties you went to today, you can see you got either 26 charms
    (or 52 - for ones where it's a 2-charm party).

    +---------+---------------------+---------------+--------------+
    | user_id | created | user_event_id | charms_given |
    +---------+---------------------+---------------+--------------+
    | 3485234 | 2020-05-21 14:02:56 | 4000016454 | 26 |
    | 3485234 | 2020-05-21 14:07:39 | 2000019694 | 52 |
    | 3485234 | 2020-05-21 14:18:53 | 2000019700 | 52 |
    | 3485234 | 2020-05-21 15:02:36 | 1000020760 | 26 |
    +---------+---------------------+---------------+--------------+

    Sorry that's not clearer when the charms are handed out.  But I hope that explains how it works.

     

     

     

  • Dougaroo

    Dreamscape Roulette's payouts are a bit tricky to understand, so I'd be happy to help - but I'm not seeing the screenshots attached.  Can you try adding them again?

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  • Dougaroo

    It looks like this was the 3-ball version.  So when you bet 1 chip at the 3,000 level - you are basically betting 1,000 per ball (for a total of 3,000).

    In this case you bet on a group of 3 numbers (I think it's called a street in roulette) "4,5,6".  That bet pays 12-1 when it hits (technically 11-1 net win, but plus your original bet makes it 12-1).

    Since 2 balls hit (one on 5 and one on 6), each of those paid 12-1 which on a 1,000 coin per ball bet is a payout of 12,000 coins for each ball, for a total of 24,000 coins.  Which is what is shown on screen.

    It may be simplest to think of the 3-ball game as that you are playing 3 games of "normal" roulette at the same time, and you are betting 1,000 coins (1/3 of the total bet) on each game.  Picture 3 separate tables each with a 1,000 coin bet on the "4,5,6" position and you won on 2 of those tables.

    Hope some of that make sense - as I say it's a tricky game to understand.

     

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  • LadyHorton8

    so you only get 1 bonus charm per party??? Come on guys!

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  • Michael B17

    You get 26 charms per party on occasion you will get 27

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  • BlessedYear2022

    Exactly LadyHorton8! 

    its like the party meter winning 1 gem seems to be an insult as a winning for keeping the meter advancing :( 

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  • LadyHorton8

    SO what about the :Bonus party charms for all" I just got in season?

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  • Dougaroo

    The bonus charm can be either limited to just when you're hosting parties or for any party you attend.

    So in this case, once you have that bonus you will get an extra charm at any party you attend.  Instead of the normal 25 (for the price of the 1 you pay to enter) you'll get 26.

     

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