What is a casino crash?
Gambling is a fairly simple game, it consists of a line that keeps going up and up, multiplying your bet - until it flies out. During that period of time, you can cash out whenever you want, even automatically. If you cash out before the Random Crash, you keep your winnings-otherwise, you lose your entire bet until the next round.
Crash is not the easiest game to play in a casino. It is for several reasons:
- It's a recent game, and not all players know about it yet.
- No major gaming studios, such as NetEnt and Microgaming, have Crash games in their portfolio yet.
- Its close connection to the world of crypto-casinos means that it is a kind of niche game.
The psychology of Crash Casino
Each spin on a slot machine takes no more than 20 seconds. Therefore, once a player finishes one bet, they can make another, which creates a sense of continuous play. Another principle of addictive games can be called "almost won". It is about making the player feel like they are about to win. There is no real difference between one loss and another, but if the outcome seems close to winning, it causes a cognitive distortion where players feel that they are very close to winning. It's just an illusion. But it keeps them coming back to the game.