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Minesweeper is a favorite game from when Microsoft brought out there Window operating system and included as one of the games on their OS. BGaming has simplified the game allowing mBit casino players to make wagers on this red hot and very fun game.
On the 3 by 3 version of the game, you can use odds similar to dice where you roll the dice 3 times and guess which 3 numbers will come up in order to win the maximum amount.
Or you can simply take a chance and collect after just 1 or 2 guesses. Either way, we are sure those of you that are mathematicians will love the simple, but very exciting challenge of beating the odds of BGamings Minesweeper.
For those heavily into their statistical play, this game will most certainly be appealing if you can figure the probability of where the bombs are hidden.
There are multiple fields you can play on Minesweeper. When you open the game, you will be presented with 6 pieces of land or squares on a small piece of land. However, you can increase your chances of winning more money by making the Minesweeper landscape larger, which will give you more spots to wager.
To increase the land size visit the options menu. Then select one of the following options to increase of decrease the Minesweeper gaming board.
2x3, 3x6, 4x9, 5x12, or 16x15.
In each vertical column, there will only be 1 bomb. Therefore, if you play the 2 by 3 game, the vertical column will be 2 spaces high. In this case, you have a 50/5- chance of guessing right. However, in the 5x12 game, you will have columns of 5, and only one of these will have a bomb, so there is a 1 in 5 chance of you making the wrong guess.
In the very same section that you change the size of the minefield you are playing on, you will also be able to change the bet value under the ‘Bet Value’ section.
It’s a really simple game to play. Just click on one of the pieces of land and if there is no bomb, then you get the chance to collect or choose again. The further you proceed, the higher your winnings will be.
You will always need to start from the left column and continue to move right for each subsequent selection.
If you hit a bomb, then your bet is lost. It is as simple as that.
After you have selected the size of the map that you want to play, then the amount you will win for guessing each section correctly i.e. not hitting a bomb is displayed at the bottom of that column. Now if you go back to the above section where we mentioned you can choose the Minesweeper field sizes of 2x3, 3x6, 4x9, 5x12, or 16x15, well, this is very relevant to the way the payouts work.
On a 2x3 board, there 2 vertical columns, and only one of these columns has a bomb. Therefore, the risk is 50/50. The payout is then 0.98 per 1 you bet. If you continue and choose again the payout gets higher. As you have won the first bet, then you now have 1.96. You can choose to collect or bet again with a 96% return on your current winnings of 1.96, which is 3.85 and so on.
When you play on a larger board, let’s say the 3x6 version, then you have 3 vertical squares. You have a 2 in 3 chance of guessing correctly, so your payout is going to be less because the odds of you guessing correctly are in your favor. The larger the board, the less the payout per guess, but the more chance there is of you progressing further through the minefield to bring in big wins.