Slot Machine StrategyWhat is the best slot machine stategy we could give you? Well for starters you must always know the slot machine you are playing, ie. the coins, payouts, and payback.
Know the denomination of the machine you are playing. Is is a quarter machine or a dollar machine? Can you afford to play the maximum coin on this machine? If your bankroll will not let you play maximum coin on a dollar machine, move to a quarter machine. When your reels come up, you'll see the difference.
Carefully look at the payouts for the machine you are using. Make sure you get the money you are entitled to. Remember, if you win big a casino attendant will pay you. If this should happen STAY WITH YOUR MACHINE. Wait for the attendant to come around. Casinos are not known for giving pity to someone who left their machine after a win.
If it is not listed on the machine, ask an attendant what the payback is for a machine. If a machine has a low payback rate find yourself a another with a bit more promise.
How to spot Crooked Slot Machines
Crooked machines may not be much of a worry in these modern times, but they are still out there, and you still have to be aware of your surroundings. The term one armed bandit didn't come from nowhere, it came from the crooked underbelly that ran the money movements in old Nevada. Originally, many machines had twenty symbols per reel, with only ten possible symbols capable of landing on the line. Many instances in days gone by would have you staring at your losing line, while a winning line lies just above the pay, making the player go OHH that was close. But the fact of the matter was, the winning symbols just above the pay line had zero chance of ever landing on the line. The trickery is that many more winning combinations appeared above or below the pay line. A machine may have three bars on each wheel, which would normally mean a three bar jackpot combo could be attained in 27 ways. Throw in the idea that two of the three bars on each wheel can never stop on the win line, all of a sudden there is only one way the player can line up three bars on the pay line, and eight ways the fake bars can show near-hit combos above or below the pay line.
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