Playing in the casino : |
Pulls on any one machine, especialy the high end machines, $1.00 $5.00 and up. If you want to set a higher limit that's up to you. Sometimes I will play more than 3 or 5 depending on what's happening and how I feel. On quarter nachines you can allow yourself a little more leaway, on nickle machines you can steam away and not get hurt too badly.
Maximumn coin play, on some machines it is best to play the maximum number of coins, depending on you and your bank roll. Only you can decide how many coins you want to play.
Run, if you get a good hit, play another couple of pulls and run.
Money Management, know where you stand at all times. Use the counters on the slots to your advantage. Don't play credits. cash in and play coins it's slower and you can use the counters to keep track of where you stand.
Wander around, if you're not hitting, stop and wander around, take a break. walk around, enjoy watching others play.
Specialize, find machines that you understand and play them. Don't play just any machine. Learn what machines appeal to you and stick with them, we all have favourites that's part of the fun.
Take a chance, if you are up you can afford to take a chance on high end machines even the 5.00 slots. If you do get a hit...run.
Read the machine, make sure you understand the payoff schedule on any slot you play, you will avoid disappointment. Once you have done this you will avoid certain machines.
One coin play, you don't need to play three coins at all times, particularly on high end machines, $1.00 $5.00 and up. Find machines that will allow one coin play and still payout the maximum. I am not talking about pay for play type machines nor three or five liners. I am talking about single line machines that payout on all symbols for 1 coin. You will sometimes think, gee if I had played three coins I would have won three times as much, beware the Casinos main weapon.... Greed.
Set your own rules, because a machine takes up to 5 plus coins does not mean you have to play that many. If you read the machine you will see, in many cases, that the payout per coin is exactly the same relative value. In other words many slots will pay X for 1 coin and 2X for 2 coins and 3X for 3 coins.
Read the machine cycles, this one is still up for grabs but my experience says that slots pay-off in cycles. They go through a "take" cycle and they go through a "pay"cycle. Needless to say the "take" cycle lasts much longer than the "pay" cycle.
Big hits, in all of my experience the "big hits" have come in the first few pulls. Latest example: Aug 04/97 on a 2 coin quarter machine. Inserted 2 quarters and got 3 blue sevens for 300 quarters on the first pull.Example 2 Sep 24 in Vegas 4th spin on a triple diamond quarter machine..Jackpot 4000 quarters ..LUCK??...You bet.
Luck, do not underestimate the luck factor. If you win you are just Plain lucky.
Playing Slots online:
If more than one combination falls on played pay-lines winnings are paid outon the highest combination only.
If a winning combination falls on a pay-line that is not enabled you do notreceive a payout for that combination.
The PAYTABLE consists of a payout column and a payout row.
The payout column(s) shows the number of coins bet and the payout values for winning symbol combinations.
The payout row(s) shows the winning symbol combinations and the payout values for winning symbol combination(s).
When the reels stop spinning the symbol combinations along each pay-line you are playing are checked and you receive a payout for a winning combination.
The payout column representing the number of coins you wagered is highlighted. The winning combination row is highlighted. The number of credits you win is where the column and the row intersect.
If more than one winning combination falls on pay-lines you are playing ONLY the winning combination with the highest payout is paid.
If a winning combination appears on a pay-line that you are not playing, you do not receive a payout for that combination.
In SuperSlots each slot machine is treated as a separate game.
The amount you win depends on the selected coin value bet and the selected payout column and the winning symbol combination you are holding after the reels stop spinning. See each individual slot game for details on the slot game’s payouts.