Have a desire to bet the slot machines that have spent years taking your
money? Well now you can. Here are some tips to improve your odds.
Using high-packback machines can improve your chances of winning. Your
probably asking yourself, what is a payback? A payback is how much a machine
returns to you after many thousands of plays. These machines not only
increase your chances of winning, but they have higher payback percentage and
pay more frequently. The longer you play a machine, the closer you get to
hitting the jackpot. In Vegas, you can find these machines off the strip, and
most frequented by residents who know where the gold mines are.
Best casinos: Sam's Town, The Rio, Gold Coast, Orleans, Palace Station,
Boulder Station, Sunset Station, and Santa Fe.
IMPROVING YOUR ODDS
Choosing machines that allow you to go over the minimum wager required to
play can improve your odds. If you bet the max allowed, your odds of scoring
are much more likely.
TRUE OR FALSE? False: Machines with the rest paybacks are located by door or in the
False: If you leave a slot machine, and the next victim hits the jackpot,
it could have been yours.
True: The microprocessors inside the machines use random numbers to
decide who will be the big winner.
SMART TIPS set yourself a gambling budget
don't play your winning coins
if your are having bad luck, take a break
enjoy every slot win, small or large
Charles Fey invented the first slot machine in 1895. In 1907, Fey teamed up with the Mills Novelty Company and then manufactured the Mills Liberty Bell. The Liberty Bell featured a cast iron case, with a classic Liberty Bell cast into the front of the machine. The slot machine originally had cast iron feet with toes. In later models the toes were eliminated and replaced with ornate scrolled feet. The machine's reel strips depicted playing cards (the king, queen, and jack). It also had a bell that rung when you hit a winning combination. Unfortunately, the ringing bell was quickly dropped. The original concept, however, was not lost because now-a-days, modern slots have a bell which ring to signal that a player has hit the jackpot.