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July 7th, 2016 at 1:52:36 AM permalink
It is impossible to change the outcome of the result. When you hit spin computer will calculate the loops it has then will display the result. The spinning graphics are just for entertainment and to give the player an excitement.
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August 12th, 2016 at 6:44:23 PM permalink
It is randomly generated by the program that's why it is impossible to know the outcome. You cannot manipulate the result of your spin once you hit the button it is already knows what will come out. The spinning thing is just for excitement for the player.
onenickelmiracle
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August 14th, 2016 at 6:19:26 AM permalink
The reels stops are programmed to make it look like stopping helps. Usually the WMS G+ games are the ones people have convinced themselves they can make themselves win. I even think the animation jiggles sometimes to make it seem like the stop worked. Many wouldn't play this brand of slots if they knew for sure you can't beat the game.
Looks like sh!t just got imaginary!
Garyt
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onenickelmiracle
December 4th, 2016 at 8:52:00 AM permalink
I get into this with people all the time. I play the Walking Dead game a lot and I always stop the wheels when I get two bonus wheels. Three are needed to get the bonus. If I hit the bonus, people will say "Nice stop" or "Nice catch". When I tell them it doesn't change anything they don't believe it. I just do it cause I don't want to wait to see if I'll hit a bonus.
In the "rules" section of the Walking Dead game it even states that stopping the wheels have no effect on the game. There's also a CDC Bonus where you have 3 choices for the amount of free spins. When you pick one ,it shows what's behind the other two. The rules also state that player participation has no effect on the number of spins won and it's strictly random, yet people refuse to believe they don't have a say. I've even had people tell me they have a system for determining where the higher spins are.
At Caesars in Canada they have signs on the machines that say "Stopping of the wheels has no effect on the outcome of the spin"
onenickelmiracle
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December 4th, 2016 at 10:25:58 AM permalink
Quote: Garyt

I get into this with people all the time. I play the Walking Dead game a lot and I always stop the wheels when I get two bonus wheels. Three are needed to get the bonus. If I hit the bonus, people will say "Nice stop" or "Nice catch". When I tell them it doesn't change anything they don't believe it. I just do it cause I don't want to wait to see if I'll hit a bonus.
In the "rules" section of the Walking Dead game it even states that stopping the wheels have no effect on the game. There's also a CDC Bonus where you have 3 choices for the amount of free spins. When you pick one ,it shows what's behind the other two. The rules also state that player participation has no effect on the number of spins won and it's strictly random, yet people refuse to believe they don't have a say. I've even had people tell me they have a system for determining where the higher spins are.
At Caesars in Canada they have signs on the machines that say "Stopping of the wheels has no effect on the outcome of the spin"

It's easy to believe until you see it in black and white. I don't know how they believe it with low returns. When I had the sickness, machines paid twice as good as now, so twice as easy to believe. It's so powerful, the time I believed I could stop the film, or the dragons, I still kind of think back to when I had believed and wonder. Casinos were so different then. But today, they're crazy and I'm just stupid sometimes. That's one thing I used to like about Aristocrats, couldn't stop reels, and now they attract the nutcases.
Looks like sh!t just got imaginary!
ProfessorSlot
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January 12th, 2017 at 12:43:59 AM permalink
I been asking the same question to other. How do you know when a machine will give you a winning result. Computer prediction are not reliable to use and all you can depend is your luck.
Garyt
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January 12th, 2017 at 4:09:01 AM permalink
Another thing I tell people is, what about the machines that signal you'll get the bonus before they even spin? I'm thinking of Red Phoenix, Tiki something, and an Oriental themed game where the bird, etc moves ,winks etc telling you a bonus is coming before the wheels even spin. The oriental game even says "Good luck is coming your way", then spins and you get the bonus. How could that happen if the outcome isn't decided the minute you hit the button?
ck1313
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January 12th, 2017 at 4:33:54 AM permalink
Quote: onenickelmiracle

The reels stops are programmed to make it look like stopping helps. Usually the WMS G+ games are the ones people have convinced themselves they can make themselves win. I even think the animation jiggles sometimes to make it seem like the stop worked. Many wouldn't play this brand of slots if they knew for sure you can't beat the game.



I get a kick out of watching people play WMS G+ games. Some of this people will start wacking their screens so hard I think for sure they're going to break there finger. Not only do they believe they are altering the results of the game but the harder they hit the screen the bigger the payout will be. Then when they do get the bonus you can see them sit back in their seat and say to themselves "yeah I did that. I'm really good at these slot machines."
Garyt
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January 12th, 2017 at 3:39:26 PM permalink
what's a WMS G+ game?
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January 12th, 2017 at 3:46:12 PM permalink
Quote: Garyt

Another thing I tell people is, what about the machines that signal you'll get the bonus before they even spin? I'm thinking of Red Phoenix, Tiki something, and an Oriental themed game where the bird, etc moves ,winks etc telling you a bonus is coming before the wheels even spin. The oriental game even says "Good luck is coming your way", then spins and you get the bonus. How could that happen if the outcome isn't decided the minute you hit the button?



Good point, Gary. That is some good food for thought. I have read a rumor that on Walking Dead, a bonus is coming when the Zombies all turn to look at you.
Guy "won" less than his bet and the slot machine had the audacity to tell him he got a big win! SMH! Also, the Nintendo cartridge is so much more important than the Nintendo console. Without the cartridge, the Nintendo console is just a useless box.

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