Incogsino
Posted by Incogsino
Mar 13, 2017

I' m back everyone.

Hello everyone. I'm back for the year 2017. I was playing all of 2016 but I was not able to post any blogs because it was rough year. I am learning that gambling can be difficult but is still enjoyable. I made a significant amount of money last year about 8000.00 in jackpots but put it all back in due to greed. I am learning that it does cost me money but I enjoy it just the same. I am still using intuition to assist me in picking the right slots and its works have the time, kind of like an unsure bet. I. We have a new casino that Opened in upstate NY called Delago. It is very nice. I visited a couple of weeks ago. I will probably be putting up a video this week on my Youtube Channel. I want to give a brief tour of the casino and maybe get some slot play in also. Keep tuning in to my blog for more adventures and jackpots for 2017. I'm back baby!!

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SM777
SM777 Mar 14, 2017

Have you considered selling your slot picks to others? Charge casino patrons after using your intuition to direct them to a winning slot machine.

Incogsino
Incogsino Mar 20, 2017

SM 777 that is a great idea! I am trying to find a focus but I guess I can just tell everything that I know. thanks for the suggestion!

Incogsino
Posted by Incogsino
Oct 26, 2015

Has anyone played Video Blackjack and do you prefer it to Blackjack at a Table?

I played video blackjack for the first time in Vegas and did really well. We finally have some video blackjack games on the east coast at Saratoga Casino next to NYC but its a drive for me. I like playing Video blackjack cause you can slow the game down and think without having other players and the dealer giving you the evil eye by slowing down the game lmao! I heard that its a 10 per bet but when I went to Vegas it was as low as a 1 dollar bet per hand?! So......... not only does NY have the highest taxes but also the highest minimums??? on electronic table games. I can't win in this state. I will be posting a video on my Youtube channel playing the new video blackjack though for the east coasters! I know you Vegas dwellers probably reading this post like Video blackjack is old news.

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Avincow
Avincow Oct 26, 2015

Video Blackjack is fine...except that frequently the blackjacks only pay 6:5 or even 1:1 (written as '2 for 1')!! With rules like this, the house edge is over 2%. Check the blackjack payout before you play, it's gotta be 3 to 2, or no dice.

Incogsino
Posted by Incogsino
Oct 23, 2015

How Big of Bankroll do you Need with Slots for Jackpots??

So I was surfing the You tube looking at jackpot videos and other videos on people who play slots and I came across a interview by Debbie Tosun Kilday. If you don't know who she is she wrote a book called No Limits: How I beat the Slots. She was the women who claimed that over the course of 5 years she managed to win 9 million dollars just playing dollar slot machines. She claims that all slot machine are potential winners if you play them correctly. I am not sure if I believe her or not. I guess it doesn't really matter. I just was listening to the math of what she was explaining. In my my mind to win a jackpot you need at least $1000 to $2000 dollars. Why? Because from her explanation of how long it takes a slot to hit a jackpot (eliminating other factors such as someone playing max bet before you on a slot machine) a dollar slot machine will win every 20 minutes if you bet the max on the machine. I know you thinking in your mind that 20 minutes is nothing but it can seem like an eternity while you are sitting in front of the machine, on top of the speed at which you can place a bet on slot machine, your bankroll will deplete very quickly if a majority of those wins do not yield significant paybacks during your journey to the jackpot. I calculated that if you play max bet on a machine that was $3.00 max (and that's being generous) every three seconds for 20 minutes you would have spent $1200.00 dollars assuming you didn't win any payouts during the slot journey. Wow! Most people don't have 1200.00 to experiment with and with no guarantee of winning a jackpot you REALLY can't dole out 1200.00 on a whim. But I have decided that I want to try the theory so I am going to save that amount of money and experiment on a dollar slot machine to see if the rules are still the same. I'll let you know what I come up with later! Happy Slot Playing!!

P.S. She also mentioned that with Progressives you won't win the Jackpot until the Top jackpot has crossed the approximation of 1200.00 dollars. Another interesting tip? Does that mean the machine has to collect a certain amount of money before it will pay out to a patron, but I thought every spin was random? It seems as though someone is not telling the whole truth.

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Zcore13
Zcore13 Oct 23, 2015

She's lying to sell books.

ukaserex
ukaserex Nov 16, 2015

Slow down.



By all means, save up your money.



Consider the slot machine - there are several types. To the best of my knowledge - which is ..more than the average person's about them, they symbols that appear are assigned a specific value. Imagine if you will, a very long sheet of lined paper. On each line is a number - 1 unique number for each line. Imagine also a number of other lined pages of paper - these also will have a unique number for each line.



Within the slot machine will be symbols - and blank spaces. Each symbol and blank space will correspond to that unique number I referenced. A computer program will run a random number generator, assigning a random number for each reel.



Suppose a Bar symbol corresponds to the value 9. If the RNG brings up the numbers 9,9,9 - then the machine will stop spinning with a bar showing at each reel.



The slot machine is just as likely to stop with Triple, Triple, Triple as it is Triple, Bar, Cherry or even Triple, Triple, blank.



If your searching technique is sound, there are superior descriptions of how slots work in this forum. If mine were better, I'd post a link.



There is a saying: "Perception is reality".



Too often us gamblers get superstitious and latch onto anecdotal evidence and assume it must fit into our theories.



I will not say this woman is lying. I will say she is likely mistaken.

Incogsino
Posted by Incogsino
Oct 11, 2015

Stop Beating up the Slot Machines! They are Run by Random Number Generators!

I am not sure is anyone else has experienced this. Have you seen the individuals who beat up the slots while they are playing! I have seen other individuals smear the screen with their hands like they are washing a car window. At least they are not causing damage. I keep thinking to myself the Slot has not done anything to you but take your money! No different than the government lmao! Anyways. I am sure that most people who are subscribed to this site know that the random number generator is the CPU chip that determines the slot pay outs to the individuals who presses the button. Yet I still see people bashing the screen like they are a bookie collecting money from a defector! Leave those damn machines alone and don't break them because I might want to play the slot after you have lost all of your money in them.

Your best bet is pay attention to the programming in the machine. I know this is hard to do with all of the different slot machines in the casino but there are slight tells to a machine when they may be getting ready to pay off more. The reels tend to speed up slightly and increase pay intervals usually happen for about ten seconds so you should increase your pressing of the button at these times. Stop the reels to get as many presses at this time before this time (ten to fifteen second period passes) then go back in to regular slow presses and wait for the pay/hit screen to completely finish so you don't blow through you bankroll so quickly. The slot will cycle back around if you site there long enough. I have timed most of them and its usually three minutes low to normal payouts with 10 to 15 second high payouts. I have not yet been able to time free games but it tends to also come in cycles but the length of time I could not tell you!

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Zcore13
Zcore13 Oct 11, 2015

Your strategies are completely false. I'm glad I didn't waste my time viewing your channel.



Also, You'd get more views and feedback (negative as it may be) if you posted in the forum under slots, rather than this blog.

Incogsino
Incogsino Oct 11, 2015

How can you say my claims are all wrong and you should go check out my channel its entertaining to say the least! IF you played slots enough you notice things about the gaming machines and if payed close enough attention you would know what I am talking about! Anyways thanks for your feed back!

Zcore13
Zcore13 Oct 11, 2015

Well I've played more than my share of slots, work in a casino, have access to slot machine technical specs, payout percentages, statistics, etc. What you describe doesn't exist. But that's ok. If it's fun for you, more power to you.

rdw4potus
rdw4potus Oct 12, 2015

Yeah...the random number generator generates a new random number for each spin, at the time of that spin. It doesn't know what's coming and it doesn't know what just happened. Really, beating on the machine is probably better than your method - at least that might cause a malfunction that is favorable...

Wizardofnothing
Wizardofnothing Oct 15, 2015

Rwpotus that was actually a really funny reply- touché

odiousgambit
odiousgambit Oct 18, 2015

If you are not actually a Resurrection of member Reserect then you should PM him. I think you gamble in the same area, roughly, in New York.

Incogsino
Incogsino Oct 21, 2015

Cause a malfunction yeah and then you lose any money you may have won but yeah go ahead and beat up the machine lol!

Incogsino
Incogsino Oct 22, 2015

To Odiusgambit Yeah I have seen some of his post! He seems open to possibilities but doesn't everyone who gambles!?

Incogsino
Posted by Incogsino
Oct 05, 2015

The Incogsino Channel

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Incogsino
Incogsino Oct 08, 2015

I apologize I'll work on my good standing. How would I pay to advertise I guess is my next question? Anyways I appreciate being a part of the Wizard of Vegas community Forum!

Zcore13
Zcore13 Oct 08, 2015

It looks like there is a "Contact Us" link at the very bottom of every page. One of the choices for subject is advertising. That would be my guess if I were looking.

Incogsino
Incogsino Oct 11, 2015

Thank you Zcore for that information.