Indu
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August 3rd, 2017 at 5:27:10 AM permalink
Any tips,suggesion or blog which suggest how to win from slot machine in Casino.
ThatDonGuy
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August 3rd, 2017 at 6:39:48 AM permalink
The obvious answer: keep playing until you win. Keep in mind that there is a good chance that the amount you win will usually be less than the total amount that you lost up to that point, but if everybody won, then the casinos wouldn't bother having the machines in the first place.

Seriously, my advice: play dollar machines - except Megabucks. The more money it costs to play a machine, the "looser" the machine can be and still make enough money for the casino to keep the machine there. Megabucks is the exception, since enough people are drawn to it by the promise of a huge jackpot that the machines can be tighter and few people are going to notice, or care.

Second: don't listen to people who tell you things like, "Play the machines that you can see from the entrances - they are looser so that people walking by the casino will see a lot of winners and come in to play," or, "A particular machine is 'due' to hit at any time." The best example of a machine that was "due" for years was one called Lion's Share at MGM Grand.
Indu
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August 3rd, 2017 at 6:44:44 AM permalink
I know one slots machine which regulary pays Major around $800 to $1200.

Slot Machine name is 88 Fortune.
Indu
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August 3rd, 2017 at 6:46:28 AM permalink
Best Slot Machines to play as per Gaming Revenue Report Nevada is MEGABUCKS and 1 CENT slots
LuckyPhow
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August 3rd, 2017 at 6:51:03 AM permalink
Quote: Indu

Any tips,suggesion or blog which suggest how to win from slot machine in Casino.



Indu,

Welcome to the forum! If you search around here, you'll find many suggestions on how best to play the slots. I'll start with a few of my own:

  • Play video poker, where you can determine the house advantage (HA). It is generally less than the HA on regular slots.
  • Look for progressive slot machines that "must hit by" some number. If they are close to hitting, pound them to death.
  • Understand that your overall likelihood of winning is not great. Other games in the casino often have a much lower HA. But, don't forget to factor in various casino comps, such as free slot tournaments, free drinks, free (or discoiunted) meals, and perhaps even free nites in the casino hotel. Yup, you might be "down" at the machines, but these other "perks" also have tangible value that help to balance out any losses.

I'm sure others will suggest their own comments. Don't take it hard if someone suggests stuff like, "You can't win playing slots." Heck, the casino has the advantage on all the games it offers. We know that already.
rsactuary
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August 3rd, 2017 at 9:02:10 AM permalink
Quote: Indu

Best Slot Machines to play as per Gaming Revenue Report Nevada is MEGABUCKS and 1 CENT slots



Woah... what basis are you using for this conclusion? I suspect many here (myself included) would say Megabucks is the worst option for slots.
Indu
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August 3rd, 2017 at 9:36:31 AM permalink
Check following link
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Win PERCENT for Megabucks is highest in all slot categories.

Please let me know if my analysis is wrong.
Indu
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August 3rd, 2017 at 9:39:27 AM permalink
h-t-t-p -://-gaming nv gov/modules/showdocument aspx?documentid=12213
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Ibeatyouraces
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August 3rd, 2017 at 9:43:24 AM permalink
Quote: Indu

Check following link
px?documentid=12213

Win PERCENT for Megabucks is highest in all slot categories.

Please let me know if my analysis is wrong.


Without looking, I think the "win percentage" is the casinos, not the players.
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rsactuary
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August 3rd, 2017 at 9:47:57 AM permalink
Quote: Ibeatyouraces

Without looking, I think the "win percentage" is the casinos, not the players.



That's exactly correct... that is the percentage of every dollar that the casino keeps.

But this begs another question for Indu.. if you thought the "win percent" meant the win for gamblers... why would you consider playing something or try to figure out how to win at slots if you were only winning 8 - 15% of what you put in?

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