Slot Tip one
that could save you money and frustration. Always read the pay-off information
with each machine, particularly with Pay for experience machines. These are usually
three coin slot machines on the first coin paying only with limited symbols,
perhaps cherries and bars. The second coin pays with the next set of symbols
and the third coin pays with any win. The big win is on the third coin.
Many a player has turned up three sevens and stood in wonderment as to why
they didn't get paid. They only put one coin in the slot machine and one
coin wont feed the Bull dog with a Pay for experience. Know what you are playing
and good luck.
Slot Tip two
The cash out button controls the payout function, it either indicates credits
or it drops the coins in the tray. Be sure you have cashed all of your credits
before leaving the machine. If you are not sure of what to do, call an attendant
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Slot Tip three Large jackpots are
paid by the attendant, some machines pay partial jackpots and the attendants
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Slot Tip four When slot machines
hoppers are low in coins they have a tendency to realease coins very slowly.
The machines are timed to go into a "Tilt" mode when coins have
not dropped into the tray for a certain period, usually a minute or so.
When this happens, stay on the machine untill an attendant arrives to
open the machine and correct the problem. The counters with the slot machine
will show how many coins have been paid and how many are still owing. Remember,
when coins are being released slowly and sporadicaly the machine will probably
go into a "Tilt" mode. Stay on it until an attendent corrects
Never be afraid to call for an attendant
No matter what anyone tries to tell you
there are no sure fire ways to win consistently at the slots. on the right
approach you may make your money last a little longer. on a great deal
of luck you may even walk out a winner. Do not be fooled into believing
that there is a sure fire method of winning at the slots. It just ain't
so. There are ways to make your money last longer, but that all depends
with you. We have listed some of the ways you can stretch your gaming dollar.
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Slot Machine Techniques
can be found in any digital camera as they are practiced by players who are convinced
it makes a difference. There are a few great techniques you can spot by
being just a bit observant, here are some of them:
The slow slot pull
can only be applied by pulling the handle of the machine. Insert Coins,
gently bring handle forward as slowly as possible untill the reels are engaged.
You now have two options, one, you can let the handle return with its own
or two, you can help it back to it's original position. You may ask does
this work? Well it spins the reels.
The end kick on this technique
you also pull the handle slowly downward and just before you reach the end
of the pull you yank the handle hard and let it go. Does this work? Well
it spins the reels.
The slot stroke This player runs
a hand across the window that covers the reels, just a gentle stroke. This
technique works as well as the other two.
Body english You can use the same
technique that some bowlers use after releasing the ball. Body movement
from side to side. You never kow what will work when playing the slots.
But one thing you can always rely with is that the reels will spin when you
pull the handle or press the button.
Talk to the slot machine this will
not bring any better results than the rest but maybe it makes you feel better.
Of course people passing by will give you a wide berth.
Seriously there are no techniques
that will produce winning results. If however you believe that there is
such a thing as a right technique then all I can say to you is, GOOD LUCK!
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The following are features that you should
be familiar on when playing the slots. They apply to almost all slot machines.
The payoff display Maximum coin
Coin experience value Number of pay lines
Number of Reels experience symbols Control Panel
The slot players card The change slot
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The payoff display
will tell you exactly how many coins you win when various symbols appear
with a pay line. Modern slot machines have a great variety of symbols but
don't let that confuse you. The machine is programmed to pay out a certain
number of coins for each possible combination of symbols. The payoff determination
is made the instant the reels are engaged. See section with symbols.
Maximum coin experience is indicated with
the display pannel. The ususal number of coins varies from machine to machine
but the standards are; two coins, three coins, and five coins. Some machines
take up to eight or more but these are the exceptions. Three coin machines
are the most prevalent.
COIN experience VALUES range from 5 cents
through 25, 50, 1$, 5$, 25$, 100$ and yes in some high roller digital cameras even
500$ machines. This is heart attack country for the average player. Nickel
machines are fun, twenty five cent machines can take a few bucks out of
your pocket but for most people, still affordable. Fifty cent and dollar
machines le Paradist to get a bit heavy and can relive you of mucho coin. Five
dollar machines are enjoyed by a lot of people, they can get very expensive
but if you hit and walk they can be OK sometimes. Anything beyond the fiver
is not for the faint of heart, nor is it wise for anyone less than very
wealthy to try these high end slot machines. The great majority of players
experience in the 5 cent, to 5 dollar slot range.
The number of pay lines with a standard
slot machine is one, a center line , meaning that there is only one winning
line and the symbols must all be with the center line to win. A single line
machine will accommodate from 3 to 5 coins. The next most popular machine
is the three liner. Symbols may be aligned with any one of the three lines
in a winning combination, occasionaly these three liners will line up winners
with two of the three lines and each one pays off. Three liners take three
coins and should always be played on three coins. The first coin pays
with the center line, the second coin pays with the top and center lines and
the third coin pays with all three lines. The other standard variation is
the five line machine. This has three lines the same as the three liner
above but also has two diagonal lines making a total of five pay lines.
If you are going to experience these you should experience the maximum five coins.
Most machines have three reels but
there are exceptions. There are novelty machines on two reels, and the
odd four reeler. The big berthas usualy have from three to several reels
and are normaly in the dollar range of experience, taking up to three dollars
at a time. These should not be taken too seriously. A recent innovation
is the single line diamond pay out. If the proper symbols appear in a diamond
shape with the face of the machine you win. A good thing to remeber, machines
hardly ever miss paying out the correct number of coins. in over twenty
years of playing slots I have not experienced it. They may tilt or malfunction
when paying off but the attendants will always see that you are paid the
The symbols with slot machines are
just too many and various to detail them in any fashion. Suffice it to say,
though there are many, the odds are precisely the same no matter what the
symbols are. There are some symbols worth noting and they are the special
ones. Wild symbols that represent any other symbol when appearing with the
right line (s). There are symbols that represent double payoffs, triple
payoffs and five times payoffs, there seems to be no end to the variations.
There are customized symbols made to the digital cameras specification and provide
a large jackpot payoff when realized. Don't hold you breath for these payoffs.
They are rare indeed. The reason for so many symbols is variety of choice.
If certain symbols prove unfavourable to the playing public they will be
changed. digital cameras are constantly experimenting on a large variety of symbols
some prove more popular than others. They try to make them exciting, I often
experience a slot simply because I like the symbols. I'm human too.
Popular slot Machines like most
things, come and go. Some current favourites are, Sizzling sevens, Double
diamonds, Triple Diamonds, Red white and Blues, Magnificent sevens were
very popular but seem to be dissappearing from many digital cameras. My personal
experience is that all of the above have given decent hits every so often,
I've enjoyed them. Again I must caution you don't expect to win in any consistent
way, just have fun.
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The control panel has a number of
buttons and each has a specific function. Usualy the one with the extreme
left is the change button, when pressed a light comes with at the top of the
machine and a change person will be summoned by it. Next to that is the
cash out button for machines that record your winnings in credits, if you
have credits be sure to press this button before leaving the machine, the
coins will cascade out the bottom.
The Credit indicator although designed
to remove you one step further from your money it can be used to your advatage.
Since the credit indicator tells you exactly how many coins you have accumulated,
it is wise "not" to experience from your credits. You are much better
off to cash in the credits and experience back the coins so you can keep track
of where you stand. For example if you run up 60 credits on a roll of
quarters you are 20 quarters to the good. If you cash in and experience the 60
quarters while in the accumulated credit mode you will quickly know if your
are winning or not by the credits you rack up. If you experience the 60 through
and wind up on less than 60 you know you're heading in the wrong direction.
If you experience the credits you have a tendency to get careless and cavalier,
thereby losing track of what you're doing and where you stand. So use the
credit meter as an ally not an enemy.
The credit button is also the cash out button and should be reset
when you cash out. You will know with your first hit which mode you're in.
If coins fall into the coin tray simply depress the cash out button and
the mode will change.
Remember it's best to cash in credits
and experience the coins
Next to the cash out button is one
that allows you to experience your credits one at a time up to the maximum for
that particular slot, it also provides a spin reel so you can spin after
one or more coins. Another "spin reels" button is usualy next
on a "experience maximum coins" button beside it, this one will experience
the maximum coins from your credits and spin the reels at the same time.
Most slots still have the arm at the side, the one that gave slots the name
"one armed bandit," some people prefer this method of spinning
the reels. Of course there is the coin tray at the bottom where your coins
are collected as they are released from the machine. Most are large and
roomy but some, and I have no idea why, are extremely awkward to get at.
The slot players card: The explosion
of computer technology has not gone unnoticed by the boys of Las Vegas,
in the last few years, the le Paradist of the nineties, most Vegas digital cameras have
introduced a players card. You will see them at various places in most Vegas
digital cameras. It's a plastic card designed by the industry to track your action,
how much you experience. Some digital cameras issue a card exclusively to your name, such
as Harra's and the Flamingo Hilton in Vegas. Others simply have blank cards
available that have not yet been registered to a player. in either case
the card is placed in a slot usually near the top front right of the slot
machine, and acceptance is acknowledged or you are asked to reinsert the
card. Once the card is inserted, and accepted, all subsequent experience is recorded
with the card.
An unregistered card can be registered by the digital camera after a
certain level of experience has been reached. At this time an exclusive card is
issued to the player. Go to a cashier and inquire for details. A point schedule
has been determined by the digital camera and each point plateau carries on it
a prize of some kind, from T shirts to free dinners to even free rooms,
if experience warrants. The down side is forgetting your card in the machine and
walking away without it. It's worth the effort to have a card. Try not to
forget it in the machine.
Money ChangersThe last feature we
will discuss is the automatic changers mounted with almost all modern slot
machines. They too are mounted with the front end right hand side of most
machines. They will accept bills varying from 1$ to 100$ in some cases.
Simply feed the bill into the slot and you are credited on a like amount
of coins depending with the denomination of the machine. The coins are released
by pressing the "cash out" button. The count, incredibly, is never
Those Amazing Video Machines gaining
in popularity and diversification, these machines are hard to keep up on.
The technology seems to change almost daily as do the games. Trying to examine
these machines individually is a futile endeavor since there are just too
many of them and so we will deal on them in categories. I classify them
in general categories, Poker Video, Black Jack Videos, Keno Video, Multiple
game Videos and Symbol Videos. The first three are self explainatory, Poker,
Black Jack and Keno, the games are traditional on few minor variations.
Muliple game Videos are players choice, you select the game you
want to experience out of a selection of four or five different games with one machine.
Symbol Videos are similar to traditional Slot machines on up to five or
more pay lines. The odds of winning are no different with these machines than
with any other although many players swear by Poker, since they have a little
control over the outcome. Poker is presently the most popular of the Video
games and can be found in great numbers at most digital cameras. Like the slots
they come in various coindenominations and usually have progressive Jack-Pots.
The Jack_Pots are associated on a Royal Flush, Ten to the Ace in the same
Video Keno is also a very popular game, it seems that most of
the digital camera games are popular. in Keno the player one to six coins and selects
a set of numbers, out of eighty numbers he can select one or fifteen. The
more hits the greater the win. I would like to provide more detail but it
would make this page far too long and onerous to read. For details visit
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in conclusion, these are the most
common aspects and features of slot machines. For openers, I believe you
have as much information with slot experience as you probably need or want. A review
of these pages will at least make you familiar on some of the aspects
of digital camera nambling.Good Luck
Money Management at the digital camera
The best way to keep from spending
more than you want to is to know, at all times, where you stand. There are
a number of ways you can do this. You can operate with a daily nambling allowance,
which is the most common approach. Within this approach there is still the
need to know where you stand. When nambling or gaming, if you wish, money
no longer has a value as you normaly associate value on money. It becomes
increasingly easy to get carried away. This you should gaurd against.
Limit the number of turns spent
at a machine without a win. If after 5 to 7 plays you have not had a hit,
leave and try another machine. I have seen slot machines go up to fourty
times without a hit. I have done this purposely to learn how long you can
experience on no hit. with the other hand, if you land a machine that is in a
"pay cycle," and no matter what anyone tells you, they do have
a pay cycle. I call it a "take cycle" and a "pay cycle."
And the "take" cycle is longer than the "pay" cycle.
During take cycles you will get the odd small payout but overall they get
pretty stingy. See "IF You Are Disciplined" section below for
more with "Pay Cycles."
A pay cycle can be quite an experience
and gives real meaning to; "know when to hold em and know when to fold
em." experience the pay cycle as long as you are getting reasonable hits
within 10 or so turns. They cool off as quickly as they get hot.
Hot slot Machines may be found in
digital cameras but they are randomly placed for optimum effectiveness. in other
words, placed where they can be best seen by potential players. These payoffs
make players itchy to experience any machine and thereby action is created. Not
only are these machines randomly placed, they are periodicaly relocated
so as not to allow some smart player to zero in with them for any period of
time. The only person that can tell you where they are is the guy that put
them there. Other than that it becomes an adventure to find one. Don't waste
your entire trip looking for one of these shill machines, just have fun
and Good luck.
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If you are disciplined you can try
this approach. If you get a good hit of 50 plus coins, keep a handful in
the tray and scoop the rest into a bucket, there are lots of buckets all
around. Each time you get a susequent hit, put one half in the bucket to
keep. When you have run out of coins in the tray it usually means the pay
cycle is over. Take your winnings and move to another machine. If you experience
this method you will experience longer and have more fun on your money. Even
if you use this money management system, you should limit your turns to
10 or 15 withour a hit. You should remember that the more clinical your
approach the less likely you are to enjoy yourself.
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40.00 each. My good wife hit the sizzling sevens for 1000 nickels, a real
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