Winning at Slots
If you love to play the slot machines, don’t be suckered into buying one of the “sure fire systems” to beat them that you may come across in a newspaper, magazine, “infomercial”, or in a direct mail advertisement. They’re all a big waste of money. The only “sure fire” thing about them is the profit it will generate for the developer.
It’s this simple: There are no systems to guarantee that you’ll win. When you play slot machines you’re playing a game of pure chance. The odds are always stacked against you because the computer chip that governs slot machine play is programmed to guarantee a profit for the casino. Period!
If you’re looking for a rational approach to “getting an edge” in slot play, consider these game plans: (A): “Smoke out” the machines that appear to be programmed to return a higher percentage of money back to the players or (B): Employ wise slot machine play along with prudent money management. My advice is to opt for strategy (B).
The widely accepted and recommended way to play the slots is to always play the maximum number of coins on each spin. For example, if you’re playing a 2-coin machine, drop in two coins every time. Similarly, if you’re playing a 3-coin machine, drop in three coins every time. The only problem is, cold machines can wipe out a $50 session bankroll in a hurry. If you’re playing a 2-coin dollar machine, 10 pulls with no return will eat up a twenty dollar bill in a minute.
In spite of the risk of catching cold machines, dropping in the maximum coins is the best way to play, but ONLY if you’re playing a progressive machine or if you’re playing a particular …