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Casinos: General Tips
First, a word about books on slot machines. We've heard all kinds of claims about casinos - Land or On line - systems to play slot
machines. Be very wary of any such claims.
Many of such casinos systems are based on how slot machines used to work and the casinos would
probably have considered them cheating anyway.
The best strategies for playing slots today center around money management, as boring as
that may sound.
Since today's slots are all actually computers at heart, casinos money management techniques are the best way to keep playing
long enough to find the best machines.
We suggest you don't buy books that haven't been revised in 7 or 8 years. We also suggest
that you get recommendations from other players.
It's important to know that regardless of what the casino has posted as the slot
Casinos: Payout percentage, it is just an average.
So there are machines that will pay better than others, but all will average out to the
The casino spreads the better paying machines out strategically around the casino. We've read all kinds of tips about
how the casinos do this.
However, the casino executives are pretty smart.
They change their tactics in this regard all the time. They
only have one goal, to spread the noise of winning around so it
entices you to keep playing.
The only way to really find these machines is manage your money and test for them. But they don't change them on a daily basis.
So if you frequent a particular casino
and find a machine that pays well, that's a good place to start next
time you go back.
Here are some good money management techniques
that may give you a better opportunity to find the
Casinos: Hot machines. Which one is best?
The one that works best for
you. Which machines are best? The ones you enjoy playing the most.
One time through method for smaller bankrolls. With this method
you put your bankroll through a single machine one time. However,
you don't play any credits
You take those and move on, or go home. This can work pretty
well, but if you hit
a few cold machines in a
row your day may be over quicker than you planned.
A better variation on the above method is to break your bankroll
down into $20 or so increments. You only put one increment through a
- - If it does pretty well play another increment. If not, move
on. But again, try to resist playing the credits that you win. Or at
least put a portion of them back.
Our preferred method. If you sit and play any machine long enough
you'll run into a winning streak of some sort, that is if you don't
end up broke first.
A better approach is to limit what you're going
to play in any one machine unless it is hitting. If you reach that
limit, move on to another machine and try it.
For example, we'll try to spend no more than what it takes for 10-15
spins with maximum coins.
- If we hit nothing we move on. By 'nothing'
we mean not even a cherry, Casinos: mixed
bars, or single Casinos: wild symbol.
We don't count getting our coins returned for three
as a hit, it's just a free spin. If we do hit we may stay for
another ten spins or so but it depends on what we hit in those ten
spins and also what our gut feel is.
Don't discount your instinct.
In any event we don't replay all of our winnings.
Casinos: A variation on our preferred method is use to only one coin for
the 10-15 spin test.
- If it hits well enough we move up to maximum coins and keep playing.
However, our experience is that this sometimes costs us a considerable win.
- If during the test spins we hit something big we are awarded less credits than
- if we had played the max.
- If we move up to the maximum coins and keep playing but
find that the big win was just a fluke on that machine, we can
easily lose as much or more than we had won.
If we had played max coins during the test we would be further ahead.
For example, if we play one coin for 10 spins on a 3 coin machine and hit
triple bars for a 30 credit win we may then move up to 3 coin play.
But if we
don't hit anything in the next 10 spins we quit and we're down 10
coins (30 won - 10 for the test - 30 played at the max).
we had played the max for the test the triple bars would have given
us a 90 credit win and we would be 30 credits up (90 won - 30 for
the test - 30 played after the win).
Of course, given how today's
slot machines work we may not have hit the triple bars if we had
played three coins. It would have taken a millisecond or two longer
to drop the coins and so we would likely have missed that spin.
So this still may be a good alternative method,
especially if your bankroll isn't as much you'd like. If you find a
hot machine with this method you may still end up taking home some
OK, so now you have a hot machine. You've put your bankroll
through it and have several hundred credits built up. When do you
quit? Ideally as soon as the bankroll is gone.
Cash out and take
your winnings home for the next trip.
Realistically, you need to at
least set a limit that you will not go below. If you are ahead you
want to stay that way. If you're not you should quit that machine
right away (and probably should have earlier).
A method we sometimes
use is to try to stay ahead no less than 20-25% of the original
money we put into the machine. If we play $40 through a quarter
machine (that's 160 credits) we might play down to 200 credits, but
But even if we're a lot farther ahead than that, if things
turn cold (no hits in 10-20 spins) we quit. At that point we at
least try to put back what we're ahead and if we keep playing we
stick to our original bankroll.
If we don't, we usually go home
saying to each other, "we should have quit when we had those four
buckets full," or something like.
Sound familiar? Try to stick to
playing only your original bankroll and try not to replay the
credits you win.
If you find that things aren't going as well as you hoped but
you're not ready to quit, consider moving down in denomination.
If you've been playing
quarters, consider trying a nickel machine. You'll extend your play
without going over your original bankroll. However, be careful about
going the other way! If you set out to play quarters and you start
winning, stick with quarters and go home a winner. Plan your next
trip to play dollars.
You have to have a money management technique
and stick to it if you want to go home with money on most trips. If
you find yourself more often than not going home with nothing to
show for the bankroll you spent, you need to rethink how you're
managing your money and play.
How much of a bankroll do you need? We'll give you the general
rule of thumb that we try to work with. You may adjust it up or down
depending on your financial situation and comfort level.
We like to
use the ten-spin method explained above to find a good machine. We'd
like to be able to try at least 15-20 machines. If we know we're
likely to play mostly 3 coin machines that means we need 450-600
coins (3 coins X 10 spins X 20 machines).
So if we're playing
quarters we like to take around $150 per player. For dollar machines
that would be $600. For nickel machines $30. We time our trips based
on when we are able to afford these levels.
Whatever you decide to take as your bankroll the most important
principle is to not go over it. Once you get into that habit you'll
soon be calling 1-800-BETSOFF.
Take your stake in cash and if
possible leave your credit cards, check book, and ATM cards at home,
in your room or in the hotel safe. If you have to leave the casino
to get them you'll be more likely to re-think the situation. This is
difficult to do when you're traveling.
But you can still set a time
limit for yourself. Once that time is up, take a break outside of
the casino and re-think your strategy. Is it time to quit for the
day? Are you ahead or down? Have you eaten in the last eight hours?
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