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Winning at Slots
02-09-2009, 03:41 AM (This post was last modified: 03-31-2009 08:58 AM by KillJoy.)
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Winning at Slots
Casino gambling is often played with a gambling strategy in mind. This is however not normally the case with slot machines. Many players simply pump in their credits, pull on the arm – or in the case of a virtual casino, hit the spin button and hope to hit the jackpot.

But actually there's much more to winning at slots than simply hitting spin.

Firstly, you need to realize that it's not all about the slots jackpot. Putting your hopes on hitting the jackpot will be costly and not to mention disappointing. Although it's true that the jackpot will hit soon or later, don't expect to hit it in the first couple of rounds you play. This would be extremely lucky!

Secondly, know when to stop. This means knowing when to stop whether you're winning or losing. There is no use beating a dead horse. Therefore if your machine is as cold as ice, it's time to move on to another machine.

Thirdly, try to mix up you bets – max betting will ensure that you get the biggest possible payout for every winning combination but it will only drain your funds quickly if you don't win in the early rounds of your game. So try placing a few smaller bets and when you feel the machine is about to hit a winning combination, bet big...

But if you seriously want to be a successful gambler you shouldn't play slots because they require no skill what so ever and the winning odds are not in your favor. Rather try playing games where you can have an edge, like Poker, Blackjack, Craps...

"Depend on the rabbit's foot if you will, but remember it didn't work for the rabbit." - R. E. Shay
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