Not True Slot
If you hit big on a machine you won't hit again.
Not true! - Slot machines have a computer chip that operates the
random number generator that causes a variation from 1 to several
billion combinations in a matter of milliseconds beginning the second
you spin. Whatever the number the random number generator is on in that
split second that you spun is what you see on the screen. This number is
compared by the computer chip, to a table in the memory and the result
is the combination you spun.
The casino can, at will, loosen the slots or tighten them up.
Not true! - The payout rates are set and can not be changed by the
casinos and these rates are audited by outside companies insuring fair
play. You must consider that a reputable casino puts it's reputation on
a very high set of standards and even attempting to change the payouts
would risk the integrity that the casino has built for itself.
If a machine hasn't hit in awhile it is due to hit.
Not true! - . The games are totally random due to the Random Number
Generator and do not 'remember' when it hit last and does not predict
when it will hit again. I have played at land based casinos and sat at a
particular machine for hours several days in a row and it never hit. And
on the same train of thought, I have hit a particular machine two or
three times in one sitting.
If you get up from a machine and someone else sits down and hits
the big one, this means that if you hadn't moved you would have won.
Not true! - No matter whether it's you or the next person in line, the
spinner must hit the spin button at the precise time that the Random
Number Generator lines up with the winning combination. The odds of you
hitting the button at the same millisecond as the 'next' player are not
You are least likely to win at a slot machine.
Not true! - . Slot machines have among the highest payouts of any
video gambling machines.
Odds are changed to pay higher on weekends or other high traffic
Not true! Again going back to the integrity of the casino and the
ability to change the payouts, the casino has no control over this as it
is all done with the Random Number Generator and in the case of land
based casinos, the machines arrive at the casino with the Random Number
All winning combinations have an equal chance of being hit:.
Not true! -. The larger the payout on a win, the smaller the
chance a player has to get that win. Therefore, a player most likely
will win many small combinations in a sitting,
and winning the actual big payoff has a much less probability of being
hit. This is why it is called gambling, you're taking a chance and have
no assurances of winning but you
do have the promise of a fair chance.
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