The most common question asked for new slot players is "How do we play". Hopefully these questions help. Each and every slot machine is different so always check the "help" option for basics of the machine.
Slot machines no longer take coins. They accept bills of all denominations, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. When you are finished playing that machine press the "cashout" button. The machine will print an IVS ticket out and those tickets may be transferred from machine to machine or can be cashed out with the cashiers.
You can redeem your slot tickets with our cash cage cashiers.
At Chances we have 0.01, 0.02, 0.05, 0.10, 0.25, and $1.00 slot machines.
Pay lines are where you win your money! In simple terms, if matching symbols are aligned on any pay line, you win the amount specified by the pay table. The number of pay lines varies from 1, to as much as 100 plus. With multiple pay line slot games, you can also win more than once over all the pay lines.
However, on multiple pay line slots, you have a choice on how many pay lines you want to play on. Playing on the maximum number of pay lines will cost you more, but will increase your chance of winning.
Well that depends on the denomination of the machine. Easiest way to calculate is how many lines you choose to play times and the denomination of the machine. ie. You choose to play 20 lines on a 0.02 machine 20×0.02=0.40 a spin.
Every machine is different. Some offer 1 to 100 lines. Check the help button or payout button will show you the different pay lines and symbols needed for bonus rounds.
Yes. All the results on slots are random as the machines operate on the Random Number Generator which is constantly checked to make sure the games are totally random and honest.
Yes. Different symbols are more likely to come out on reels that the others that is to make sure the prizes are fair. This is the way the odds are calculated.
There is no perfect system for beating slots. Playing slots is a game based on luck only. Therefore, you will not be able to find anything special that will help you win at slots. Overall, the longer you play, the more you’ll lose. What you need to do is look at playing slots as entertainment and fun, with a chance of a reward. Don’t ever expect to win or you may walk away disappointed.
Some slot machines have the payout percentage on them, others will have it hidden away in the "Help" or the "Payout" option.
This couldn’t be further from the truth. Every spin of a slot machine is random, and follows no set pattern at all. If a machine seems to be paying out more or less at some times that is because you’ve got luck on your side with the random numbers being generated. This is no guarantee that any machine will continue running hot or cold for any amount of time.
Even though this is somewhat true with the generation of random numbers, the chances of being able to get this just right are billions against you. As we’ve said, the slot machines generate 100’s of random numbers every second, and for you to get that one micro-second where they all line up right is a very long shot, and close to impossible, it’s impossible for the human brain to act on that impulse because reaction time between when your brain tells you to hit the button, and you muscles actually move your finger to hit the button are in fractions of seconds, and by that time, 100 or more numbers have flown past. So it doesn’t benefit you to stop your spin.