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Would You Have Believed That You Could Win $150 or More an Hour on Slot Machines Without Hitting Any Jackpots?

I know I didn't!

Winning consistently on slot machines is one of the most difficult things you could ever hope to accomplish! Slot machines are notoriously fickle. Sometimes you win, mostly you lose, but consistent winnings are not usually in the cards for patrons of the aptly named one-armed bandits.  

In the "good ol days" there were a number of successful systems which could be used against the old mechanical slot machines. Have you been in a casino lately and tried to find one of these babies? They're gone. Disappeared. Replaced.

In their place are legions of computer controlled gadgets sporting lights, bells, gimmicks galore, lots of action, and a poorer chance of winning than their mechanical cousins of days gone by.

Until now. I would not have believed what I am about to tell you if I had not experienced it myself.

There is a way to beat these computers, disguised as slot machines. And the secret lies in the very precision in which these machines are programmed to play.

How Can You Beat a Machine Programmed to Only Pay Back 97.3% of the Money Played?  

The casino executives pride themselves on the predictability of the new slot machines. If a machine is programmed to pay back 97.3%, then over time, the machine will return this percentage, or very close to it. How could the casinos lose since no slot machine is ever programmed to pay more than 99% of the coins played in it?

It took a mathematical and statistical whiz to answer this question. Lawrence Steele is one of the brainiest people I know, and one of the reasons I admire him so much is that he uses his skills to solve practical problems.

He is definitely not one of those "pie in the sky" type of intellectuals. Lawrence has spent a great deal of time in casinos (my kind of guy) and has spent the last year playing and analyzing slot machines. And guess what? He has come up with the most incredible way of beating slot machines that I have ever seen.

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About Slot Machines

Microprocessors are commonly called "chips" and are really miniature computers working with other electronic components using integrated circuits to control the machines.  Here the microprocessor controls all aspects of the slot including the reels.

  Programmed into each slot are formulas which are translated into certain combinations and arrangements of the symbols which appear on the reels.  As part of this process, random numbers are generated by the microprocessor and these numbers are used to determine the symbols appearing on the reels and consequently, the payoffs.

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Slots Math

All gaming machines are designed to pay the player back a percentage of what is played.  The amounts vary from machine to machine and from casino to casino.  All machines have one thing in common:  The longer the machine is played, the closer the actual payouts will be to the theoretical results.  

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Finding the Best Slot Machines!

Everyone who has ever played slots for at least five minutes seems to feel that they are qualified to find the best slot machine.

"Best" usually means the "loosest" slot, meaning that the machine seems to pay out more coins than have been played, at least for a time period.  There are as many theories as there are people on how to find this elusive machine.

  Some people believe strictly in luck.  If they were wearing their lucky hat the last time that they played and won, then they will ascribe their luck to this hat and be sure to wear it every time they play.

Here's how slot pros pick the best paying slot machines - 

 

 

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