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How many free wins can I get from a slot machines?

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Today, in this blog, we will discuss how slot machines at RoseSlots work and their basics which will give you a sound understanding of slots to optimize your winning probability. 

Remember: you need to understand the average payout 

Don’t get deceived by casino advertisements that promise an average payout of 90% because the fine print is contrary to this. What they don’t want you to know is that you lose 10 cents from every dollar that you insert in their machine. In the long run, this means that your expected winnings are minus 10% of every dollar every time your money goes through their machines. 

Also bear in mind that casinos nowadays are designing their slots to go faster and faster between the spins. Some machines can even play up to 25 spins in an hour. This way you won’t have much time to enjoy your $100 before it’s gone. 

As mentioned earlier, casino adverts state their average payouts as high as 95%. The worst part is this applies to only a few machines, and the casinos won’t strive to disclose this information. It is up to you to check the fine print before playing (don’t expect to find them posted on the center or front). 

Warning: it’s better to have a strategy 

When playing at slot machines, you will get varying advice about using nickel, quarter, or dollars and whether you should max out the number of coins at your bet or not. Here are a few tips to help maximize your wins at the slots. 

The basics of slots boil down to the following:

  • Know the gaming rues
  • Know your winning probability
  • Dismiss any myths
  • Know your expected payouts
  • Quit while you are still ahead 

Which machines to play at – dollar, nickel, or quarter? 

The machines which have a higher denomination have a high chance of giving the best payouts. It’s safe to play at a level that you are most comfortable with and allows you to play for the maximum time you are allotted. If better payouts run over your head, then don’t bet more than you can afford to lose. 

Warning: decide how many coins you want to play at a time 

The thought of playing more coins at a time sounds fun. Slot machines confess to requiring a single penny per spin, but you get this rate only if you wish to bet at this rate. The machine will tempt you to bet more than a penny per spin and in fact some machines do allow you to bet at least 1000 coins per spin. 

Slot machines take paper bills of every denomination as well as credit cards. Slot machines go faster on pennies, than they do on paper bills. This way you will quickly lose track of the amount you have spent. Pennies may not be worthwhile after all but this can increase your winning probability on slot machines.