Slot machine Handles
Not too long ago, slot-machine players were looked down upon as second grade customers at the casinos. Their jackpots were small, payout percentages were appalling and slot players were not eligible for any kind of complimentary services or bonuses like free rooms, meals and shows that are commonly allotted to the table players. Over the last few years, this slot game has earned respect at the casinos as it contributes to over 70% revenues of a casino. Almost 80% of the first time visitors to casinos walk over to the slots.
The pull of the game lies in its simplicity. Just drop coins in the slot machine and push the button or pull the handle. In addition, most newcomers find dealers and other players at the tables slightly intimidating. Moreover, the largest, lifestyle-changing jackpots in the casino are offered on the slot.
How to play Slot Machines
Penny and nickel video games and reel spinning games are the most popular slots. Most reel spinners take up to 2 or 3 coins at a time while video slots can take 45, 90 and even as high as 500 credits at a time.
Almost all slot machines are fitted with currency acceptors. Just slide a bill into the slot and equivalent amount of credits is displayed on a meter. On reel spinning slots, push a button marked “play one credit” till such time that you have reached the number of coins you wish to play. Hit the “spin reels” button or pull the handle on those slots that still have handles. Alternatively, you could hit a button marked “play max credits” which play the maximum coins allowed on that machine.
On video slots, push one button for the number of paylines that you want to activate, and a second button for the number of credits wagered per line. A common configuration has nine paylines on which you can bet 1 to 5 credits.
Many reel-spinning machines have a single payout line painted across the center of the glass in front of the reels. Some may have three, even five payout lines, each corresponding to a coin placed. Symbols that stop on a payout line determine whether a player wins. A common set of symbols could be cherries, bars, double bars, triple bars and sevens.
A single cherry on the payout line might pay back two coins. The player might get 10 coins for 3 of any bars, 30 for 3 single bars, 60 for 3 double bars, 120 for 3 triple bars and the jackpot for 3 sevens. However, many of the stops on each reel will be blanks, and a combination that includes blanks pays nothing.
Video slots usually have representations of five reels spinning on a video screen. Payouts run not only straight across the reels, but also in V’s, upside down V’s and zig-zags across the screen. Nearly all have a minimum of 5 paylines. Most have even up to 50 paylines.
Video slots also feature bonus rounds and scatter pays. Designated symbols trigger a scatter pay, if 2, 3 or more of them appear on the screen, even if they are all not on the same payline.
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