How to Win on Slot Machines

Pechanga Insider Ep. 1: Are slot devices rigged?





In this episode VP of Slots, Buddy Frank explains the random generator. Get an within look at how a slot machine and the jackpot course of action is effective!

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16 comments

  1. bullshit pal, you are a massive liar. RNG my ass, they areaall server based. Thet can change the damn odds any t time they want. Fuck the In dian Casinos. Everyone loses.

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  2. yup 100% nuff said lol 😉

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  3. general tip i can give,
    never play more than a dollar on a slot the win % on most don't line up the way you expect.

    don't play a machine that just gave you more than $5 without giving a feature. this ones are just going to keep taking the next couple hundred with the same system.

    dont play one that gave you a bad feature, or nothing on that roll. It wont do it again, and if it does expect this for about the next 10.

    if a machine is showing feature symbols and all the good shit that… just.. missed…. get off it.

    play what you came in with not whats in the machine.. if you play $50, on $1 spins… play 50 spins. youll save money in the long run.

    the more you play the less chance you have of walking out up

    why?
    if you play $1, it gives you its return value of lets say 85%. The machine has given you what it believes is a full $1 back.
    you play again with your 85c and takes its 85%,

    after 5 times of this the machine only has to give you 44c to your original dollar,

    they arent good investments. if youre going to play, do it for the enjoyment out of it.. and before you play think of the amount of time it takes to spin 100times, and equate that to what you could be doing with your $15 youre EXPECTED to lose.

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  4. They are rigged. The casino can alter payout and jackpots remotely now. The gaming commision does not give a rats ass about it. Stay out of casinos and get a savings account.

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  5. bullshit! don't trust any one  who talk about slot inside casino. he is paid by casino. he is not going tell you that slots are rigged from inside casino !

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  6. slot machines work on a percentage payout that means they are rigged, u sponsored muppet

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  7. I call B.S. It seems as though the old IGT reel machines lock up a few seconds after a certain number of spins, and after the lockup, the machine either has a massive winning streak or turns ice cold. Probably switching internal pay tables at random.

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  8. you have to also take into consideration here that the Casino has "plausible deniability" in most if not all of them. Any blackjack table that has an auto shuffler or a continuous shuffle has no bearing on the casino, those are not owned by the casino and are owned and rented out by a separate company, in this case, the Casino has plausible deniability. Now, If that separate company lets say shufflemaster which I believe was bought out, but lets use them anyway. Shufflemaster rents out those auto shufflers to the casinos which actually cost around $4,000 to $5,000 a month per Auto shuffler. Both Shufflemaster and the casino need to make something off of these otherwise the Casino wouldn't bother using these machines. They act just like a slot machine and basically are a slot machine only with a person grabbing the card physically to give it to you. All of these machines are set up in the casinos favor, if they weren't the Casino would get their business from someone else.

    Everyone looks at the casino for the rigging of things which is actually not the place to look since the casinos again don't own any of it, not the tables or the slot machines. In fact the only thing they would own is the tables for texas hold'em poker. I would say look at the company's that are making these machines, not the casinos. Companies like Bally (which by the way bought and owns all of Shuffle Master), Aristocrat, IGT, WMS, Atronic, GTECH, etc etc. They are the ones that will rig them because they need the money in return from the casinos which also need the money.

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  9. It's pretty nice that a casino does this! Great marketing!

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  10. Yeah, you can also edit code what is inside the slot machine, and its already happening @ online gaming sites, you can check it for example @ neverfold youtuber  who have catch some of these cheaters.

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  11. If the casino generate s 45 million in jackpots a month how much is pumped into the slots?

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  12. Great job Pechanga! Keep these videos coming !!!!

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  13. Yes, they are.

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  14. Great video!  I still like my conspiracy theory's better!

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  15. Pretty simple!  If only everyone knew this. 🙂

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  16. Neat explanation, but what determines if I'm lucky or not?

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