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Slots are the most popular game in the majority of casinos nowadays, surpassing even Roulette in popularity. Simple in nature, the player just makes a wager, the reels spin, and the round’s results are presented. Unlike Table, Card, and Video Poker games, Slots games do not rely on real-world devices that indicate natural probabilities (i.e. the majority of people understand that the likelihood of obtaining a 5 when rolling a six-sided die is 1 in 6) and instead use a wide array of distinct symbols. This enables game developers to establish a diverse variety of game settings and House Edge values inside a single game without ever deceiving a player about the possibility of a given event occurring.
The Slot Machine’s History
Originally dubbed the One Armed Bandit owing to the big lever – or arm – on the side of early machines, the nature of gambling mixed with the usual high House Edge associated with Slots games sometimes left players feeling robbed after play (understandably).
Sittman and Pitt brought the first slot machine game to New York in the late 1800’s. This machine dispensed playing cards through five ‘Drums’ (reels). The round’s outcome was then decided by the strength of the player’s poker hand. Unlike current machines, this game did not pay out money; instead, players who obtained a solid poker hand while playing the machines – which were often situated in bars – were entitled to a variety of consumables given by the bar.
The first real slot machine – one that paid out rewards in cash – was designed in the late nineteenth century by Charles Fey. The Liberty Bell machine streamlined the older card-based game by reducing it to three reels and replacing the cards with fruit symbols and numerals. A ‘Liberty Bell’ was one among the emblems utilized, thus the name. Additionally, three Liberty Bell symbols on a line indicated the maximum reward. Because there were fewer reels, there were fewer potential winning combinations to account for, simplifying the mechanics of automating the payment mechanism.
The ‘Bell’ design was so successful that other other organizations began creating devices with Bell symbols.
At this moment in history, gambling was deemed prohibited in a number of US states. To circumvent this limitation, early machines often distributed fruit-flavored chewing gum instead of cash rewards, hence the moniker ‘Fruit Machines.’ This technique has long been abandoned, since cash was at danger of being repaid with monetary returns.
The first slots machines had three or five reels – reels are the lengthy vertical strips of symbols that revolve vertically while the machine is played – and displayed one symbol per reel. These reels had a predetermined sequence of symbols, which were often unique on each reel. Due to the physical nature of the reels, there were only a finite number of possible combinations of symbols, which created difficulty – because the reels were equally likely to stop on any specific position, even if the reels were set in such a way that only one way for the top paying combination of symbols could occur without creating indefensibly long reels, the top paying combination would still occur far too frequently to allow for large jackpots. The jackpot combination would occur about once every 1000 spins with ten symbols on each reel. The original answer to this difficulty was to increase the number of symbols on the reels — this helped somewhat but did not totally resolve the issue, since the designers’ ultimate goal was to give multimillion-dollar jackpots.
With the advancement of computer technology in the 1980’s, slots games shifted away from physical reels that were restricted in size and symbol density to ‘virtual reels’. A virtual reel may be as long or as short as the game creator desires; by employing electronic displays rather of real reels, computer code can specify the arrangement of the symbols on each reel as well as the reel’s length. Without regard for the actual space necessary to accommodate the symbols, each symbol may now appear in as many spots as the programmer desires, enabling the chances of the top jackpot combinations to be altered to accommodate very enormous payouts. Slot machines have quickly become the most popular game in every casino since that time.
Modern slot machines have between three and nine reels (possibly more, but nine is the maximum we’ve encountered online – some games treat each symbol position as a separate reel, resulting in technically more reels but the player still sees between three and nine vertical strips), with five reels being the most common. In general, each reel will have between one and five symbols, with three to five being the most prevalent.
Various Reel Layouts
While the conventional single-reel slot machine is by far the most popular sort of game on the market at the present, new and imaginative game designs are being introduced all the time. Several significant instances are shown below;
Multi-Game — The multi-game format clusters many identical slots games on the screen (most usually four), enabling the user to simultaneously play numerous instances of the same game.
Variable Reel Sizes – The majority of slot games include the same amount of symbols on each reel, for example, a 5×3 grid. Notable games that have departed from this format include IGT’s Siberian Storm, Star Trek Against All Odds, and Sumatran Storm, as well as Net Entertainment’s Reel Rush, which features diamond-shaped reels with fewer symbols at the extremities, IGT’s Wolf Rising, which features a double stacked reel (5×8), and IGT’s DaVinci Diamonds Dual Play and Masques of San Marco, which feature two sets of reels stacked on top of
IGT’s Midas Millions likewise has hexagonal symbols in a honeycombed pattern.
Multi-Spin – Multi-spin games are similar to multi-hand Video Poker in that the player is presented with an initial set of symbols and must choose which ones to retain. After that, the rejected symbols are replaced. Many of these games have repeating symbols on many instances of the reel, allowing for the simultaneous play of multiple games in a single round. Unlike other slots games, these sorts of games do have an optimum player strategy, according to the player’s choices. Although the majority of software companies have been hesitant to provide these techniques, precise mapping of the reels enables derivation of the right approach. The following are the Multi-Spin games that we are aware of:
IGT 3 Reel Hold Up
Microgaming’s Enchanted Forest
Playtech’s Goblin’s Cave
Playtech’s Ocean Princess
Playtech’s Tropic Reels
Playtech’s Ugga Bugga
This collection is by no means complete, and many more varieties will undoubtedly emerge in the years to come.
The early slot machines had a single payline running horizontally across the center of the reels. Only symbols that landed on this line would be included in any winning combination. Modern machines frequently employ a greater number of paylines, which are defined as a path across the reels along which two or more matching symbols in a row – typically beginning on the left side of the reels – on an active payline (depending on the game and the symbol, additional matching symbols may be required) generate a win.
Slots games often have their own way for calculating paylines. The paytable of the majority of machines will specify the paylines and will pay only combinations of matched symbols occurring left to right along an active payline (one the player has chosen to wager on). However, there are exceptions to this rule. Certain games pay out combos in reverse order (with non-matching symbols in between), while others pay right to left (or both left to right and right to left).
The introduction of the ‘Multi-Way’ pay method in online slots games is a new development. All major online slot companies provide the Multi-Way system, however we think it was initially launched by IGT. Rather of utilizing fixed paylines, in Multi-Way games, any two or three matching symbols anywhere on adjacent reels beginning on the left side of the screen results in a win. This is the equivalent of 243 paylines with three symbols and 1043 paylines with two symbols.
As is the case with many card games, a Wild symbol on a slot machine may substitute for any other symbol on the reels. This implies that even if the symbol does not match, it is treated as if it did and may be treated as a separate symbol on other paylines (if the Wild symbol happens to fall in a position where it is on multiple paylines). Frequently, Wild symbols will add a multiplier to the usual win, increasing the value of the combination if it contains a Wild symbol. Occasionally, the multiplier is fixed, but in other games, the multiplier is determined randomly at the conclusion of the spin.
There are other variants on the standard Wild symbol, which we will quickly cover.
Expanding Wild Symbols – Certain games, such as Cryptologic’s King Kong, have expanding wild symbols. When a wild symbol appears – sometimes any wild symbol, but most often on a certain reel or in a specific condition – the wild symbol expands to encompass the whole reel, becoming a complete Wild reel.
Other slot games have stacked wild symbols, in which the wild symbols are piled one on top of the other on the reels, and as a result, any symbol on one or more reels might become wild.
Multiplying Wild Symbol – is a sort of wild symbol that will randomly transform other symbols into wild symbols – a good example of this type of wild symbol is the Fire and Lightning wild symbols in Net Entertainment’s Frankenstein slots game.
Moving Wild Symbol – One of the most innovative wild symbols we’ve seen is the wagering wild symbol from Net Entertainment’s Jack and the Beanstalk slot game. When a wild symbol appears anywhere on the reels during this game, you are paid and then the wild is relocated one place to the left and the reels are re-spun at no additional cost to you. This process is repeated until the wild symbol reaches reel one. There are several more variants of the Wild symbol that you’ll come across as you explore other online casinos.
Locking Wild Symbol — When a Locking Wild symbol appears, it will remain in place for a period of spins. This sort of Wild symbol is more prevalent in extra features that include Free Spins. Locking Wild symbols may be featured on IGT’s Ghostbusters slot machine and Net Entertainment’s Starburst slot machine.
There are a few exceptions to this rule, which we’ll discuss below.
Symbols of Dispersal
Scatter symbols are really simple to comprehend – rather from being needed to appear in a row on a payline, merely having two or more of them anywhere on the reels (depending on the game) qualifies you for a payment. Almost often, Wild symbols cannot be used in place of Scatter symbols. Scatter symbols are currently seen in the majority of online games and are often utilized to activate extra features.
Bonus features were the single most important element in increasing slot game popularity. The fundamental concept is that a trigger inside the game suspends regular play and launches a second tier game with a much larger chance of winning huge amounts and no additional wagering requirement for the player.
Bonus features with free spins – Bonus features with free spins are one of the most prevalent sorts of bonus features in Slots games. When the feature is activated – most often when three or more of the same Scatter symbol appear anywhere on the reels during a single spin – the player is rewarded a predefined number of spins without having to make any further bets. By default, these spins are played with the same amount of coins and paylines as the original wager that triggered the Complimentary Spins.
Many games will play the free spins on a distinct set of reels, either to boost the player’s chances of winning or to match a different component of the game’s theme.
Additional rewards are often offered during the Free Spins. Additions that are often encountered include multipliers applied to all winnings (which may be constant during the free spins or change from spin to spin), extra Wild symbols or unique Wild symbol behavior (Locking/Expanding wilds), and additional scatter symbols.
While the majority of Free Spin features are activated by certain symbols appearing on the reels in a single spin, or sometimes randomly at the conclusion of a spin, some newer games have ‘bank’ elements that enable players to work their way toward free spins. Microgaming’s Scrooge or The Dark Knight Rises and Net Entertainment’s ‘Robin Hood Shifting Riches’ are also examples of this sort of feature.
These bank-style Free Spin features are often played out using the average coin size and paylines used during the feature’s triggering spin, although they have been known to be set to the coin size and paylines used during the feature’s triggering spin. This has resulted in some significant issues involving Microgaming and RealTime Gaming softwares, where players have placed low bets while earning the majority of the feature and then increased their bets to trigger the final part of the feature, resulting in some intelligent players winning substantial sums of money that the casinos were unwilling to pay.
Pick Bonus Features – Generally, selecting bonus features will send the player to a new screen displaying a variety of items or symbols related to the game’s subject. The player then has the option of selecting a certain number of items, with each object providing a reward, or continuing to choose objects until a specified symbol or alert is discovered, which triggers the bonus feature’s conclusion. Microgaming’s ‘Tomb Raider Secrets of the Sword’ is an excellent example of this sort of feature.
While the Free Spin and Pick bonus features are by far the most often seen in Slots, there are a plethora of other bonus features available. The following are some of the games with the most intriguing additional features we’ve seen that weren’t mentioned before;
Megadeth – Leander Games
Evolution – Net Entertainment, Elements – The Awakening – Net Entertainment, Aliens, Scarface – Net Entertainment, Magic Portals – Net Entertainment, Jack Hammer 2 – Fishy Business – Net Entertainment
Monopoly Plus, Dungeons and Dragons Treasures of Icewind Dale, Transformers: Battle for Cybertron, and Dungeons and Dragons Fortress of Fortune are all available from IGT.
Call of Duty 4 – Modern Warfare, Cryptologic – Time Machine, Horns & Halos
The Avengers, Spider-Man – Attack of the Green Goblin, Pink Panther, X-Men, and Alien Hunter are all available from Playtech.
Rival – Keep Rocking!
Greedy Goblins by Betsoft
Battlestar Galactica, Avalon II: Quest for the Grail, Immortal Romance, and Gold Factory are all Microgaming titles.
Progressive Jackpots are often connected with slot machines. These are distinct from the normal rewards given by slot machines in that they continuously increase until a player gets the jackpot, at which time they reset to their’seed’ value (the minimum value provided by the providing game network).
Progressive jackpots, in general, provide players with the opportunity to win ‘life-changing’ amounts that are far bigger than those given by other machines, but compensate for this by offering significantly lower win rates at the low end.
Jackpots are accumulated by player donations. Each time the machine is spun, a portion of the stake is contributed to the Progressive Jackpot. This implies that as long as the Progressive Jackpot remains unclaimed, it grows in size.
Progressive jackpots are often networked — that is, each casino that offers the game contributes to the network provider’s jackpot pool, and when the jackpot is won, the network provider pays the winner rather than the particular casino.
Regrettably, some unscrupulous online casinos have begun to include terms and restrictions indicating that Progressive Jackpot games would be paid in installments. The rationale behind this is that once the network has paid the casino for the win, it can retain the funds for a longer period of time (giving it a significant boost in free capital), while the player, forced to leave a significant portion of their winnings in the casino, is likely to lose a significant portion of their win to the casino before it is paid out. This is an inexcusable and immoral act. Because the casino does not pay the winnings, they are not permitted to withhold payment of the winnings. Players should be aware of and avoid casinos that participate in this behavior.
Additionally, it should be mentioned that when the opportunity of winning the jackpot is eliminated, games with Progressive Jackpots often result in the player playing an extremely costly game in comparison to comparable non-Progressive Jackpot games.
Edge of the House
Unless the software supplier includes this information with the game, determining the House Edge of slots games is impossible. When this occurs, the software vendor will often report a ‘Return to Player’ or ‘RTP’ statistic. The RTP is the polar opposite of the House Edge. While the House Edge indicates how much money you would lose on average for every 100 credits risked, the RTP indicates how much money you will win on average for every 100 credits wagered. Subtract the RTP value from 100 to get the House Edge.
RTPs in Theory and in Practice
On slots forums, the terms Theoretical RTP (tRTP) and Real RTP are often discussed (rRTP). This is just the difference between the game’s short and long term outcomes.
The rRTP is the rate of return on investment that the game has offered to players in recent history. While this number properly reflects the game’s performance during a certain time period, it has no influence on the game’s future performance.
The total return on investment (tRTP) is the return that a game will offer over time (millions of spins). While the variation of the majority of slots games makes short-term predictions regarding outcomes challenging, the tRTP is significantly more relevant for projecting future results.
RTPs of Online Slots
Below are the top ten slots games from the majority of major suppliers, as determined by the lowest House Edge;
Amaya* Vampires vs. Werewolves
2% – 5% Diamond Tower
Serengeti Diamonds 2.96 percent
3.00% Samurai Princess 3.00% Thundering Zeus
Taxi 3.00 percent!
3.00 percent Temple of the Lost
3.01 percent Sinful Spins 3.00 percent Fortune 8 Cat
0.00% The Italian Job
Numerous Amaya titles seem to feature three distinct House Edge settings. These vary from very high (more than 10%) to extremely low (3 percent or less). These games have been omitted from this list because it is impractical for players to determine which setting they are playing in.
BetSoft* Margin of Safety
Positive Girl, Negative Girl
Sushi Bar 2.20 percent
At the Copa, 2.50 percent
Following the Fall of Night
Goblins who are greedy
The Legitimate Sheriff
Return to the Past 3.00 percent
Betsoft does not presently provide the House Edge on its slot machines. The data in the preceding table was gathered from a variety of online casinos that independently disclosed their results. As a result, some games may have varied settings, which explains the numerical range.
The Cryptologic House Advantage
Reel in the Dollars
2% Buccaneer’s Bounty
2% Aladdin’s Lamp
0.00% Rags to Riches
Crosses That Aren’t
Velocity – The Flash
IGT’s Competitive Edge
1.94-6.28 percent * Texas Tea 2.64 percent
Monopoly – You’ve Won
One Hundred Pandas
Dungeons & Dragons – Icewind’s Treasures Dale 3.48-6.94 %
Transformers: Cybertron’s Battle
3.57-7 percent *3 In order to get the lowest House Edge, Reel Hold-Up demands an optimal approach. This information is included in the game’s help file.
Microgaming* Probability of Winning
Retro Reels – 2.50 Percent – Extreme Heat
2.50% Couch Potato
2.57 % High 5
2.57 % of Jungle 7’s
MegaSpins High 5 2.57 percent
2.57 % Froot Loot
Summer Vacation 2.83 percent
2.86 % Mad Dash
2.90 percent Cash Scoop
2.93 percent Wheel of Wealth Multi-Player Special Edition
2.94 % 7 Oceans
3% Mardi Gras
3% 5 Reel Drive
Reel Thunder 3.05 percent
Sun Quest 3.05 percent
3.05 percent Palace of the Treasure
3.05 % Big Top
3.06 % Carnaval
3.06 percent The craziest decade of the 1980s
What A Hoot! 3.06 percent
Immortal Romance 3.06 percent
3.14 percent Members of the High Society
3.20% Great Griffin
3.21 percent Bankruptcy
3.25 percent Ebenezer Scrooge
Alien Attack* 3.26 percent Maximum Damage
3.29 % Steinfest
3.31 percent Cash Kings
Jurassic Park 3.32 percent
3.33 percent Are Assaulted
Thunderstruck II 3.34 percent
Alaskan Fishing 3.35 percent
3.37 percent Robin Hood Fortune Feathers
3.37 % Gift Rap
3.38 percent Nation of Pollen
3.38 percent Discovery Era
3.38% Terminator 2
Kung Fu Monkey, 3.38 percent
Battlestar Galactica 3.39 percent
3.40 percent * Max Damage Alien Attack is an arcade game that requires expertise. It is assumed that you must play at an optimal level to achieve the given House Edge and that playing at a lower level results in a greater House Edge.
* We included a much longer list of Microgaming games since many of the games mentioned above are only accessible at download Microgaming casinos and we wanted to guarantee that players could also discover information on the finest Microgaming games to play at instant play Microgaming casinos.
Edge of the House
The Magnificent Joker
*Jackpot 6000 1.10 % *Blood Suckers 1.25 %
2% Fishy Fortune
2.1-4.6 percent ** Chicago’s Kings
Devil’s Delight 2.20 percent
Simsalabim 2.40 percent
2.5% Pirate’s Gold
2.70 % Zombies
Jack Hammer 2 – Shady Deals
Demolition Squad 2.90 percent
2.90 % These games are almost certainly going to need a plan to achieve the indicated House Edge.
** Fishy Fortunes is a progressive jackpot game, which explains the wide variety of potential House Edges.
Playtech’s Competitive Advantage
Goblin’s Cave 0.68-4.3 percent * Ugga Bugga 0.93-3 percent * Ocean Princess 0.93-3 percent * Tropic Reels 1.05-3 percent * Cinerama 1.06 percent ** Triple Profits 1.28-4.46 percent * Golden Tour 2.29 percent
2.68 percent Alchemist’s Lab * These games need some level of skill or planning to get the best House Edge.
** Because Cinerama has a Progressive Jackpot, this House Edge number is likely to be true only at the top Progressive Jackpot levels.
*** Golden Tour has a side bet called ‘Dollar Ball.’ Players should avoid this wager due to its high cost.
Gaming in Real Time
We have omitted data about Realtime Gaming casinos since we are unaware of any reputable source for this information. Realtime Gaming slots games are supposed to feature three different settings: 2.5 percent, 5%, and 8.5 percent.
Cosmic Quest – Mysterious Planets – Rival House Edge
1.05% Rock On!
2% Doo-Wop Daddy-O
2.01% Gold Rush
Reel Crime – Art Heist 2.55 percent
2.97 percent Keep an eye on the Birdies
3.71 percent Cash Wheel
3.71 percent Afraid of the Rich 2
3.73 percent Fortune Reel
3.79 % Saucify
We do not have any information about the House Edge of Saucify’s slot games.
We do not have any information about the House Edge of TopGame’s slot machines.
Mapping Reels, Variance, and Simulation
What determines a Slots game’s House Edge is the Reel Map — the arrangement and frequency of occurrence of certain symbols on the reels. For example, and understandably, Wild symbols are often much more valuable to the player than other symbols.
Where the Reel Map can be constructed, anybody with acceptable programming abilities may utilize that information to recreate the game and check the House Edge settings and variance (the amount and frequency of distinct wins and losses) of the game. While some software providers allow for reading the Reel Map directly from the game code, the bulk of big suppliers encrypt this data to prevent players from acquiring it. In many instances, the only option to acquire the reel map is to collect data from hundreds of thousands of spins.
It’s worth noting that many slot games employ unique Reel Maps for each reel, which complicates precise mapping.
Amusements with Prizes (AWPs) are a kind of slot machine game. With traditional slots games, each spin is completely independent of the previous one. When casinos advertise whether games are “hot” or “cold,” this is rubbish based on superstition. While the game may have paid out more or less than predicted in previous history, this provides no indication of how it will pay out in the near future.
AWPs, on the other hand, are often distinct in this regard since they react immediately to recent payouts (or a lack thereof) by relaxing or tightening the game in order to bring it back to its theoretical RTP.
Offline These sorts of games are often found in pubs and bars around the United Kingdom and may be overcome by talented players, but it should be noted that a substantial proportion of players who frequently participate in AWPs ‘believe’ they can beat the game but ultimately lose money. Alcohol and gambling enhance the conformation bias that most individuals are predisposed to, which means that victories produce considerably stronger memories than losses and outcomes are not reliably monitored.
We are aware of many games at Microgaming casinos that are promoted as ‘AWPs’ but are unable to determine if these games are actual AWPs or merely a different kind of slot machine. Additionally, each AWP operates separately offline depending on the outcome of that particular game. Would these games operate independently or as part of a network if they were played online? If the latter is true, the amount of play throughout the network soon equalizes out short-term changes, rendering the games’ insistence on tRTP unnecessary.
Myths and Intentional Deceit
When you play slots regularly, you may have a high rate of “near misses,” when lucrative symbols line up one position or reel away from a stop that would have resulted in a significant reward. This sort of incident drives players to believe falsehoods.
To begin, prior outcomes have no bearing on future spins. Even if the observed near misses were real (which they very certainly are not), they provide no indication of what will happen if you continue to play.
Similarly, a series of good or negative outcomes indicates nothing about a machine being “hot” or “cold” or “late” for anything. These phrases suggest the capacity to forecast the future based on the game’s recent short-term performance. If this were a possibility, no casino would continue to operate. Each spin is distinct from the previous one. Terms such as hot and cold, overdue, and streak apply only after the streak has occurred.
Additionally, the majority of slot games are intended to give the player the impression that they are on the verge of hitting something big. On a psychological level, this near-reward strategy is effective at retaining player interest and ensuring that you continue to play.
It’s important to remember while playing any slots game that the noises and pictures that appear when you hit the spin button are all for amusement reasons. When you press the spin button, the outcome is already determined. The animation services are only for the purpose of creating suspense and anticipation.
Offline Slots Winning Strategies
Offline slots vary significantly from their online counterparts in one significant way: online slots often have a House Edge of approximately 5%, but offline slots frequently have a House Edge of more than 10%. This excessively high charge on the player makes winning versus offline Slots games very difficult in any form.
This being said, astute players have been known to take advantage of slots club promos, most notably Progressive Jackpots, in order to acquire an edge over slot machines. If a player can establish at what jackpot level a game becomes a positive expectation play and then lock-up the jackpot machines (with one player on each machine) with a team of players, they may play until the jackpot is won. While there is no necessity for a team of players, a person may play alone and still have an advantage, if other players are stopped from participating and possibly winning the jackpot first, the inherent randomness in this form of play can be significantly minimized.
Despite having a bigger House Edge than Video Poker and Table games accessible online, Slots games are often the optimal option for the astute player in the current environment. When upfront bonuses are included, the extreme volatility of slots games may transform even very little wagers into an advantage scenario for the player. The primary disadvantage of this type of play is the substantial bankroll necessary to maintain play during periods of fluctuation. Given the prolonged losing streaks (performing below theoretical expectation) that can occur naturally, typically lasting tens to hundreds of thousands of spins, and the large volume of play required to reach theoretical expectation, a sizable pool of funds must be available to weather these periods and continue playing for the long term.
Additionally, slots games are prone to generate numerous small losses followed by a large win. Given this proclivity for large wins, the player faces a significant risk of disreputable casinos finding excuses not to pay when they win.
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