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John Grochowski – Craps Edges

By admin on Friday, January 9, 2015
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John Grochowski – Craps Edges
John Grochowski – Craps Edges QUESTION: I’ve tried calculating the house edge at craps myself, and I keep coming up with answers that are far different than what I find in books and online.If I make place bets on 6, I’m supposed to win five times, lose six times and have 25 pushes for every 36 rolls, right? That covers all the 36 dice combinations, with five ways to make 6, six ways to make 7 and 25 ways to make other numbers.So if I make 36 bets of $6 each, that puts $216 on the table. I get my $6 back on the 25 pushes for $150. I get $13 on each of the five wins, $7 in winnings and the $6 bet. That’s $65, so between that and the $150, I have $215. The house keeps $1.The way I calculate it, the house edge is the $1 the house keeps divided by the $216 in bets. That’s .0046, or 0.46 percent. But when I look it up, I see a house edge of 1.52 percent, not 0.46 percent. So where did I go wrong?ANSWER: What you’ve calculated is the house edge per roll, which is a handy thing to know if you’re going to make one bet, then take it down, win, lose or draw. But place bets are multi-roll bets, and most players will leave the wager in action until there’s a win or loss decision.The house edge you’ll find in most lists assumes the wager remains in play until a decision is reached. With that assumption, the 25 push rolls are irrelevant. Only the fice ways to make 6 and the six ways to make 7 matter.So to adapt your calculation, assume you’ve made 11 place bets on 6 of $6 each, and they’re all played until either the shooter rolls another six and you win, or the shooter rolls a 7 and you lose. You risk $66 and get $13 back on each of the five winners, or $65. the house keeps $1. Divide the house’s dollar by the $66 at risk, and you get 0.0151515, which rounds to 0.0152, and that’s the same as 1.52 percent.Most of the time, place bets are left on the table until a decision is reached, so the 1.52 percent figure is almost always used as reference point instead of the one-roll edge of 0.46 percent.QUESTION: I have a question about Three Card Poker. There are two ways to bet, and an ante and bet part to play against the dealer, and the Pair Plus. One of the guys at my table was always betting twice as much on Pair Plus, with a $5 ante and $10 on Pair Plus. Somebody asked him about it, and he said that to bet equal amounts at both, he really need to bet more at Pair Plus because you make extra bets besides your ante against he dealer. Someone else pointed out that you don’t always make the extra bet after the ante, so he was really betting more at Pair Plus.What do you think? Should you bet more at Pair Plus?ANSWER: The house edge is higher on Pair Plus than on the ante-bet portion of the game, so no, I would not make higher bets on Pair Plus. Assuming you follow the basic strategy by matching your ante with a bet of equal size whenever your cards are Queen-6-4 or better, and folding lesser hands, the house edge on the ante-play portion is 3.37 percent of your ante, or 2.01 percent of total action once you include the follow-up bets. Those bets are part of the game, so the 2.01 percent edge is the appropriate figure fore evaluating the game.On the Pair Plus option, you’re being paid for your card combinations and don’t have to beat the dealer. Most modern casinos use this pay table: Straight flush, 40-1; three of a kind, 30-1; straight, 6-1; flush, 3-1; pair, 1-1. The house edge at that pay table is 7.28 percent.House edges are much lower on the ante-bet play vs. the dealer than on Pair Plus. Therefore, ante-bet is where you want your money. Making bigger bets on the portion with the higher house edge is hazardous to your bankroll.In fact, I don’t play Pair Plus at all anymore. I used to make a Pair Plus bet equal to my ante when the original pay table that paid 4-1 on flushes was common. The house edge on the 40-30-6-4-1 pay table was 2.32 percent. That’s a little higher than the ante-bet edge, but it was close enough that it was worth the entertainment value for me to play it at low limits. But in the current game, I don’t find 7.28 percent entertaining at all.This article is provided by the Frank Scoblete Network. Melissa A. Kaplan is the network’s managing editor. If you would like to use this article on your website, please contact Casino City Press, the exclusive web syndication outlet for the Frank Scoblete Network. To contact Frank, please e-mail him at fscobe@optonline.net.

High Noon Online Casino New Bonus Menu

By admin on Tuesday, December 23, 2014
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High Noon Online Casino New Bonus Menu
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Slot floor layout, think of your casino as a store

By admin on Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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Slot floor layout, think of your casino as a store
Slot floor layout, think of your casino as a store  It has been said many times that the slot floor is akin to a retail space, with innumerable elements of consumer appeal and prime locations, but what does that really mean in practice, and what insights can be gained if we really explore the meaning of the casino as a shopping experience?  WANT TO READ MORE? SIGN UP TODAY…IT’S FREE! (and takes less than a minute)

Comment on Workaround to This System Does Not Support Full Screen Mode in Windows Vista by dwake

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Comment on Workaround to This System Does Not Support Full Screen Mode in Windows Vista by dwake
Comment on Workaround to This System Does Not Support Full Screen Mode in Windows Vista by dwake Operating Systems Jun 27, 2007 My Digital Life Editorial Team 33 Comments Workaround to This System Does Not Support Full Screen Mode in Windows Vista Windows Vista takes away a lot of support and convenience for the sheer attractive of flashy user interface. One major feature is the ability of open full screen window for command prompt shell in Windows Vista. When you attempt open or run DOS .com applications, .bat batch scripts or games that relies on command prompt, and including cmd.exe itself, you will encounter the following error message: This system does not support fullscreen mode. Choose “Close” to terminate the application. The lack of support for full screen DOS command prompt in Windows Vista is a big annoyance especially for those who still playing games for DOS and Windows 3.1/9x era, use legacy software such as WPDOS or programmers who frequently switch to command prompt to use DOS based programming language such as PASCAL. There is no simple solution to this no support for full screen window in Windows Vista. In almost all possible workarounds, you are almost guaranteed that your Vista will be broken in some way, at least on the part on Windows Aero. You will lose the nice Aero Glass interface if you attempt any of these trick, plus other unknown side effects. Workaround to Run or Open Full Screen Window Mode Workaround 1: Use XDDM driver instead of WDDM driver for video graphics adapter In another word, install the Windows XP video card driver for use in Vista. If the video graphics card hardware supports Windows XP driver, you can download the Windows XP driver for your video hardware and install it under Vista. However, be warned that using XP driver on display adapter may crash your Vista system randomly, so save your works before proceeding and use with care. Note: This solution has been recommended by Microsoft in KB926657. To install a Windows XP video driver under Vista, just follow the procedure listed in the guide below. The steps should work for both NVIDIA and ATI video graphics accelerator card. Download the Windows XP driver installer for your graphics card from NVIDIA or ATI. Run the installation setup program just downloaded. Confirm any User Account Control permission warning when prompted. The installer will first extract and unpack the files required by installation to proceed to a folder/directory. Note down the path to the folder. For ATI, the folder for these installation files usually located in a directory with a name that resembles C:\ATI\SUPPORT\7-5_xp_dd_46743\Driver or C:\ATI\SUPPORT\7-5_xp_dd_ccc_wdm_46743\Driver, with the only different been the number to indicate the version and build number of the driver. Similarly, NVIDA driver pack will also unpack itself to a extraction folder, normally named according to the structure of C:\NVIDIA\Win2KXP\94.24 or some similar number. You must proceed pass the above screen in order for the extraction of installation files to take place. Don’t worry about clicking on “Next” button, as the installer will prompt a critical stop error message somewhere in the process because the setup detected that the operating system in use is not Windows 2000 or XP. The setup program and its associated drivers are designed to run only on Windows 2000 or XP. The installation will be terminated. Cancel the driver installation when the error message is prompted. Actually once you click on OK button you will exit automatically. Using Windows Explorer, navigate to the directory that contains the unpacked installer files. Right click on Setup.exe file, and choose Properties item from the right click contextual menu. Select Compatibility Mode tab. Tick the checkbox next to “Run this program in compatibility mode” and choose Windows XP Service Pack 2 from the dropdown menu. Click OK when done. Double-click on Setup.exe to run the installer, and install the XP driver in Vista. Reboot the system, and you should be able to open or run program and command prompt in full-screen mode. Workaround 2: Use Standard VGA Graphics Adapter video graphics driver Similar with method 1, but use Vista’s built-in Standard VGA Graphics Adapter driver, which offers greater stability and compatibility with Vista, but a lot less functionality and features support. The following steps guide you on how to install the Standard VGA Graphics Adapter in Vista. Right-click on the Windows desktop and then choose Personalize from the pop up contextual menu. Click on Display Settings link from the Personalization dialog window. On the Monitor tab of Display Settings window, click on Advanced Settings… button. If you’re not already on the Adapter tab, click on Adapter tab to activate it. Then click on the Properties button under the Adapter Type section. Allow UAC permission request. On the Display Adapter Properties window, click on Driver tab. Click on Update Driver… button. Then select “Browse My Computer for Driver Software” option. Click on “Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer” option. Select and highlight Standard VGA Graphics Adapter from the list when prompted to select a device driver you want to install for this hardware, then click on Next. Windows Vista will install the new standard VGA video driver to replace the original driver for your graphics accelerator. If your monitor goes blank (no signal), wait five minutes, then power down your computer and restart it normally. If your monitor does not go blank, wait while the driver is installed. Click on Close or OK button on all dialog boxes repetitively until you’re back to the desktop or your computer restarted. Restart your computer if you’re not prompted and have not already done so. Once computer rebooted, you should be able to open programs or command prompt shell in full screen window. You may need to set the resolution again, as everything related to display settings is likely to be reset. If you want to reverse this procedure and install back the video display card’s manufacturer driver, follow the same instructions again, but choose the option to let Windows automatically install the appropriate software for your system instead of browsing your computer for driver software. If you unable to do so by clicking on Properties button on Adapter tab, go to Device Manager and directly select Update Driver Software on right click context menu. Workaround 3 – Using DOSBox DOSBox is a Intel x86 and DOS emulator for Windows. The open source DOSBox application runs up a shell window which emulates a DOS environment complete with sound, graphics, mouse, modem, etc., and allows legacy DOS apps and games to be ran and play on it. DOSBox handles all requests between Windows and the DOS window, memory allocation, control CPU speed, and allow tweaking of sound card emulation, graphics type, key mapping, mouse sensitivity, resolution, full screen mode and etc. Althougn DOSBox cannot add Windows features to DOS programs that are run on DOS systems, and some features of DOS in native mode are not present, but its usefulness is still great in allowing almost all currently-available 32-bit versions of Microsoft Windows – Windows 95, 95b, 98, 98SE, ME, NT4, XP, 2000, 2003, Vista and 2008 to run legacy apps and games. Some tweaks and configuration have to be done in order to get DOSBox running to play your games or launch your old application software. Basic Setup and Installation of DosBox wiki provides a guide on how to use the DOSBox. As DOSBox emulates DOS, you will have to deal with lots of command line syntaxes in command shell. If you’re not familiar with command prompt, there are a few GUI frontend interface for DOSBox, which presents all settings in typical Windows interface, and allows users to attach different profiles with different configuration optimal for different DOS games or programs. Such front ends include D-Fend, D.O.G. and DBGL: DOSBox Game Launcher Note that while using DOSBox, it’s best to disable User Account Control to get the best performance and so that DOSBox can properly emulates sound, VGA color and CPU speed. During the DOS era there is simply not such thing as functionality restriction based on user account and user level, thus any limitation may cause problem to emulated apps. Another issue is Windows Sticky Keys, an accessibility features for physically-handicapped users. Sticky Keys are activated by pressing a particular sequence or combination of keys which a normal user seldom and unlikely stumble across, such as pressing Shift key 5 times continuously. But these sequence of key pressing may be needed during DOS gameplay. Worse is that DOSBox doesn’t handle this properly and it doesn’t partition keyboard or mouse activity away from the host OS. So you properly need to disable Sticky Keys permanently so that it won’t suddenly appear and disrupt game play. Again, using DosBOX and/or its front-end GUI may also caused some apps or games to suffer from abnormal behavior such as system randomly crashes or refuses to run altogether. Related posts: Open DOS Command Prompt of Windows 7 XP Mode in Full Screen Mode How to Change Screen Resolution and Display Colors Quality in Safe Mode of Windows Workaround to Install Microsoft AppLocale Utility in Windows Vista How to Open Elevated Command Prompt with Administrator Privileges in Windows Vista dwake Standard VGA driver worked in Win7 x86. Nando Excelente el artículo…como dice Rubick, yo también pude resolver mi problema con el workaround 3, usando el DOSBOX. Gracias Rubick, y a todos…un saludo… Nando I would like to thank you all for the recommendations and comments on resolving this problem. I was able to resolve it via the Workaround No 3. Again, thank you all… emi The Workaround 2 works fine for Win 7. Thanks lrony There is option 4 almost similar with option 2 : 1. Just Disable the current VGA Card you’re using now, Win 7 wil automatically switch to VGA standar 2. Run your dos app, CTRL+ENTER will get your FULL SCREEN For not bother to always disable the current VGA Card each time you want to run your dos app, you can combine it with devcon.exe (command line disable and enable device from microsoft) in a batch file (I tried this one for one of my dos app in Windows 7). btw, worked on notebook too, so I think this method will work flawlessly. download devcon from:http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb… Kiran Hey your article helped me in a very wonderful way.. Thnx a lot.. Stay in touch,,, Hannah How on earth do I reverse this! Help! Kristle Baruffi Thanks for your wonderful article! It has been very helpful. rMCkie not really in line with the post but i would personally recommend using virtual pc with windows 98se on it., perfect for old games and if you can run windows 7 stable enough then the extra processing power to VPC windows 98 wont strain your system at all Zaksis attemped numer 2, he screen went blank. I restarted after 10 minutes and the moniter reained blank. It is apparently loading into windows because I can shut the coputer down with the keyboard (windows button, left, left, left, enter). The computer is a reativly new acer aspire, and the moniter is a somewhat older ACER LCD moniter. http://www.ggtm-club.co.cc Dr_Nick Well, I only get that message on my widescreen pc’s. The ones that still have a 4:3 monitor-output go fullscreen without any problem,… Maybe (if it’s possible, cause I know it is on some cards, but not on all), when you switch your output resolution to a 4:3 resolution, so that it gets stretched over your screen, that it’ll get tricked hard enough to let you do the same as what I can on my 4:3-monitors? :p Haven’t tried it myself yet, since my wide-screens don’t go 4:3-resolutions, so the problem still remains for a big part, but if you can, try it, it might help,… Greetz, ~ Dr_Nick. http://www.myspace.com/orion_105 Scott Houdek after i downloaded it and run the setup.exe, run the program, i still have to get like MSDOS 6.22 to make that work? because i am planning to create Vesa graphic programs and other things. the new CEO of Microsoft is sooooooo incompetent, that’s way the the company thought it not matter to do so. causing more alienating the company’s relationship with it’s customer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! duh’! if “we banned” together to tell Microsoft to change this “problem, you never know until try! Thank You. ??? I don’t see Allen’s logic. Newest doesn’t mean best, and very few computer users want to “go with the flow” of Vista. Vista is less efficient and just a bunch of eye candy. Windows 7 might be the future of computing, but Vista was never part of it. Ben ALWAYS system resore before doing this Mick Couldn’t a safe solution to this be to run the program in safe mode. Then it automatically goes to a VGA resolution. I can’t test it because I’m only going to buy a Vista machine if my program works in Vista but it does work in Safe mode in XP. Allen Firs off i would like to say that, the last time i went to a car website people were not complainging about not being able to use leaded gass… think about it, ok good. so now that we all understand that vista. is a move in a direction. we need to understand that things that dont work in the new efficent envirnment, require emulation to . . . emulate the old technology. so old school logic and easy dos based programs are a thing of the past ( without these reworks ) so go with the flow and dont get left behind. sfseyhan i did what is written and my graphic card(ATI 2600HD) is fucked up! it is set to vga now and cant fix it. need solution quick.. Mike Option 2 worked, great. I’d change properties to 80×25 on most programs before using this so the screen may go black. Thank you very much! whizkid515 You might want to try Virtual PC 2007 or VirtualBox running MS-DOS. You can also run FreeDOS if you don’t have an MS-DOS installation disk. Guus Thanks so very much for the tip! I wanted to play One Must Fall, one of the first games I ever played and Vista screwed me again. Again, thanks guys! whizkid515 I can’t get this to work with a GMA X3100/P965. I extracted the files with 7-Zip and tried running Setup.exe in compatibility mode for Windows XP (SP2). And yes, I did download the correct drivers. There is still a message that the drivers are not supported on this platform. Danv I got my Auto-Évaluateur AEMN.exe (a quiz for driver license) working =) with trick #2. Comp Geek 2nd option works just fine… especially when there’s a problem obtaining drivers for ATI from the website… http://www.microsoft.com John Matthews Microsoft Vista is just crap, best to upgrade to Microsoft Windows XP as all these problems were solved way back. Why the hell is Vista still attractive?????? sab 2nd workaround works fine but had to do a system restore to get the original driver back http://mysite.verizon.net/resvyte7/ Sly DOSBox works great, I can even get Jazz Jackrabbit to work with it on Windows XP and Vista! I haven’t tried it, but it might work on Linux. babi I’ve tried the second solution, but I can’t find the “Standard VGA Graphics Adapter” in the list. Please can someone helps me? Pingback: How to Fully Maximize Command Prompt Window in Vista » My Digital Life Chris Hunter FUCK WINDOWS VISTA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Yuhong Bao Though, BTW, XP added better video support to NTVDM, so there is less need for full-screen. Hoopskier “Note that while using DOSBox, it’s best to disable User Account Control to get the best performance and so that DOSBox can properly emulates sound, VGA color and CPU speed.” There’s no reason to disable UAC with DOSBox — if DOSBox has problems as a standard user, then run it as Administrator. But simply having UAC *on* won’t hurt DOSBox’s performance or have any affect on its emulation. RuBiCK Buen workaround el de Dosbox, por que tenia que usar unos programas muy valiosos y antiguos, pero vista no me lo permitia. Excelente artículo. 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Win $ 1,000,000 at Online Slots

By admin on Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Filled Under: online slots, slot machines, slots, strategies, Uncategorized

Simple strategy for winning at online slots play online slots is a good way to have some fun and actually win some money without knowing any complex rules. Although the slot machine may not include any special skills and are entirely chance-based, there are still some strategies to help you win at online slots. Here are some recommendations for online slots players who can give a slight advantage over the machine. The first tip is to keep track of your money and as long as possible. Online slots are all about fun, and the longer you have the money to play, the more fun it will be for you. Not said in the highest coins right from the start – kick off with the minimal denominations to get a taste of online slots. And if you’re feeling lucky you can place your bets with every win Other bright idea to raise it to set goals for your online slots playing session is set. If you are looking forward to a huge jackpot, then progressive slot machines slots of your choice with hundreds of thousands of dollars are at stake. On the other hand, if you just want to have some fun, just should slots or bonus online slots with frequent wins and additional spins. But the main strategy for online slots regardless of your goal is to aim for the jackpot and choose the machine you can afford. Otherwise it is not so much fun to play online slots, how could it be. Win $ 1,000,000 at Online Slots When you think of a certain sum, which could change your life in general, $ 1,000,000 remains the magic number for most. And always seems so much money in a single spin at online slots like a very provocative idea. If there is any way to be a millionaire at online slots is it can be by playing progressive slots. Today there are four online slots proven to pay a $ 1 million jackpot. Mega Moola Microgaming online slots at Mega Moola offer a starting point jackpot of $ 1,000,000, which can change your life in a single spin. Max bet is $ 6.75 per spin and the jack pot is hit via a Wheel of Fortune type bonus spin. In addition to the $ 1,000,000 jackpot, there are four additional progressive prizes. Major Millions Major Millions, the first online slot machines were to pay one million, and five people have more millionaires in the past two years, holds the record for most big winners for a single game. It comes in two variants: 3-reel 3-payline 5-reel 15-payline versions. Both have a $ 3 maximum bet to win the jackpot and the jackpot amount. Gold Rally – No U.S. Players Gold Rally slot machine has already paid a few million dollar jackpots, one of them affects almost two million. The game is quiet different online slots that you are accustomed to be played with 9 reels and eight lines. The catch is the $ 12 max bet that makes it a good game just for those with a large bankroll. Millionaires Club – No U.S. Players Millionaires Club is part of the progressive slot machine Wager Logic Network and is available in two versions: 3-roll bar and 5-reel nine lines. The big jackpot is possible through a Wheel of Fortune bonus round. The 3-reel version has a $ 3 max bet, while the 5-reel version – only 90 cents. With both versions, the same jackpot, it is obvious that the game of 5-reel game will cost you less. Millionaires Club has already paid three jackpots $ 1,000,000. King Cashalot King Cashalot was the second Microgaming progressive online slot machines to pay one million jackpot. There is a 5-reel 9-line slot machine with a bonus round, you take the big mark up. With only $ 2.25 as max bet this online slots game is a play about the cheapest. The jackpot starts at $ 100,000, which is on its own quite well.

Playing online slots is a simple technique

By admin on Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Filled Under: online slots, slot machines, slots, strategies, Uncategorized

Online slots are becoming easier and secure technology as progress. If you have never played online games slot machines, read on to see how it will be exciting. Playing slots online is easier than tighten the shoes that you really do not need any previous knowledge or experience in the online slots or play slots in the rule. Find your place more easily at your home, put your feet and relax, there’s nothing to do.

You need a reputable online casino, online slot offers to find. There are many over there, just be careful that you make sure you understand the methods of deposit, before you play. Many online casinos offer no download versions of their casino. What this means is that you need no special software or application download to play. Free slots to play free, so you can become familiar with how to run the casino and the game. If online slots that you selected the type of game proposes to use, and try the game before you spend your money on couples.

Online slot machines offer advice or instructions slot for Paris or for reasons of implementation. What you can check by. Lot of slot machines has different names, which can play with different ways to bet per line. These types of multi-line slots called slots. These increase the chances of your winning with the amount that could possibly win. Read all the tips, which are available to help with shelter strategies. Once the online casino that you find at home, all you do is you have to start to play and win.

Progressive slots have become a hot rage among the casinos and online casinos. Playing these online slots as simple as a veneer of a regular slot machine is the only difference is, as the jackpot is up and built. In general, there is a bank of slot machines that are all linked together by the type of game that the machine is. Each of these online slot machines jackpot starts at a basic amount that each player playing the slot machine, the jackpot increases.

When a jackpot is won, the jackpot starts at the height of the original amount of the pot Basic and the game continues. This type of throw, it increases the amount of the jackpot winners there are players usually play a lot together at the same time. The number of hours spent playing online slots is increasing rapidly because of the graphics and fun sounds that are online casinos come to the jackpot winner will control the players are playing in the rule.

Master with tips and tricks about online slots

By admin on Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Filled Under: casino games, online slots, slot machines, slots, strategies, Uncategorized

Master with tips and tricks about online slots

In the description of online casino slot games would say that they are easy to play, fun, rewarding, and addictive. Online slots give you the chance to win large sums in a single bet, makes it more attractive for the average player. If you play online slots, you have the option of the jackpot, no matter what amount of money you bet met.

It is said that too many cooks spoil the broth. When it comes to online slots, but the concept is about. The more money that is set on a particular slot increases, the higher the jackpot. However, the player should keep in mind that every time they spin an on-line slot, the spins do not affect the outcome of future spins. Each and every spin is completely independent.

It is said that slot machines should not be played for long periods at a time, because to lose the chance. If a player continues to play a slot machine, it can be a high chance of winning the House are. Apart from that, when we talk about online slot strategies, one thing is very important: you should use the online slots, play the winning offer higher percentages. Further, if a slot machine takes high denomination bets, the payouts of the slot machine are generally high as well. For example, a 25-cent machines tend to have a higher payout than a 5-cent machines.

Among the different online slots progressive slots offer the players with the biggest jackpots and rewards. Despite the big money-making opportunity, these progressive slots own disadvantages and should be treated with caution. In general, it is advisable to start with a large amount of coins bet to increase the chance of a big payout.

Here are a few tips can that help when playing online slot: 1) Make small bets when you lose. 2) Make bigger bets when winning. 3) Do not gamble on your last coin!

Although online slot machines require something like a trial and error approach when it comes to strategies, they are still one of the most popular online casino games. There is no sure way to beat online slots with the help of a strategy. The players need only log into the casino and find out for yourself.