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What casino really does have the loosest slots?

Newcastle, United...
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1. Re: Slots

None of them.

When you are told otherwise, shoot yourself!

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Nothing on the strip. Little better downtown, but you have to go to some locals casinos to get the loosest.

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The Las Vegas Club is rather famous for advertising that it has the loosest slots (Gaming control made them change the signs). The fact is, no one person could possibly play long enough for the difference to become apparent.

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No such thing.

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It's a mystery

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Oh, the casinos and gaming commission know exactly how each slot is programmed. But they're not going to tell you or me. And, unless you are willing to set in from of one machine continuously for something like ten days you cannot figure it out. A month playing eight hours a day at one machine would probably work, to, assuming they didn't reprogram it while you were sleeping one night. Rest assured no slot plays out over 100%, so you would have to spend a chunk of change to derive the payout for a single machine. And the one right next to it could be radically different.

If you're going to play slots, don't worry about this. Play the ones you want where you want and hope lady luck smiles on you.

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