Slots Quiz 2
by Gayle Mitchell
Slots Quiz 2
brings 10 more questions and answers to improve your slot machine
education whether playing slots online or at land-based casinos. A
lesson at Learn, Play
I have created this slots quiz for novice and veteran slot players.
We all need to upgrade our slots education and this test is intended to
I offer up this slots quiz in the expectation that all players
will forever hear the sound of ‘raining coins’.
Let’s get started...
1) How many Games/Hour does the average slot player play?
2) Are the higher denomination slot payouts better?
C. All the Same?
3) What is a ‘certified’ slot?
A. A slot with a certificate from the
B. Slot that's guaranteed to payback a
large %--as high as 98%+?
C. Slot that is certified to have a
certain number of symbols?
4) Do ALL ‘certified’ slots in the carousel/bank offer high payouts?
C. YES and NO depending on casino?
5) Will all ‘certified’ slots payout their advertised rate all the time?
C. Can I sell you some land in Pango Pango?
6) What are loose and tight machines?
A. One has more graphic symbols, tight have fewer?
B. Loose machines have better payouts,
tight machines less?
C. Loose machines offer
more versions, tight machines fewer?
7) What is a slot-mix?
A. Slots are placed back to back on either
side of aisle?
B. All the high denomination slots are in
one area of the casino?
C. Casino Management’s placement of
8) What is a slots ‘hit and run’ winner?
A. Slot Player who plays Baseball Bonus
B. Slot Player who uses a token slug, and
grabs the payout?
C. Slot Player who plays 3-5 max. coin
spins testing for payouts?
9) What is a hold percentage?
A. Monies held by winning slot players?
B. % of coins held by casino?
C. % of coins through the slots?
10) What is a short win?
A. A small jackpot?
B. A win just before you are running out
C. A large win with a small cash outlay?
How did you do with this slots quiz? Here are the
answers to Slots Quiz
500/games/hour on average. These stats can change dependent
whether coins are manually inserted or credits used. There
is no need to hurry, unless you are playing in a Slot Tournament, and
then accelerate to warp-speed for the win.
Yes, higher denominations ($5+)
have a higher hit frequency, however, you are investing more of your
Start with lower denominations, and then move up when you are ‘in the
Most casinos promote their ‘certified’ slots at a bank or carousel with
flashing, large, neon lights generally near the entrance of the
casino. Like carnival barkers, these attractions seem to say:
“step right up, folks, see the slots with huge payouts, play the big
winners, yowser, yowser, yowser”.
casino can legitimately advertise a very high payback even if one of
the machines has the advertised payback--sneaky right?
the casino must tell you whether the payback is all or one.
if all or one slot is ‘certified’. If the answer is not
don’t walk to another casino. If there is only one or two, you could
spend a lot of money looking for that ‘slot in the haystack’
slots payouts; whether they are advertised at 98% or 100% are
programmed over an average period of time that could be weeks or
you know, timing is crucial in the slots game and the same goes
for certified versions. Don’t stay too long,
total amount you want to wager before you play, stretch your gambling
bankroll and have fun.
Loose machines are a slot players’ dream. They are programmed
with more paying symbols and combinations resulting in better payouts.
Tight machines are the opposite. Yikes, they’re stingy.
Also known as slot-placement. Casino Management places
slot versions that are loose and tight on the casino floor. Loose slots
are usually found in high traffic areas that can be seen by ‘wannabe
slot winners’ from many angles in the casino.
Slot players who ‘test’ a slot before continued play by spinning the
reels 3-5 times with maximum coins in play each time. If
are no payouts during that period, you are outta there. By
way, suggest you not try B--the casinos don’t like it.
Percentage of coins played that the casinos keep in their hot little
hands. The looser 98% slots hold two dollars or 2%, while
returning 98 dollars to the player.
But, hold on, that percentage
is over the long term--perhaps months, while short-term play return
percentages can bounce around more than a roulette ball.
This happens all the time. A large jackpot is hit with a minimal cash
outlay. 15 bucks gets you $1000’s. Now that’s a long win on a short
chance. Take the money and run!
As we conclude the second slots
quiz, remember: ‘Not only do you have good luck with a gambling
education, but you are making your luck.’
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