Get Paid to Play Slot Machines
In Texas, major gambling establishments don't even exist. And yet Texans, just like the rest of people that live in states where casinos are allowed to operate, still enjoy access to major casinos nearby.
Those who live in the east can drive to next-door neighbor Louisiana. Those who reside in the west can drive to New Mexico or Arizona for a little bit of entertainment. And those that live up north can get to Oklahoma casinos in a matter of minutes.
ARE YOU AN EXPERIENCED PLAYER?
Last night I was hanging out at a casino near Texas and had the opportunity to observe players. I have to admit I have played a lot of machines and have my own favorites. My experience is somewhere between people who park their RVs outside of the casino vicinity so they can sleep, drink, and breathe casino air to people who have only set their foot in the establishment for the first time. I can tell which slot machines pay, not by looking at them, but by years of having played them. And yes, they are all rigged, unfortunately.
SLOT MACHINE MONEY MAKING TIPS
This does not mean people have no chance of winning. The goal of the casino is to make money from the players (make them feel special by calling them "guests" too). Obviously, letting everyone win is bad business. So let's just say a few handful do win, and majority go home broke. And majority go home broke big time. I have a few tips which I know old hats are already familiar with. However, for those who are just halfway through learning that trying to win in slot machines is futile, here is something you all could use:
Do not expect to win. Heck. doesn't this sound contrary to the goal of playing to win? There is only one thing you need to understand when playing slot machines: It is a game just like any other video game you would play in arcade centers. They are not meant to pay you back. The bonus is when you do get paid back. If you do, consider yourself lucky. Take your money and go home.