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Slots best paying slot machines

Discussion in 'Slots' started by hector bejar, Feb 8, 2017.

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  1. hector bejar

    hector bejar Newbie

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    which casino has the best paying slot machines. I been playing the my vegas app slot game and im feeling lucky lol
    what slot machines do you all recommend at vegas?
     
  2. dmr

    dmr Registered Abuser

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    Experience from the last trip was that Caesars is very tight. Did much better at Sams Town although not as great as sometimes.
     
  3. DJ Ran

    DJ Ran High-Roller

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    It's all a matter of sitting down at the right machine at the right time. Double & Triple Diamonds are the machines that people have seemed to be hitting pretty big lately. Good luck.
     
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    grosx2 Have fun storming the castle!

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  5. wanker751

    wanker751 Dutch Rudder Enthusiast

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    Sadly any information you will get here will be purely ancidotaol and full of confirmation bias.

    Now if you are looking for slots with high volatility, bigger less frequent payouts or low volatility higher amount of payouts but smaller... that probably can be answered.
     
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  6. Electroguy563

    Electroguy563 Over-Fried Gambler

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    My experience is that Hot Hot Penny machines have frequent pay-outs but smaller in amt. paid out.

    Still fun to play though.
     
  7. DaiLun

    DaiLun R.C., L.C., and A.A.N.G.

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    @OP - If you're even asking the question, you might want to reset your expectations. It doesn't matter where you play, or what you play, other than penny slots at 7-11 or the gas station. (highest house PC)

    As wanker751 said, the denomination has a LITTLE to do with the percentage payout, but you're really dealing with high volatility and low volatility.

    Konami games are typically low volatility. IMHO, you should find a game that you like and that you find entertaining, and play at a bet level appropriate for your budget.

    Slots are "purely" luck, right down to picking the machine you play. Location has almost nothing to do with it.
     
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  8. NeoDough

    NeoDough Low-Roller

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    Payout % is public information, filed regularly with the Nevada Gaming Commission.

    Downtown is slightly better than the Strip, but then you're downtown. :haha:

    Last I looked, the best % payouts were on $25 denomination machines and the high limit multi-denomination. The worst were the pennies/feature/progressive games.
     
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  9. shokhead

    shokhead No big spender unless eating drinking having fun!

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    Can you add the link with that info if there is one?
     
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    smerrian View from Bally's

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    this information is listed in every issue of Casino Player Magazine and it's sister publication, Slot Player Magazine.
     
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  11. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    But Nevada groups casinos by region, so unfortunately it still doesn't tell you which individual casinos are looser. I think they should list casinos individually like most states.



    This is the main revenue page with years worth of data available.
    http://gaming.nv.gov/index.aspx?page=149
     
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    wanker751 Dutch Rudder Enthusiast

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    But the slot payouts include video poker and video poker downtown is far better than strip, and that may screw #'s
     
  13. Geogran

    Geogran Whooo. Whooo.

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    As a long time slot player I have found the most winning machine is always the one right next to mine and being played by someone else. :D

    Really, just decide which denomination you want to play, pick one that is visually appealing to you and give it a go - hopefully you will have beginner's luck!
     
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  14. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    Yeah it will a bit. The 1c numbers will be a fairly reliable judge of how loose the region's games are as 99%+ of those are slots only.
     
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    wanker751 Dutch Rudder Enthusiast

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    Good point
     
  16. Richard Alpert

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    My first couple of trips I broke exactly even on each and every session of slots--and for the trip as a whole.
    On our third trip my bride pointed out I'd been playing Bill Breakers all along. :faint: :D

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    NeoDough Low-Roller

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    That's called winning. ;)
     
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  18. Help Me Rhonda

    Help Me Rhonda Tourist

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    I agree that the slots off-strip are better paying slots. I usually make a little more when I venture off of the strip to the Boulder Highway area, i.e., Arizona Charlies, Sams Town, Eastside Cannery, etc.
     
  19. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    True. But it groups casinos together. And even if they listed casinos, it would not list each machine. Therefore, the numbers are of marginal value.

    By the way, you can easily play a 100% payout $1 machine and drop a thousand dollars. Not hard to do.
     
  20. 3544quebec

    3544quebec High-Roller

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    Statewide for Jan I guess if the $10,000,000 plus Jackpot had gone off on the 31st then a cursory look at the figures would have made the Megabucks Slots look very attractive

    MEGABUCKS $4,998,000 Casino win 15.35% Hold
    Would have turned around to $5,000,000+ Casino Loss -15.35% Hold

    I suppose the monthly figure tells you your likely result in reality and the yearly figure more the optimist's hope.
     
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