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Slots Which casino on the strip usually has the newest slots?

Discussion in 'Slots' started by JewishGambler, Dec 27, 2016.

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  1. JewishGambler

    JewishGambler Tourist

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    Just wondering.
     
  2. nostresshere

    nostresshere Mr. Anti Debit Card

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    Based on my jumping around, almost all have some new slots. Which one has the most - not sure. I would say in general, many of the new ones tend to suck money even faster, especially if they are tied to something copyrighted, etc.
     
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    If I had to pick one I'd say Cosmo. However, there's certainly many new slots on floors outside Nevada before they make their way to the Strip. Some slot managers really do a great job of getting new games on the floor (if you like that kind of thing)
     
  4. DanVegas

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    In my experience, strip casinos take a bit longer to adopt the new slots. The immediate off strip casinos (Palace Station for example) frequently have the newer slots. One of the worst places for stagnant old slots in Mandalay Bay.
     
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    TIMSPEED The biggest Degenerate on VMB

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    Surprisingly Palace Station has the newest selection...
     
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  6. DJ Ran

    DJ Ran High-Roller

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    The Cosmo gets my vote.
     
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    If you are looking for all the new licensed games, Casino Royale is usually the best place to go.
     
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    It's my impression that, at least at the local places here, the very newest ones will pay quite well for a while, and then they tighten them up when people get hooked on them.

    My biggest complaint of the newer slots is that on the so-called penny slots, minimum spin is the better part of a dollar! That and there's no way to play off a "runt" low-value amount. They HAVE to be making a killing from the countless unclaimed low-value TITOs! :(
     
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    eksantirik High-Roller

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    Funny you bring that up. It's an OCD of mine, to not to leave a penny back, and also to never cash out coins (always even dollars). So, for these two habits of mine to work, you need "freedom slots", where you can select number of lines and times bets freely (i.e. you can play one cent on it). It's never a problem at most casinos, but very very hard to find at especially Aria and Cosmo.
     
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    MGM is a good bet to have many of the newer machines.
     
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