Last night I was back at Binion's playing "Dukes of Hazzard" on the house's dime (see previous posts about Binion's weekly $15 free play.) Next to me sat an affable gentlemen who was thoroughly enjoying his bonus rounds. He told me he had never played "Dukes of Hazzard," but he was already up $20 bucks and it is a fun machine. I replied that they were new machines, and fairly rare in town, but they also had them across the street at the Four Queens (could be that Terry Caudhill's new ownership of Binion's might be the reason for that -- I've always known the Four Queens to have an excellent slot selection, though they are quite tight.)
My neighbor then asked me "What are the best slot machines to play?" I shot back without hesistation "The machines that will put you up $20 bucks and are fun to play!" He laughed and said he like "Deal or No Deal" and had just won $300 on those machines (he was betting 3 per line, or 75 credits on Dukes.) I said I think he figured out the best machines to play, and added that the machines are really all the same when it came to odds, the important thing was luck, and playing a machine you enjoy.
So that's the end of the story, and the moral is THE BEST SLOT MACHINES TO PLAY ARE THE ONES YOU CAN WIN ON AND HAVE FUN WITH. Good Luck on your quest for the best slot machines to play.
Next blog -- how slot machines really work, or what is a RANDOM NUMBER GENERATOR?