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Magical odds slot machine with no manual?

Thursday, January 29th, 2009

I have a magical odds slot machine with no manual. Does anyone know How to change the DIP settings?

Pamela S asked:
I have recently recieved a slot machine called "Magical Odds". I want to remove the nudy lady and bring the winning odds down. I have been told I need to change the DIP setting on the logicboard but have no idea on how to do this? I have found four blue sets of switches on the board but would have no idea on which ones I would need to begin switching.

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Popular 3-Reel Online Slot Machines

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

Popular 3-Reel Online Slot Machinesby Gregory DeVictor

Slot machines are the most popular casino game in the world, both at land-based casinos and on online gambling sites. The main categories of online slot machines are classic 3-reel slots, the newer 5-reel video slots, fruit machines, and progressive slots. There are now about 1,000 online slot machines, powered by more than a dozen software providers. This article lists some of the more popular 3-reel online slot machines, along with the software provider.

– Admirals Inn is a three-reel Vegas Tech slot.

– Alien Invasion is a 3-reel Vegas Tech slot machine.

– Astronomical is a 3-reel Microgaming slot.

– Atomic Jackpot is a three-reel Vegas Tech slot machine.

– Bank On It is a 3-reel Real Time Gaming slot.

– Bar Bar Black Sheep is a three-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Big Cash Win is a three-reel Rival Gaming Gaming slot.

– Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure is a 3-reel Microgaming pub fruity slot.

– Black Gold Rush is a three-reel Vegas Tech slot.

– Blue Lagoon is a 3-reel Vegas Tech slot machine.

– Bonkers is a 3-reel Real Time Gaming slot.

– Break da Bank is a 3-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Bulls Eye is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

– Cash Grab is a 3-reel Vegas Tech slot.

– Cash Crazy is a 3-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Cash ‘n’ Curry is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

– Cash Splash is a three-reel Microgaming progressive slot machine.

– Chicken Little is a 3-reel Rival Gaming slot.

– Chief’s Fortune is a 3-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Chief’s Magic is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

– Cool Buck is a 3-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Coral Reef is a 3-reel Vegas Tech slot.

– Couch Potato is a three-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Cracker Jack is a 3-reel Microgaming slot.

– Crazy Cherry is a 3-reel Vegas Tech slot machine.

– Crazy Crocodile is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

– Crazy Dragon is a three-reel Real Time Gaming slot machine.

– Cutesy Pie is a 3-reel Microgaming slot.

– Diamond Deal is a 3-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Double Gold is a three-reel Vegas Tech slot.

– Double Magic is a 3-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Diamond Mine is a three-reel Real Time Gaming slot.-

– Diamond Mine Deluxe is a three-reel Real Time Gaming slot machine.

– Double Wammy is a 3-reel Microgaming slot.

– Fantastic 7’s is a 3-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Fantastic Fruit is a 3-reel Rival Gaming Gaming slot.

– Flea Market is a three-reel Rival Gaming  slot machine.

– Fortuna is a three-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Fortune Cookie is a 3-reel Microgaming slot.

– Free Spirit Wheel of Wealth is a 3-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Froot Loot is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

– Frost Bite is a three-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Frozen Assets is a 3-reel Real Time Gaming slot.

– Fruit Fiesta is a 3-reel Microgaming progressive slot machine.

– Fruit Slots is a 3-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Fruit Slots is a three-reel Vegas Tech slot.

– Game On is a three-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Goblins Gold is a 3-reel Microgaming 3 pay-line slot.

– Gold Rush is a 3-reel Rival Gaming slot machine.

– Golden Dragon is a 3-reel Microgaming slot.

– Happy New Year is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

– Harbour Master is a three-reel Vegas Tech slot machine.

– Haunted Reels is a 3-reel Vegas Tech slot.

– HipHopopotamus is a 3-reel Microgaming pub fruity slot.

– Holiday Feast is a 3-reel Vegas Tech slot machine.

– Island Hoppers is a three-reel Vegas Tech slot.

– It’s Good to be Bad is a three-reel Real Time Gaming slot.

– Jackpot Express is a three-reel Microgaming progressive slot.

– Jet Set is a 3-reel Microgaming slot.

– Jewel Thief is a three-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Jingle Bells is a 3-reel Microgaming slot.

– Jungle Sevens is a three-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Jurassic Jackpot is a 3-reel Microgaming slot.

– Legacy is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

– Liberty 7’s is a 3-reel Vegas Tech slot machine.

– Light Speed is a three-reel Real Time Gaming slot.

– Living in Luxury is a 3-reel Microgaming slot machine.

– Lions Share is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

– LotsaLoot is a 3-reel Microgaming progressive slot.

– Luck of the Irish is a three-reel Vegas Tech slot.

– Lucky Charmer is a 3-reel Microgaming slot.

– Lucky Fruity 7’s is a three-reel Vegas Tech slot machine.

– Lucky Lightning is a 3-reel Real Time Gaming slot.

– Luxury Liners is a three-reel Vegas Tech slot machine.

– Major Millions is a 3-reel Microgaming progressive slot.

– Major Moolah Rival progressive slot machine.

– Malt Shop Memories is a three-reel Vegas Tech slot.

– Mardi Gras is a 3-reel Microgaming slot.

– Marvelous Marlins is a three-reel Vegas Tech slot.

– Mega Money Mine is a 3-reel Vegas Tech slot.

– Milk the Cash Cow is a three-reel Rival Gaming slot machine.

– Monte Magic is a three-reel Vegas Tech slot.

– Off the Hook is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

– Operation M.Y.O.W. is a three-reel Real Time Gaming slot machine.

– Oranges and Lemons is a 3-reel Microgaming slot.

– Pay Day is a 3-reel Vegas Tech slot machine.

– Pharaoh’s Fortune is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

– Pinata Fiesta is a 3-reel Vegas Tech slot machine.

– Pub Fruity is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

– Rapid Reels is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

– Red, White, and Win is a three-reel Vegas Tech progressive slot machine.

– Reels Royce is a 3-reel Microgaming slot.

– Sevens and Bars is a three-reel Rival slot machine.

– Sonic Boom is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

– Strike Gold is a 3-reel Rival Gaming progressive slot.

– Swept Away is a 3-reel Vegas Tech slot machine.

– Track and Fieldmouse is a three-reel Microgaming pub fruity slot.

– Zany Zebra is a three-reel Microgaming slot.

So there you have it, a collection of popular 3-reel online slot machines from Microgaming, Real Time Gaming, Vegas Tech, and Rival Gaming. Whether you play slots online or at a land-based casino, remember to gamble only with the money you can afford to lose. Decide beforehand how much you wish to spend, and don’t exceed your spending limit should you lose. Finally, have fun and quit while you are ahead.

 

About the Author:

Gregory DeVictor is a consultant who has been developing and marketing web sites since 1999. You can learn all about 3-reel and 5-reel slot machines and where to play them online at: http://www.slot-machines.name

Lego NXT – Slot Machine

Monday, January 26th, 2009

Lego NXT – Slot Machine

Fully operational MINDSTORMS SLOT MACHINE accepting 10c and 20c Euro Coins. Returns all prizes in Cash, up to 2.00 Euro per turn.

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The slot machine is perhaps the most popular casino games around. Slots is definitely one of the permanent fixtures of any casino. It has also found i

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

The slot machine is perhaps the most popular casino games around. Slots is definitely one of the permanent fixtures of any casino. It has also found i – an article by Slots Hawkins

The slot machine is perhaps the most popular casino games around. Slots is definitely one of the permanent fixtures of any casino. It has also found its way into online casinos, which enabled it to reach more players.

However, many people are still curious how casino slots work. Many also want to know how they can it goes so that they can find ways to get an edge in the game. As it turns out. It is relatively easy to understand how the game actually runs.

In order to get to know how electronic slots work, you need to first understand how the basic slot machines run. Basically all slot machines have three to five reels which have symbols in them. All reels have the same symbols and what you need to do is to line up certain symbols to get a prize. In older slot machines, the reels are controlled mechanically, which means you only need to look up the possible combinations of all the symbols to gauge your chances of winning.

However, while the reels and symbols are still present in the modern electronic slot machine, the method of its operation is quite different. The electronic slots, as is with its online counterpart, is run using an program called a random number generator or RNG. The RNG is already preprogrammed in the machines circuit.

The RNG is basically a program that creates various number combinations during every turn and randomly selects a number sequence as the winning combination. It uses an algorithm to determine the combinations. The program then again randomly select which reel display to attach the combination. This means that the reels that you see on screen are purely for aesthetic purposes and will not show you the actual number combination. Also, the program can attach the winning number to several reel combinations, which makes it even less likely to determine the winning combination from the reels alone.

Perhaps one of the most frequent misconceptions about the electronic slots is that, since it is run by a computer program, it runs through a cycle and will repeat a particular pattern. This is often the basis of so called slot machine tips that require you to play until a pattern appears. Truth is, it does run on a cycle, but probably not in the course of a casino session. You see, the RNG is programmed to calculate up to four billion number combinations every spin. This means that you will probably need more than a hundred years of continuous play in order to go through all of them. Also, the program reorganizes the different combinations randomly each time, so any pattern wouldnt become apparent. The “cycle” that can bee seen is the use of the reel symbols, which resets when all the possible symbol combinations are used up. However, the amount of possible combinations are so high that you wont be able to get a pattern.

In the end, it seems that you wont be able to beat the electronic slot machine. Rather, you will have to settle for strategies that would make good use of your bets and not rely on trying to guess the winning combinations.

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Top 15 Books About Slots

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

 “Need some tips on how to win at the Slot Machines? Read on for a compiled list and review of the top books aimed at giving you the edge”

There are many books out there offering both advice and tips on how to improve your game play at the Slot Machines. The Slots Guide has narrowed your search for you and below is a comprehensive guide to some of the best books out there.

1Break the One-Armed Bandits by Frank Scoblete – 1994

Scoblete is a well known author for all gambling games. His insight into Slots however, is both easy to understand and offers unique advice. Following his description of the history of Slots, he continues to suggest that in fact, yes, it is possible to play smart at the Slot Machines. He ensures, that the reader, understand the workings of both the Slot machine, and the casinos aim to generate as much profit as possible, whilst giving advice on how to save money and not be burned.

2. Secrets of modern slot playing – Larry Mak – 1997

Packed into the 48 pages of this book by Mak, are some of the best tips you will receive. Mak discusses the reasoning behind how the location of a slot machine can affect your chances of a win or a loss. He manages to give the reader insight into the minds of the casinos, thus increasing the players’ chances of knowing which machine to play, and those to avoid. An enjoyable read for those not so familiar with slots and those wishing to improve their game.

3. The Slot Machine Answer Book: How They Work, How They’ve Changed and How to Overcome the House Advantage – John Grochowski 1999

Grochowski aims to help his readers better understand the workings behind the slot machines. As well as this, he discusses the odds, the development of the game, and which games to play to maximise winnings. Grochowskis use of Questions and Answers format in his book, make this both a thoroughly enjoyable read, as well a comprehensive guide to all things Slots.

4. Slot Smarts: Winning Strategies at the Slot Machine – Claude Halcombe – 2000

Halcombe discusses scenarios which a player may face in great detail. Also contained in this book are instructions for the player, helping the reader better understand Slot Machines. This is an invaluable read for those who enjoy the slots, and gives the player the advantage of in depth knowledge into the games.

5. Advantage Slots – Jack Finch – 2000

This book offers readers the opportunity to better understand Slots. From revealing which area of the country offers the best chances, to when to cut your losses, this book contains it all. Finch shares his expertise and experiences with the readers, to help you gain that competitive edge needed to excel at the slot machines.

6. Slotplay : Build Your Own Jackpot! – Carlene Cole – 1999

Cole explains clearly the logic behind slot machines in an easy to understand format, with a hint of humour. Learn to maximise your winnings and ultimately enjoy the game. An excellent read for all those who enjoy slots.

7. All Slots Made Easier #2 (More Winning Strategies & More Bonus Video Slots) – Gayle Mitchell – 1999

Mitchell aims to help the reader better understand the slots and hence win. Understanding the odds and history of slots can better increase your chance of a big win. This book is a must for all those interested in slots.

8. Slot Machines: A Pictorial History of the First 100 Years – Marshall Fey – 1997

This book is a must for those interested in the History of slot machines. Fey truly knows his stuff, and shares his knowledge in a manner which keeps the reader enthralled. A book for experienced and novices alike.

9. John Patrick On Slots – John Patrick – 2000

Patrick lays the foundations in this humorous book on Slots. Patrick leaves the rest up to the reader. The advice laid out here, is universal and can be brought into practice at any level of gambling, but can certainly aid in the area of slots. A funny and interesting read.

10. Powerful Profits From Slots – Victor Royer – 2003

Royer identifies the true mechanisms behind slot machines in his book. He explains the inner workings of today’s slot machines in an effort to let the reader better understand their chances of winning. An enjoyable read, with some truly amazing facts.

11. All Slots Made Easier (Winning Strategies for Basic Slots, Progressives & Newest Versions) – Gayle Mitchell – 1999

Mitchell has released many a book on the workings of the slot machine. With many taking heed of Mitchell’s advice, you could do worse than to study the strategies and advice offered in this book. An exceptional read.

12. How to Win Millions Playing Slot Machines!: …Or Lose Trying (Scoblete Get-the-Edge Guide) – Frank Legato –  2004

Legato distinguishes the facts from the myths in this book. As an experienced player, his advice is undoubtedly sound. Legato uses humour to ensure an enjoyable read, all the while supplying advice.

13.  Robbing the One-Armed Bandits: Finding and Exploiting Advantageous Slot Machines – Charles W. Lund – 1999

Lund aims to win, and has shared his experiences and advice in this book. “Banking Slots” are discussed in great detail in this book, as according to Lund, this slot is the easiest to beat, and best slot to ensure you are not left disappointed.

14. Secrets of Winning Slots – Avery Cardoza – 2003

Cardoza identifies over twenty strategies which ultimately lead to a win. Some strategies are announced for the first time ever. A must read if you play to win.

15. Slot Machine Strategy: Winning Methods for Hitting the Jackpot – MacIntyre Symms – 2001

Symms studies some of the past players games, and demonstrates precisely what went wrong, and how to overcome the errors made by previous players. Symms has developed a book which is both an enjoyable read for the non slots players, and an informative read for those wanting to win.

 
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