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Earn Marquee Comps and Tier Points for each purchase. Earn Tier Points and Comps for Purchases. You've been awarded credits! Click Here to Redeem Sorry, we had an error redeeming your credits. We'll try again soon. Also notice the overhead signs that indicate different areas and how to get back to where you were. Know what you're looking at. Though there are different types of machines all of varying, payouts, popularity, and method, how they work is generally all the same.

There's just a few things you should know how to work: You can pay with a previous payout ticket, your member card, or cash. Often if not always , the previous payout ticket will go in the same slot the cash can be inserted.

These areas will be lit up and unmissable. If you see the Bill Acceptor not lit, or flashing blue, it is in need of service or what is called a Bill Drop [emptying out the accepted cash and making it ready to accept new money]. Most machines no longer spit out coins. If you're looking for a coin tray, you may be looking for a while.

New machines use the TITO system [ticket in, ticket out]. Some casinos have reverted back to coin usage in the high limit areas, as it takes less time to play coins that it does to insert paper. For certain variations of games, the methodology is spelled out on the glass above the screen. It'll tell you what type of game it is, what each spin pays out, and details on the jackpot.

If it's there, read it before you sit down. Some machines will be blatantly better than others. Machines tend to be grouped by denomination, style and brand name. Each machine has a light on top of it called a 'candle'. The candle contains a color indicating its denomination, and also serves to notify the slot attendant if service is needed. The candle flashes in specific patterns for service needed, entry made into the machine, jackpot, door not secure, and other functions.

Locate the "Cash Out" button. This is how you'll finally be freed from your semi-conscious state and released into the world of windows, clocks, and not-for-free soda. Press it and it'll tabulate your winnings and issue a ticket, which you can then take to the cashier or to the payout redemption machine -- if you win, of course. Keep in mind that tickets are bearer instruments; whoever holds it can redeem it.

So guard it as you would cash. If you find one on the floor or other location, do NOT attempt to redeem it; turn it in to Security or other official. All tickets are numbered and time-stamped, and attempting to cash out one that isnt yours can get you in trouble, up to and including being ejected and barred from the location!

Decide the amount that you're comfortable betting each pull. With slot machines, you can bet a surprisingly high amount of money in no time. In fact, they can move faster than some table games. Find an amount that doesn't make your stomach churn? Generally speaking, if more money is needed to hit the jackpots, you should bet it why play if you can't win?

So if you're not looking to dip into your grandmother's inheritance, the penny, nickel, or quarter slots may be more to your liking. And you'll get more playing time out of your dollar in the long run! Most casinos lay out these machines in sections. Don't buy into casino mapping. Sure, casinos employ a certain level of strategy in placing their slots, but each one varies and it's not something so simple as to be understood with a quick glance or paragraph.

What's more, with technology nowadays, they can change a machine's payout at the click of the button. So before you go asking that cute hostess where you should play, think again. While we're at it, the concept of a "hot" machine also doesn't pan out logically. Realistically speaking, a slot machine is a like a pair of dice. You may feel like after you roll four sixes in a row you're probably not going to get another six, but in all likelihood, the six is just as likely to come up again as every other number.

With each roll, the dice starts back over. And the slot machine is the same. It's only over the course of an absolutely Titanic-sized number of turns that the casinos are getting their payout numbers. Master the multiplier machine. This is the type where if you play a coin, you get a certain amount of money.

If you play two coins, you get a much bigger amount of money. And if you play three coins, well, you'd be practically robbing the bank if you won. Betting more doesn't increase your chances of winning, so it's fine not to bet max on this type of game.

This kind is fairly straightforward in that if you bet a small amount, you'll win a small amount; bet a large amount, you'll win a large amount -- but it doesn't effect the number of times you win. Look for machines that don't have much of a discrepancy between the coins if you're looking to save your money.

If one coin gets you on the jackpot, and 2 coins gets you , but three coins gets you , you may want to walk away. Imagine what would happen if you bet one coin and hit it big! You'd be sulking all the way to the buffet. Bet a bunch on buy-a-pays. Not only is that alliteration, but it's true. If you're on a buy-a-pay, always bet the max. One coin may buy you the center line, two coins will buy you a diagonal, and three coins gets you the whole 9 yards. This also works with symbols.

Again, imagine yourself betting one coin and seeing come up in a diagonal! If you do choose this machine, it's best to go big or go home. In other words, this machine doesn't increase the amount you win if were to bet more, it just increases the amount of winning combinations or places you have access to.

You're literally buying what will pay you. Buy-a-pay slots are recognizable by the layout of their pay tables. Notice, for example, that a Double Diamond slot has the same symbols shown for one coin or two coin play. All symbols are active regardless of coins played. But look at Bally's Flaming 7s machine, and you will see the bars listed for one coin and the 7s listed for two coins.

For the sevens to be active, you must play both coins per play. If the 7s come up with only 1 coin in, you do not win. As we have mentioned before, learn so you can earn! Some video machines work like this, but those get their separate section. Plug into the progressive slots. If you see a whole bunch of people at a row of machines with a giant display board above them that's turning into quite the spectacle, that's a community progressive game.

These types of slots have a jackpot total that grows each time the machines are played. All their machines are linked up to each other's and the first person to hit the jackpot gets a percentage of all the play, not just their own.

If you don't bet the max, you won't be winning the jackpot. You can get smaller cash prizes, but the jackpot won't have your name on it. So if you do spend your time at this machine -- which, in its defense, can have ridiculously large jackpots -- be ready to turn out your pockets.

Venture into the video games. These are otherwise referred to as "multi-line" games and they work similarly to buy-a-pays. You get to choose how many lines you'd like to buy and how many credits you'd like to spend on each line. It probably won't pay you anything, but you could do it. Some machines have up to lines that you can bet on, and you can usually bet somewhere between a penny and a dollar per line depending.

For greater payback percentage, increased ratings as a player and more personalized attention, you may wish to move over to the high-limit machines. You do not need to bet max on this game, but you should bet all the lines. That way, not a turn will go by where you see a winner but don't get it reflected in your winnings because you didn't bet the line. The machine doesn't care which lines you're betting and won't adjust its payout rates accordingly, so bet 'em all to catch 'em all.

Video games are far and away the most popular slot as of late. That's because they offer bonus rounds, scatter pays and special events fairly regularly.

In addition to the fun and varied animation, it gives you the sense that you're actually playing a game and may have a chance at winning. Okay, so video poker may be more popular, but that's another beast entirely.

If you'd like to take a stab at this world, wikiHow has resources for that , too. Winning combinations will criss-cross, use diagonals, Ms, Ws, squigglies, curly-cues, and other directions, depending on the game. Even if you think you're not winning, you might be and when you think you're winning, you may not be. Just take in the pretty pictures and try to keep your head above water.

And then saddle up for a bonus round and put those free spins to work. Settle on a game. Now that you know the different variations of play, the casino is your oyster. Find a machine that's open and settle down for what will hopefully be a long spell.

Insert your player's card even if you're not using it to access cash -- you'll get points this way and then either insert cash or a previous payout ticket. Then it's all shiny lights and buzzes from there! Follow the prompts on the screen or read the directions above it.

If you get confused or the machine doesn't seem to be working, call an attendant there's a button on the dash that will do this for you -- the machine will light up, notifying them to help you.

When you're ready to leave, hit the "Cash Out" button. This will print you a receipt that you can then take to a Casino ATM or to the cashier's box. Once obtained, remove your player's card and hit the patterned carpeting. What time is it, anyway? Though casinos are hot spots for hedonism, that doesn't mean they're not subject to maintaining a certain amount of class.

In general, the etiquette rules of any given casino are fairly logical: If you see a jacket on a chair or a chair is pushed up against a machine, it's taken.

You'll just end up in the middle of a confrontation when the person gets back from the bathroom. Don't play more than one or two machines at a time.

And if the casino is even remotely crowded, only play the one. Don't ruin someone else's good time with your insatiable appetite for handle-pulling. If you see someone get a jackpot that should've been yours, don't fuss:

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