Guide to Slots

Slot machines are a common device in casinos around the world. Since it was built the first mechanical slot machine in 1895 by Charles Fey, these devices have become very popular with players around the world.

It is believed to have entered in the casinos in Las Vegas in 1940 with the aim to be a light entertainment for the wives of high roller players who bet in the main tables. In the coming decades the machines have taken over, entering the casino and covering about 70% of the assets and revenues of the casinos.

They are so easy to use and offer a low risk in exchange for potentially win big. The progressive machines are able to offer huge jackpot as well as the jackpot grows becoming larger with every turn. The simplicity lies, where the charm is present. Just put a coin in the machine and you start playing right away. Often the tax game is very low in comparison to other games and the prize is equally delicious.

Slot machines are not required by all. Some players think they are too oriented towards fortune. Have no power or tactical ability. Some consider it a gamble from "sleepy brain" where it is needed is a real attention or a particular approach. The odds of winning are few, despite the temptation of high jackpot. Over time they developed the nickname "slot machine", as rarely pay leaving the player the feeling of having little money in your pocket.

Ironically, it is this lack of intensity that helps make it a popular game in the casino. Players can sit in the car, playing with all the money you have in your pocket with the hope of winning the jackpot. Little reflection is needed and the potential payoff can be huge.

Slot machines will always be a part of the casino, because even if they have little chance of success, they have a very attractive jackpot that attracts the player. The low level of participation in the game flatters only players who despite their lack of skill or ability required will always be attractive to a certain type of gamblers.