How to win at slot machines using technology
When talking about games of chance at an online casino, slots definitely come to mind as most people are convinced that winning when playing slots is entirely based on luck. However this is a misconception, as slots are largely considered as chance-based games, they are also not entirely based on luck.
There are certain tricks, tactics and strategies that players can employ to increase their chances of winning when playing slots games. These tricks are broad-based i.e. some of them are based on superstitions and you may already have come across some myths explaining how to increase your chances when playing slots games. Other methods however, are purely based on technology.
In this article, we focus on the latter i.e. how technology can help increase your chances of winning when playing slot games.
Play at loose slot machines
Slot machines are designed to return a (theoretical) certain percentage of invested real money wagers, which is known as the Return to Player percentage (RTP). However, as most don't know, slot machines tend to depreciate and wear down in value after a while. When this happens, the 'theoretical' percentage is also affected which means these games will start paying out more than what they supposed to. This, therefore, means that you can take advantage of the situation to increase your chances of winning. Online casino operators like 888 slots know that this is very much possible, but they strategically place loose and tight slot machines together in order to deceive you. The objective, therefore, is outsmart the casino by learning how to spot loose machines.
Learning how Random Number Generators work
All slot machines have a built-in random number generator (RNG). RNG is the mechanism, which makes the outcomes of slot games random. There are different RNGs, but most slot machines use the pseudorandom number generator (PRNG). This PRNG uses a seed value and normally the value is set at 1. What this means is that the range of the PRNG starts from 0 up to 1 i.e. all the outcomes of the slot machine are between 0 and 1. Memorising the PRNG range is impossible, to say the least, because there are many values in between. However, it's possible for anyone to learn how a certain PRNG operates especially if you devote a lot of time playing at a single slot machine. Once you are familiar with how the PRNG pops up its slot outcome, you can drastically increase your chances of winning. Another thing to note is that most PRNG slot machines have a non-blocking feature. What this simply implies is that once the machine reaches the seed, value (1), it repeats its sequence from zero. However, due to the sheer volume of ranges between 0 and 1, most slot machines fail to reach the seed value during their lifespan.
Reverse engineering also centres on PRNG, but can only be done by a team of mathematicians, statisticians or other like-minded people. Reverse engineering is all about tinkering with the PRNG in a slot machine whereby the action starts with the people on the ground i.e. at land-based casinos. The people on the ground identify slot machines that they deem vulnerable. When they do, they send footage of the machine to a mathematician who will, in turn, analyse the footage of the slot machine. After a thorough analysis, they produce a time that the slot machine is likely going to award a big win. Thereafter, an answer is sent back with the opportune time to play to the people on the ground, who in turn, play at that particular slot machine at a given time where they know the machine is going to spit out a huge win.
As you can see, there are many other ways to improve your chances of winning when playing slots. These methods may be more tedious to employ as opposed to regular slots strategies; however, with some invested time, knowledge and technological resources, getting some slots payouts is very much possible.
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