Telltale Signs the Slot Machine Is About to Hit a Jackpot

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What does your strategy look like when playing slots and can you think of any tips that might help a new player increase their chances of winning? Everyone’s had dreams of hitting it big. Be it playing the lottery or investing in crypto, there are a million ways to try and ‘beat the system’. But what if I were to tell you that one of the easiest ways to secure your big windfall was to hit up the casino and play some slots?

▬Contents of this video▬
00:00 – Intro
00:32 – Time The Machines
01:32 – Look For Tight Machines
02:15 – Choose Slots With High Payouts
03:11 – Steer Clear Of Unpopular Machines
04:03 – Don’t Play A Machine For Too Long
04:39 – Play High Limit Slots
05:25 – Play To Win
05:56 – Test The Payout
06:35 – Play Multiple Machines
07:17 – Know When To Stop
07:42 – Outro

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Now before you click away and write this video off as being a bunch of clickbaity balogna, hear us out. Sure, there is a lot of luck involved in winning at the slot machine, but with a little cleverness and some careful planning, you can very well win large amounts of cold hard cash in no time.

In this video, we’re going to be discussing some proven strategies that can make winning this game of chance significantly easier. Granted, slot machines are inherently unpredictable. We’d be lying if we were to tell you that there was some kind of sure-fire method to win with each and every lever pull. Slots win at random. So, you never want to count on a machine to produce specific results.

That being said, you can significantly improve your odds of winning by both implementing the methods were going to discuss as well as looking out for a few indicators that you might be playing at what’s known as a ‘loose’ machine. Facts Verse Presents: Telltale Signs the Slot Machine is About to Hit a Jackpot

Telltale Signs the Slot Machine Is About to Hit a Jackpot

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35 thoughts on “Telltale Signs the Slot Machine Is About to Hit a Jackpot

  1. Before you go,sit down and figure how much you are willing to lose,and only take that amount in the Casino,if you lose it go home,if you win anything substantial go home,remember you are not a winner unless you come home with it!!

  2. Welp, this is wrong. It’s a random number generator. It’s like saying Red came up on roulette 5x in a row, it must be black next time.

  3. That whole video was 10 minutes of crap that side step get each way just like the casino does to take your money it gave you no useful information

  4. I’ve worked in a casino for 23 years, there is no way to predict what machine will pay at any given time. Wins are completely random and trying to convince people otherwise is misleading. There is no way to increase your odds

  5. Expensive amusement machines should be taken as only bet what you can afford. I go to my local club once a month, and I see famiguy faces and they tell me they go every day. I'd go crazy if I had to go to a place every day that is far too well lit up 24/7.

  6. Sounds interesting. However, my luck is such that if there was a guarantee that guaranteed 9999 wins out of 10000, I'm always number 10 thousand.

  7. played the nickle slots at the NCO club when i was stationed overseas, on a Friday would take a roll of nickles and 5 dollars buy a drink and shoot slots when i ran out of nickles it was time to go home. one Friday i dropped my last five nickles in a five line slot and it dumped $40 and some change. i immediately cashed in and headed for the door, dropped 3 quarters in the last machine by the door and dang it lit up and dumped $75 i never played another machine for 15 years 😁 also never had em light up like that again but hey i played for fun, could play for several hours rather than an hour at most in the barracks video games

  8. Alot progressive machines if you pay attention you know when they are going hit whether it be the sounds light patterns or certain 😉 🤔 noises etc

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  10. Always go at the venues popular ltime, like after work time, where the big payout more likely to occur.

  11. There is noway of predicting when a slot will hit or you will win the jack pot~your better off putting your money in the ban at a high interest rate~save your money and do not gamble~a fool and his money are very soon and quickly parted when gambling~don't be a fool keep your money

  12. This video is total nonsense. There is no way to tell when a machine might hit. Watch Cowboy Slots if you need information about slot machine play. He worked in casinos and has knowledge of how the slots work. There are people out there that will sell you secrets to winning at slots. This guy acts like that. Don't buy anything these "experts" are selling.

  13. A slot machine is controlled by a random number generator. Each spin is an independent, random event. There is NO way you can predict what it will do. In fact, if you wait just a split second longer or shorter, you'll get a different outcome. Machines don't get warm or hot. Their recent events in no way predict or affect future spins. At all. Ever. Each spin is random and independent (there are those two words again!). You could have a huge jackpot on a machine and the very next spin would have the exact same odds of hitting a jackpot.

    Machines do NOT have "cycles." See above. That is total nonsense.

    A machine is "tight" or "loose" because of its payouts, which determine the casino's edge and, thus, your chances of winning. IT DOES NOT EVER CHANGE! The only way a machine can get tighter or looser is to reprogram it to increase or decrease payouts, something casinos rarely do–and never do on the casino floor.

    In Las Vegas, there are some methods of determining which machines have stronger payouts. For example, the higher the minimum bet, the looser they make the machines. Why? Because they want those players to stick around. Also, some machines are strategically placed in high traffic areas and are looser to attract players who hear more winning. But you never really know and are only guessing.

    "If a machine has been tight for a noticeable length of time ,then it will eventually reach a point where it will pay out a few decent-sized wins." This is total and absurd B.S. for all the reasons I've described.

    There is NO way to turn the odds in your favor. Even the best odds are against you.

    What other players play or not is irrelevant. Machines are not popular because they pay out. They're popular because people have fun playing them.

    "The less popular machines tend to be far less entertaining and lack special features which both add more enjoyment to your gaming experience as well as increase your chances of winning." This is a LIE. In fact, the opposite is true. The most popular machines are those with famiguy themes, and slot manufacturers have to pay a premium to license them. (You don't think they got to use "Wheel of Fortune" for free, did you?) Well, that stuff costs money, making the machines much more expensive. To justify this, they have to make more money, and they do that by paying out less.

    "Don't play a machine too long." Another lie. It doesn't matter for how long or how short you play a machine. Each spin has the exact same odds of winning. The only truth is that the longer you play, the more likely it is you will lose. (Variance sometimes produces winners in the short term, but the long game belongs to the casino, not the players.)

    "You'll be that much more closer to hitting." No, you won't. As I've explained, each spin is a random, independent event. The machine has no memory of what has gone on before. It doesn't "tighten" or "loosen" over time.

    Yes, as I said earlier, high-limit slots have better payouts. But the odds are still with the casino. You're playing a losing game…and you have zero ways to change it. (Because you're not really "playing" slots. You're just gambling on what a machine will do when you feed it money.)

    Yes on the one piece of advice that is actually true: play a max bet on each roll. Normally, a max bet is required to access the machine's highest payouts. But remember, the odds are still against you.

    "Test the payout." More nonsense. You can't judge it because they're…wait for it…random independent events! Your machine might hand you a few winners or losers in a row. These are random, but this video is telling you to give them meaning they simply do not have.

    Playing multiple machines changes nothing, except you're now doubling the house's edge (when you consider spins over time). You're just speeding up your losing and you're not improving your odds of winning. Not one little bit. You're improving your odds of losing…by a lot.

    Loose machines are not situated next to tight ones. That's absurd. And you cannot tell which are tight and which are loose by simply playing them. The randomness and variance of them will cover that up.

    You cannot "know when to stop," unless you've set some sort of limit for yourself. And if you do, the casino loves you. See, their pockets are way deeper than yours. You might hit a hot streak and take them for some serious cash. That's okay, they can take it. But if you get on a cold streak you could hit the bottom of your empty wallet and stop playing, which ensures you (a) never win it back and (b) won't go home too hurt (so you'll come back). Vegas loves the limited gambler.

    Cash management can help you keep from getting hurt, but it doesn't change the basics: the odds are against you and you can't change that. If, by chance (variance), you are ahead at some point and want to quit, fine. Do it. But never, ever play again. Anywhere. Ever. Because if you do, your winnings are at stake all over again in a game decidedly against you. That never changes, no matter how long it's been since you last played.

    Every casino game (except two) has odds that you simply cannot beat (except through variance–some people hit hot streaks or jackpots, but these are unpredictable). The two exceptions are poker, where you're playing against other players (and the house takes a cut of each pot), and blackjack–if you count cards, maintain a running count, maintain a true count, play perfect strategy, vary your bets based on the true count, and vary your basic strategy based on the true count. Oh, and not get caught. It's not illegal, but they will "back you off" (tell you that you cannot play anymore) if they suspect you're card-counting.

    This video isn't just wrong; it's harmful. It encourages people who know nothing about statistics and probabilities to engage in a non-scientific system that has zero impact on one's odds of winning. I normally enjoy this channel and I subscribe. But if I see one more video like this that is purposely designed to hurt people, that will stop.

  14. All lies those are fixed to pay off when the machine in ready. When they take the money out the people hit a button and the machine goes back to zero. So they lie. Don't believe them they lie. All they do is take your money. They are all fixed to pay off.

  15. I never win all they do is take my money so I don't go to Las Vegas any more I never win so I would rather spend my money on food and rent and bill so don't go to Las Vegas because all they do is take your money. All we are to them are suckered in to it. So don't go to Las Vegas they are just going to take your money.


  17. I live in Las Vegas and I used all of these strategies a few years ago before the pandemic. I won tens of thousands in less than a year. Everyone says the machines are just random or whatever, but I can say from experience that's total nonsense. I would win almost every day just by picking the machines carefully, monitoring how they were acting, and increasing my wagering when necessary. I had one hotel close to my house that I would go to every day. I knew all the machines and which ones had hit, I could see exactly how they were acting and make choices appropriately. After a few years break, I came back to it recently and it seems to be a whole different ballgame. Every machine is so tight, there's like two good ones I've found out of 50. It seems totally impossible to hit a natural royal as well. I've gone to many different casinos, tested different machines, different wagers. They all just eat your money. I think the casinos have decided to get all their money back from the pandemic and they're just gonna rob everyone to get it. I wish you could still win at video poker, and maybe you can in some other places, but Las Vegas in particular seems hopeless as of right now. I'm still not done experimenting though, so we'll see. But the moral of the story is, those machines can definitely be programmed behind the scenes. They played differently years ago than they do now.

  18. One thing that traditional computer systems aren’t good at is coin flipping,” says Steve Ward, Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. “They’re deterministic, which means that if you ask the same question you’ll get the same answer every time. In fact, such machines are specifically and carefully programmed to eliminate randomness in results. They do this by following rules and relying on algorithms when they compute.”

    You can program a machine to generate what can be called “random” numbers, but the machine is always at the mercy of its programming. “On a completely deterministic machine you can’t generate anything you could really call a random sequence of numbers,” says Ward, “because the machine is following the same algorithm to generate them. Typically, that means it starts with a common ‘seed’ number and then follows a pattern.” The results may be sufficiently complex to make the pattern difficult to identify, but because it is ruled by a carefully defined and consistently repeated algorithm, the numbers it produces are not truly random. “They are what we call ‘pseudo-random’ numbers,” Ward says.

    For most applications, a pseudo-random number is sufficient, he adds. “For example, if you want to do a random sampling of a large set of data, you’ll need numbers to feed into the program so that the samples are more or less evenly distributed. Using pseudo-random numbers is perfectly acceptable in this case because there’s no quantitative advantage in the degree of randomness.” Similarly, a CD player in “random” mode is probably really playing in pseudo-random mode, with a pattern that is discernible if you listen carefully enough.

    Not all randomness is pseudo, however, says Ward. There are ways that machines can generate truly random numbers. And the importance of true randomness is not to be underestimated, he adds. “If you go to an online poker site, for example, and you know the algorithm and seed, you can write a program that will predict the cards that are going to be dealt.” Truly random numbers make such reverse engineering impossible, he adds. There are devices that generate numbers that claim to be truly random. They rely on unpredictable processes like thermal or atmospheric noise rather than human-defined patterns. The results might still be slightly biased towards higher numbers or even numbers, but they’re not generated by a deterministic algorithm. -by Jason Rubin

  19. The best slot machines to play are the ones with 3 reels! If the reels of a slot machine contain fruit, for example CHERRIES, when a slot machine starts to show lots of fruit appearing,
    that is a sign that a payoff is probably coming soon! I base this on years and years of playing slot machines! There are no guarantees, but displaying fruit means it's getting friendly!

  20. You're advice is horrific. Tight machines don't pay. Play and step away if it's npt paying

  21. @Pompsie saw Greta several times through out this video. Hope this was something you already knew about, especially for a channel with 9M followers! 🎰

  22. Machines loose 20 minutes on hour (know when to walk away )it'll be waiting on you when you come back

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