New players trying their luck in online casinos have a lot of doubts and concerns. Some of the commonly asked questions will be answered in this article.
Q: If you want to win on a slot machine, do you need to bet maximum?
A: No. In slot machines you choose what coins and how many of them you want to bet per spin. You manage that according to your bankroll. For example with only $50 to spare, it’s better to bet $1 in a $1 machine, even though it also has the options of betting 2 or 3 coins – your money will run out more slowly this way (obviously it doesn’t apply if you’re lucky enough to win right at the beginning). There are different amounts of money you can win for one coin than for the maximum, but you always can win something. With more coins you can win more, but you can also lose more.
Q: Are slot machines fixed?
A: No. They’re not run by humans either, so they cannot cheat or steal. Random Number Generator makes sure that everything is completely random, fair and not fixed. Each reel is assigned a number, for example 1, 2 and 3 for slots with 3 reels. Each reel also has a certain number of symbols on it, and they’re numbered as well. Random numbers are generated for each reel, and the symbols stop on the paylines according to these numbers.
Q: If you hit on a slot machine, can you do it again?
A: You can, because the Random Number Generator can’t know what is hit and when. You can win multiple times in the same game play.
Q: Does changing the coin size help you win?
A: No. The slot machine doesn’t know how much your bet is worth. It’s not true that switching from 2 coins to 1 or 3 changes anything, because everything is done randomly and nothing is predetermined.