Re: Sign Reading a Slot Machine


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Posted by Doug McGeary on July 28, 1999 at 03:05:31:

In Reply to: Re: Sign Reading a Slot Machine posted by Jackie Penney on January 10, 1998 at 05:50:31:

: : I am looking for information regarding "sign reading" a slot machine. It is known fact that slot machines tend to bring up specific combinations ( payment and non-payment) before paying out the large combinations or their jackpots. I was relatively successful on the Universal Double Jackpot and Break the Bank slots, when they were 32 and 64 virtual stop machines. On the longer 128 and 256 virtual stop machines this sign reading tends to flawed and therefore not completely reliable. Does anybody have any info regarding sign reading ? Machine types required are : Bally, Universal, IGT and Sigma. I am also looking for information regarding the calculation of possible jackpot times using the slot short information the casinos supply.

: Hi Donald,
: I'm not sure about this system at all. I've often wondered if there was any way to 'read' a slot machine. I suppose if I knew that one, I'd be at the casino right now. Have you tried going to the directory at Gambling.com? They have links to articles and other news groups and forums. Also links to books and things like that. I suppose if the information you are looking for is on the internet, then you'll find it there. The least you could do is find more forums to post to. Right? :) I'll leave the link for you in case you'd just like to click.
: Jackie




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