- Always play within your budget
- Be willing to lower your bet
- Stop playing if you hit a limit
Most sessions on slot machines will result in losing money, and there’s nothing you can do to chance that.
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But never bet money you can’t afford to lose, and be sure you’re playing games that fit your bankroll.
As a basic rule of thumb, your gambling bankroll should cover 250 bets to give you a 90 percent chance of lasting three hours.
Here’s a breakdown of recommended bankrolls for that 90-percent chance of three hours without spending it all in some common configurations:
If you walk into a live casino or log onto an online casino with $200, you can’t afford to play dollar slots. Should you decide you want to try them anyway and find you lose a quick $100, be prepared to either walk away or drop to penny slots with the rest of the money.
Slot machines don’t give player the opportunity to make multiple bets in combinations like craps or roulette, or to take advantage of ever-shifting odds as card counters do in blackjack. Nevertheless, slot machines players have tried systems play for generations.
Ultimately, however, slot machine odds are unchanging, the same on every spin. The most creative systems might be fun to try, but they can’t make you a consistent winner.