Lost my money as always.
Lost my money as always.
Don't take 40.00 and expect to win, . Take 500.00 and hit a 5.00 machine.
Played cards there Sunday came out $131 ahead at the poker table, wife lost $100 on the machines, spent $29 on supper. Basically broke even.
*** ? Lost 800 ****. Spun 5-10 dollar spins to no avail. Place always sucks. Thought they might payout on New Years eve.
I'll go there on payday... its like getting two paychecks.
Stay out of the casinos, you degenerates.
How Slot Machines Work Using a Quarter:
1) Get a quarter. Each flip will cost you $1.
2) Each side of the quarter will represent the "slot machines" pay table. If the coin lands on heads, you are paid $1.45. If the coin lands on tails, you are paid 45 cents.
3) The total number of flips of the coin to reach all possibilities of the pay table is two. The dollar amount you will spend while doing so is $2. The amount of money the pay table will pay you is $1.90. This machine's theoretical payback over time is 95 percent.
This is how casinos butt **** you.
Firelake grand never pays at least that's been my experience we used to like to go out there because of that sports bar they have but it just became a lost cause every time we went so we quit going there.
All Indian Casinos dont payout the same and they only get fined and they just pay fine. Grand only pays on days with huge crowds but they didnt New Years eve. I seldom go there cause they simply suck but like a DA did last night.
I only go to local casinos if there's a concert and while there will play a small amount on slots. At The Grand Casino I've hit several jackpots - and by that I mean $100 or less. At Riverwind I've never won more than a small amount and usually I just lose. Most quarter slots you can start with 80 credits and slowly work it down to zero - but over the plays you will win 20-30-40 credits here/there - and if early in your play you should cash out and move machines. I've sat at Riverwind and watched 80 evaporate without anything more than an occasional cherry that gives you a couple of credits. I've never had such brutal bad luck anywhere else - Vegas included.
When I was 21 I went to Laughlin, NV with my grandparents. The last night my grandfather gave me a $100 rack of $1 coins he said spend it house you wish. I put in the Haywire machine and never hit anything real large but just kept hitting the Haywire. It would give you 1,2,3,4 or more extra free spins that were basically were the same prize amount as the initial spin. I ended jump cashing out for $2500. I hate slot machines but if I see a haywire machine I have to play it.
under the sheets
Firelake casino...aptly named.