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Deciding on Which Slot Games to Play

Slots are easily one of the most popular types of casino games Millions of players all over the world enjoy playing them, both in land-based casinos and online. They have evolved significantly since the early mechanical versions, and some of the latest video slots provide an amazing gaming experience.

Because of their popularity, there are literally thousands of different slots games around. If you walk into any large casino you are likely to see row after row of slot machines, and most online casinos have an excellent range of games available. This is obviously a good thing for slots players, as the variety means you have plenty of choice when deciding what to play. However, it can also make it difficult to work out which are the best games to play.

In many respects, it doesn't really matter which games you choose to play. The basic principle is pretty much the same in all of them, and your choice of game is unlikely to have a dramatic impact on your overall chances of winning some money. There are few things you might want to think about when deciding what to play though, and we discuss these in this article.

All slot games have an expected payout rate. This rate shows how much money a game will pay out over time, in relation to the amount of money wagered. For example, a slot game with a payout rate of 90% will pay out $90 for every $100 wagered. A slot game with a payout rate of 80% will pay out $80 for every $100 wagered.

As you can see from this, it is in your best interests to play games that have a high payout rate. The higher the payout rate, the more playing time you will get for your money on average. Therefore, if your priority is to making sure that your money lasts as long as possible, the payout rate is the single most important factor you should consider. Please note, though, that you cannot always tell what the payout rate of a game is. Many casinos, live and online, make that information available – but not all of them do.

It's also worth noting that a payout rate only applies over the long term, and there is no guarantee that a game will perform precisely in line with its payout rate during the time you play it. A game with a 90% payout doesn't pay out exactly $90 every time you wager $100; it averages out to that rate over thousands of spin. Of course, it is this deviation from the payout rate in the short term that means it's possible to win money.


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