Didn t the casinos take all the fun out of slots by raising maximum bets, using complicated slots with multi lines, infrequent payouts,etc?
Years ago playing the slots was so much fun, there were frequent winners yelling with excitement. Now the complicated video slot machines make all the noise and the players are quiet and disgusted of losing all the time while the casino keeps hiking the cost to play. No wonder the newest casino in Catskill, NY is failing. No more casino vacations for me, they finally lost me as a player and can take another fool s money.
- ErikLv 710 months ago
I never play slots, but when I walked by that section of the casino, it didn't look like any of them were having fun. Most of them looked like they were depressed or on heroin.
- DCM5150Lv 710 months ago
I was just with a person playing 8 cents a spin on a slot machine and was up $17.
Sure, typical costs of anything are going to go up. So 25 cents bet in a 1965 slot machine would be a $2 bet today (simply based on inflation rates).
I will say that the first time I walked into a casino and you no longer heard the coins hitting the tray did completely change the feel and still does.
If you are taking casino vacations you should go to places that are well regulated and have minimum guarantee payouts on the slot machines.
- 10 months ago
They should have left it to the tribes.