Nutella Slot Machine Making Waves in Japan

Japan may not offer any true slot machines right now. But they do have a Nutella slot machine that’s drawing a lot of interest. Rather than paying players in cash, this game delivers payouts in the form of Nutella toast. The toppings are determined by the results. Keep reading to find out more on this …

3 Ways to Gain a Progressive Slots Advantage

Progressive slots are among the most-random games in the casino. Nevertheless, there are still times when you can gain a progressive slots advantage. You can’t count on these advantages as much as card counting or similar techniques. But you can still try to make long-term profits with the following three methods. 1. Play When the …

3 Reasons Why Banking Slots Died

Banking slots are interesting games that deliver bonuses as soon as you fill a meter. All you do is collect special scatter icons to fill the meter and trigger the bonus. Banking slots are attractive because they can offer you a theoretical advantage. You can gain positive expected value (+EV) if you play these machines …

How Important Is Slots RTP?

Slots return to player (RTP) determines how much money you figure to win from a game on average. Obviously slots RTP is important from the perspective of improving your chances of winning. But is payback rarely that crucial to your slots odds? Keep reading as I discuss both the short-term and long-term implications of RTP. …

Vintage Slot Machine Sells for $80k

The vintage slot machine has lost its popularity due to the highly advanced games that are available today. But vintage slots are still hot sellers in the antique market. Case in point, one vintage slot machine recently sold for $80,000 at a Las Vegas auction. The auction saw 150 other slot machines sold during a …

Novomatic Fined €2.5m for Failure to Monitor Slots Addict

Austrian game-maker Novomatic has been ordered to pay €2.5 million ($2.9m) to a problem gambler. The fine comes after the slots addict spent €2 million on Novomatic games from 2002 to 2012. The anonymous plaintiff’s lawyers said that their client was “partially incapacitated” by their addiction. They were unable to work as a result of …