Does Las Vegas still have Coin Slot Machines?

Around the 1990s, Las Vegas began a shift from coin-operated slot machines to ticket-based models. This of course is more convenient because you no longer have to walk around the casino with a bucket full of quarters. However, there are still people who get a sense of nostalgia for the old, coin-operated 3-reelers. So can …

What’s a Good Slots RTP?

One of the most-important factors for beating slots, or at least making your bankroll last, is return to player (RTP). We’ve discussed what RTP is before, but you may wonder what exactly is a good RTP. Unfortunately, there’s no definitive figure that tells you exactly what return percentage you should be willing to accept. But …

Slots not Focus in New Vegas Strip Projects

For decades, Las Vegas casinos have relied on slot machines to bring in customers. However, these days, it seems that the Vegas Strip’s biggest entrepreneurs are putting their main focus on non-slots attractions. For example, MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren has debuted a 20,000-seat arena while Wynn Resorts Chairman Steve Wynn is working on …

Mega Moolah Jackpot hit for €6.9m

The famed Mega Moolah online slots jackpot has been hit again, this time for a whopping €6,905,670. The huge win happened earlier this month, when an unassuming player began playing for the famed Microgaming progressive slots jackpot. Not long after starting their slots session, the player won the life-changing payout. Microgaming spokesman John Quinn was …

David Gest lost £10k a Day on Slots

Music producer and reality TV star David Gest recently passed away at the age of 62. And one of the most-surprising revelations after his death is that he had a big affinity for slots. Specifically, Gest would regularly play 50-pence slots in UK casinos, sometimes losing as much as £10,000 in one sitting. “He would …

Ohio Slots Deal survives Legal Challenge – But One Hurdle remains

The Ohio Supreme Court has upheld Gov. John Kasich’s decision to add slots-like video lottery terminals at the state’s seven racetracks. This shoots down an attempt by the Ohio Roundtable anti-gambling group to stop slots from spreading to racetracks. Upholding a lower court’s decision, a majority of Ohio Supreme Court judges voted against the Ohio …