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Interesting, and I agree with the premise that machines dont have to be super intelligent in order for us to lose.

However jumping from machine to machine can be just as toxic to my bankroll

I have done that, and as I lose I wonder if I just should have stayed at the original machine and maybe let things "even out"

I dont think that it is a better selection to watch someone win at a machine, and as theyleave, grab the machine because "its a hot one".
And it could be equally "better" to go to a machine where the person got wiped out thinking that the machine is now "due" to get better.

to jump or not to jump....that is the question. And I still dont know if there is a real correct answer. To take a machine that just paid out or a machine that just sucked out all of someones money.......again I dont know there is a real correct answer.

I am talking about all things being equal. For example there re some machines that pay very little to begin with, they are there for entertainment like a video game or pinball machine. They give alot of bells and whistles and fun type bonuses but generally drain your money while giving very sophistcated video and audio diversion.

But once you find a type of machine that has a better pay rate....then my post above regards jumping or not jumping to a similar type machine...and not to one of those money eater entertainment games.
 

King of Slots

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as for me I also dont know the answer for this question - jump or not to jump.. i have some favourite slots that i cant leave without attention and sometimes try new ones.. payouts can be very different, there is no law here
 

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