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        Thanks acorn... that was interesting. Works about how I figured it did, but won't stop me from spinnin' and hopin'!

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        I think that many players are aware of this, we all have our doubts about slots machines. There aren't professional slot machine players for a reason.
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        I would agree with that guy to a certain degree, but only to that degree. Yes, slot machines are not random. How could they be random when they are a program, there is no real randomness in any software to this day.

        There are softwares that collect atmospheric fluctuations to generate randomness for example, which is pretty much the closest to real randomness today. However, its just not realistic someone would open a casino without being certain he has a house edge.

        What i find is much more important that even under circumstances that guy mentioned, people generate randomness simply by playing slots, you never know in which stadium of payout is the machine you started to play. Has it payed that jackpot already? Has it payed anything last 100, or 1000 spins? How can you actually know that?

        Also, by comparing two slots with lets say payouts of 70% and 98%, you cant tell you gonna lose on lower payout one, It just may happen the lower payout machine has started giving. If everything I said is taken into account, and adding to it that real payout value can be aproximately seen after 10.000 spins or more, I say there is quite enough randomness for me there.

        And there is finally a matter of skill there. Yes, from a perspective of professional gambler slots really do not require any skill nor skill influences anything there. But how many players out there really want bother raising a skill on a certain game? It is highly likely there is much more casual gamblers who just want to test their luck and have some fun and entertainment in the process, than spend years making skill in poker, blackjack or whathever other game.

        So to summarize, yes, the guy has a point but only from a perspective of proffessional gambler who aims to earn for life only by gambling, dedicating years of his life to it.

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