So your sitting and playing your favoite slot machine, and doing pretty well, when a casino employee walks up and politley asks you to step back while she adds payout vouchers to the printer. You do so and watch her go to work. She slides her card in, punches some numbers, then opens the machine. She quickly fills the vouchers, closes the machine, punches a few more numbers and BAM, she is thanking you for your patience and she is on her merry way. NOW...How likely are you to continue to play that machine?? Are you thinking with all those little buttons she just pushed she somehow has changed the odds of that machine to the casino's favor? That she flipped a switch once inside the machine?? I know I used to. Another Myth debunked gang...The odds of that machine are pre-programmed by the slot manufacturer, not the casino, or any employee. The Random Number Generator is always at work. There is no such thing as a pay cycle or a take cycle. And there is no employee that can change the machines RNG chip to do anything but what the manufacturer programmed it to do.
Hope this helps debunk yet another myth about slot machines..PMM2008
PS...Pulling the handle vs hitting the button does nothing to change the programmed outcome of the machine. Pulling the handle or hitting the button is going to get you the same outcome determined by the RNG.
Will you stay on that machine after an employee has worked on it??
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