Can a Slot Game Remember What You Won?

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    Joe Clark
    Joe Clark

    Hello, I would like to know if a slot game remembers what you’ve won in the past. As a example: I last played the Admiral Nelson game and won 400 euros. After a few days I went to the same slot and now he gave absolutely nothing. This is also the case with multiple slots. Tipsy tourist win 160 euros 2 days later totaly nothing Puppy love win 100 euros few days later nothing. I have many examples like this
    I ask the casino this question and they came al with the same answer. they work with a randdom key generator and so sometimes you win sometime you lose.
    I’m not really happy with this answer, I think a slot game remembers what you’ve won in recent times and when you’ve won big winnings with a particular slot machine. That for the time being it does not give big profits anymore. does somebody know more about this case?
    Nobody can give me a straight answer on this question. Experience shows that the slots keep this in mind. But I would like to know with certainty
    I didn’t find the right solution from the internet.
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    Betty Moore
    betty moore

    Hi Joe:
    I am retired from a casino career, in Vegas, and then Mississippi. I was a dealer, front of the house, but I LOVED video poker from its introduction.
    I can give you the information I have from real life. Whether that applies to these online casinos, I can’t begin to know.
    In the beginning, video poker had 1/4 or 1/5 chips – that meant that one in four, or five, hands would produce a winner, even if that winner was only a pair of jacks for even money. As time progressed and video poker rebuilt Vegas, the odds went steadily up, 1/8, 1/12, 1/16 – etc. And still people played.
    And it was perfectly possible to sit at a 1/20 and have a magical time. You have not defied the odds, you were just in the right place at the right time. The machine is unaware that it has been overholding, and is therefore due to release some winners, in order to balance the 1 in 20 odds.
    Obviously, online, the machines know it’s US – so do they overpay, underpay? I don’t know. I don’t know who would be willing to educate online players on the subject (and keep their job).
    In brick and mortar casinos, I can tell you that the slots or video pokers in high traffic areas like the end of the row, near the cashier, were given higher-pay chips for 24/48 hours. Do online casinos treat a new player the same way?? Can’t answer. Wish I knew. Good luck! Bet

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