• Usually, yes. Always check the payout table on the slot, but most of them have the best odds for max bet amounts, and often the payout is dramatically better for max bets. If you're going to play anyway, you might as well give yourself the best odds.
  • No it does not increase your odds in any way. Slot machines work based on odds for example 1 in 1,000,000 of hitting a jackpot. Do not misunderstand this though, it does not mean if you spin 1,000,000 times you will hit the jackpot once, it means each individual spin has a 1 in 1,000,000 chance. More money going in does not increase your odds, as the odds are always the same on ever spin of a slot machine. It increases your chances as you are having more spins but it will not increase your odds of winning the jackpot or any other money.
  • No, not in my experience. on a a dollar, three dollar machine, the third coin deposited is 99% donated to the casino. i have won more on playing just two coins, than any other. i believe more gamblers play two coins, rather than one or three. this is why jackpots are more numerous by playing only two coins. playing one coin consistently, will get you a payback, but the amount will be very small compared to the amount you have deposited.
  • It totally depends upon the game design. The pay back amount is higher if you play for the maximum number of coins in a N number coin game. Play back will be higher if you play for N-1 coin.
  • Hell no!!! My ex gave me $40 for the quarter slots and told me to put in three quarters per just made the money run out quicker.
  • I don't think so. I think it just improves the payout.
  • LOL, got more coins I can borrow?

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