Short Term Slots System
A player wagers one coin until he or she wins, then increases the wager to two coins. If the player wins again he or she would increase the wager to three coins, if the player looses he or she would decrease the wager to one coin. If the player keeps winning he or she would continue to increase the wager by one coin until loosing. Once a player looses they always go back to wagering one coin.
The above system takes advantage of the short terms trends within the payment schedule by maximizing the wins when the trend is good, and minimizing loses when a trend is bad. The following system looks at exploiting patterns within the payment schedule over a longer period of time. Most long term strategies are based on the fact that slot machines operate on cycle, and the belief that they tend to payoff at the same time everyday or every couple of days.
Long Term Slots System
A player would start by making minimum wagers at hourly intervals throughout an entire day and record the results. Using the results a player would increase future wagers during time intervals that proved most successful during the testing period. For example, if 3pm proved most success during the testing period, a player would double or triple wagers for a set period of time at 3pm.
Keep in mind there are thousands of different slot strategies, but most are variations of the two slot systems outlined above. Although testing periods and wagering requirements may differ from system to system, the concept is always to make wagers based on the analysis of past trends.
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