A successful slots strategy begins before you ever start to play. Here are a few things to consider before you even look at a machine.
What’s Your Main Goal? Fun, Entertainment, or Cash?
The first thing you need to consider is what your goal is at the casino. Are you there to have hours of fun or for the most entertaining time possible? Or is your main goal to try to win as much cash as possible?
The way you prioritize those three aspects, playtime, entertainment value, and payout, will affect everything else about your strategy, so think about what’s most important to you before you start.
What’s Your Bankroll Budget?
Before you ever set foot in a casino, you need to decide how much money you are willing to spend while you’re there.
Start by deciding how much money you can afford to lose at a casino. Of course, no one likes to lose any money at all, but you can consider it the cost of your entertainment.
Once you decide how much you are willing to lose, think about how long you plan to stay at the casino and divide your bankroll by the number of hours in your stay. For example, if you can lose up to $100 and you are planning on playing for five hours, you can’t lose more than $20 per hour.
Set a timer and, if you run out of money early, take a break until the hour is up. You can also consider whether you might want to play a less-expensive machine.
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