Slot Machine Answer Book: How They Work, How They've Changed and How to Overcome the House Advantage
This new edition has the answers to every slot enthusiast's burning questions: What machines are likely to pay off? Does it make a difference if the game is on video instead of having physical reels? Is a machine ever due to hit? Can the casino decide who wins? Can you gain an advantage over the slots? About The Author: John Grochowski is a best-selling gambling author who resides in Chicago.
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