A Psychic's Realistic Slot Machine Strategy When I hear the term “Slot Machine”, my eyes tend to glaze over when I remember the luxurious and fashionable casino themes in Las Vegas. It's like stepping into another world with the choice being yours because there are so many now.
First - a little history.  Charles Fey of San Francisco, CA is credited with the invention of the slot machine. It is believed that his first vision of the machine was in 1895 but it was not until 1897 that he produced his first prototype. It only has 3 reels and they feature a combination of five symbols – horseshoes, diamonds, spades, hearts and Liberty Bells and the payout is determined by which symbols are revealed in sequence on the machine. The “Liberty Bell" as it was called was very popular and was therefore copied by a number of manufacturers. This new form of entertainment was given a number of creative names. It was called a “slot machine" in America, a “fruit machine" in England, a “slot" in Canadian English and “pokies" in Australian and New Zealand English. “One Armed Bandit" is a popular expression used also because the original machines were operated by pulling a lever on the side of the machine and very often relieved the poor get-rich-quick player of all his hard-earned money .
By 1908 many cigar shops, saloons, brothels and modern day philosophers barber shops had installed them for the entertainment of their customers.
Fast forward to the 1980s. Like most technology, the inner workings of a slot machine became a computer program and when decorated with all the bells and whistles, the modern machine began to take shape. The machines were set up with around 10,000 possible winning and losing combinations changing and increasing to over 16 million possibilities.
Video slot machines changed the industry again when they ditched moving parts (reels) in favor of graphics. Basically - video slot machines are computer games. Now the sky is the limit in how the game is presented, the amount of interaction between the player and the machine and spin-off bonus games are incorporated into the experience.
Those who built the machines and entrepreneurs who installed slot machines in their companies quickly discovered the value of “near misses” and the machines were programmed to draw attention to near misses as an indication of a big “win” to come. Researcher Luke Clark explains the appeal of “near misses” in Discovery Magazine.
Researcher Luke Clark in the article mentioned above states: “Gambling has essentially hijacked the natural reward system…. and he added that it's not just gambling addicts who have to worry about being tricked by their own brains. “Importantly, our volunteers in this study were not habitual or problem gamblers, so these findings suggest that the brain may naturally respond to near misses in this way.”
As a safe alternative [I say safe alternative provided that one only plays on sites like Pogo.com and plays without betting] there are computer gaming sites like Pogo.com that have the most imaginative themes for their slot machine games. There are hours of entertainment available without ruining your life or lifestyle.
Here's the thing…if you enjoy slot machines just for the entertainment value, try the fun and games online at places like Pogo.com. It's always fun and one can enjoy a rainy afternoon or, if you're Canadian and live in the Great White North, pass the time when it's -30 with the wind blowing. I say this because that's how I started. This is very fun.
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