Slot machine myths

Myths about Slot Machines!

slot machine myths: Many people are under the false assumption that some widely accepted slot machine myths are actually true. They are not. We wrote this article to expose the truth about these myths, and give you a better chance at a more successful gambling venture.

Myth #1: You can study a slot machines sequence in order to discover which combinations will appear on the reel and when.

The Truth: This is absolutely impossible to accomplish through the use of the human brain. Slot machines use random number generators that multiply millions of random calculations per second. Human beings, subjected to the imperfections of the planet Earth, are not capable of calculating at such an incredible speed. Many have tried to read into the unshakable
algorithms without success. As a matter of fact, the casino industry has hired some of the world's most renowned mathematical geniuses to rival the mathematical abilities of the slot machines without success. So, if you were thinking of trying to narrow down how a slot machine produces it's winning combinations, it's really pointless to try.

Myth #2: When you leave a slot machine in frustration, someone else sits down and wins the jackpot. That could have been you if you had played just a little bit longer.

The Truth: The odds of a jackpot win are always the same. It doesn't matter if the slot has been played a million times without a jackpot. There is never any way to figure out when the slot is going to pay out because random number generators are smarter than humans. Millions upon millions of different mathematical computations are used by the slot machine to determine the outcome of the spin. Humans created the random number generation computers, but the computations themselves are beyond the scope of human calculation. Therefore, if there is a time when a jackpot is "due", human beings are not able to mathematically understand it.

Myth #3: Continually playing a slot machine will yield a jackpot according to an odds structure.

The Truth: The odds of a jackpot win are always the same. It doesn't matter if the slot has been played a million times without a jackpot. There is never any way to figure out when the slot is going to pay out because random number generators are smarter than humans. Millions upon millions of different mathematical computations are used by the slot machine to determine the outcome of the spin. Humans created the random number generation computers, but the computations themselves are beyond the scope of human calculation. Therefore, if there is a time when a jackpot is "due", human beings are not able to mathematically understand it.

 

Further reading:
- wheel of fortune slots