Introduction to Biography
To create Learning to Win: How To Make A Profit at Slot Machine Gambling, Jon Friedl – Professor Slots’ biography brings together his abilities as a:
- teaching professor
- thoughtful physicist
- practical engineer
- gamer striving for the next level of performance
Consequently, his academic and real-world knowledge base is further enhanced with extensive first-hand experiences at winning via slot machine gambling.
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Dr. Friedl: The life-long student!
First of all, Jon Friedl has completed eight college degrees including three graduate and five undergraduate degrees, primarily in either physics or engineering.
He has taught as much as 600+ undergraduate and 100+ graduate students.
As a result, these experiences have allowed him to develop a deep and fundamental understanding of how science and technology can be effectively used together.
His goal is to share and build on this understanding to the mutual benefit of both casino operators and their patrons.
Professor Friedl: The university professor!
Especially relevant, Jon Friedl has been an adjunct professor at the University of New Haven and the University of Cincinnati.
Courses taught include System Simulation, Decision Analysis, and presentation skill development courses.
Due to those experiences from teaching in academia, he has aligned the skills learned as a professor. His goal is to understand and, as a result, explain how gamblers and casino operators can succeed.
Success depends on the advantage plays made available by the next generation technologies lately being introduced to casinos by the gaming industry.
Jon Friedl: The aerospace engineer!
Most of all, Jon Friedl has worked for industry leaders as an aerospace engineer alongside jet engine designers to develop new and innovative inspection technologies. Relevant soft skills developed include
- remaining professional under stressful conditions
- a realistic understanding of the iterative nature of negotiations
- an appreciation for the usefulness of new technologies
- working together as a team always results in a better product
- understanding that business goals must be carefully aligned to what is needed by customers
As a result, these skills have been leveraged to understand and support the needs of slot machine gamblers.
Jonny: The gamer!
Furthermore, Jon Friedl is a gamer. As a result, he’s played cognitive games all of his life, from early hand-held devices to computer-based “video games” to the latest Apps.
Most noteworthy, in 2015 with the online slots Facebook game Caesars Casino, Friedl reached level 1000 with 2.5 billion coins remaining after only five months of play.
In conclusion, the skills successfully developed to win at these not-for-profit games are of equal relevance to his other pursuits.
Have fun, be safe, and make good choices!
By Jon H. Friedl, Jr. Ph.D., President
Jon Friedl LLC