In the months leading up and after all U.S. casinos closed in 2020, a big concern for slots enthusiasts is if casinos have reduced their return-to-player (RTP). It seems certain they must have. But when did they and, most importantly, have them stopped? I examine Mississippi’s monthly player win percentages for the facts.
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Are you keeping slots gambling records in 2021? Why not? It’s simple. It’s easy. It’s too late for last year but not yet for this year for federal, state, and local income taxes. Oh, and don’t forget to log the free-market value of any casino comps! Plus, to help, I offer templates! Remember to watch for updates from the IRS.
All U.S. casinos closed in 2020 for months. Since then, one of the biggest concerns of slots enthusiasts is that casinos are trying to “make back their lost gaming revenue.” But is that true, state-by-state, for either commercial or tribal casinos? And if so, for which? Let’s look closely at Florida slots RTP for its commercial casinos.
Too often, a beginner slots player gets lost, figuratively and literally, the first time they enter a casino. It can take a while to learn how to play slot machines. Plus, it isn’t in the best interest of the casino to help. Here, I explain the basics of slots from a bit of history, the Golden Rule, and what comes next.
A lot has happened with casinos this past year! The U.S. slots industry is constantly changing, updating, adding new game themes, taking old ones away, tweaking algorithms, not to mention all the trends created! I summarize the biggest casino changes that happened last year and how they will impact strategies this year.
You can’t assume you’ll always win because, sometimes, you’ll lose. And when you lose, you can never afford to enter a state of financial risk. Never forget, even when you are winning money hand over fist, that playing slot machines is gambling. Always try to remember the Golden Rule of slot machine casino gambling.