With so many new audience members, why don’t I show you around Professor Slots a bit? First there’s my YouTube Channel live stream alongside lots of much shorter slots videos on various topics. Then there’s my podcast, currently up to 131 episodes. And my website, where about 1,000 people visit each day. And lots more!
Professor Slots Podcast Show
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.
You no longer need to be self-taught. Watch, read, or listen to hours and hours of my free content or buy my book Learning to Win. Then, when you’re ready, book a 1-on-1 consultation to develop a strategic game plan to take your slots performance to the next level. I’ll also offer an online slots course soon. Plus, Iowa slots in 2021.
I go over three slots-related topics which have some important updates including further analysis on Florida RTP for promotional dollars, taking the mystery out of consults, and the latest changes to IRS rules for keeping good gambling logs for income tax preparation. Plus, Indiana slots in 2021.
A bankroll almost entirely identifies six player’s styles of gambling. A small or large bankroll shouldn’t be a judgment of performance. Instead, it should be judged by how well their gambling goals are being met. Those goals are entirely the province of each player’s wants, needs, and desires. Plus, Illinois slots in 2021.
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, a bit of history, and what comes next. Plus, Idaho slots in 2021.