Would you win more if you didn't use your player's club card? Casinos give away free stuff with their clubs: free slots play, shorter lines, comps, travel, hosts, & events. The higher the tier level & the greater your recent play, the better the free stuff. But is it truly anything you want? Plus, Oregon slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode98/.
Gaming regulations vary depending on the state. Your state may be very different from your neighboring states. Which one should you pick? And tribal casinos? Gaming machines also have different classifications, where one Class may well be restricted by state law while another Class isn't. Plus, Oklahoma slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode97/.
Keeping good gambling records helps with more than income tax preparation. Knowing what you’ve won and lost at slots is an advantage play. I review minimum gambling records for slots enthusiasts, then press forward with more to help you win again and not just with a bigger income tax refund. Plus, Ohio slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode96/.
This third easy step to improving your gambling performance is all about you. Every slots enthusiast has wants, needs, and desires. What do you want from your assessed casino and chosen slot machines? How can you master casino slots and win your way to success without focused gambling goals? Plus, CNMI slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode95/.
After assessing casinos is choosing the best slot machines. But how do we do that well? With central servers and modern casinos, not all slot machines are the same. Many slots players dive right in without a plan. On today's live stream, I'll help you get started on developing that plan. Plus, North Dakota slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode94/.
As casinos re-open near you, do you need help figuring out which one you should play slots at? Shouldn't you go to the best available? But how do you figure out which casino is best for you? On our live stream, I explain how to perform casino assessments highlighting casino openings. Plus, North Carolina slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode93/.
We dive into more on casino re-openings in the states of OK, WI, and WA. Are their slots tight, loose, or first loose and then tight after opening each day as we’ve seen at Oklahoma’s tribal casinos? Well, we know what’s what thanks to casino reports from my slots communities on Facebook. Plus, New York slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode92/.
Casino re-opening updates include local and national news from inside empty casinos preparing to open sooner or later, where dark casino floors echo due to the lack of people. Now we see actual slot machine banks and carousels with protective Plexiglas barriers and other casino changes. Plus, New Mexico slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode91/.
Several Oklahoma casinos re-opened in the U.S. starting last weekend. Our private slots communities on Facebook for states with open casinos have been reporting on how it's been going. Oklahoma's Tonkawa is reported to have loose slots but, oddly different, it's had many small jackpots. Plus, New Jersey slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode90/.
How and when will casinos re-open? Patrons will likely show up, but casinos are worried that too many will, then be unhappy having to wait to get in. Re-openings might be the biggest event a casino has ever had since it first opened. It'd be a disaster for a casino if it doesn't go well. Plus, New Hampshire slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode89/.
Hear your favorite slot machine jargon live with other slots enthusiasts. Does slots jargon like having a hand pay roll-up light your candle? But seriously folks, maybe you know those terms but do you know what other common and uncommon terms mean? Class II vs Class III machines? Rapid fire? Plus, Nevada slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode88/.
If you've seen my video on Casino Safety, then you know slots players probably don’t need to worry about being safe in most casinos. But, it's your responsibility. Here, my audience and I discuss the finer points of five fun ways to be safe in casino environments. I also answer questions! Plus, Montana slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode87/.
My latest live stream was a fun, free-wheeling mix of answering your slots questions, but included reviewing my videos and articles I've posted over the last week. For most, it was the end of another stir-crazy week. Brush your long hair out of your eyes and keep hanging in there! Stay safe! Plus, Montana slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode86/.
My last live stream covers additional topics related to recorded YouTube videos and informational website articles I've posted on YouTube, my website, and my Facebook communities over the last week with Q&A from the live chat thrown into the mix. Master casino slots. Win your way to success! Plus, Missouri slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode85/.
Are you getting that itch to go play slots? I know I am! Instead, let's engage in some self-learning during our self-quarantine. Here, I review my recent posts on wide-ranging slots topics like money management tips, slots history, and how to start a podcast for your benefit & enjoyment. Plus, Mississippi slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode84/.
With so many casino closings, we have a perhaps once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to improve our perspective about playing slot machines at casinos. At this point, it's all about getting ready for what comes after. As always, what your plan? Make the best use of that bankroll you're saving up! Plus, Minnesota slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode83/.
Is your casino closed? Don't want to go out in public? No televised national sports teams? Being in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic doesn't mean you need be bored! Let's meet online instead to talk about slots! Virtually speaking, come and gather around together online where it's ... safe? Plus, Michigan slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode82/.
As cases rise in the U.S., entertainment businesses will see fewer visitors as people avoid crowds. In this live Q&A session, we discuss what various levels of reduced attendance might mean for casinos. How might they choose to protect their gaming income and player's health? Plus, Massachusetts slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode81/.
During my Live Q&A Session, we discussed slot machine malfunctions. For example, Katrina took a selfie with a slot machine screen showing that she'd won a $43M voucher on a Sphinx Wild slot machine having a maximum jackpot of $6,500. This obvious slot machine malfunction made national news. Plus, Maryland slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode80/.
Except for my 5-pull slots strategy, after going through the work necessary to find winning slots machines, I discuss how many of them you should you expect to find in any one casino. How many? Expect up to three winning slot machines. And, odds are, they won't be your favorite game theme. Plus, Maryland slots in 2020. Show notes are available at https://professorslots.com/episode79/.Quick Episode Summary