Colorado Punter Wins Big at the Bovada Casino

It was definitely Howard J’s lucky week, the Bovada slots fan won a total of $218,975 playing on Thursday evening. He hit a fantastic sequence of multipliers and wild reels to hit the jackpots in two of the most popular slot games.

The first of the two games Howard focused on was Dino Island, a slot machine that’s always been popular.

Play Dino Island

It’s a fairly simple game and very easily to play on, not a slot I’ve had much luck with but I’m sure Howard would disagree! The second slot were he picked up his jackpot winnings was the newer slot called ‘At the Copa’. I enjoyed this slot, it’s not as fast as some of the machines, very colourful and simple to play – the only downside is the annoying background music.

Play At the Copa

As you can see there are lots of multipliers and jackpots withing this game.  All the jackpots are progressive and can be accessed via lots of bonus rounds and features which pop up during the game in little video boxes.

For anyone wishing to play, below are a couple of bonus links to get you started, all these games can be played in practice/free mode to.   Current best bonus is a $3000 one which is still valid, all the no deposit bonus have expired but keep checking this site as we should have another one in a week or two.

Bovada $3000 Welcome Bonus

A Random RNG Spin of the Slots

Whenever you play any sort of electronic slot game whether in a casino or online, then you’re effectively just playing against a mini-computer. At the core of this computer and all gambling games is the RNG or Random Number Generator which determines the entire game experience. Each game is no longer fixed into a specific set of pay-out odds like the fruit machines of old, the game manufacturer can vary all aspects and odds of the game. The actual reels on an old style slot machine where a key component of the odds of a machine, nowadays they are fairly irrelevant and only there for show.

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Most electronic slots now have ‘virtual reels’ so the reels you see are not those which are actually in play, they are just for show. Groups of numbers are assigned to the virtual reel combinations and the RNG will constantly cycle through these virtual reels sometimes as many as hundreds of times a second.

When you click the spin button, or click with your mouse the computer program will determine which set of numbers (or which reels) are selected at that precise point. There are thousands of these combinations and some obviously match payouts, and others non-paying combinations. The RNG will instantly determine what is going to happen and then spins the reels for you to watch, the outcome is already determined.

What you watch after the button is pressed actually has nothing to do with the result. Obviously just instantly allowing the combination to line up would be kinda boring which is why you’ll see the reels spin and all the flashing, beeping and spinning that takes place. These machines are now in reality little more than picking a lucky number and pressing a button, all the results are listed and you just select one based on the timing of your button press.

Of course there are far more losing combinations than winning ones which explains why the machine can be completely random but still almost guaranteed to produce a profit for the machine owners.

It’s an important point to remember, the outcomes are already listed and it doesn’t matter how you select the outcome. IN reality the reels, buttons and games are irrelevant, they are merely a facade to picking a combination using a random number generator. Whether you pick this by pushing a button, clicking a graphic or pulling the arm of a machine, doesn’t matter – it’s simply an event at which the machine can pick an outcome.

The good bit about this is that these machines are not as predictable as the older slot machines which would go completely dead after a big payout. The events are fairly independent and are based on the long term outcomes of the machines selections.  It’s important to remember that tactics and techniques have virtually no impact on the result, there are no best roulette bets on a RNG run electronic slot machine.

This means that the expected probabilities of the machine will be realised in the long term as long as the random number generator is actually random. The results over millions of spins will guarantee a profit, the amounts will only be known by the owner and not the player. So before you sit down to a marathon session in front of your favorite slot machines, remember that there is a mathematical expected result already determined and it’s not you winning.

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