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Posted: August 8, 2006, 5:35 pm - IP Logged

Just got back from the Luxor in Vegas and I feel I must report the loosest slots in town. The game is called "Lil'Lucy" a penny game near the registration desk and I can honestly say the damned thing is an ATM!

 Played for 2.5 Hrs in a total of 3 sessions. Won each time. The first time, 15 minutes playing $10 at 30 20+ lines at 1cent/line won $.79.

 Second time, played 1 Hr 15 minutes with $20 and walked away $1.98 richer, third time, 1 hr and turned $20 into $151.66!

 The secret is to increase your bets/line if you win more money.

In my final session I started playing max bet at $75 and won 8,000 credits on 1 spin, $80.00.

 Definetly the best slots game in town.

 P.S During my 3 sessions I noticed 3 people also playing and all 3 also walked away winners.

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    Posted: August 9, 2006, 4:51 pm - IP Logged

    Just got back from the Luxor in Vegas and I feel I must report the loosest slots in town. The game is called "Lil'Lucy" a penny game near the registration desk and I can honestly say the damned thing is an ATM!

     Played for 2.5 Hrs in a total of 3 sessions. Won each time. The first time, 15 minutes playing $10 at 30 20+ lines at 1cent/line won $.79.

     Second time, played 1 Hr 15 minutes with $20 and walked away $1.98 richer, third time, 1 hr and turned $20 into $151.66!

     The secret is to increase your bets/line if you win more money.

    In my final session I started playing max bet at $75 and won 8,000 credits on 1 spin, $80.00.

     Definetly the best slots game in town.

     P.S During my 3 sessions I noticed 3 people also playing and all 3 also walked away winners.

    xmsr3, I'm a little confused-

    exactly what was your outlay and then  ultimate profit on these machines ?

     

    DD

     

                                   

                  

     

     

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      Posted: August 10, 2006, 1:22 am - IP Logged

      Depends if you count each bill seperatly. If so, then $10 +$20+$20 is $50 input and $184.43 output.

       Of course these were all 3 seperate gaming secessions and I never actually put more than $20 into the machines. Total Profit was $134.43 after 2.5 Hours of play.

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        Posted: August 10, 2006, 1:34 am - IP Logged

        Isn't that a comic book,"Lil Lucy?" Or maybe I'm thinking of something else. But anyway, that's pretty impressive on a penny machine. Usually those are the worst paying out, they can be in the low 80% payback bracket. I'm sure you know that the higher denomination you play, your payback percentage increases. I never knew that until I started reading gambling books and magazines. Makes sense, but I'm a penny and nickel gal myself. Those are usually the more fun machines anyway! Congrats on your win!! And many more lucky days to you!!


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          Posted: August 17, 2006, 1:34 pm - IP Logged

          I've read somewhere that to increse your winnings, you should play slots that are close to cashiers. This is because people waiting around that area will see and here the winning machines, and will stay longer and spend more money.

          Also play the slots that are on the outer fringes of the floor. The more visible you are to most of the people in the casinos, the higher the payout.