Slot machine etiquette can make a casino experience more enjoyable for everyone. It’s important to know some basic rules before playing so that you can enjoy your time without upsetting others.
One of the most important rules is to stick to one machine at a time. This will ensure that you don’t take up valuable space in a busy casino.
Don’t Scream at a Slot Attendant
Slot attendants may need to call security or casino management if they see a guest making loud noises that are bothersome to other players. They also need to maintain close but discreet surveillance of the machines they work with. They also distribute winnings to players and report machine problems to casino management if needed. Employer job listings often list Basic Math Skills, Mathematics, Proactive, Games, Computer Literacy, English Speaking, Instruction, Hospitality, Guest Service or Communication Skills as requirements for Slot Attendant roles. Including these keywords on your resume when applying for a slot attendant position can help you stand out from other applicants who do not include them.
Screaming at a slot attendant can create a negative reaction in other patrons and may cause them to stop playing the machine. Instead, smile, thank the attendant and play a game you are interested in.
Don’t Leave Anything of Value at a Machine
Many players mistakenly believe that leaving something of value at a slot machine will make it pay out more. This may be true for some machines, but it is not the best strategy if you want to win big. Instead of leaving a wallet, purse or full shopping bag at a slot machine, consider putting in a little extra cash and banking the money before you leave the casino. If you do, you will be able to play for a longer time and enjoy greater winnings. In addition to this, it can help you save a lot of time by not having to stop and check your balance on multiple occasions. It is also a good idea to test the payout of your new slot machine by playing it for a few minutes and seeing how much you get back.