Jackpots do not count toward the Biggest Win stat on your account.
On newer slot machines, you DO NOT need to bet the maximum amount or bet on all lines to win a jackpot.
You may pick the number of chips to bet and the number of lines you wish to bet on.
On these slots, the value of the jackpot is based on the bet amount; the larger the bet, the larger the jackpot.
The following older slot machines DO require you to bet the largest bet amount per line: No.
While most slot machines do feature a jackpot, some machines do not.
Slot machines that do offer a jackpot will include a jackpot counter at the top of the machine. Others may include multiple symbols that qualify toward the jackpot.
For information about each slot machine, please visit the slots guide.
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Casino games make money for the house by paying less than the true odds of winning the bet. At double zero roulette, for example with numbers 1 through 36 plus 0 and 00, the true Roulette odds against any specific number are 37-1, but the house pays single-number winners only 35-1.
Slot machine odds work in a similar fashion to the roulette example, except there are many more possibilities on the slots.