Online slots are one of the easiest, most fun ways to make money playing games. All you need is a computer and a connection to the internet — everything else is free.
How it Works
Each slot machine has its own theme, but they all work in a similar way. You select how many lines you want to play (the higher number of lines, the more chances to win), what coins are used for each line (to bet with), which symbols you’d like your bet to include, and then pull the lever or press “spin”. If the combinations are correct, you win your bet multiplied by the total number of lines.
The Number of Lines
When playing the majority of online RTP Gacor, you have a choice between one and five lines to play. However, this does not mean you must play five at a time. It’s perfectly acceptable to choose just one line and just bet with one coin on it (even if many machines allow up to five coins per line). This can give you greater control over your bets and thus reduce your risk.
Coins and Their Value
All machines have their own denomination system for coins. This is why you must choose how many coins of each kind you’ll use when betting. The common denominations are: 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents.
Basing your bets on these denominations is not foolproof, though. Sometimes a slot machine will offer a jackpot that uses a special denomination (such as 10 million quarters in Ten Lines or 25 free spins in Money Maker). The existence of these special cases makes it harder to gauge the average value for the different coins. However, it still provides us with a good starting point for our calculation.
When it comes to making money with online slots, you need a way to calculate how many quarters you need for each bet. Fortunately, there is an easy formula for this: total bets divided by total coins.
Let’s take the case of a slot machine that allows two coins per line and offers two special jackpots which use five coins per line: 3 lines x 2 coins = 6 bets. Let’s assume our slot machine has 10 different symbols on each of the three different lines and we want our bets to be made with 2 quarters per line. The equation would then be:
6 bets x 2 quarters = 12 coins
If the slot machine in question offers a bonus, the calculation is not so simple. The bonus has two elements: how many free spins you get, and how much they are worth. Each slot machine has its own way of telling you how many free spins you have won, but this doesn’t change much from game to game. What does affect your calculation is the value of each spin; some machines offer 3x, 4x and 5x multipliers for your winnings, while others offer only 2x or no multiplier bonus at all.