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    How do the payouts of the machines change?
    Let’s say there is a permission to change the interest on payment. How can this be done in practice? There is no need to talk about cases when the game reels are set to stop in such a way as to reduce the payout of winnings. Such cases are rare. We need to figure out what can be done to make the machine work normally, and its payments were minimal.
    Australian clubs with pokies near me
    The easiest way is to change the table that is responsible for payments. Payouts can be changed to a certain type of combination. Against the background of such changes, the size of the expected winnings will also change. From a technical point of view, it is quite easy to carry out such manipulations. And it won’t take much time. However, it is worth paying attention to the old slot machines. They depicted the amounts on the glasses, which just can’t be changed. Therefore, in this case, you will have to work hard.
    In old slot machines, you can simply reduce the number of combinations by eliminating some symbols from the slot machine. The number of “gaps” on the reels will increase, there will be fewer winning combinations. Accordingly, the payments will become smaller.
    Another option is applicable for both old slots and new video machines. It also reduces the number of winning symbols and combinations. “Meaningful” characters do not change to an empty space. The number of existing signs is increasing. Let’s say the game has a good bonus version of the game or free scrolling. If one line has more than one bonus symbol, then it is changed to any other. Thus, it is possible to fix frequent winning combinations, and large winnings become a rarity. The percentage of payments is necessarily recalculated so that the desired expected result is obtained when adjusting the operation of the device.

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