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A strip casino may order a Double Diamond machine with a 92 percent payback, while the director at a locals casino may order his Double Diamond machine with a 95 percent payback. When you finally get to a bonus round and then lose every single game, then something is definitely wrong. I do admit that when they're not busy at the bar, the machines don't pay nearly as often. He holds a master's degree in computer science from the prestigious Stevens Institute of Technology. I'm sure, networked as they are, they are programmed to take input from the main office as to when and how often they will pay, if ever.

I am convinced that the casino games operated by Town Pump in Montana are rigged. John is on the show from to 5. Vote with your wallet.

Losing 86 hands in a row on a video poker game may or may not be unusual. If you do have statistics to prove that Town Pump is rigging its machines, your first step would be to file a complaint with the Attorney General's office, which houses the Gambling Control Division. Warning: You must ensure you meet all age and other regulatory requirements before entering a Casino or placing a wager. This just sounds like bad luck to me. I was also told that reporting them to the Attorney General's office would do no good because "they own half the state. The district manager's statement just means that the Town Pump is using the highest long-term paybacks available for its machines. When you need numbers 1, 2 and 3 to hit in Keno in order to get to a bonus round never comes up in tries, yet three numbers you DON'T have marked come up 68 times during that play in unison, then something is definitely wrong. According to the statute on the Montana government website, the machines must be placed in a part of the premises where alcoholic beverages are sold or consumed and where the operator can prevent access by persons under 18 years of age. Employees at Town Pump get to these casinos two hours before opening every morning. As a general rule, casinos don't mess around inside their machines. If a bonus rounds hits, on average, once every plays, it's not unusual for it to not hit after , or even plays. Newsletter Signup. I would bet they are changing out chips in the computers or altering the machines to be sure they comply with what the home office has handed down, "No one wins today. For example, one lounge never touches their machines until closing time. Chips, moreover, can be damaged when they're being removed from or placed onto a circuit board. I don't know the hit frequency of your bonus round to be able to say how unlikely it is to not hit after plays. If you feel you win more at other casinos, then by all means play there. When you lose 86 hands in a row in a video poker game, and not get one bonus game in more than plays, then something is definitely wrong. Losing that many hands in a row would be highly unlikely on a Jacks or Better pa ytable, but it might not be that unusual on a pay table that requires at least, say, two pair or three-of-a-kind to pay something. YOU are responsible for determining if it is legal for YOU to play any particular games or place any particular wager. There are hundreds of jurisdictions in the world with Internet access and hundreds of different games and gambling opportunities available on the Internet. Now, let's move on to your statements. How can Town Pump be "Montana's most liberal casinos" without rigging the machines? According to the American Casino Guide, Montana allows bars and taverns to have up to 20 video gaming devices. I've taken years of stats on these places, and the numbers add up to one conclusion: These games are rigged. Every time they open the logic drawer of a machine, they run the risk of damaging the components with static electricity. The slot director orders the long-term payback she wants on her slot floor. Weekly Newsletter. Slot machines are usually offered with multiple long-term payback percentages. Because of the volume of mail I receive, I regret that I can't reply to every question. The point is, I'm at a loss as to what to do. Slot designers always have to strike a balance between how frequently a bonus round hits and how much it pays. But they don't "form a pattern". Players' clubs: The clubs do track everything you bet, win and lose. Returning to the statute, Section The machine may not have any functions or parameters adjustable by and through any separate video display or input codes except for the adjustment of features that are wholly cosmetic or other operational parameters as approved by the Gambling Control Division. The machines do not pay cash. They print a ticket, which is taken to a cashier to be redeemed. They're not running to reset the games after every player gets up as Town Pump does, and this lounge has paid some nice tickets to me over the past week. If, as you say, the AG won't touch them because "they own half the state," contact the Consumer Affairs reporter at one of your local television stations. They merely capture what happens on the machines you play. It also rules out any manipulation by the operator, although one could question what "operational parameters" are. I find it hard to believe that it's typical of the machine since the same type of machines, same brand, same manufacturer pay out nicely at other places, mostly ones that DON'T have players' clubs or Town Pump names. Gaming News. Local news just loves stories about casinos cheating players -- even when they're not true. If that's the case, then how can they be "Montana's most liberal casinos," as they advertise? When I play, I never expect to win all the time, but to lose all the time is a different story. You tell me, are these instances uncommon or typical? John Robison is an expert on slot machines and how to play them. You can listen to archives of the show on the web anytime. They own their machines, and even a district manager told me, "We set our machines higher than anyone else. I don't play the company any more, and have boycotted their gas stations and convenience stores as well, yet who can I report this to, or make a claim with? Gaming Gurus. Town Pump assures me that they don't do anything to their machines. I don't know the pay table you were playing.