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Reader Poll for September 5-14, 2003

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This week’s opinion poll asks . . . Would you rather play a slot machine that only pays off seldom, but has more jackpots..... or would you rather have fewer jackpots and get more play for your money by hitting a lot more smaller winners. Why or Why Not?

 

Reader Poll Replies: 

*   I would like to play for a longer period of time, even if I never hit the big jackpot.  Norman D.  

No long term playing for me, give me a fast winner and then I can go back to drinking and looking at the gorgeous women of Las Vegas.  Alan. R. CA

*  I'd rather get more play for my money and have smaller jackpots..  Ninnee

Hi, I really like the 'more wins' plan. Winning is fun, and when I come to Las Vegas (which isn't nearly often enough) I want to have fun. I don't go to Vegas to become rich - I keep a strict gambling bankroll and stick to it. And winning small numbers of coins just keeps the fun  going...With kind regards, Rick Harderwijk  The Netherlands

Hi.  Would rather have more play. At least you can have more fun and more time losing your money. Nothing more discouraging then going to a casino and have absolutely no play whatsoever. Your money is gone and you have to wait for friends.... Bummer!  Joan Sue

This is a no-brainer -- if a slot pays off more often, no matter what the amount, a player will continue feeding it. A machine has to pique the player's interest-- what better way than to hear the sounds of coins dropping into the tray every few plays?  Viva Las Vegas! Ross Menoher Grapevine, Texas

More smaller winners......encouragement!  Karen Brister

I would rather have constant small wins. This keeps me interested and stops me from jumping from machine to machine. Lynda Loipersbeck 

I would like 'a lot' more small winners. In my opinion, 10 people winning $100 is better than 1 person winning $1000. WkA

 

 

 

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