In the fifth edition of the American Heritage Dictionary (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company), the definition of slot is defined as “a narrow opening used for receiving things.” It is also a position in an airplane wing. In ice hockey, a high slot allows the defenseman to shoot his shot. In video slots, there is often a bonus round known as the “second screen.”
In ice hockey, a high slot is a prime place for a defenseman to take a shot
In ice hockey, a high slot gives a defenseman the best chance to score without deflection. From the high slot, the player can take a wrist shot while keeping a clear line of sight to the net. A winger or center can also use a high slot to redirect a shot and score. A high slot can also be an overlooked area to take a shot and a winger can easily reroute it.
In video slots, a “second screen” bonus round is an option
In video slots, a second screen bonus game is an option that enables players to play a bonus game that is separate from the main game. This feature was first introduced in 1996 with the release of Reel ‘Em In, a video slot game developed by WMS Industries. The second screen bonus game provides a different type of game that enables players to win extra payouts.
In casinos, payback percentages are based on a theoretical hold worksheet
The theoretical hold worksheet is a document provided by slot machine manufacturers that describes how the machine should pay out based on the theoretical hold percentage. These sheets list a number of settings and factors, such as the number of reels, the number of coins to bet, and the payout schedule. They are also known as probability account reports. Some games are excluded from this report, such as Class II bingo-style machines and digital scratch-off gaming machines.
In pachinko, symbols are based on television shows
“Pachinko” is a popular Korean game whose central device is the concept of geography and time hopping. The game is set between the adolescent years of Hansu and his father and the Japanese capital during World War II, with the family moving to Osaka. In the game, one character remembers the subtle differences between the taste of rice in Korea and Japan. It is a story about globalization and a real estate deal, which makes for a great storyline.
In video slots, the odds of hitting a particular symbol or combination of symbols depend on how many virtual stops correspond to the actual stop
In multi-line slots, winning combinations are formed when the same symbols appear on multiple paylines. For example, the lower depicted ‘A’ symbol would occupy a large number of additional paylines, and the chance of hitting a winning pattern would increase as the number of paylines increases. Adding more paylines increases the odds of hitting a winning pattern, but requires a higher wager per spin.