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Slot Study
Slot Study

AIR DATE: May 19, 2011

A new study from UNLVs Gaming Research and Review Journal says that when casinos change the percentage of payback on a slot machine by one to two percent players won't notice the difference. The study explains how slot volatility changes payouts and how percentage changes might impact how long player stay on a machine. We  talk with the author of the study about the results.

Anthony Lucas, Prof, UNLV gaming research
Kevin Harrigan, Research Prof, University of Waterloo

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