All About the Slot Machine Bank

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The slot machine bank really is not the same thing as playing a slot machine to win someone else's money, but I enjoy having all kinds of casino stuff around the house.  I have everything from poker tables, poker chips, pictures, and other items in my favorite spot of the house downstairs.

When people want to play cards or anything else, I always get a phone call to see if they can hold it here. It's something I crave as a young adult, which is why I always say yes. It makes me feel like the center of attention at least for one night. So when I was surfing the net awhile back I came across this slot machine bank that started to make my wheels spin.

Basically we use it as our bank for deposits. I've got enough chips to get about 20 people playing at once, and enough tables for us all to be comfortable. Everything is set up on an "honor system" where people will deposit $20 in the bank and take out their poker chips from the case. Now, when it's actually time to take the money out and pay everyone, I just take money from my wallet. The reason for this is you have to hit 3 bars or of any combination for the money to be dispensed.

Honestly, for individuals who wouldn't use the slot machine bank like me, it's a great way to save. Whether you're planning a trip to Las Vegas, a weekend jaunt down to your local establishment, or anything else that you want to spend money on this is a great way to do it. Plus you can even have a little fun. Oh, and if I didn't mention it before you can use just about any type of coins on the market today.

There are a lot of options out there and each one of them will be a little different. Overall though, I know anyone who enjoys the casino slots or online pokies in Australia will get a kick out of having a Slot Machine Bank for their change. The only thing left for you to do is to find out which one actually works best for you.

Another Reason Why Australia Needs More Casinos: Boston Experts Believe Adding Pokies can “Increase State Revenue”

With all the negative attention brought to pokie gaming by such issues like our very own Precommitment Plan and New Zealand’s Gambling Amendment Bill, it seems like everyone is out to purge our national pastimes from our collective consciousness. And make no mistake, pokies have been a major part of our national fibre as much as beer and gold (of which we have in abundance the former… and we’re proud of it!) So, what is a pokie lobbyist to do all roads seemingly lead to nowhere?

Well, if you have hired some statisticians and made a study, then you might have a chance at it.

That is how a team of gambling experts from Massachusetts convinced the industry leaders from the local Gaming Commission when concerns began popping up that having three resort casinos and one pokie parlour in Bay State would be economically unsound.

At a public forum that was held Thursday last week at Quinsigamond Community College in Worcester, a small town located right in the middle of Massachusetts, the team had suggested to the Gaming Commission that there are ways on maximizing the revenues for each location. Some of their proposals included a careful research on the benefits of simultaneous licensing, and a possible increase in property value of having a fully-operational casino in a certain location. If some of these plans are to be studied by the Gaming Commission, they are expecting that the state would gain an additional two billion U.S. dollars in yearly revenue, as well as the generation of twelve thousand new jobs.

The designated panelist on Thursday’s forum, Clyde Barrow—the head of the Center for Policy Analysis at the Dartmouth’s University of Massachusetts—was also in agreement that the public’s concern for “market dilution” was overblown. In support of the team’s suggestions, he offered up the fact that around twenty percent of casino visitors in the state are not visiting these places to merely gamble, but rather because they want to make use of the amenities that only such a venue can provide, like well-manicured golf courses or quality spa services, or even just showing up just for the featured entertainment of a well-noted pokie place.

In addition, Michael Pollock, the person in charge of one of the country’s leading gaming research facilities, Spectrum Gaming Group, said that the best way to deal with issues of potential market oversaturation is to “focus on the benefits of the destination model, which does attract a broader demographic, it's more likely to attract visitors from elsewhere,”.
All of these studies were conducted partly in support of the law signed into effect by Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, which allows for the operation of one slots parlour and up to three casinos in each region of the state.

All of these, of course, bring us to the current point that is being argued by those in power.