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Understanding the Slot Machine

Have you ever gone for a spin on an online slot machine before?

If not, it’s about time you found out what you’ve been missing. These virtual games combine fun thrills with the chance to win big cash prizes, and the internet is – quite literally! – packed to burst with hundreds and hundreds of titles to choose from.

From high-quality visuals to unique bonus features, every slot has been specifically-designed to satisfy your entertainment needs. Just check out the list of bgo slot games if you don’t believe us. This online casino has over 500 in it’s game catalogue, showcasing a vast array of immersive themes. Search for treasure in ancient Egypt playing the classic Cleopatra, or reach for cosmic pay-outs on the popular Starburst. The site’s new releases like Evolution and Asgardian Stones show off exactly how far online casino graphics have come (easily meeting the standard of your favourite PlayStation or Xbox videogames), whilst rock-inspired bangers like Guns N Roses let you spin along to iconic tunes.

We’re sure the talk of all those gaming possibilities have got you excited about slots. However, it’s only natural that every casino newbie should experience some first-timer nerves. Luckily, we’ve got just the ticket to help make getting started that little bit easier: this handy guide providing a simple breakdown of the online slot machine.

We’ve covered all the basics, from the anatomy of the machine, to details of the special extras you’re likely to come across as you play. Fingers crossed, this should help make your first time playing the best it can be. And who knows, you might even come away with some juicy wins. . .

Anatomy of the Slot Machine

pair of aces in omaha poker

Keep Ace Cool!

Having a pair of aces in your hand when starting a game of Omaha is cool. However, you need to remember how dramatically the flop can change your hand. If you have multiple opponents and a flop like 9 10 J, and your opponents are busy raising and re-raising, it’s tempting to continue in the hand, even if it’s a dangerous flop that may have helped your opponents.

Try to remember that Omaha hands really begin on the flop and to act accordingly. That way you won’t be tempted to continue with a big pair that looked strong pre-flop especially if the flop doesn't help.

Read more about Robert Turner and how he introduced Omaha poker into casinos.