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Slot Machine Buyer's Handbook
by David Saul
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Provides information to help you know what you're buying. Designed to help prospective buyers gain expertise and self-confidence to avoide costly mistakes. Features the Collector's Comparison, a list of 950 slot machines telling the date of introduction, type of machine, manufacturer, value range, rarity, marketability and reliability.
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Gambling Teachers Ebook
by Gayle Mitchell
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Learn to Win Guide: 77 Lessons by 7 Top Experts.  10 Program Chapters: 1) Poker-7 Games. 2) Blackjack. 3) Craps 4) Video Poker 5) Slots 6) Bingo & Keno. 7) Roulette. 8) Other Games: Baccarat & European Games. 9) Sports Betting and 10) Gambling Strategies-Tips from the GT team. Chapters 11) Online Gambling and 12) Gambling Teachers Blog, Lesson 77 completes the Guide. PDF format.
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Slot Books and Slot Machine Book Reviews

Break the One-Armed Bandits
by Frank Scoblete

Break the One-Armed Bandits Book
This fresh and entertaining look at slot machines begins with the history of slots up to 1994, then looks at stretching the house edge, finding 'loose' machines, playing in tournaments, avoiding con games and mail-order systems, managing your money, and much more.

Gambling Teachers Ebook
by Gayle Mitchell

Gambling Teachers Ebook Book
Learn to Win Guide: 77 Lessons by 7 Top Experts.  10 Program Chapters: 1) Poker-7 Games. 2) Blackjack. 3) Craps 4) Video Poker 5) Slots 6) Bingo & Keno. 7) Roulette. 8) Other Games: Baccarat & European Games. 9) Sports Betting and 10) Gambling Strategies-Tips from the GT team. Chapters 11) Online Gambling and 12) Gambling Teachers Blog, Lesson 77 completes the Guide. PDF format.

How to Win Millions Playing Slot Machines! ... Or Lose Trying
by Frank Legato

How to Win Millions Playing Slot Machines! ... Or Lose Trying Book
Frank Legato is not only a recognized slot expert, but he also knows what it's like to take on the one- armed bandits; he's a player first and foremost. In this funny and insightful book, Frank shares his 20 years of experience researching, writing about, and playing the slots.

You'll learn: Exactly how slot machines work, which machines pay back the most money, and which pay most frequently, which slot beliefs are merely silly myths and which are facts, how to recognize phony (and funny) slot systems that should be avoided, Frank's own strategies for increasing your winning potential How to maximize your returns from slot clubs, and more . . .

Powerful Profits From Video Slots
by Victor Royer

Powerful Profits From Video Slots Book

Video slots can be an exciting and profitable alternative to traditional slot machines, especially for those who know the right wagering strategies. This book offers outstanding advice for improving your odds at video slots and explains how to play the most common video slot games. Games covered include 'Wheel of Fortune' and 'Jeopardy.'

Reel History
by David Mead

Reel History Book

Reel History, written by David Mead, son the late Dan Mead of Las Vegas, is a companion the Loose Change Blue Book, a super source for all collectors, beginners or experienced. Each machine listed and photographed contains the original manufacturer's name, date of introduction, nickname and machine type. (Those not listed are fully electronic machines, reproductions, trade stimulators, payout pinballs and one-of-a-kind machines.) This edition includes only those machines manufactured before 1980.


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Robbing the One-Armed Bandits
by Charles Lund

Robbing the One-Armed Bandits Book

This is a plain no-nonsense cookbook about getting money out of some, but not all, slot machines. Most of your time in a casino will be spent looking for valuable slot machines. Playing will only take a few minutes. The book covers 49 different slots, banking ones. The 1999 Supplement...covers 15 more slot machines.


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Slot Machine Buyer's Handbook
by David Saul

Slot Machine Buyer's Handbook Book
Provides information to help you know what you're buying. Designed to help prospective buyers gain expertise and self-confidence to avoide costly mistakes. Features the Collector's Comparison, a list of 950 slot machines telling the date of introduction, type of machine, manufacturer, value range, rarity, marketability and reliability.

Slot Machines: America's Favorite Gaming Device
by Marshall Fey

Slot Machines: America's Favorite Gaming Device Book
The complete and colorful story of coin-operated chance machines from the time they first became prevalent in the early 1890's up to the slot machines operated in today's casinos. Included in the exciting drama of this major industry are the pioneer, inventors, manufacturers, operators and the numerous raids that plagued the industry. This book has been used as a source book worldwide, including television documentaries.

Slots Operations: The Math & the Myth
by Rich Lehman

Slots Operations: The Math & the Myth Book
This book covers all of the necessary aspects for a successful slots operation. Such diverse topics as staffing, development, policies, procedures, analysis and strategy are used to explain the complexities of slot management. The ever increasing importance of slots in today's casinos, this book will provide important information for anyone involved in a casino.

Smarter Bet Guide to Slots and Video Poker
by Basil Nestor

Smarter Bet Guide to Slots and Video Poker Book
A pocket-sized book that provides a clear-cut explanation of payback comparisons, progressive jackpots and how to evaluate them, video poker strategy tables, and other mathematically derived techniques to lower the casino advantage.

The Slot Machine Answer Book
by John Grochowski

The Slot Machine Answer Book Book
Newly revised for 2005, The Slot Machine Answer Book sold out of its original printing in 1999. Grochowski takes his quiz format to the slots. What was the first three-reel slot machine? Where do reel symbols such as bars and fruits, still in use today, come from? If someone has just hit a jackpot, is that a machine to avoid? Are there ever situations in which players can gain an edge on the slots? All that, and much more, is covered.
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