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A Few Interesting Facts and Figures about Australian Online Pokies

Posted by admin | Uncategorized | Thursday 12 November 2015 8:29 am

Pokies are for the Australians as what slot machines are for the Americans. It’s simply a slang and simplified form of the word poker machines. These are basically computers which make use of randomized mathematical programming and will essentially pay out prizes randomly. If you are into Australian online pokies and have been playing the game for a while, then here are some interesting facts and figures which you should know about.

Figures
– As of now, around 200,000 slot machines exist in Australia, with over 100,000 of them situated in New South Wales- On average, you can expect a payout of 90.89% when playing pokie online- The highest possible jackpot you could win in a pub is $10,000- The average chance of winning the jackpot while playing 1 line is 1 in 50,000,000 and 1 in 2,500,000 for playing 20 lines- On average, a player loses around $380 per year while a problem gambler loses as much as $12,00 per year- It has been estimated that around 300,000 of all pokie gamers in Australia are problem gamblers- There is one of of 101 people in Australia who plays Australian online pokies, and around 38.6% of adult Australians play the game

Facts
In playing pokies, you should always remember that poker machines have a payout percentage of less than 100%. This simply means that you will eventually end up losing most of your money should you choose to play long enough.
Another thing to keep in mind is that every spin is random and is not affected by the previous spins. Also, each spin has the same shot at winning any prize. Simply put, even if you have lost a huge deal on the machine for a long period of time, it won’t guarantee you a pay out if you keep on playing.
There is simply no means of winning Australian pokies online in the long term. However, if you’re lucky enough and land on short term wins, the better.

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