Always a crowd favorite, penny slots can provide hours of amazing fun
and entertainment, especially if you're getting a bit low on the funds
side and $10 bets at the blackjack table or a $1 pull on a slot machine
might be a bit too much for you to handle. One of my personal favorites
is the "Munsters", especially when Fred says "I'm Rich
According to some online reports, the popularity of penny slots has grown
immensely, as low limit players look for more and more entertainment.
The number of low limit (tight budget) players is definitely growing and
they are almost always looking for cheap entertainment, wanting to have
some good fun while gambling away $20. The added value too with penny
slots is that even though it may require only a penny to play, in most
cases gamblers can play up to $100 a spin, betting dozens of credits on
multiple lines. Thus, gamblers can easily bet high or low depending on
the state of their bankroll.
In Australia, where Aristocrat Technologies (slot machine manufacturers)
is based, it's said that there has been a dramatic shift from 5-cent slot
machines to penny machines over the past five years. Did you know also
that in Australia, it's estimated that about 80 percent of the slot machines
in the country are penny slots.