8 Themed Slot Machines

You’ve gotta love this 1988 movie starring Jeff Bridges as ‘The Dude’. Not an obvious choice for a slot machine, so I’m glad this is out there!

 

Personally, I never tire of seeing zombies getting their just desserts. If I can join in on the zombie slaying action while sat down and winning money then all that better!

The Hoff has become something of a comic character really, what with his BayWatch involvement and occasional forays into the pop charts. Here though, we get to play slots during the period where along with Kit the car, he was the kind of cool. Who needs Elon Musk!

 

One Ring to rule them all… and one coin to rule them all if you play Lord of the Rings Slots at the right time

“What a glorious feeling,  I’m happy again”

If You find that you’ve plugged yourself into a charger while you’re playing Westworld Slots, it may be that you’re not actually human. Oh well, thems the breaks

The Truth is out there with X Files slots. I’m pretty sure alien beings have beamed up the contents of my wallet a time or two over the years

B52 Slots .. So hurry up and bring your jukebox money!

The Rules Behind Slot Machines

An interesting video exploring the mathematics behind slot machine pay outs. This of course only applies to (very) old style mechanical machines where pay outs are based on random spins of the wheels, rather than newer models and video slots where the outcome is set entirely by programmed software.

Wynn Las Vegas

Wynn Las Vegas, or simply Wynn, on the Las Vegas Strip, is the flagship of Wynn Resorts Ltd., the corporation founded by Steve Wynn, the former chairman of Mirage Resorts, Inc., in 2002. In 2000, Wynn sold Mirage Resorts to MGM Grand and, the same year, bought the Desert Inn, also on the Las Vegas Strip, for $270 million. To make way for the new resort, which nowadays covers 215 acres, or 87 hectares, Wynn demolished the main tower of the Desert Inn in 2001 and the remainder four years later.

After legal wrangling surrounding the purchase of private properties on Paradise Avenue, Wynn Las Vegas was built, at a cost of $2.7 billion, and opened on April 28, 2005, 55 years to the day since the original opening of the Desert Inn. Located at the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Sands Avenue, Wynn Las Vegas has, in the meantime, become one of the most popular, if not the most popular, luxury resort and casino complexes on the Las Vegas Strip.

The Wynn Las Vegas Hotel, which stands 614 feet high, offers a total of 2,716 rooms, of various sizes, on 45 floors, while substantial portions of the complex are devoted to conference centre and retail space. The casino, itself, covers 189,000 square feet and offers a wide variety of table games and slots, plus a sportsbook and one of the most highly-regarded poker rooms in Las Vegas.