September 21, 2021
First of all, probably not the best idea to be playing slots all day. Play slots for entertainment and not out of addiction.
Read about the calculations we've made on how much it would cost to play slots all day everyday.
The answer varies based on the game and how many breaks you take during sessions.
Assuming a game has lots of animations and features, it might only see you play around 500 spins an hour. In contrast, a slot with fewer animations and bonuses could see you play up to 600+ spins per hour.
Of course, you could always keep track of how many spins you make in an hour. By doing this for several hours, you can come up with an average play rate.
So now we know how many spins you can expect, do you have enough money to sustain it?
We are going to look at some examples, let’s see if you can run the mould here.
The truth is that you may need to run the number several times. Once you have an example, though, you can plug in different numbers.
Here are a few examples of using different variables to determine how long you can play for:
A Common Scenario - Example #1
You’ll theoretically be able to play one hour per day for $25.97 days.
A Less Common Scenario - Example #2
You’ll theoretically be able to play one hour per day for $31.19 days.
Everything here is theoretical, so let’s bear this in mind.
Luckily, though, you don’t need to start from scratch. Instead, you can simply use the examples provided here. All you’ll need to do is plug in your specific variables.
Perhaps you’re only looking to play for half an hour each day. In this case, you just need to modify the math a little.
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