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Traditional vs modern slot games: Which were easier to beat?

16 September

If you've ever wondered whether it's online slot games UK - the newer kind of slot - or physical, traditional slots that were easier to beat, we may have an answer for you. The truth is, both are very hard to beat these days, and a number of anti-cheating mechanisms are always in place to ensure everyone can play fairly. However, that doesn't mean people haven't tried, and it's an interesting question - let's look more into it.  Traditional Slots The very first slot machine was invented by Charles Fey. It came into being in 1895 and was called the Liberty Bell. It was very simple (by today's standards, at least) and had just three reels, each with five symbols depicted on it. From them on, certainly for the next 80 years or so, most other slot machines that came about followed Fey's popular formula, and a new hobby was born in many places across the world. So the term ‘traditional slot' really means this kind of machine, with a number of reels and symbols and paylines. Modern Slots Modern slots is a term that encompasses a variety of different games including online games (which are virtual slots) and those powered by computers. Although the

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Visit Anchorage Ice Gallery

Visit Anchorage Ice Gallery

3 January 2012

Carved from 4,000-pound blocks of ice, the train in the just completed Children's Ice Gallery in Anchorage, Alaska's Town Square Park draws children of all ages. The ice sculptures are part of the city's New Year's Eve celebration, which also include ...

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Adrien's Castle

Adrien's Castle

29 December 2011

  Ten years ago, Brigitte de Gastines-Cachart, then chairman director general of the society SVP, and Eric Cachart, TV journalist, created Adrien's Chalet, in Verbier in Swiss Alps, by transforming a three-star hotel into a prestigious establishment Intermediaries and Castles five stars. ...

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Rent a dream at Maurice Island

Rent a dream at Maurice Island

15 December 2011

  Coming and going to everyone's ease and will, live in any friendliness or in any privacy, without dress code or timetables to be respected for meals, enjoy to make your own market to the village neighbours or not! It is all ...

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The inauguration of Citadine Prestige at Trafalgar Square, London

The inauguration of Citadine Prestige at Trafalgar Square, London

15 December 2011

  The Ascott Limited (Ascott), the biggest owner of hotel chains and residences in the world, announced that the residence Citadines Trafalgar Square London will become City Prestige before March, 2012.  With a more than 7 million euro investment and a renovation of more than nine ...

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On the rocks bar in Canada

On the rocks bar in Canada

6 December 2011

It is, definitely, a freezing image but also an alluring one if we think it is unique to sit at an ice bar and order whiskey...on the rocks! In Canada, From December to Avril this type of bar is no longer an ...

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The legend of the big phallus in Japan

The legend of the big phallus in Japan

6 December 2011

It is sure that every country has its original ideas on life and culture. But, sometimes, they can see things which for some can be really shocky. For instance, the huge penis made in iron that can be seen in Kawasaki, every ...

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Skeletons cult at Oaxaca, Mexic

Skeletons cult at Oaxaca, Mexic

6 December 2011

The mexican people have another mentality when it comes to spirits and to the dead rituals. Every year, on the 1st of November, they offer objects and things dear to the dead ones in order to remember them and praise for their ...

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A big fork planted in the middle of a lake

A big fork planted in the middle of a lake

6 December 2011

We are always very interested in seeing new things more and more interesting. That is why we begin a new serie of travelling ideas where we can find original and unique views and things. The first stop is on Switzerland at the lake ...

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