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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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Luxury Travel at Villa Crespi, Italy

Luxury Travel at Villa Crespi, Italy

9 August 2014

It's a full-blown architectural folly, in the old sense, which was in no way a negative one. So thorough is the stylization of the villa's spaces that you can't help but feel transported. Not that Lake Orta itself is anything you'd ...

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LADERA RESORT Rabot Estate, Soufriere, St. Lucia, your dream vacation

LADERA RESORT Rabot Estate, Soufriere, St. Lucia, your dream vacation

25 June 2014

For quite a lot of travelers the conversation about the Caribbean begins and ends at the beach. But for anyone who's willing to take a broader view, the region offers charms that have little to do with surf and sand. Among ...

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Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort, your luxury travel

Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort, your luxury travel

12 June 2014

What distinguishes Mykonos Grand Hotel & Resort from all the other gorgeous resorts on the so-called island of the winds?The whole place seems designed, in fact, around who they think you are - most likely a hard-working person who's coming to ...

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Bristol Paris celebrates Easter with Piaget

Bristol Paris celebrates Easter with Piaget

15 April 2014

True to its reputation of family hotel, enhanced by obtaining the award for "Best luxury family hotel" at the World Travel Awards in 2013, Le Bristol Paris reserve for Easter a lot of surprises for children of all ages.  The Sunday Easter, ...

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Chanel Launching Watch Campaign at Baselworld

Chanel Launching Watch Campaign at Baselworld

3 April 2014

Baselworld 2014, an edition for innovation and luxury. From watches, to fine jewelry and new technology on the market, great brands try to cover new places, find new niches. Chanel, for example, amazes some of the brand purist by launching a watch ...

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Modern & Contemporary Luxury in chic Paris at Le Burgundy

Modern & Contemporary Luxury in chic Paris at Le Burgundy

26 March 2014

It's rare in any city, and especially in Paris, that a new hotel immediately becomes an instant classic. In the case of Le Burgundy, however, it's not at all out of the question. Though more modest in size than some of ...

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The Standard High Line, New York - Travel with Style

The Standard High Line, New York - Travel with Style

24 February 2014

André Balazs's line of Standard hotels took its time getting to New York. Now it seems they were waiting for something big, and this is it - for a group that's made its name with clever renovations, a ground-up new build ...

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Luxury Zen style travel at Gili Lankanfushi, Maldives

Luxury Zen style travel at Gili Lankanfushi, Maldives

21 February 2014

On one level, trying to discern the differences between the upscale Maldives island resorts feels like an exercise in hair-splitting. Baby-powder white-sand beaches, the gently lapping turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, and thatched-roof bungalows stuffed to the rafters with sleek ...

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