posted on Sep, 28 2018 @ 05:02 PM
Where I live there are only Indian Casinos and no other competition.
I wouldn't consider myself a gambler and haven't been to Vegas in decades, but I do play slots locally every now and then. I see it as a form of
entertainment and know the chances of winning aren't that spectacular. That being said I want to share something that happened to me recently.
Let me know if you think it is coincidence or something else.
I usually play slots with my husband. He was not there at the time. I was on a machine, and a Native American casino worker came an tapped the back of
my chair. It was very obvious and made me jump a bit and look back.
After that I started winning.... a lot. I kept winning all night. About an hour after that, another Native American worker (looked kinda like a
pit boss or something, not a regular casino worker) came up and asked me how I was doing. I have never once experienced a worker like that say
anything, to me or anyone else nearby.
I know they say slots machines are random, etc, but they are computers and they can obviously be programmed to only payout a certain amount, so is
it possible for them to payout to certain machine at a certain time? What do you think, just a lucky night or was I flagged for a win?