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How Gambling Works

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Skill & Knowledge

Learn how skill and knowledge factor into games of chance

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Finding Help

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Finding Help

If you find yourself gambling too much, or if it no longer feels like a game, there’s help if you need it.

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Slots

Come play casino slot games. Place your bet, hit the spin button and if the symbols on the screen match up, you're a winner!

Play Slots Online

You can play slots anywhere, anytime at home or on your mobile device.

Game Overview

All Casinos and Chances locations in B.C. offer your favorite slot machines, the same titles that can be found in many casinos across the world. We have both the classic spinning reel style of games, as well as many of the latest penny video slots. Some slot machines allow you to choose how many lines to play, and then you choose the multiplier bet you wish to make. To increase your bet, first choose the number of lines you want to play, then choose the bet multiplier which would multiply any credits won. If you press the Max Bet button, you'll bet the maximum allowed on that machine for each game, meaning the maximum number of lines and the highest bet multiplier available will be wagered.

Bill acceptors take bills in Canadian currency, as well as ticket vouchers. To play, insert the bill or ticket voucher into the bill acceptor of a slot machine and start playing. When you're ready to cash out, press the Cash Out button and you'll receive a ticket that can be redeemed at the cashier, Ticket Express redemption machine, or can be inserted into another slot machine. Tickets are valid for 30 days at the Casino or Community Gaming Centre of issue.

See game rules on the machine or touch the onscreen help menu. Not all slot games play the same. If you are unsure, please ask a Slot Attendant to help explain how the game is played.

How To Play

Find out more about how to play slots.

Odds of Winning

It's important to note that slot machines operate randomly, no matter how many wins or losses have occurred in the past, altering play patterns, time of day, or position of the machine within the casino. In other words, the result of your last game has no bearing on the result of your next game.

Odds of winning smaller prizes are much greater than the odds of winning the top prize. But, remember, the outcome is random, every time you play. For more information on the odds of winning all games, visit Gamesense.ca.