What is More Fun: Playing Online or Playing Live Slots?

This is a question you have to answer for yourself, of course. What do you prefer? Send me a short message, as I’m interested in your answer.

I personally prefer playing live slots due to the atmosphere, but as I don’t live near a large casino I usually stick to playing slots online, and I think this is quite fun.

And to be honest: the point is that most of us cannot chose between playing online or live, because we normally just have the option to play online from home.

There are three main advantages why playing online can be much more fun than playing live:


Wider choice of games: Online casinos typically offer around 100 different slots machines. Sign up at different sites and you can easily choose from several hundreds of different games. And these slots machines have much more options than the ones in brick and mortar casinos. For example, you can always choose how much you want to bet and how many lines you want to play.


Better games: When I look at the live machines, I sometimes wonder how they still can attract people to spend hours playing at them. Many of them are running with outdated technology. This starts with the display (my old five-year mobile phone has a better screen resolution), goes on with the graphics and animations and ends with the sound effects, which are barely hearable. Let’s be honest: the gaming experience at home is far better than live, for example when I play at “Slot of Fortune” (click the link to try it out by yourself with a free $50 no deposit bonus).


No need to wait: This probably has happened to you as well: You want to play your favorite game, but unfortunately there are only of two of these machines in the room and both are occupied by what looks like slots-addicted gamblers with lots of spare coins to lose. I hate waiting, and at home, there is no need to wait.


So, I’m off to play a few spins!

Good luck!



Doctor Jackpot

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