What is a slot pay table?

slot pay table

When we start playing slots, we do so wanting to get the most out of this game, and the way to do that is by getting to know it better. For this reason, here we recommend you review and learn in detail the payment table of the slot in which you want to try your luck.

You will find this payment table in all the machines, and you can access it in the informative section of the slot. You just have to look at the bottom of the game to click on the link. Enter, review the complete guide and discover:

  • The prizes you can opt for, and what are the combinations that will allow you to achieve it.
  • The direction of how the pay lines should be assembled. Here we will know if the directionality goes from right to left, from left to right, or if it is in both directions.
  • How are all the winning combinations and how many does the slot have? The number of combinations varies on each machine. It is obtained by multiplying the number of rows by the number of reels. This result can be in 243, 720, 1024 and up to 4096.
  • How the paylines are set up and how many are available.
  • What are the symbols that will appear in the game, and what is the scale of valuation of them.
  • How much do you earn with each combination you achieve.
  • If the game has bonus rounds, what are they like and how much can you win in them?
  • How free spins work.
  • What the game is about, and how you can get the most out of it.

Lastly, we recommend that you get into the habit of reading the paytable for each game very carefully before trying it out.



The pay line is the winning combination established by the machine. If you want to win, you will need to know it, know what its main characteristics are and how they will help you achieve your goal:

  • These usually go through all the reels, giving us winning combinations.
  • They can be a straight line, diagonal in all directions and/or even a zigzag.
  • They are normally read from left to right, but can also be read from left to right.
  • In the early games there was only one payline. Later the classic ones with 5 and 10 lines arose, and now the most current ones have from 20 to 243 lines.
  • There are games where the paylines allow the user to configure them, while in others they are fixed.
  • To verify which paylines we can form, we must review the game’s paytable, as we saw above.
  • You can bet on one line or all, depending on the type of machine you choose and the availability of your budget.
  • The more paylines, the better chance you have of winning.

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