A position in a group, series, sequence, or hierarchy. Also, a time slot on a television or radio program.

In computing, a slot is an area on a device (usually a motherboard) where an expansion card can be inserted to provide additional functionality, such as extra memory or a video card. A slot may also refer to a specific type of peripheral connector, such as an ISA or PCI slot.

When playing an online slot game, players will normally find a pay table displayed somewhere on the screen. This will list all the symbols used in the slot alongside how much can be won for landing them on a payline. It will also mention any special symbols and their value, if applicable. In some slots, the pay table will also include information on bonus features.

It never ceases to amaze us how many slot players plunge straight into a game without bothering to check out the pay table. We suggest you do this if you want to maximise your chances of winning at a particular machine. It is also a good way to pick machines that will increase your enjoyment. Whether this means choosing a simpler machine with fewer paylines or a slot with a lot of different bonuses, the choice is yours! Just remember that luck plays a major part in any slot game. You may not win on every spin, but at least you will have had a good time.