As with the majority of gambling games, a player can stop playing their game of pachinko at any time he or she desires.
The trick to winning at gambling is knowing when to stop. A player should never get emotional over losing. Understand the nature of the game, and see if the “Kakuhen(game probability change)” has been completed. The moment the jackpot loop has ended is the time to immediately stop playing.
The following is the overall flow of closing a game.
While there appear to be a lot of things to consider here, you will memorize them quickly once you’ve tried them out.
① Stop the game.
② Have your balls counted and receive a remaining balance ticket.
③ Go to the parlor’s exchange center.
④ Receive your prizes.
⑤ Go to the TUC shop.
⑥ Exchange your prizes.
What do you think? Closing a game of pachinko is slightly complicated. But take heart. Because after this, we will explain in detail how to play each kind of pachinko machine, and we hope you will read all of our other articles.
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