A slit or narrow opening, especially one in a wing or tail surface of an airplane that is used to carry a control or lifting device. Also: a position or placement within a group, series, sequence, etc.; a position of employment.
In the game of football, the z receiver is usually the team’s best player that can get open down the field and catch passes that others can’t. They typically play off the line of scrimmage a couple feet so they can get open before the CB covers them, allowing them to gain yards and make big plays.
The pay table is a crucial part of slot games as it displays all the regular symbols and how much you can win for landing (typically) 3, 4 or 5 of them on a payline. Some pay tables even display the patterns you need to form a winning combination, which can help you avoid mistakes and maximise your wins!
A slot can also contain additional information such as the game’s rules, number of paylines, potential payouts, details on the RTP rate, betting requirements and bonus features. Typically, the pay table fits in with the theme of the slot and is visually appealing and easy to understand. Alternatively, it may use animations to make things easier to comprehend. If you’re new to slots, we recommend that you take some time to read a few pay tables before playing them to ensure that you’re fully aware of the rules and how they work.