Brian Christopher gets this question a lot, so it feels like a proper question to address here too:
How is it that you always win?Robin
Let’s start by posing the question directly right to Brian himself:
THIS right here is perfect. At the time of responding to this, I just finished a live stream last night where I lost $22,000. During that exact same live, someone literally asked this exact question!Brian Christopher
People quickly forget about the losses when they see a single jackpot. As an exercise, I just looked at all my videos from November (excluding lives), and guess how many videos ended up with a win? Just 8 videos, that’s it. And the November videos came with a loss of $30,000.
Here’s that live he referenced in his comment, for those curious:
Brian has for many years featured both wins and losses – it’s very rare that a session ends up on the cutting room floor, and more often has to do with a production issue like lost footage than it is an intentional decision to hide losses. Brian films his slot play linearly so it’s all shown on camera – the good, the bad and the ugly.
This means there’s the occasional video where he can’t get anything going. Here’s another example, an hour long premiere where the momentum just fails to materialize:
Even when Brian is losing, it can sometimes look like he’s winning. Here’s an example of a video where he gets a bonus on every game, yet manages to have a losing day:
It’s easy to focus on the winning moments and ignore the fact that it took a lot of spins to get there. Brian readily admits that slots is a losing proposition over time, and that’s not how he generates an income. Of course, winning sessions are nice, but they won’t cover the losses over time.
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