The slot machines at Hollywood casinos are so tight that they need to be held accountable for violating the public trust. They have provided Ohio residents with the tightest non-paying slots in the country and have gotten away with it for years. They have ruined the gambling experience for me and many others. People have stopped going. Look around and ask if it's normal for a casino to be so empty all the time? People are tried of tight slots and having no chance of winning. Shame on you, Hollywood.
Anyone who plays at a casino understands that the house is in the business of making money. I am okay with that. Playing the slots is recreation; no one is forced to do it. However, no business will last long with unsatisfied customers. Without a doubt my first (and last) visit to this casino on June 8 was awful. Within 20 minutes my group of 4 was out of our playing money. Actually we all just stopped because nobody was winning even a paltry amount. They were the tightest slots I've ever encountered, even with maximum bet per play. I did not see anyone winning or even making the bonus rounds. Strangers approached us as we left, repeating the same version of events. Co-workers give me the same story. Time to walk folks. There are better casinos in Michigan.