Brian Christopher To Host Group Slot Pull at Jamul Casino Sept. 17

Brian Christopher To Host Group Slot Pull at Jamul Casino Sept. 17

Slot and casino influencer Brian Christopher is coming to Jamul Casino in the San Diego area this weekend. Christopher hosts the No. 1 slot channel on YouTube, attracting players from across the USA and worldwide.

The appearance correlates with the casino launching three of Christopher’s branded slot machines to be used on the group pulls on Saturday. It will be the first time his machine, Pop’N Pays More, is used in a group slot pull.

Christopher had his recent visit to Jamul Casino in July 2021 and in March 2022. According to the organizers, past events were quite successful, with great turnouts, including meet-and-greets.

Brian Christopher’s Jamul Casino group slot pull appearances

All slot machine enthusiasts are welcome to participate in group slot pulls at Jamul Casino on Saturday. These are the following events:

$200 Group Slot Pull, Sept. 17, 12 p.m.
$300 Group Slot Pull, Sept. 17, 1:30 p.m.
$500 Group Slot Pull, Sept. 17, 3 p.m.

There can be only one person per registered spot in the group pulls, and each person must contribute the full amount of $200, including Christopher himself. In addition to the player’s gambling money, each person must buy a $9.99 ticket.

Since all the events are currently full, players are advised to check back at a later time. If someone cancels, their spot immediately becomes available on a first-come, first-served basis.

What is a group slot pull, and how does it work?

A group slot pull is an event where a group of people pool their money together to play certain slot machines. For instance, $200 per person for a group of 25 people would translate to $5,000 to put in a slot machine, which would increase the chance of winnings.

Once the event starts, a host – in this case Brian Christopher – charges a fee ($9.99) to deter people from signing up and then canceling last second. Everyone will take turns playing the designated slot machines.

Christopher agrees to cover taxes for wins under $5,000 total profit. Over and above that amount, approximately 35% will be held back for taxes. So, if the group hits $10,000 in overall wins, Brian will cover the taxes on the first $5,000, and the group will split the taxes on the second half.

The money that remains depends on how much the group has won or lost.

How to play Pop’N Pays brand slots

Each group of people gathers around the machine, and Christopher spins the reels on their behalf.

The Brian Christopher Pop’N Pays More has 1,047 pay lines and features expanding reels 2-5 up to eight symbols high. At full expansion, there are 16,384 ways to win on every spin. Apart from Brian Christopher, other symbols include sevens, cups, spinning reels, lemons, cherries and a slot machine.

Moreover, a bonus game offers up to 15 free spins, which can be retriggered. The main goal is to hit three line-it-up coins on the screen at the same time.

Why do so many people choose to participate in casino group slot pulls?

It’s a fun and exciting way to play slots.

Christopher puts slot group pulls experience to a whole new level, both for viewers and players. His crazy reactions to winning are always fun to watch, and if he hits the jackpot, it’s almost as fun as winning your own.

What makes Christopher so special is his approachable personality. He has over 500,000 subscribers who look forward to his daily videos and once-a-week live streams where he shares his experience.

And, apart from having fun, people like to participate because of many reasons, such as:

The social factor, as the social experience makes the game more fun
Higher stakes are involved, as players have a chance to win more money without risking their own
Better chances of winning, especially for those who usually play low-stakes slots by themselves

If you miss out on the group pull, his Pop’N Pays More machines are here to stay, so don’t forget to check them out on your own some other time.

Author: Tyler Gutierrez