What is a Slot? The slot is the area in the offensive zone between the face-off circles. The term “slot” can refer to two different locations within the rink: the low slot, right in front of the goaltender, and the high slot, in the middle of the ice above the face-off circles. In the most common NHL games, a slot is a small section of ice. As such, the slot is a key area on a hockey ice.
Today, slots can be categorized according to their features. Modern slot machines utilize microprocessors to assign different probabilities to symbols. These systems are much more complex and sophisticated than their predecessors. A slot can have hundreds or even thousands of different symbols. A slot’s paytable is typically found on its face or within its help menu. The pay table is an essential piece of information for any player. But how do you find out which symbols are the highest paying?
First, identify the slot type. It’s not unusual to use multiple slots, but using the correct slot type is critical for effective processing. If you have several slots in a single utterance, a bot can match them to the same entity by mapping them to each other. For example, a built-in entity value of New York can also contain synonyms like Big Apple and NYC. To map your slots to custom entities, check the Allow Synonyms checkbox. Then, enter a synonym in the Enter Synonym field next to the slot type value.