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slot machine

a machine, esp one for selling small articles or for gambling, activated by placing a coin or metal disc in a slot
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New Mexico is seeing the first signs of the trouble that accompanies slot machines, one of the nation's leading experts on compulsive gambling has warned.
In early September, Boomtown will open its pier-based expansion with 400 additional slot machines and the 165-seat Overland Cafe, a full service restaurant to be open 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
Whether the ruling has any effect on slot machines was a subject of sharp dispute.
The bar-coded slot voucher may then be inserted into a TITO-enabled slot machine or redeemed at a cashier station.
A state appeals court ruled last year that keno was legal, but also concluded that the lottery authorizes at least some types of banking games and slot machines, defined legally as devices that accept money or tokens and award prizes by chance.
This event will showcase a Caille 45 Upright Slot Machine, and items from the Albert Schlafmann Museum Collection of Turtle Lake, N.
CHICAGO -- Paul Tracy, editor of the StreetAuthority Market Advisor newsletter, says the slot machine manufacturing industry is an attractive one for investors for a variety of reasons.
In aggregate, Penn National's facilities feature over 17,500 slot machines, over 400 table games, over 2,000 hotel rooms and approximately 575,000 square feet of gaming floor space.
Under the grant of authority issued by PAGCOR, New Victor Corporation, along with its new joint venture partner, Thunderbird will supply slot machines and add its operating expertise to this PAGCOR facility.
The highlight of the new MONOPOLY offerings will be WMS' introduction of a unique new gaming concept for the slot floor, which brings the communal nature and excitement of table games to slot machines under the umbrella of a new branded series of games - MONOPOLY Big Event.
For them, the allure of slot machines has been simple.
Slot machines are also known as one-armed bandits because they were originally operated by a lever on the side of the machine (the arm) instead of a button on the front panel, and because of their ability to leave the gamer penniless (bandit).