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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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The average number of operating slot machines this June at the 12 casinos was 26,388 compared to 26,400 in June 2014.
LAS VEGAS -- With the gambling industry anxious to attract younger players, some slot machine makers are looking to challenge the generation raised on video games.
Chuck Hickey, the company vice president of slot operations, said, 'Our Barona Loose Troop has been getting great feedback from guests on the games they want to try out and the slot machines they want to see more of.
The latest of the state gambling compacts included agreements that would allow the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation to install up to 3,000 new slot machines at its El Cajon casino and resort, and the Yurok Tribe to install the first 99 slot machines on its reservation in Humboldt and Del Norte counties.
They are in the process of preparing a rezoning application to the city this fall, which will include slot machines.
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The Bay Meadows company has promised to keep racing at Hollywood Park for at least three years while it campaigns for slot machines and other legislative relief from Native American casino competition.
the slot machines at Sudbury Downs employ 159 people with an estimated payroll, including benefits, of more than $6.
NEW ORLEANS -- Fair Grounds Race Course ("Fair Grounds") and its parent company, Churchill Downs Incorporated (NASDAQ: CHDN), today confirmed their intent to move forward with plans to build a slot machine gaming facility adjacent to the historic racetrack in New Orleans.
A large majority of Texas voters (64 percent) favor the specific proposal of allowing slot machines at Texas race tracks and on the three federally recognized Indian reservations.
The state can inspect slot machines and seek to remove members of a tribe's own gaming council if it considers them ``unsuitable.