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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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(400) DiBella was the Senate's most outspoken advocate for casinos in Hartford and Bridgeport and of video slot machines at existing pari-mutuel facilities.
But Joyce Anderson shrugged off her time spent Monday during the debut of the state's new video slot machines as a not-too-expensive diversion from her occasional sessions of video poker.
But O'Neill points out that from the beginning of this long process, state officials never seriously studied whether the idea of using video slot machines to prop up a dying race trade make sense economically or whether racing and gambling is really still the best use for this massive site.
The New Hampshire Senate has voted to legalize six casinos and 17,000 video slot machines. Gambling proponents want you to believe that this represents a natural progression from our lottery and charitable gaming.
Jay-Z, 40, owns a share in the Aqueduct Entertainment Group (AEG), which won a contract to add video slot machines to New York City's Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens, reports the Daily Star.
He added: "Les Croupiers Casino coupled with the terrace and our new video slot machines has seen a surge in new membership figures.
Twin River, which has grown rapidly since 2005 with an expanded greyhound racing track, thousands of new video slot machines and hip pubs and restaurants, will remain open as it restructures its debt, though it hopes to discontinue greyhound racing.
Celia is counting on the passage of a bill to allow video slot machines at racetracks (in order to compete with nearby casinos) to save Monee Park from bankruptcy.
The company has a decade's experience of designing and manufacturing both the hardware and software of video slot machines.
Without any extra money from the planned remotely-operated video slot machines, however, the company will only fulfill "the bare minimum" of its contractual obligations.
Ted Kulongoski's proposal to fund the state police with money from the Oregon Lottery's new video slot machines was derailed by legislators who had other uses for the money.
The DPX-114 is optimized for use in a variety of deployments such as ATMs, telecommunications, ticketing, vending machines, POS kiosks, video slot machines and various multimedia gaming applications.