PlayHunter
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March 2nd, 2013 at 9:32:17 AM permalink
Then, this means that there is no such thing as Class I Slot game ?
tringlomane
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March 2nd, 2013 at 11:50:33 AM permalink
Quote: PlayHunter

Then, this means that there is no such thing as Class I Slot game ?



Yes, slots are never defined as class I. No standard casino games are Class I, Class I is generally reserved for traditional tribal games.
PlayHunter
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March 2nd, 2013 at 2:16:15 PM permalink
I`m clear now, thanks ! :-)
smokalott
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August 12th, 2014 at 7:58:57 PM permalink
Quote: Ardent1

The answer is simple -- if you play a class II video poker device, and you threw away a dealt quad (or RF), you will STILL end up winning on that specific hand, and based on posts on this website, your winnings is comparable or the same via a bonus card or a genie as the original dealt hand. That is to say if your bingo card (or pull tab) was destined to win, you will WIN no matter what you do on the flop.



Yup. Tried this outside of Seattle once and tis sad but true. Originally thought I'd stumbled onto something good, 9/6JOB paytable plus something called "bonus pay" included along with the 5 coin bet. I played a few hands, won a piddling amount and then left to play in the live poker tournament. Later that night I researched what the effect of this bonus pay could be and discovered that it should be called "bogus pay" instead. Turns out Wash State outlawed VP years before ("too addictive" they said - lol) but some Indians have these machines that are made to completely look like VP but are in fact deceptively disguised class II bingo slots. I dont think anyone playing has a clue.
"...of all the seductive vices extant, I regard that of gambling as the worst. It holds out allurements hard to be resisted. It captives and ensnares the young, blunts all the moral sensibilities and ends in utter ruin." James Nye, 1st territorial Governor of Nevada

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