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    Senior Member onenickelmiracle's Avatar
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    Can't convince myself to play them. I am not comfortable playing them. In my mind, all of their "brands" pay as little as possible overall, and I want more play, and more hope. An anomaly was a bank at Mountaineer of Green Stamps and Golden Monkey machines I enjoyed,felt were reasonable (though not as good as originally set), and I had two hand pays. At the end, they were set so poorly nobody would touch them, and all were removed.
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    I avoid most Bally games, but Fu Dao Le is fun. And there is newer one called Perfect 8 that had huge potential. I've bonused on it a few times with nice results. I've also had good luck on Wonder Woman, but I don't see it lasting.

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    Bally's brand of game seems to be tilted toward the flashy side with many, but not all, designed for lower volatility. Their newer games have been trying to take advantage of their big screen platforms, though many are just simple extensions of their small screen games.

    They do seem to be trying some new math models in a few titles. I always applaud a game that tries new math.

    As such, I've been giving Bally's newer games a shot with an open mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michiana hit hunter View Post
    I swore off Bally machines for about 6 months then played a Dragon Rising at Blue Chip last Saturday. Put in $100 and was up over $500 in less than 15 minutes - 6 claw balls (whatever those are called!) twice (each $130+), the red envelope progressive ($113) and three bonuses between $40 and $60.

    I'll start showing Bally machines a little more love from now on.
    I have some great days on that particular bank. Had a good bonus at firekeepers a few weeks ago too..ImageUploadedBySlot Fanatics1437719400.309541.jpg

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    I forgot about this thread. I usually can't bring myself to put money in Ballys quarters....because they force me to play MAX while IGT will let me single bet until I choose to upbet.
    That said..LL and I hit that Jackpot Monday on a Blazing 7. I was only playing because I was in my safety zone betting (we were on BIG BERTHA and splitting the 75 cent bet. LOL
    Now...I may I may have to give Blazing 7s a second thought (as they have never been on my radar until now)

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    QHs and Hot Shots for me. I always play them and usually do pretty good.

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    I had a good run on some Bally's machines two weeks ago at Mandalay Bay. I hadn't played them before and got a great return on my $100 investment. I'll try them again in the future.




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    Had fun playing Lucky Tree .Decent line hits for a change and frequent bonuses. Money lasted longer than most.

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    I have seen both my mother and my aunt take the ZZ Top machine at Choctaw Grant from right around $100 to over $1000 betting mid range. I have tried it with no luck at all.

    As far as Bally as a whole, I still very much enjoy their machines.

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    Bally's marketing department must be really selling the casinos. I don't think I've ever seen so many Bally slots in all the casinos before.

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