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    Welcome! I always hear to stick with Class II machines first and if they're not hitting then move to III. Or you can be like my wife and just go to the biggest prettiest machine you can find...
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    Or in the case of Winstar, just move to Class IIIs immediately.

    Btu seriously, I used to have decent luck on them but for the past year or so I've had absolutely no luck on Class IIs there. I'm assuming they're still paying off their new thousand-room hotel towers.
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    I have seen several people refer to like to play on the red screen slots. Can someone tell me what that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by txjoker View Post
    I have seen several people refer to like to play on the red screen slots. Can someone tell me what that is.
    Yes does that mean? Is that class II?

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    Ok. I have played slots for years, but never studied anything about slots. Now what is class 11. Guess there are other classes also.

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    the "red screens" are 3 reel machines that randomly turn the screen red during any hit (even a cherry). When they turn red you get a free spin (sometimes more than one, but mostly just one) and the win is "usually" pretty good. I have seen them in denominations from .25 to $100 and the max bet is mostly 3 coins. I have seen some that are 5 coins but I don't play those. I believe the class IIs are based on a bingo card that is seen on the machine, but I could be wrong.

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    Lucky Ducky, Money Bag, Crazy Cherries, 777 Bourbon St., Reel Fever, KC King Coin, and there are about as many more I didn't name that the name slipped my mind.
    These will only be found in Indian Casinos not in LA or Las Vegas.
    Also the .5 and .10 5 lines will go red and also the oh gosh I forget what they are called but they have lots of 7s and lucky ducks and its 9lines and a nickel machine. Maybe someone will elaborate more off my post.

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    Ok thanks! I'll keep any eye out for those next time.

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