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    Quote Originally Posted by kmc7 View Post
    I won't let them off that easily. I am quite sure cosmo is making good money. They always have a good crowd there when I go. Some one in corporate at MGM needs to make a decision to improve customer service/experience. Some times you need to spend a little more to make a lot more. I think SG and Aristocrat are starting to feel some heat too. The smaller slot companies are vastly improving their products and are nipping at their heels. I don't know for sure but I would say an Everi or IT game comes much cheaper than an SG or Aristocrat. A few of the big boys on the block whether it is the casino or game maker could learn a lot from the little guy.
    Very true. Not sure about your area, but I have sure seen an increase in IGT and Aristocrat machines recently. Maybe its because they offer a larger library of themes that players prefer and that they are continually bringing back the older themes (that we all once loved).

    Dont know, maybe SG is finally getting the hint cause they just released Classic Goldfish in the Bally wave cabinet. Honestly, doesn't attract me to play it. Would have been better in the twin star or blade. Guess time will tell.

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    Id say it played just fine! Hit this on it last week.
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    Nice hit on ruby slippers. It is a shame that these machines and the original which is my personal favorite is disappearing quickly from every where. These games represent some WMS's best work ever in my book.

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