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    NEED HELP FINDING BALLY MACHINES!!!

    I'm looking for anyone anywhere that can tell me if they know where to find my favorite slots. I do a lot of traveling and have been to casinos in a bunch of states and can't find my Bally slots. The casino here locally remodeled and took em out and put new machines. So now I'm trying to find out if they are anywhere out there or gone forever. I'm just looking for Bally slots that have the one row of buttons to choose your bet. These machine have different names and even the Quick hits with the same button set up are awesome. They are all usually very similar and I almost always win on these Ballys that's why I want to find them. I don't know if they are just programmed to pay out more or what. I enjoy playing these games and it's better when you don't just lose lose lose all the time lol. My favorite is the American Original. The line on the penny slots usually starts with 20 cents and goes 40, 60, 80, and so on up to max bet of 2.00. Some went up to like $2.50 or $3 max and they even had the $1 Ballys like this and those were really my favorite. They have some now that are kind of a touch screen instead of the actual buttons I'm looking for. I just don't win or enjoy these as much. If it's any help the casinos I used to play them in had the bingo cards on the top screen so I don't know if that makes a difference or not but the last few times I've been out of town I've been to more than 65 casinos and they didn't have the bingo cards on the screens and they didn't have the ballys I'm looking for either. Also the casinos that I used to play them in were Indian casinos and didn't have table games. Table games don't bother me but I prefer playing in Indian casinos. I'm no expert on explaining the machines but they have that row of buttons like I described earlier then a gap then a max bet button next to a play button. I'll try to get a pic up but I can't seem to find one. Any help would be huge!! I'm just hoping they haven't taken them away forever. They are the only machines I really win on. Hopefully you guys can help me find them and on my next traveling trip maybe I'll be close and can go play.

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    The only places around here in NY that I know of that has american original machines are saratoga casino and raceway and turning stone casino and resort although saratoga has more than turning stone does. As far as the bets at saratoga go, some of them start at either 20 or 25 and go up to 1.25 and 2.50. Other than that saratoga has, from my experience, quite a few bally games although I don't exactly remember which ones as they have been replacing them with newer ones lately. They had a nascar one in there for a little while although I don't know why they removed them. The only time I played on it I was doing 80 cent bets and won $40 on a u-spin race one and about $12 on free spins with a retrigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thundermystic13 View Post
    The only places around here in NY that I know of that has american original machines are saratoga casino and raceway and turning stone casino and resort although saratoga has more than turning stone does. As far as the bets at saratoga go, some of them start at either 20 or 25 and go up to 1.25 and 2.50. Other than that saratoga has, from my experience, quite a few bally games although I don't exactly remember which ones as they have been replacing them with newer ones lately. They had a nascar one in there for a little while although I don't know why they removed them. The only time I played on it I was doing 80 cent bets and won $40 on a u-spin race one and about $12 on free spins with a retrigger.
    Awesome!! When was the last time you have seen those? Also the ones you are referring to have the actual buttons and not the touch screen? Do they have the bingo cards on them or not? When you press say $1.25 does it spin automatically or do you have to pick your bet then press spin?

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    The Tampa Hard Rock has a mix of both types of Bally's machines.

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    Twin River Casino in Rhode Island has at least 50 of them! All old style buttons.
    1c, 2c, 5c, 25c, 1.00. (The casino is huge 4700 slots!)
    American Original is my ATM!! Love it!!
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    I've found some in Oklahoma but they were like programmed different. Like when you press the amount it automatically spun the reels and I didn't have any luck with them really. The ones I used to play were set up where you could press .25 cents then press play before it would spin. The ones that spun as soon as press the .25 cents it's like they were updated or something but they didn't hit near as often. I'm guessing it is just the older set up maybe pays out more than the new. Anyone know if the machines you are referring to are the ones that spin automatically or do you have to pick the amount then press spin? By the way thanks everyone who has commented you guys have helped me realize they are not extinct after all! Lol

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    Hi ballyaddict! Like most other slots all of the AO's @ Twin River require you to select your lines & multiplier per line unless of course you're betting max.
    Then after you have made your selection you can just hit the spin button or press spin on the monitor screen or press the multiplier button...

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    They all payout the same, it's all in your head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brianzz View Post
    They all payout the same, it's all in your head.
    At the very least that is debatible... Lots of folks in here including yours truly have been constantly complaining about very low payouts on some but not all "New" slots...
    I prefer the oldies and i know whats in my head...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich99 View Post
    Hi ballyaddict! Like most other slots all of the AO's @ Twin River require you to select your lines & multiplier per line unless of course you're betting max.
    Then after you have made your selection you can just hit the spin button or press spin on the monitor screen or press the multiplier button...
    PS. Welcome to this Very Friendly Forum & Thanx for the friendship request!! !
    Thanks Rich! I actually looked at the website and saw the AO machines you are referring to. I'm gonna try to get a pic up of the ones I'm talking about in particular. The Saratoga casino mentioned earlier has the ones I'm looking for for sure. I looked at their website as well. I still don't know if they spin automatically once you press an amount but maybe Thundermystic will post this info.

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