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    Is this a camera?

    And why?

    Puzzling.


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    Not sure but it would look like it to me. As for the why, they want to see how much fun your having. If it is a camera and they can see, can they hear? Would they want to?

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    good place to set the phone if so...

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    That looks like one of the machines used in those quick tournaments. Whole banks of them play together, and they show video of the players (usually the leaders) during the game...

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    Brianzz, which Multimedia Games machine was that? I tend to avoid them, too much flash, not enough pay. But I definitely want to see if those are on the cabinets at my locals!
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    Quote Originally Posted by merlin309 View Post
    That looks like one of the machines used in those quick tournaments. Whole banks of them play together, and they show video of the players (usually the leaders) during the game...
    Most likely, these are machines used for slot tournaments. I'll put a napkin in front of that hole and see what happens.

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    What Merlin said....machines used in slot tournaments at my local have them. I wouldn't be surprised if it becomes standard issue on most if not all new slot cabinets. Nice place to stick your chewing gum, eh?

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    They're on tournament banks, Wild Pixie, Wild 70's, some fireman game, etc. but the games are regular play during non-tournament times. Good way to spy on people, maybe check out some cleavage.

    http://www.staples.com/office/suppli...10&KPID=940810

    Anyone?

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    Never noticed this. Next time I'll pay attention cause I sure don't like it. Nothing that duct tape can't fix.

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    Might be a camera- my locals also uses these for tournaments.

    however, it also might be where the "bingo" screen plugs in and is installed on the class II versions of these. One of my locals has Class II Multimedia games (even though all the other games there are class III) and that's where the bingo screens are that shows the results of each spin. The cabinets look the same on these no matter which class they are.

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