Corn hole of the dead.
#1
Played one for first time today, 3 quid in it moves me up to super start, says hold 1st reel. £25 but no exchange ( like I said never played). Took it and ran, was it the right thing to to do? Heard horror stories so thought best to swipe the easy raise
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#2
Any raise is a good raise on a betcon
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#3
A lot of the new machines are desperate to stop anyone playing on them.
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#4
Anyone got a list of all the band 5 and 6 pubs in the country? :'D
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#5
Believe me that's an absolute result on that game
Marching on together
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#6
Don't like these although only played one once - once buzzin' just kept throwing in high wins to knock it back Sad

Won't be playing another
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#7
"I need TP for my cornholio!"
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#8
These are literally the fastest Betcom forcuser ever!
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#9
Just touched down in Naples, don't know how I feel about not seeing a betcom for a whole week!!
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#10
Relieved?
The future is much like the present, only longer.
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(07-28-2017, 07:59 PM)ridye Wrote: These are literally the fastest Betcom forcuser ever!

Surely not!!!
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#12
I wonder what the Italians do to entertain themselves without betcoms
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#13
I wonder what foreigners think when they come here and see these in every pub and bar?

In Spain there was a fruit machine in the hotel I was staying in. Although it was difficult to understand what was going on due to the language barrier it looked way more fun than anything here and I somehow ended up putting in €5 for €40 back still don't know how I managed it
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#14
Least it’s not like Brussels where some pubs have Novomatic casino style terminals in some of the pubs!
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(07-28-2017, 08:14 PM)jerz92 Wrote: Just touched down in Naples, don't know how I feel about not seeing a betcom for a whole week!!


prob the same as nelson mandela when he got released!

wouldn't be surprised if you were too scared to come back either!
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(07-28-2017, 09:18 PM)Fenso Wrote: I wonder what foreigners think when they come here and see these in every pub and bar?

In Spain there was a fruit machine in the hotel I was staying in. Although it was difficult to understand what was going on due to the language barrier it looked way more fun than anything here and I somehow ended up putting in €5 for €40 back still don't know how I managed it

They've probably changed now but the jackpot on Spanish machines was limited to 20x stake. So 25 peseta (10p) stake meant 500 peseta (£2) jackpot. But to make the machines more enticing when you won the jackpot it would go on a streak spinning in win after win for £30-£50.

So a casual would win 500pesetas and walk away not knowing another 25 pesetas would would start the streak. Ripe for sharking!!
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#17
These were like club machines I think, I'm sure they were €400 jackpot if not then they were definately high jackpots. Was 18 months ago now and I was drunk most of the time I was there lol
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#18
Saw a funky looking fruit in a kebab shop in majorca. Was €500 jp. Didnt have time to have a go sadly.
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#19
All I've seen here so far is a whole load of video slot terminals in a petrol station, just driving past so didn't see the JP or games selection. There's a whole bunch of British hotels and a few pubs where I'm staying but not seen anything so far, can't say I'm looking too hard though! If I spot anything I'll take a pic
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#20
I just got back from Barcelona last night. They are 100 Euro jackpot on 20C stake, 300 Euro on 60C stake and 500 euro on 1Euro stake. They look much better than UK fruit machines. Popular machines were Woonsters and Luxor. I'll upload a photo I took of one in a bar later on
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