I bought my first bingo pinball this weekend

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I bought my first bingo pinball this weekend


By jkroeck25

2 years ago



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#1 2 years ago

I played some bingo machines for the first time at the white rose gameroom show this year. After some explanation of the features and gameplay from Nick and Jeff, I spent a lot of time playing them there on friday. I started searching for one for sale immediately and brought one home a week later. I also got the opportunity to see and play the sellers awesome Gottlieb wedgehead collection, which was worth the trip itself.

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#3 2 years ago
Quoted from Pinball_Muggle:

Know it or not you are now my "Grandson" (Nick MAY explain... = )

Well, until he does, I'll be scratching my head!

#5 2 years ago

Yes it is, he mentioned that you helped him out with the ad.

#7 2 years ago

I believe I understand the features and payouts. There may have been a few times that the payouts were inaccurate, or I was mistaken about what I thought I scored. If you score on multiple lines is it necessary to press the R more than once? I had 2 lines of 3 on a game and pressing the R once didn't give me the full payout, so I pressed it again and it gave more credits. This was one of the times it didn't appear to be the right amount in total. The last game I played earlier today scored 3 in the white and it paid the correct amount, I believe it was 16.

#10 2 years ago

Thanks Steve, I have been enjoying this recent introduction to bingos and look forward to continuing my education in this area of pinball.

Quoted from Vic_Camp:

You can always slide the playfield glass off and place the balls in 3 in a line, 4 in or a line or 5 in a line or any other in lines wins you want to check if your payouts are paying correctly.

Vic, I will try this tomorrow, thanks.

#11 2 years ago

Is there a certain degree of angle you guys prefer with the bingos? Mine seems to be very fast compared to the few I played at York.

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