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Cash Machine

Everi Holdings

Cash Machine

This is a novel new game idea on Everi’s Player Classic 26 three-reel mechanical cabinet. The base game is a classic buy-a-pay setup, with awards rising with the credits bet, the maximum jackpot of 10,500 credits available with the 10-credit maximum bet.

What is novel about the game is the lineup of reel symbols—they are all numbers, zero through 10, with one double-zero. In a system the manufacturer is calling “Win What You See,” that is exactly what occurs. The player wins the amount shown on the reels. The top award is for lining up 10, 5 and 00.

To this is added two random “Respin” features. A zero on the middle reel flanked by two diamonds triggers “Zero Respins,” in which any losing spin that displays a zero will re-spin all active blank reels for a second chance at winning.

The other random bonus is “Red Respins,” in which a winning reel result will re-spin to award a larger prize.

The new Player Classic 26 cabinet features a 26-inch top LCD monitor over the stepper reels, with ergonomically designed player controls, LED front and back lighting and a premium three-way sound system. Cash Machine is a multi-denomination game; denominations range from quarter to $100.

Manufacturer: Everi Holdings
Platform: Player Classic 26
Format: Three-reel, single-line stepper slot
Denomination: Multi-denomination; .25, .50, 1.00, 5.00, 10.00, 25.00, 50.00, 100.00
Max Bet: 10
Top Award: $10,500
Hit Frequency: 44.25%
Theoretical Hold: 2%-12%

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