Bingo Pinballs

Created on 04-16-2014

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way2wyrd

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1 year, 2 months ago

Thats actually not a bad deal. The Gayety is very popular.
Plus you get the bowler.

Too bad ive bagged my limit of Bingos this year

Heres one from down south
sanantonio.craigslist.org link

--Jeff



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1 year, 2 months ago

$1000.00 for 5 machines is a great deal, until you find out your medical does not cover broken backs for you and your ex-friend who helped you. http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_lol.gif

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1 year, 2 months ago

Isn't there like 3 people on earth left who know how to repair those things? http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_wink.gifI'd love to have one, but I imagine keeping it running would be a nightmare.



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1 year, 2 months ago

A challenge to say the least or what will separate the men from the boys http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_wink.gif



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jkmboler

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1 year, 2 months ago

Not Bingo, but... with this one, you get a pin and a cig machine!

sanantonio.craigslist.org link



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Isn't there like 3 people on earth left who know how to repair those things?

Vic Camp is one of them. http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_wink.gif



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way2wyrd

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1 year, 2 months ago

That 59 Lotta Fun looks cool.

Steve and Dennis on here can fix them too

--Jeff



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Steve and Dennis on here can fix them too

Yes they can ,that makes three.



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1 year, 2 months ago

Are those things that fun?

I see them for sale all the time on the local CL and they seem to sit forever and don't really look all that interesting to me. Maybe I'm missing something I guess I need to play one.



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way2wyrd

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1 year, 2 months ago

I can tell you they are fun to fix. Havent gotten mine playing yet.....

--Jeff



JON

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Are those things that fun?
I see them for sale all the time on the local CL and they seem to sit forever and don't really look all that interesting to me. Maybe I'm missing something I guess I need to play one.

Well, imagine if you bought a slot machine and just played it for fun. It's sort of like that but with a bit more interactivity. They're much more interesting from a historical perspective.

Also, figuring out the rules and odds is kind of interesting. Some of them are ridiculously complex - I think way more complex than slot machines of that era.

Most will let you buy an extra ball, and often multiple extra balls. However, the EB is not guaranteed. You can "wager" a credit and there's a %chance you'll actually get it, and I think the %chance goes down with each additional extra ball you want to buy. A few times I had to spend as much as 20 credits to get an EB. So you're gambling on how many credits you'll have to waste to get the EB and whether it's worth it given your most likely payout (assuming you make the shot, of course).

The credits aren't like free games in modern games. I racked up 80 credits on a game recently. Then I used up 60 on the very next game.



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Pinball-Muggle

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For those that don't already know ... Bingos have a devise brought over from (and invented for) the one ball horse-race gambling pins called a “reflex” unit. Basically it’s a geared stepper. If you won 1 credit it would take 4/5 credits played off to bring the stepper back where it was (meaning when you won there were less contacts enabled through which you could be awarded things).
One of those “profit” deals you know.



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Pinball-Muggle

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1 year, 2 months ago

Oh btw - I've know Vic for years and he summed up bingo play better than anyone when he said "Normal pinball is checkers - Bingo pinball is Chess".
He's more of a player (well THE player - which you can tell if you read the last PGJ) than a repair guy.



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1 year, 2 months ago

My buddy picked a Bally bingo up a couple weeks ago and he said it's the most complicated thing he's ever worked on. I've helped him with a couple of the more complicated circuits since that is what I'm good at.

I'm going to try and have him pick one up for me.

I like fixing them as much if not more than playing them.

And saying that I am able to fix a bingo makes me feel like I can fix anything.

And hopefully help others fix ones in the process.



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MrBally

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1 year, 2 months ago

FYI, I can repair them as well. Only four in my collection though.



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rancegt

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1 year, 2 months ago

Anybody know someone in Chicago who can fix them?



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1 year, 1 month ago

Vic had my head spinning explaining the rules/odds on one of his bingo machines... I still get a headache thinking about it. Haha



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1 year, 1 month ago

. email sent ....

I call dibs on the "United - Starlet" first yhee skalliewags, --- back I say -- back,

If it's in good shape and if he'll break it out from the bundle and bring it the Allentown show,
this COULD be another one of those “spontaneous pinball acquisition metamorphosing” that just pop up sometimes like they do but doing it right here and it’s happening right now …. Ah-ho where the hell am I going to set it up. (yes I know - get it first – you’ll find a spot later) - lets see what occurs. I’ll post follow up,
Steve Smith
Richmond VA



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1 year, 1 month ago

I heard these things weigh like 600 or 800 lbs or something crazy!



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nick-the-greek

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They aren't anything like that heavy. All the weight is in the head. The later magic screen games are the heaviest as the back box is bigger on those to accommodate the extra mechanisms they have. Me and a mate carried a magic screen back box up a flight of stairs easily enough. I reckon it weighed about 250 lbs. The cabinet doesn't weigh a lot as there's very little in it.
I play my County Fair much more than my Gottlieb Cross Town & Ice Revue. A game can last much longer than a flipper game. It can often take 40 or 50 coins / replays to get the odds and features advanced to where they are wanted, then you shoot the balls, some drain to be re shot. When all five are in the holes, extra balls can be bought, if needed, and shot. An extra ball can cost anything between one and a hundred or more coins to get. A game might take 5 minutes or more. Clocking 600 replays might take a couple of minutes.
They are real addictive machines and if I could only have one game, it would be a Bally bingo without a doubt.



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1 year, 1 month ago

I see coinopwarehouse has a number of pins for sale today on Facebook
this Bingo caught my eye at $85

 



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1 year, 1 month ago

best site on bingo info:
http://bingo.cdyn.com/



http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/27/tinythumb/27a7cfe5713b3add8152d15c58c450d21c2581c6.jpgHELLODEADCITY said:

I see coinopwarehouse has a number of pins for sale today on Facebookthis Bingo caught my eye at $85

FYI, That's an operator modified Bally six coin, six card game made "legal" {wink, wink} for use in Ohio many years ago. Single coin games are not much fun. Get an unmodified game with a Bally or United name on the backglass.



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1 year, 1 month ago

I recently saw a truckload (approx 30) bingos go for $250. They all were not perfect but many were nice.



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1 year, 1 month ago

I see coinopwarehouse has a number of pins for sale today on Facebook
this Bingo caught my eye at $85

That's an altered Shoot-A-Line.I might be mistaken but I think it was the only 28 hole bingo.
Spent some time on one at the york show a few years ago.
Six card games underwhelm me.



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1 year, 1 month ago

it wasn't a Starlet - it's a Caravan - I'm not going to get it.
Caravan has some killer babes in the playfield.



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1 year, 1 month ago

Terrible photos, but here's Mystic Gate for $100 in Albuquerque. It looks like a project.

albuquerque.craigslist.org link



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8 months, 3 weeks ago

This was g.... at its best. http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_doh.gif

ebay.com link » Bingo Pinball Machines Smashed By Police 1957 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo



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way2wyrd

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8 months, 3 weeks ago

that just makes my stomach hurt to look at. All those pieces of art destroyed not to mention all the parts that i could probably use

--Jeff



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8 months, 2 weeks ago

Look to be in pretty good condition> Six Card Pinball bingo games, Dixieland, High Flyer, and Nashville - $450 (Benton, PA) > williamsport.craigslist.org link


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8 months, 2 weeks ago

WILLIAMS ROYAL CROWN BINGO / PINBALL MACHINE - $500 (BALLSTON SPA)
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http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/01/tinythumb/01290120887c3136cf433d8ffe1290b8d3690803.jpgway2wyrd said:

I looked at those. They just dont look like any fun

3 for $500.00 sounds like a good price for someone who does what them seeing they work, most likely not 100% though as the seller mentions that they are projects.

Ken



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MrBally

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7 months, 3 weeks ago

Those two are "no replay" bingos with a simple card theme. Put in a quarter to play and get a poker hand. Next player does the same. Best hand wins. Usually two players made side bets for beer or money as these were bar machines and usually legal.



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zarco

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7 months, 3 weeks ago

Humm....as usual a lot of misconceptions about bingos. They are, by far, the most
complex of the EM type pinball machines. However if you can fix an EM, you can fix a bingo.
It'll just take longer and a you'll need a MUCH better understanding of how they work.
Most folks won't appreciate a bingo until they've restored one. For more info, check out
Jeff Lawtons (sp?) book about Bally Bingos. Really well done.
Steve

http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/aa/tinythumb/aaf3883122edcf5efd84ab4df95c75b3dd6478f7.jpgzarco said:

Humm....as usual a lot of misconceptions about bingos. They are, by far, the most
complex of the EM type pinball machines. However if you can fix an EM, you can fix a bingo.
It'll just take longer and a you'll need a MUCH better understanding of how they work.

 

True.

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Most folks won't appreciate a bingo until they've restored one. For more info,

I have mixed feelings on Bingo machines. I am not a gambling man so this type of machine does nothing for me except for bringing back fond memories of seeing them in bars as a kid in the 60's and 70's with guys trying to get the big payoff from the bartender.

I appreciate them in a historical / memory lane way, but have no interest of ever restoring or owning one but give big kudos to the folks who do have an interest and want to save these machines as well as pinball.

Ken



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Most folks won't appreciate a bingo until they've restored one.

I'm real glad they don't, otherwise the prices would be much higher and they'd become unaffordable. The game play is far beyond a flipper machine.


http://s.pinside.com/img/no-avatar-tinythumb.jpgnick-the-greek said:

I'm real glad they don't, otherwise the prices would be much higher and they'd become unaffordable. The game play is far beyond a flipper machine.

Don Hooker is smiling from above as he read your post and also glanced down at the former Bingo plant site on Roscoe (AKA: Honorary Louis J. Nicastro Way).



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7 months, 3 weeks ago

Anyone know of a good video that explains typical game play? They don't seem that interesting, but then again there are some regular pins where the plunger shot and a nudge can make a huge difference in outcome of a game. I'm just not sure..



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There are a few on youtube, a couple with Jeffry Lawton explaining and playing them. Unfortunately, they are rather sterile and don't really give a real idea how involving they are to play. There is no description of the plunger skill shots required to get the ball on the right part of the playfield, no mention of the subtle nudges required to get a ball in the right hole. For instance, it is possible to shoot a ball , hoping to get it on the right side of the playfield as number 13 is needed. Unbelievably, it ends up on the other side (how is a mystery - these things often appear to have brains). It comes down between 1 & 2 and hits the post above the 9. With the right pushes at the right time, it is possible to bounce the ball off the top of every post in the line and pop it in the 13 off the 12 post. It is possible to swing a ball round the bottom half of a hole (the circumference is tapered) and get it in the next or even several holes away with the right movement of the game. Or bounce it off a post in to a hole above. Or swing it round a hole a couple of times and keep it out of where it would have gone if no action was taken. And all this without losing a good game to the tilt.These are just a couple of examples of the skills needed to play a bingo well. There are hundreds of different ways to get a ball in the hole needed, or keep it out. Then there are the decisions about how many games to use to get what odds / features are best to play with versus cost. Then the decision as to whether it's worth going for extra balls, another cost versus replays potentially won decision. All this depends on experience of what the game is likely to give. That depends on how many games have recently been won or how many coins / replays have been used. The game changes the ease or difficulty of winning odds / features / extra balls depending on how it's recently performed. To build a game up, coins or replays are used to cycle the game. With every cycle, an advance of features or odds may be given or nothing at all may be the result.The first three steps of the odds are more or less guaranteed, after that, it depends on other things. It's harder to up the odds the more features are won, and vice versa. It's harder to win extra balls depending on the odds / features level on the game being played. It's harder to win the second extra ball than the first and much harder to get the third. But if you've a chance of winning 600 replays, and you think the number needed to complete the line is easy to get, how far do you go? A flipper game might last a couple of minutes, a bingo might go 5 or more. And playing one well requires nudging skills far beyond that required to play a flipper well. Everybody should play some games on a bingo, they really don't know what they are missing.
Anyone who is interested in how these games function should visit here and read through 'how they work'. It's a real eye opener.
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I see these games come up on CL occasionally here, and after reading this thread they have my interest. A guy here wants $1000 for a Bally Hawaii game that he says is in near mint condition with everything working. According to seller it is one of the most feature rich bingo games ever made. Have any of you bingo experts ever played it?

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Nick, you have described the bingo experience perfectly. I wish I had your way with words. I suspect that, like me, you may not be a fan of 20 hole bingos like Hawaii. The original 25 holers, and particularly Magic Screen games, are the way to go. Perhaps you could explain to alb0711 why 1000 bucks is way overpriced for a Hawaii. At least here in the Midwest. I know that there are pockets of the U.S. where folks grew up playing only 20 holers and prefer them. I understand that. But a 20 hole bingo, even one like Hawaii with many features, is only worth a few hundred bucks. For 1000 bucks you can buy a much better 25 holer. And possibly 2 or 3 of them.



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I also think $1000 is a lot, didn't know there were 20 hole and 25 hole versions.

I wonder if these machines were more prevelant in certain cities then others? I remember seeing them as a kid, but could never figure them out so always went for the pinball machines instead.

I'm going to be patient and wait for something reasonably priced to come up here in Denver.



http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/1b/tinythumb/1ba0907741c7bd95497d6b47c55605cc195e49b9.jpgalb0711 said:

I remember seeing them as a kid, but could never figure them out so always went for the pinball machines instead.

Some bars only had Bingo's which made for a boring time for a kid (me) waiting for the folks to finish their cocktails.

Ken



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I suspect that, like me, you may not be a fan of 20 hole bingos like Hawaii.

I'd have a 20 hole but only alongside a couple of earlier games. I don't think they have the classic artwork of earlier magic squares and magic screen games. I don't know what they make over there. A Follies Begeres in what looked like nice condition but needing some work sold for £330 here last week. It actually had quite nice back glass artwork and, had I room for it, I would have bid. I think the main problem with them is they are much harder to win on due to the screen design. To make any line, you have to make a colored star number and two, three or four others in that color section, not easy to do. However, they can pay out massive replay numbers. Definitely, one of the later magic squares games or a magic screens are the nicest to look at and give the best play experience, in my opinion. A game with wood rails and wooden legs is my personal favorite.
I guess, like EM flippers, it depends what you played in your youth that determines what is desirable in later life. I much prefer 50s and 60s games to 70s.



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I recently found about 10 EM bingos and one SS bingo. I never knew they made a SS bingo. I have repaired EM Bingos in the past but would pass on doing it again.


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7 months, 2 weeks ago

I know a guy with 2 Mystic Gate NIB back glasses for sale if anyone is looking.

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This one is Huge! baltimore.craigslist.org link

That one is modified and has a Bally slot machine hopper to pay out automatically. No bartender/attendant necessary. For Amusement Only. Wink-wink.



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7 months, 1 week ago

1948 bally bingo pinball - $125 Like the cabinet artwork. http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_impressed.gif
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7 months, 1 week ago

Oooh horse race game. Love it

-Jeff


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Oooh horse race game. Love it

Here's another one local to me.

boise.craigslist.org link

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This is really cool. Thanks for all the input guys. I've seen several of these, but never had any idea how these works. Now of course I'm dying to try one. Wish I knew someone or somewhere locally that has one.


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Here's another one local to me.
boise.craigslist.org linkKen

here is this game... more complete. Love the way it looks!

cincinnati.craigslist.org link



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I'm kicking myself, picked up a 1971 playball this weekend, had to promise the wife I'd sell something before I buy anything else - then this Bingo came up here on Monday. Looks to be in good shape and priced right.

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I'm kicking myself, picked up a 1971 playball this weekend, had to promise the wife I'd sell something before I buy anything else - then this Bingo came up here on Monday. Looks to be in good shape and priced right.
denver.craigslist.org link

Fun game. Not rare as advertised. This game has the popular "Magic Lines" feature. The first three vertical numbered lines on the bingo card on the backglass are able to move either up or down by turning one of the three knobs on the left side of the front rail. This feature was used on a few other Bally bingos. In the ad, the phrase "All bumpers work" is strange. There are no working bumpers on the playfield. Just posts and holes. The price is fair if it is in good working condition. Maybe a little high. It's hard to tell the condition of the game with the fuzzy photos but the backglass and playfield look to be in good condition. The front of the cabinet looks a little ratty but that is common.



http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/47/tinythumb/47a7df56754b640711fb27caac07c5deae4c81b9.jpgEM-PINMAN said:

Here's another one local to me.
boise.craigslist.org linkKen

Grandstand is the payout version of Turf King. Beware. I see a lot of missing parts on this game. Maybe the guy just did not photograph them. The front door is missing. It contains all of the necessary payout parts. The slide out board section of the game is missing from the cabinet. This contains 90% of the mechanical parts of the game. If any of this stuff is missing, you will have nothing but a good boat anchor!



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Fun game. Not rare as advertised. This game has the popular "Magic Lines" feature. The first three vertical numbered lines on the bingo card on the backglass are able to move either up or down by turning one of the three knobs on the left side of the front rail. This feature was used on a few other Bally bingos. In the ad, the phrase "All bumpers work" is strange. There are no working bumpers on the playfield. Just posts and holes. The price is fair if it is in good working condition. Maybe a little high. It's hard to tell the condition of the game with the fuzzy photos but the backglass and playfield look to be in good condition. The front of the cabinet looks a little ratty but that is common.

It is a 'Big time' @ 1954. If it works, it is well worth the price..........IMO.
BTW.......... all 5 vertical lines move, not 3 as stated above. It is the only one in that era with 5 movable Lines, the others have 3.



http://s.pinside.com/img/no-avatar-tinythumb.jpgDennisDodel said:

Fun game. Not rare as advertised. This game has the popular "Magic Lines" feature. The first three vertical numbered lines on the bingo card on the backglass are able to move either up or down by turning one of the three knobs on the left side of the front rail. This feature was used on a few other Bally bingos. In the ad, the phrase "All bumpers work" is strange. There are no working bumpers on the playfield. Just posts and holes. The price is fair if it is in good working condition. Maybe a little high. It's hard to tell the condition of the game with the fuzzy photos but the backglass and playfield look to be in good condition. The front of the cabinet looks a little ratty but that is common.

The "all bumpers work" comment is strange, might mean only GI works - I've seen similar "wotking" comments with pinball machines that wouldn't really start.

Hmmmm.... maybe a good thing I can't buy another machine until I get rid of one. ;->



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how do these things "work"? i've seen them, but i've never quite figured out what to do... someone got linkage to educate me? http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_smile.gif



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It is a 'Big time' @ 1954. If it works, it is well worth the price..........IMO.
BTW.......... all 5 vertical lines move, not 3 as stated above. It is the only one in that era with 5 movable Lines, the others have 3.

You are correct. 5 Magic Lines. Today is my 61st birthday and I lose a few more brain cells every year!



http://s.pinside.com/img/no-avatar-tinythumb.jpgDennisDodel said:

You are correct. 5 Magic Lines. Today is my 61st birthday and I lose a few more brain cells every year!

No problem....... I know what you mean. This is the only 'Bingo' thread I see, so I thought I would comment..............LOL.
I bought a 'Big Time' last month, so I know a little about it .
*** HAPPY BIRTHDAY ***

 

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how do these things "work"? i've seen them, but i've never quite figured out what to do... someone got linkage to educate me?

Ok..... maybe this will help...........
* In the 2 video he wonders why 'magic line 4' doesn't work . Line 4 & 5 must be Lit for the lines to move. If you look at the backglass.... only 1-3 is Lit. The 'magic lines ' are features, you have to pay to get them...... LOL.
Enjoy
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Happy Birthday Dennis.

Thanks again for the NOS Cypress Gardens cards!!!

--Jeff


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Happy Birthday Dennis.
Thanks again for the NOS Cypress Gardens cards!!!
--Jeff

Jeff,
Did you get your Cypress Gardens' up & running ?
I thought about a 'CG', but I'm looking for a 'Night Club', the second version in that series.



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Its getting there. Motors have been rebuilt. Working switches now.

Such a cool machine



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Happy Birthday Dennis.
Thanks again for the NOS Cypress Gardens cards!!!
--Jeff

Thanks guys! And thanks to my brothers Keith and Eric for picking up the tab for getting me drunk tonight!



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Its getting there. Motors have been rebuilt. Working switches now.
Such a cool machine

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They still make bingos. They make them in China and it appears they're mainly sold to central and south america.

I contacted a distributor and learned they cost about $500 each, and shipping was around $550.

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I just picked up these two Bingos, but I am really hitting a wall when it comes to figuring out what they are. Can someone give me some idea what they are converted versions of and why it was done?

http://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/fsft-bally-bingo-machines-in-central-pa-by-york-show


http://s.pinside.com/img/no-avatar-tinythumb.jpgmg81 said:

I just picked up these two Bingos, but I am really hitting a wall when it comes to figuring out what they are. Can someone give me some idea what they are converted versions of and why it was done?
http://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/fsft-bally-bingo-machines-in-central-pa-by-york-show

The playfield in the first photo is a Barrel O' Fun '62. The second photo is a Barrel O' Fun from 1960. Operators changed the backglass if the game was illegal to operate in their area. Some police departments had a list of banned games.



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I just picked up these two Bingos, but I am really hitting a wall when it comes to figuring out what they are. Can someone give me some idea what they are converted versions of and why it was done?
http://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/fsft-bally-bingo-machines-in-central-pa-by-york-show

A little bit more here............... some were also changed to 'single-coin' machines to take the 'gambling aspect' out of the play. They mention that at the bottom of the article in reference to Ohio.
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Bally did make a few six card machines, Ohio dime games, to get over gambling laws there. They weren't allowed to have a replay meter or any method of chance. So no extra coins which might or might not give extra features, odds or balls. They're mentioned in Jeffrey Lawton's book. Some gave fixed numbers of points for lines. You just bought extra cards for coins. I can't imagine they were much fun to play.


http://s.pinside.com/img/no-avatar-tinythumb.jpgnick-the-greek said:

Bally did make a few six card machines, Ohio dime games, to get over gambling laws there. They weren't allowed to have a replay meter or any method of chance. So no extra coins which might or might not give extra features, odds or balls. They're mentioned in Jeffrey Lawton's book. Some gave fixed numbers of points for lines. You just bought extra cards for coins. I can't imagine they were much fun to play.

Hey Nick,
If you were a 'Bingo addict'.......... I would think they were better than nothing !



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Yes mate, they sure would be. But still a bit like having to drink your own urine in a desert. I think that's why they were made, to give the Ohio bingo nutters a chance to have a play. Shame the boring politicians couldn't let e'm have a proper game.



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A little bit more here............... some were also changed to 'single-coin' machines to take the 'gambling aspect' out of the play. They mention that at the bottom of the article in reference to Ohio.

Interesting read. Ive never played a 6 card. You dont see many bingo at all down here in TX

--Jeff


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Interesting read. Ive never played a 6 card. You dont see many bingo at all down here in TX
--Jeff

That is because you Guys are either Hunting, Fishing, or at a Football game.........LOL.



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That is because you Guys are either Hunting, Fishing, or at a Football game.........LOL.

Or they have Pinball. http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_biggrin.gif


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Dennis,

Thank you for giving me the ID for the bingos. It makes sense that they were trying to hide the name of the game if inspectors were walking around with a list of banned ones.

Was this common? Would the trade out the guts of the game in anyway or was it visual only? The cabinet on the one game is clearly different (the one that has the backbox as the rear leg as well, what is that from?).

The other cabinet looks like someone clad the outside in some sort for thin wood paneling to "clean it up".

Would they just salvage the playfields out of old bingos to put into "legal" bingos that had single coin mechanisms?

Thanks for all of the help with these machines, I really feel in the dark with them.


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Found some great deals for you Bingo Fans.

$100 per. Take your pick.

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In all seriousness, what are these worth per as a project? I am curious.


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Found some great deals for you Bingo Fans.
$100 per. Take your pick.
indianapolis.craigslist.org linkFinders fee now accepted in karma
In all seriousness, what are these worth per as a project? I am curious.

Bingos tend to go for very little. $50 - 200 is typical. I have been offered a few for free.



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Vic had my head spinning explaining the rules/odds on one of his bingo machines... I still get a headache thinking about it. Haha

I received the same education ... and loved every second of it. Vic is an outstanding guy that's so passionate about pinball. I've wanted a bingo ever since going to his house a couple of years ago. Happy to live nearby him and the awesome New York/New Jersey pin region.



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Bingos tend to go for very little. $50 - 200 is typical. I have been offered a few for free.

Funny Jonnyo, we live thousands of miles away from each other, but in the same town.

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I received the same education ... and loved every second of it. Vic is an outstanding guy that's so passionate about pinball. I've wanted a bingo ever since going to his house a couple of years ago. Happy to live nearby him and the awesome New York/New Jersey pin region.

I was just back at Vic's tonight... Always a good time. http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_smile.gif



http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/b0/tinythumb/b07cfaf66aa9ec3da3d54d03f3248b94a0fe90d0.jpgjonnyo said:

Bingos tend to go for very little. $50 - 200 is typical. I have been offered a few for free.

The next time you are offered a Real Bingo for FREE.............let me know! http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_cowboy.gif
Most of the Backglass on Bingos average $200. ............ http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_rolleyes.gif



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I was just back at Vic's tonight... Always a good time.

Nice. Couldn't make it this time. EMs are really challenging, and Vic are all CQ beauties.



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4 months, 2 weeks ago

I wish that game was closer...I just picked up a beauty of a Bally SILVER SAILS here in NJ. I'll post some pictures soon.Meanwhile check out some videos of my gamerooms. Bally bingos are there.
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» YouTube videohttp://img.youtube.com/vi/z9fxEQ08u5w/0.jpg

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Bally Miss America Parts machine real cheapstlouis.craigslist.org link

OOOOOOOOOH.................... the replacement motors alone are worth $40........ http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_wall.gif



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Isn't there like 3 people on earth left who know how to repair those things? I'd love to have one, but I imagine keeping it running would be a nightmare.

No, easy. They are built like brick shithouse. clean and some lube, about it. No different the EMs. Schematic helps.



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Bally SILVER SAILS

Need the flyer? http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_razz.gifhttp://pinball-gallery.com/images/grandes/2167-1.jpg



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mg81

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4 months ago

I had someone contact me about a Bally Yacht club they want to sell. It looks like an interesting Bingo machine, I have not seen one with the overlapping cards feature.

They tell me the backglass is 95% and looks great and the cabinet looks good except for where someone pried the front door open. It worked 100% a few ago when he last played it but now the slide the that holds the balls in the holes keeps cycling open and closed so a game won't start.

Anyone care to give me a recommendation of what a fair price range would be?

Also if you are interested send me a PM and I would be just as happy to pass along the guys contact info to someone who really wants it. The game is in central PA.



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Vic_Camp

Pinball addict
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4 months ago

Here are some pictures of Silver Sails i recently added to my collection.This machine is in the top five most sought after bingo's and is a great player for sure.
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Pinball addict
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4 months ago

Bally made Golden Gate and Silvers Sails close in date when they manufactured them.I know of other SS that share the GG playfield and have seen many mixed and match cabinets and backglasses too. I guess Bally used what they had in stock when they made the run of these two machines. Sooner or later i'll find a SS playfield and drop it in my game. The two games are perfect twins and all parts fix in each others games.

Here's another Bally bingo i hunted and caught,but sold because i found a near mint Gay Time to take its place.. This all original Gayety is sensational condition!
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nick-the-greek

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4 months ago

That Gayety is a superb example of a beautiful old bingo.



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DennisDodel

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221,6002

Location unknown.

4 months ago

Nice Gayety Vic. I have seen more Gayety's than any other bingo. Very popular and fun game. I agree with your assessment of the Golden Gate-Silver Sails mismatched playfields. I have seen too many of these arrangements for it not to have been done at the factory. I have an extra Silver Sails playfield if you want to make yours correct. E-mail me at pinbase@charter.net if interested.



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4 months ago

Like the Silver Sails



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4 months ago

Silver sails for sale. Lincoln, Nebraska
Mr. Pinball Classifieds: Posted: 9 December 2013
Silver Sails (bingo), 1961 Bally: $795.
Machine is working, cabinet has a new playfield glass with original paint, backglass is excellent plus, pics available to serious buyers.



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4 months ago

Silver Sails

Backglasses history of making a repro >>> http://www.coos.net/bingo_e/Backglasses.html



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Vic_Camp

Pinball addict
668,0502

3 months, 4 weeks ago

I bought ten of these Miss Bowling Turbo's back off an operator in Newark NJ. Kevin from Classic Pinball gave me the lead when i use to hang out at his store in Clifton over 10 years ago.
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DennisDodel

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3 months, 4 weeks ago

Any problems with the solid state bingo Vic? I've always wondered how they hold up. I assume there is some sort of Reflex Unit built in. How does it compare to its EM counterpart?



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JKnPA

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3 months, 4 weeks ago

Vic,
Very Nice......... thanks for sharing the photos.
Just curious....... what is your electric bill each month ?
I assume you own PPL stock..... LOL.



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3 months, 4 weeks ago

Since Vic is keeping the 'Only Bingo' topic going, I thought I would add some photos of my last two Bingos I just purchased.
Atlantic City ...... 1952 & Beach Time......1958
* Had trouble loading photos, if they are messed up.........UGH !
http://forum-s3.pinside.com/201312/1319486/167137-i.jpg******************Atlantic City ( 1952)***************************
*************** Beach Time ( 1958 ) **************************



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way2wyrd

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3 months, 4 weeks ago

The bowling one looks really cool.

I tend to prefer the look of the old 50s wood rail better tho.

--Jeff



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3 months, 4 weeks ago

Second try........ took forever for this second photo to load. Beach Time @ 1958.
Photobucket changed things and made things worse for me...... FWIW .
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Vic_Camp

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3 months, 4 weeks ago

These electronic bingo are wonderful to the serious bingo player. Once you fix all the problems they operate perfect.
They are very quite bingos and won't wake up the kids when you play them late at night. Tons of features the EM bingo's couldn't incorporate in their bingos,which makes for an interesting player.

I have a beautiful 6 card electronic called NEW CONTINENTAL GOLDEN that was part of the ten Miss Bowling Turbo i got in the package deal.This 6 card game a serious bingo player can lose thousands of dollars playing it in a few hours. It has a multiplier which a player can increase to 15 times the amount when they coin up at the start of the game and can be reward big hits or replays in the thousands.

A player can also buy 5 extra balls which calculates how many coins you need to buy the extra ball. Bally's last EM 6 card game called Dixieland can't compete when it comes to features and large payouts.I have pictures of the NCG if anyone interested i can post.

These are real nice cabinets that can blend in nice in any room around the house.Check out pic's.
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JKnPA

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3 months, 4 weeks ago

Vic,
I had problems with BOTH 'Photobucket' and this website. I used this website before and it worked ( Manual load & Drag method), but it was a problem today.
I assumed it was my computer, but maybe it isn't !



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3 months, 4 weeks ago

test..
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Pinball addict
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3 months, 3 weeks ago

 

Bought this outstanding original condition Bally Gay Time in PA and have it for about 7 years now. Fit perfect in the truck too
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HELLODEADCITY

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3 months, 3 weeks ago

Some amazing artwork on the PF's of these Bingo games



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JKnPA

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3 months, 3 weeks ago

WOW...................****************** It's a Beauty******************



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Vic_Camp

Pinball addict
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3 months, 3 weeks ago

Here's another beautiful all original condition Bally Variety bingo i had in my collection for over 5 years. It now stand proudly in Joe Newhart's amazing collection in his PA home. Sometimes you have to let go of these excellent condition games and share them with others who will treasure them.

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3 months, 1 week ago

Bally Silver Sails Bingo Pinball Machine 1962 - $2600
smd.craigslist.org link

Now who do i know has one of these? http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_thinking.gif



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Vic_Camp

Pinball addict
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3 months ago

Here's a Dude Ranch i found in the basement of a dollar store few blocks from my house about 15 years ago.
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jrpinball

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3 months ago

$200 Bally "Yacht Club" just came up on eBay. Located in W. Massachusetts. Bingo dudes (read Vic Camp), please weigh in. Is this a good player? I passed one up at the York show several years ago. Jimmy Rosen of "Old Sled Works" had it for sale. It was down to something like $40. Bob B from PA (bingo collector) snagged it. I believe he did restore it and had it for sale for wicked coin. I kinda regret not grabbing it. Love it for the artwork alone. It looks pretty unique with that wide bingo card. So let's hear it, is it worth it?



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JKnPA

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3 months ago

YES.............. If you like this particular type of Bingo. The cabinet and Backglass are in decent condition.
Since it is not working ( which could mean few or many problems ), I wouldn't pay more than $400.



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I will be joining the bingo club one of these days. Cut my teeth on a couple of EM pin restorations & have gotten over the initial learning curve. Ready to graduate to a bingo once I find an inexpensive (& unmolested) project.



http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/3f/tinythumb/3f685e8442247702d4770bccbbc4b4981b901800.jpgjrpinball said:

$200 Bally "Yacht Club" just came up on eBay. Located in W. Massachusetts. Bingo dudes (read Vic Camp), please weigh in. Is this a good player? I passed one up at the York show several years ago. Jimmy Rosen of "Old Sled Works" had it for sale. It was down to something like $40. Bob B from PA (bingo collector) snagged it. I believe he did restore it and had it for sale for wicked coin. I kinda regret not grabbing it. Love it for the artwork alone. It looks pretty unique with that wide bingo card. So let's hear it, is it worth it?

Yacht Club is a great player like most of the early 1950's nickel Bally bingo games manufactured. It's loaded with features that will keep a serious bingo player interested in gambling their cash away at a try for a "big hit" payout. The artwork and wood rails throughout the game are beautiful to view and the coloring is so attractive to the eye.How could anyone not want one for $40. I wish one would come my way.



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These two should have had a heart attacks after this, http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_eek.gifand if not a couple of good injury producing misses. http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_twisted.gif
ebay.com link » Bingo Pinballs Slot Machines Destroyed Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo


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These two should have had a heart attacks after this, and if not a couple of good injury producing misses. ebay.com link » Bingo Pinballs Slot Machines Destroyed Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

But, But, But..... That one still has a sign hanging from it "For Amusement Only!"



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And now we have 'State run Lotteries'...............
@ for Amusement only...............LOL.



http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/92/tinythumb/92aa7823b3d5b8509cb968240fdbaa277cb46336.jpgVic_Camp said:

Bought this outstanding original condition Bally Gay Time in PA and have it for about 7 years now. Fit perfect in the truck too

Can you tell me if the spring material is still available for purchase, as seen in the third and fourth pictures of the post by Vic_Camp? It looks like it was used for the ball to hit and bounce off of.

Thanks.


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"Night Club" is a great playing bingo with the turning corners feature. Vic Camp had one in his collection at one time. I helped him deliver it to the lucky buyer when he sold it. Vic is more or less a 6 card guy, but he's had a variety of different bingo games over the years. Yes, he had a "Variety" too; but sold it to Joe N in PA.


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Night Club is a great player like most other early 1950's woodrail bingo pinball machines. Turning the moving corner numbers (16 numbers in total) makes a player get a crack at beating the game for replays an easy task. Quadruple scoring makes for some big payout to when in line "hits" are completed. The "Bally Hole" which is number 16 on the playfield when lit will award an extra ball to a player.

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http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/92/tinythumb/92aa7823b3d5b8509cb968240fdbaa277cb46336.jpgVic_Camp said:

test..

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Oh my god, that thing is COMICALLY HUGE.. I had no idea some of these bingos were that massive...jesus christ it's like there's a second pinball machine on the backbox...



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Yes, and virtually everything is inside the head, it's rammed full. The cabinet is nearly empty. That's why the head of a bingo, especially the magic screen bingos, with the larger head, are so heavy.



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Night Club is a great player like most other early 1950's woodrail bingo pinball machines. Turning the moving corner numbers (16 numbers in total) makes a player get a crack at beating the game for replays an easy task. Quadruple scoring makes for some big payout to when in line "hits" are completed. The "Bally Hole" which is number 16 on the playfield when lit will award an extra ball to a player.
Yes............. It is very Nice when you can get ABC + Triple Yellow or Red, then get 5 in a Line.
All with No Extra Balls..............



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We forgot to mention the number 2 and 18 spot feature and four corners features. This early 50's woodrail is packed with plenty to do for any bingo player and the artwork is nice.



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And after 5th ball, makes all the difference. Was this the first bingo to have it?



http://s.pinside.com/img/no-avatar-tinythumb.jpgnick-the-greek said:

And after 5th ball, makes all the difference. Was this the first bingo to have it?

Yes it was.

In Oct of 1955 Bally introduced the first Magic Squares game called Broadway. This game had the before 5th ball feature.



http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/92/tinythumb/92aa7823b3d5b8509cb968240fdbaa277cb46336.jpgVic_Camp said:

In Oct of 1955 Bally introduced the first Magic Squares game called Broadway.

My grandfather had once owned it but for some reason the backglass where the numbers showed through were painted over in green,I still have the glass and only the glass. http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_sad.gif
Maybe he had a run in with the gambling police. http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_whistle.gif



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2 months, 3 weeks ago

Here is the picture.

http://forum-s3.pinside.com/201401/1392046/179505.jpg



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2 months, 3 weeks ago

And another w/o the flash.

http://forum-s3.pinside.com/201401/1392049/179506.jpg



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2 months, 3 weeks ago

This is what it should look like...........
WoW............ This is really Weird what they did to your Bingo !

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2 months, 3 weeks ago

The green paint is on the outside,so it can be removed w/o damage, gambling was so taboo back then. http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_eek.gif



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It looks like they killed the high payout features



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...jesus christ

is LORD! Don't use his name in vain. That would be commandment #2.
“You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God, for the Lord will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses his name.
Just sayin'.



http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/01/tinythumb/01290120887c3136cf433d8ffe1290b8d3690803.jpgway2wyrd said:

t looks like they killed the high payout features

Yes,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, plus a lot more!
Why the numbers ?
When do we see your Cypress Gardens in action ?



http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/92/tinythumb/92aa7823b3d5b8509cb968240fdbaa277cb46336.jpgVic_Camp said:

Yes it was.
In Oct of 1955 Bally introduced the first Magic Squares game called Broadway. This game had the before 5th ball feature.

Yes, but with before 5th ball, you could not score any line until the magic squares were locked. If you had 2 possible winning lines, you could only score one.
After 5th ball allowed scoring after 4th ball was shot and the squares could still be moved until after 5th, meaning multiple lines could score. The squares could also be set for the best option before extra balls were tried for.
I think it made a massive difference to the games.



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2 months, 3 weeks ago

Here is a Sirmo "Louisiana" in Pittsburgh CL that the guy is asking $75 for it. Man check out that cabinet!!!
pittsburgh.craigslist.org linkPost edited by meSz : Added link



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Man check out that cabinet!!!

Looks like fine furniture. http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_surprised.gif



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Here are some cheap bingos for anyone interested...in Europe. http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_sad.gif

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What a waste. Those would be good for parts if nothing else. Where is it?


http://s.pinside.com/img/no-avatar-tinythumb.jpgnick-the-greek said:

What a waste. Those would be good for parts if nothing else. Where is it?

Not 100% sure; but the guy that has the picture is from Belgium.



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Here is a Sirmo "Louisiana" in Pittsburgh CL that the guy is asking $75 for it. Man check out that cabinet!!!
pittsburgh.craigslist.org link
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I have a New Continental Golden 6 card Bingo Pinball Machine produced by G.A.A. in Belgium.

Last Thursday night i open up my collection to some seasoned bingo pinball players from Newark NJ that i use to play with back in the 1960's and 70's. One guy who was my partener playing bingos back then hit my New Continental Golden for 45,000 replays.

Yes...45,00 replays in one game. It sent a code stating on the display that read CALL TECH. I remember i programmed the NCG to send this message anytime a player hit the game for more then 25,00 replays.

You can really gamble on these electronic bingos and win or lose a lot of cash in a short time period.
Great machines if you can get them to work. For 75.00 i would be all over that game.


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Just wanted to mention a Score I had yesterday for the 'Bingo Guys' here.......
5 in a Line @ 150 with only 4 balls. I don't think I will ever top that.
# 25 was spotted & #21 wasn't needed. I pulled the shooter and just stepped away from the machine!
* I also found out the Score reel stops at 699..........FWIW.
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Score reels stop at anything between 699 and 899 on a lot of them. I thought my County Fair had a fault when it stopped at 899. Then I found Sun Valley does the same.I asked around and it seems it is normal.



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Here is a Bally Night Club backglass i got with a game i bought some years ago. I have the whole game in storage too.
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http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/c3/tinythumb/c36a7d73068bce2cd45f4c461ed2048b8b87c5b6.jpgschudel5 said:

Not 100% sure; but the guy that has the picture is from Belgium.

From Belgium...Isn't that wierd?


http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/3a/tinythumb/3a5fcaddaf4e0dba5e7c909e101e34f8298f4af5.jpgPin-it said:

Bally Silver Sails Bingo Pinball Machine 1962 - $2600
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UGH.............. Never Happen @ $2600
The Backcase is from a 'Golden Gate' & the playfield cabinet is ???
The Front is ???



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2 months, 1 week ago

Bally ^^Frankenstein bingo. http://pinside.com/js/smilies/icon_lol.gif



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This day was a good Bingo Hunting day..
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http://img-s.pinside.com/avatar/92/tinythumb/92aa7823b3d5b8509cb968240fdbaa277cb46336.jpgVic_Camp said:

This day was a good Bingo Hunting day..

Wow - that's quite a catch!



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2 months, 1 week ago

Oh Man tell us more about it
looks pretty Epic



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2 months, 1 week ago

Where are all those bad boys located?



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