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Bob in Phx


From: "Bob in Phx" <>

Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2010 22:22:04 -0700

Local: Fri, Sep 10 2010 10:22 pm

Subject: Re: Which Bingo do you like to play and Why?


I had a keeny payout, a long time ago. it was a convertible one ball to 5
ball horse race game. and it paid out in nickels!!!!!!!! no silly credits at


I am sorry I sold it!!!! but the spot lite I have now is a keeper!!!! is a
simple machine, but a lot of fun.



Thxs for writing in Bob _ Spot Lite was the first “Pick-a-Play” game and a great bingo!


I am an Early-Bally fan too and you hit it right-on-the-head _ Most of these bingos are Simple & Fun.





……I really like the layout of the Odds Advance on Spot Lite and how the Extra Balls were progressive with the running-arrows……





















~ Which bingo do you like and Why? ~



















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